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Azeroth has been around since the original Warcraft: Orcs and Humans started in 1994 and the subsequent Warcraft 2 games farther built on the narrative and lore. Warcraft 3 was possibly the most popular of these ancient games and WOW TBC Gold introduced us to many of the characters which would go on to play huge roles in World of Warcraft, including Sylvanas Windrunner, Jaina Proudmore, and Arthas Menethil, among others.

When World of Warcraft launched in 2004, each the lore, history, and locations that was laid out from the earlier Warcraft games were brought to life in Blizzard's vast MMO.

If you have only got a few hours each week to dedicate to a MMO, Classic might not be the game for you personally and you may be better off looking at modern Warcraft to fill that Azeroth-shaped hole. Having said that, if you are not particularly concerned with endgame content like raiding or max-level dungeons and just wish to explore Azeroth because it was in 2006 then by all means, carry on. But if you would like to enjoy everything that Classic has to offer, then you should be prepared to devote a great deal of time not just levelling your personality however completing different Attunement quests and grinding reputation to get some of those late-game instances.

World of Warcraft Classic doesn't have these quality-of-life improvements that you may be used to in contemporary Warcraft - or indeed many other current MMOs. For starters, the climbing of enemies is a whole lot less forgiving and you could find yourself becoming quickly overwhelmed it you take on over two enemies simultaneously without preparation. Travelling from 1 place to another in Classic Azeroth can be far more time consuming - flight points are not as abundant as they are these days and with in-game gold less readily come by, you may end up struggling to save up to buy WOW TBC Classic Gold even buy your first Riding Skill and bracket.

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