One of the World of Warcraft team's efforts during Dragonflight's patches has been bringing back old and previously unobtainable transmog appearances and crafting recipes.
Like WoW Classic and Burning Crusade Classic before it, Wrath of the Lich King Classic starts at a late patch (3.3.5) in terms of balance and class changes, but game content will roll out over the course of five phases, as well as a prepatch interval I’m terming “phase zero.” It mimics the original game release to an extent, but there will be some items whose availability will be unlocked as well over the course of the phases.
With Wrath Classic finally here and players doing their best to get to level 70, knowing where to find Northrend's dungeons is a priority for leveling — and for gearing up after you've hit max level.
Folks who played at the beginning of Wrath of the Lich King definitely experienced Naxxramas, the expansion's first tier of raiding.
I remember the first time my 40 player raid stepped into Naxxramas, the final raid of World of Warcraft's original game.
Blizzard loves pop culture references, whether it's a character quoting a line from a movie, a song title as the name of a quest, or a character name as a play on obvious real name.
Look, there's no gentle way to say this -- Naxxramas was cleared in WoW Classic in like an hour and a half. An hour and a half.
The endgame culture around World of Warcraft has changed over the course of 15 years.
Fifteen years of World of Warcraft -- somehow it doesn't seem possible.
It's finally happened -- you've hit level 60 in World of Warcraft Classic and have decided you want to raid.