For some time now, World of Warcraft players have been wading into uncharted territory, working their way through the deadly realms of the Shadowlands. Dragonflight is the next expansion, currently in alpha, and looks like a narrative reset. Players are returning to Azeroth, and Dragon Isle looks to be the place for some good old fashioned fantasy adventure. Players need to prepare enough WoW WotLK Classic Gold for World of Warcraft.

First, the dragonflight that allowed access to Dragon Isle, the dragon's long-hidden ancestral home, has recently reawakened after a period of catastrophe in Azeroth. This new area - described as lush and pristine, brimming with elemental energy - will include everything from icy waste and magma areas to lush forests and vibrant shores, across its four standard areas (bringing new dungeons and Raids or something) and a new starting area.

 

The Dragon Isles starting area is home to the Dracthyr Evokers, a new playable race-level hybrid that will begin their World of Warcraft journey at level 58, and can be allied with the Horde or Alliance. Evokers will come in two customizable forms—a draconic avatar they use in battle, and a humanoid form that they deploy when interacting with the inhabitants of Azeroth—and, depending on the class feat the player chooses, they Can focus on dealing damage or healing.

 

In addition to the official unveiling of Dragonflight, Blizzard also confirmed that World of Warcraft Classic will be re-releasing the 2008 WoW expansion Wrath of the Lich King later this year. In addition to original content including new areas such as Borean Tundra or Howling Fjord, Blizzard has introduced an improved version of the Barbershop, achievements, level 70 upgrades for players who haven't played Burning Crusade Classic, and PvP players personal arena rating. One thing that won't be reappearing, however, is the Dungeon Finder feature that first appeared in patch 3.3.5, with Blizzard citing the community's focus on "the importance of social bonds" as the reason for its absence.

 

What Happened to the Alliance During Shadowlands

The Shadowlands stories focus less on the intricacies of Azeroth's factions and more on specific members of those factions. After Sylvanas broke the veil between the Shadowlands and Azeroth, Jaina Proudmoore and Anduin Wrynn were kidnapped by the Jailer's army. While the Alliance, along with the Argent Crusade, focused on stopping the Scourge from spreading, they sent their champions into the Shadowlands to retrieve their kidnapped leader. Tyrande Whisperwind would eventually follow the champions through the portal so she could take revenge on Sylvanas Windrunner for burning Teldrassil during Battle for Azeroth.

 

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