Catch up on what’s really changing in World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic


It’s been a little while since World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade was the new and current expansion, which is why the game’s first expansion is being brought to WoW Classic. But that means that it’s easy to forget the things that actually were in that first expansion, hence a new article on Wowhead reminding players of all the changes big and small that came to the game with the first major expansion ahead of the Classic launch.

For example, you probably do remember that the level cap increases to 70 and that Draenei and Blood Elves are added to the game. But do you remember that Hunters get Steady Shot and Kill Command, serving as two of their most vital DPS abilities? Did you remember that world buffs no longer apply to higher-level characters, thus preventing buff stacking? Do you remember that the change to elixir categories happened in TBC? Refresh your memory now so you can be ready ahead of the classic version’s beta.

Source: Wowhead

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Not necessarily…lots of people either missed out on TBC when it was current content, or never had the chance to raid, etc.

Matthew Ward

This entirely…
Most people say WOTLK is their favorite expac because that’s when most people started playing the game (massive TV campaigns etc)

TBC, when compared to its prior experience, was IMO the best expansion the game has released. I can’t wait for others to experience that seismic shift in gameplay, economy, lore and raiding


The biggest change is that I’ve since grown too old to play mmorpg’s competitively.