Can you make changes in order to not change something?
Wrath of the Lich King Classic is coming fast, and Blizzard knows people are already trying to get characters to max level on current Burning Crusade Classic servers in order to be ready the first day.
If you've been waiting for Wrath of the Lich King before starting your World of Warcraft Classic experience, or if it's been months since you've last logged in and want to level a new character at the start of Wrath Classic then we have good news.
The forthcoming arrival of Wrath of the Lich King Classic means another chance for WoW Classic players to acquire new equipment, and as Uncle Ben once said, “with new gear comes new enchants.” But just what enchants are available — and what should you load up with before you head into dungeons and raids?
Wrath of the Lich King Classic continues the the Jewelcrafting profession introduced in Burning Crusade Classic, retaining all of the mechanics for gem slots.
Should there be a Cataclysm Classic?
Frostmourne hungers — but when? Here’s what you’ll find in Wrath of the Lich King Classic’s five content phases
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.
In the wake of the announcements of Dragonflight and Wrath of the Lich King Classic, we learned that like Burning Crusade Classic, Wrath Classic will run on its final patch -- patch 3.3.5.
Wrath Classic will incorporate customizations which used to cost real money in the Barber Shop for gold
For its time, the ability to change your hairstyle and other features via the Barber Shop added in Wrath of the Lich King was a pretty big deal.
Burning Crusade Classic servers will become Wrath Classic when it launches, but BCC might return in a new Season of Mastery
Back when Burning Crusade Classic rolled out, Blizzard allowed characters to either stay on a pure "Classic Era" server that stopped at level 60, or to progress to a Burning Crusade Classic server to play the new content.