In January 2007 I was (Petra shyly opens calculator app) … 33 years. Oh my goodness! Tempus fugit! At that time I didn’t play World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade like almost everyone in my circle of colleagues, acquaintances and friends. But I didn’t feel alone with it either, not outcast, at most a little exotic.
Today I look back with a smile on my former self: “Oh Petra, your rigorous dislike of WoW was a bit silly, wasn’t it?” Of course it was! Will I catch up on the experience in 2021? No, because I simply don’t have the time. And because I can’t relive a feeling that I never had.
But I think an insane number of you will do that. And because in all these years you have forgotten at least twice what was actually going on in Burning Crusade, we have summarized everything you need to know in our special issue in order to arm yourself successfully for the fight against Kil’jaeden again .
But our magazine is not only aimed at veterans, beginners are also picked up. Because it may be that there are other people on this planet besides me who have so far only touched WoW little or not at all, but who want to finally close this gap in their playing career.
We don’t leave beginners behind
And so right at the beginning of our 148-page special issue on World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic there is a chic beginners guide that gives you the basics. Among other things, it contains the answers to the following questions:
- What happens after stepping through the portal into Outland?
- Where can the trainers be found?
- How do you level as quickly as possible?
- How do you get one of these cool flight mounts?
- And very important: How do you get the money for one of these cool flight mounts or for the greedy riding instructor?
Class guides: what is the difference between a shaman and a druid?
What distinguishes the shaman from the druid? Well, I’ll tell you. Druids can turn into a raven in The Burning Crusade from level 68 and fly through Outland without a flight mount. N / A? That sounds great. But read our guides before choosing your class.
In it you will not only learn how to put on and play warriors, paladins, hunters, villains, priests, shamans, magicians, sorcerers and druids in such a way that you survive in the wild, but also what to wear in the raids and instances to cut a fine figure.
The Burning Crusade is considered by connoisseurs to be one of the best additions, if not the best. Among other things, because the quests interlinked so nicely and you never had the feeling that you had nothing to do. The quests themselves were also a lot more varied than in the original WoW. And then there were the instances with their stories. We will of course also give you a hand on how you can manage the different levels of difficulty in The Burning Crusade Classic.
And then we’ll break up the Outland zones for you, explain what these blood elves and draenei are all about, introduce you to the best add-ons to make your gaming experience a little smoother, and let you go to the nostalgic ones Share the feelings of Burning Crusade connoisseurs. Don’t worry: I’m not there, you know that by now.
XXL double poster
A GameStar special without a poster? As unthinkable as World without Warcraft. You will therefore find an XXL double poster as a supplement. A map of Outland on one side and a nice WoW motif on the other. We would normally present you the poster at this point, but the good piece is not finished yet.
In any case, I wish you a lot of fun in The Burning Crusade, whether with a good portion of nostalgia in your luggage or as someone who is exploring Outland for the first time.
That’s why you need the special edition on Burning Crusade Classic
Many of you explored Outland back in 2007, but it has been 13 years. All returners and all newcomers who now dare to venture through the dark portal are well advised to buy the new special issue. And if it’s just for nostalgia. The booklet contains:
- Beginners guides
- Class Guides
- Instance guides
- Guides, guides, guides – why not
- Background on blood and draenei
- WoW on 148 pages – really!