Last week, Wrath of the Lich King Classic Phase 2 began, bringing with it pre-nerf Ulduar, Titan Rune dungeons, and the Argent Tournament grounds in Icecrown.
The Wrath of the Lich King Classic Phase 2 is now in full swing, which means all of the content is now irrelevant and the anticipation of Wrath Classic Phase 3 can begin! Okay, that first part is a joke (mostly), as Phase 2 contains Titan Rune Dungeons, the Ulduar raid, and Argent Tournament Grounds, giving players quite few activities to complete along with new achievements, gear, and other rewards to earn.
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.
Wrath Classic's second of five phases --launching today, January 17 -- is expected to bring content originally delivered in patch 3.1, including the Ulduar raid and the Argent Tournament Grounds, as well as Season 6 of PVP.
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.
Could a Wrath Classic gear ilevel squish in Trial of the Crusader and Icecrown Citadel keep Ulduar relevant longer?
If you raided during Wrath of the Lich King, you almost certainly remember Ulduar, which to this day is considered one of the best raids WoW ever had, so you may be surprised that the Wrath of the Lich King Classic team is considering making changes to Ulduar as well as the raids that followed it. WoW Classic game producer Aggrend got on the forums to explain exactly what they're debating doing to Ulduar, Trial of the Crusader, and Icecrown Citadel in Wrath Classic.
Getting into things often involves doors.
The folks over at Wowhead have found a neat new wrinkle in Operation: Mechagon, the new megadungeon coming in patch 8.2, and it's fascinating.
There are currently 39 raids in World of Warcraft with an end boss.
Ah, Tuesday -- that lovely day where everything in the game resets and that one rare you've been hunting for years is alive for exactly 5 minutes before someone other than you gets it -- looking at you Time-Lost Proto Drake.