With WoW Classic on the way, we’re thinking back on what we miss (and what we don’t miss) from vanilla
There's a lot of nostalgia for World of Warcraft as it once was.
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If you don't remember Thousand Needles before the flood, it's time for a nostalgic trip back to the zone as it was the game's early days.
I have to admit now, if I do play WoW Classic a lot, I know that I'm looking forward to running some dungeons like Stratholme and Dire Maul, but I'm not looking forward to others, like Sunken Temple and Sunken Temple.
If you're interested in WoW Classic you may be wondering what the game was about in those days.
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Blizzard sets up forums specifically to help you find your friends from vanilla WoW so you can play WoW Classic together
Part of the allure and nostalgia from original WoW were the connections players made as they were navigating the game for the first time.
The WoW Classic beta will come to a close on July 12th, about a month away from its worldwide release.
Anyone who is currently subscribed to WoW will have the opportunity to play the WoW Classic beta during the upcoming stress test.