World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Updated Hands-On - A Tour of the New Outland Region

We take a last look at how the Outland region is shaping up before the World of Warcraft expansion opens for business.

Release day for The Burning Crusade, the much-anticipated add-on to the blockbuster massively multiplayer role-playing game World of Warcraft, is drawing near, and Blizzard has now finished fine-tuning the expansion's various new factions, zones, and instances. Following on from our last hands-on preview, we take one final look over what could be another momentous event for online games.

The lush countryside of Nagrand, perfect for a nice spot of ram-riding.

The major changes that have occurred in the beta test in the past month or so revolve around the opening of several new zones in Outland, the major new region in the expansion. This brings the total number of new high-level zones in the expansion to seven, each of which contains enough solo content to easily last you until you hit level 70, an increase from the previous level cap of level 60. Of course, there's also more than enough group and raid content, for teams of between five and 25 people, as well as "heroic" difficulty versions, all of which will eventually lead to the forthcoming Mount Hyjal encounter--currently slated as the most difficult content to date. For the game's most dedicated players The Burning Crusade really acts as a preparation for that Hyjal encounter, but to get there, you'll need to complete a large number of complicated quests.

In our last look at the game, we covered some of what you can look forward to in the first three zones in Outland. Adventuring there will take you to around level 65, should you choose to complete all of the quest lines. The next region you're likely to head to is called Nagrand, which is a lush area full of grassland, trees, lakes, and waterfalls. Within its boundaries lie, among other things, four notable points of interest, including a large player-versus-player arena called the Ring of Trials. Then there's a giant mountainlike crystal called Oshu'gun, surrounded by ethereals, which contains something of a surprise. There's also an interesting outdoor PvP objective, called Halaa. This is a village guarded by elite non-player characters of either faction, and it's up to the opposing faction members to kill the guards and capture the town. One way to achieve this is to bomb them from above, using certain flying mount points around the boundary, and once the village is captured, special NPC vendors will become available to the controlling faction.

Anybody who remembers the various hunting quests from the north of Stranglethorn Vale will be pleased to hear that Hemet Nesingwary has also moved to Nagrand, leaving his son, Hemet Jr., in charge of his former hunting base. A small step up from there in terms of difficulty is Blade's Edge Mountains, a region of thorny hills and wooded valleys. It sits at the northern end of Outland, and as well as containing another PvP arena, the Circle of Blood, it is also home to a Cenarion Expedition base in the form of Evergrove. Another notable area is Dragons' End, home to numerous lizard skeletons and corpses.

The hardest regions you'll encounter in The Burning Crusade, and those which will take you to the new level cap of 70, are undoubtedly Shadowmoon Valley and Netherstorm. The latter of the two is set on a series of floating rock islands, in a dark landscape dominated by purple rock and a supernatural, stormy sky. You arrive there from the Blade's Edge Mountains by crossing the Gyro-Plank Bridge, and during your travels you'll encounter the latest neutral goblin town, amusingly named Area 52, which also serves as one of several new quest hubs for the region. There, you'll be able to sit and admire the space rocket that sits in the middle of the town.

Snakes. On a plane. Get it?

What's more, there are three large eco-domes set across the region, each of which contains a lush jungle environment, away from the harsh weather outside. These are the work of one of Outland's new factions, the Consortium, an organized group of Ethereal smugglers who trade in exotic goods. Players interested in the game's lore may recognize the name of Prince Kael'thas Sunstrider--he's based in Netherstorm, floating just off the eastern edge of the map, in the instanced complex of Tempest Keep. He's joined by his most senior minions and will pose a real challenge to even the most organized groups. Finally, Shadowmoon Valley is home to the remainder of the new endgame content, specifically the Black Temple complex of instances, which Blizzard has stated will be opened in an upcoming patch. The land is dark and stony, and comets fall regularly from the sky, while numerous demons prowl about, waiting for you to stray from the path.

In addition to the Alliance and Horde faction bases, there are also outposts for both the Scryers and Aldor, two new warring groups first introduced in Shattrath City. The demonic Legion Hold, imposing Dragonmaw Stronghold, and the awesome Black Temple all overlook the blasted land below, but to access everything you'll need to save upwards of 5,000 gold coins to buy a flying mount.

One way to fund that particular project might be to further your character's professions. Tailors will be happy to know that Blizzard has finally introduced some new specializations to the craft, similar to those currently found in weapon making and leatherworking. Players will now be able to gather new types of cloth for the Spellfire, Mooncloth, and Shadoweave tailoring professions, and new patterns will be available as quest rewards and world drops, and from vendors. Alchemists, too, will now have the choice of pursuing one of three new directions in the trade, focusing on potions, transmutations, or elixirs.

As you would expect, with so many new things to see and kill, there are new ores and plants, as well as several new types of skins and enchanting materials to be had. It's unclear at this point whether professions will become more effective in terms of the general effort that's required to make any profit. That said, money seems relatively easy to come by in Outland, at least during the late beta phase we played. Most quests seem to yield several gold pieces, and random low-key loot drops (that will likely be useless to you) which can be sold for several more.

For most people, Outland will certainly represent a significant addition of content to the Warcraft phenomenon. Aside from those few who manage to attain top-end raiding or PvP rewards, most players will find they've upgraded some of their currently equipped items within a few hours of play, and probably all of them by the time they reach level 64 or so.

Wildhammer Stronghold is the Alliance base in Shadowmoon Valley.

Fundamentally, the way that raiding guilds currently work will have to change in order to accommodate the new lower number of participants, and this is something that should make the game more inclusive on the whole. By designing Outland with the lessons learned in the past 18 months or so of developing Azeroth, Blizzard has tried to include something for everybody in The Burning Crusade.

The new PvP rules, introduced into the current game in a recent patch, will enable less-avid players to build up significant rewards over time, and the quicker five-person instances that are introduced from Hellfire Peninsula onward will also reduce the need for military-precision planning and encourage more-regular ad hoc questing. Yet while becoming more inclusive for Blizzard's army of casual players, the serious challenge posed by the new 25-person raid content, the heroic difficulty settings, and the long, complex path to Mount Hyjal should keep focused players busy for a long time to come.

Blizzard has previously stated that it plans to release an expansion every year for the foreseeable future, and if The Burning Crusade is anything to go by, it's likely that most people will still be knee-deep in Outland when the next expansion moves into beta testing.

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229 comments
bobidebil
bobidebil

More than 10 days passed and there is no review on this game... probably cause its huge in length... anyways, just wanted to add that I am quite disapointed on the offer Blizzard gave wth the new expansion. I am playing this game activly for 2.5 years and I expected at least some extra features (without the Special Editors Edition), and they gave none. Ahh, well, no matter this game still rocks, although its becoming more and more pain in this """ with the money subscription... damn third world countries :P

AnGrYiNdIaN83
AnGrYiNdIaN83

lol warboy2 is right. Burning crusade is a fun game. But dont let it control your life. I know a guy that cancelled a date because his guild was running molten core that night.Just a quick warning to all............ dont end up like him =)

warboy2
warboy2

DON"T LOSE YOUR LIFE TO THIS GAME i played WOW for about a 6 months got a level 60 and everything and raided dugeons i quit because this game will make you lose everything if you get hooked on it. that is the advice i have for people who aren't complete and total nerds and wet themselves when they see a halo 3 trailer or something.

Tha_Rnar
Tha_Rnar

AWESOME EXALENT IT COME xD! im gonna buy it

Deathsword
Deathsword

Hi all just wanted to say to not fule the flames anymore. I just read this one page and i can see this isnt going to end but i just wanted to point out that this is typical of fourm posts from MMO sites where someone says something like "theifs/rouges need agi more then anything!" and then it turns into a 50 page long flame war between 1 or 2 more people with the one or two good comment in between them. All of it is just waisted enery and even im waisting time doing this but i just wanted to point this out to the rest of you and ask just post a quick "this game rocks!" and be done with it. I wish i could really explore the new areas but im only in the late 30s and its mostly cuse i only play the game a few times out of the week. Baba i think you should try WoW if you havent already but if its not your cup of tea thats fine. I played Final Fantasy online and "dissed" WoW because i was led to beleave it was bad but when i tried it i liked it but i didnt go on final and start shouting at people for not playing cuse it wouldnt do a bit of good. I dont whack people over the head either and install WoW on there pcs cuse thats just...well...wrong. I'm done so feel free to flame me or take my words out of context cuse thats usually what happens...>.>

bababooey1
bababooey1

oh yea no it has not been mentioned yet that the guys who make southpark play WoW, but it seems people want facts, so show the truth you could be right, but like i said people can't seem to handle others opinions, so where are the facts. i will be back on tomorrow goodnight

bababooey1
bababooey1

bowma! look at how many jump in on some elses posts even enough to comment on my puctuation. hey bowman it was meant as a joke you know the southpark episode, never did i say it was fact you implied it. Its alright though i wouldn't have expected you to have known the difference and if you had read my other posts you would have known this. Also gamespot said "social lives hit skids" and your point is. Congrats they said something nice. Do we really have to get into this again.

XinemoneyX
XinemoneyX

this game is so good btw. and whats that 8 million people agree with that. wow. i think that says it all. oh and i saw a south park referance somewhere... yea fyi the guys who make southpark play WoW... not sure if that came up yet

eanbowman
eanbowman

bababooey1: Do you even listen to yourself? What do you mean you didn't use Southpark as fact? "tha southpark episode said it all." You can't win this one... just concede the fact that you might only know a small portion of a much larger population than you'll ever know. Listen to this excerpt from Gamespot's own coverage of the Cali launch, "The crowd defied any attempts at demographic pigeonholing, as players of both genders, different ethnic backgrounds, assorted socioeconomic statuses, and varying physical conditions were well represented."

bababooey1
bababooey1

grman i understand what you are saying, but you need to read my post again mainly the bottom part i said for them to stop correcting me their not teachers and even though i told them that this is a gaming site not an essay in which you have to know grammer and punctuation and that i simply choose not to do it, but its not cause i can't. they don't understand because they freak out when they see an error or at least that is what i believe. In no means do i have a problem though i never said for people to stop trying to teach me, but the fact is they don't need to their not professionals and therefore its not there place leave that to my teachers and parents. I don't know if you get what i was trying to say. no matter how i tried to tell the correction( grammer and punctuation) police they kept trying to correct me until he finally stopped.

052672
052672

:) I think almost every post on this page has had a typo or grammatical mistake. Shucks, every news article on MSN news has a typo. So, who cares? I am a teacher. An i mak typos to. (Math teacher). :) Oh, and I'm 34. Can't afford WoW, though. (Teacher.) Looks very cool, though.

grman
grman

You telling people to Stop trying to teach you and this shows that you could have a problem , maybe with Teachers, maybe with other people that generally know( or think they know) more than you. That is somewhat expected and that seems natural for a 16 year old, But if not for Anything Else respect people that try to help by making you better in some Area (am not talking about justgrammar ),that got twice your Age And try to think, that they probably have a lot more experience in life than you . Please do not take this as some Bashing also But just as an advice from someone around Kabeus Age. If you do not like the responses you get (as some are Very immature usually) do not go into an Arguing contest with those immature people. An old Saying sais that if a Wise and a Crazy or Dumb Guy get involved in an Argument for long and u happen to walk in on them you probably would not know who is who at that time. PS: Expansion seems really nice But it is too early for me to say a complete opinion about it Since i got it yesterday and am not very Far.

bababooey1
bababooey1

Kabeus i didn't say all 30 year olds had no life i said there are tons of WoW players who have no life and then tons who do. You just restated and agreed with most of the stuff i was trying to voice through my opinion, yet you say that my comments are illegible. Yes i have no proof by my comments except for what i have seen and heard as far as WoW comes. again my opinion. For the education thing I have already said this is a gaming site it is not a english test, nor english class and therefore I don't care about punctuation i choose not to use it. If it was an essay paper or another site that is more professional then I would use it. That means i don't need people to try and educate me even more so when you have those few minded people who are probably my age. For the bashing i only bash those who bash me. I mean one guy sits there and says got em, while another says my comments make me sound as if i'am a douchebag. If you don't like what i have to say whocares. Your a doctor great your probably rich and happy. You probably save lives, i'am happy for you and would thank you if you saved mine, but you were still missing the point of my posts or maybe you just took it one way. For as life i would have to say there are many meanings i stated one that i liked again my opinion of course i have a lot to still learn i'am only 16. You shouldn't be telling people not to post or whatever your not their father. Oh yeah notice there are very few punctuation marks in the paragraph and its sad if it bothers you people that much your not my boss, nor my teacher, so deal with it. Stop trying to correct people.

KingSlacker
KingSlacker

Yo, the answer to life is 42, that one is easy. And half of the people who bash Wow don't even play it. All the guys at my school always used to rag on me for playing, now I sent them all trials, and there more nuts about it than I am. Play the game, and take it seriously before you bash it.

Kabeus
Kabeus

Bababooey1 your comments for the most are illegible. They make no sense what so ever. You talk about this game and life in general as if you have some great understanding for it. Yet you have stated that you are 16. Fact - People who play this game 24/7 have an issue and need help. (THAT DOES NOT MAKE THEM LOSERS). Are all people who smoke,gamble or drink losers if they become addicted. No, it means that their minds are fixated upon smoking, gambling or drinking. It is actually a mental problem. Fact - Your comments should not state: "Their are tons of WoW players who don't do anything, but play WoW why you think its making headlines for taking people's lives a way its sad and whats worse is when you have 30 year olds playing this." Why is it a problem if 30 year olds play this game? Sure if they sit at home and only play 24/7 it is an issue, however i refer you to my earlier comments. Fact - You have yet to prove anything by your comments, every other poster who has written a comment rebutting your statements are right. You have not done an acceptable job in stating your means. Fact - I am a 34 year old doctor. I have been practicing for the last 12 years and in that time i have had 2 children with my wife. I play World of Warcraft when i get time to and i enjoy it. Should i be un-entitled to play this game? Or am i too old and therefore undeserving to play this game? Above i have talked to you in a proper grammatical manner, now ill give you advice for free. Kid you have no idea your 16 years old. By all means post on this forum. However do not "burn" ANYONE at all unless you have the facts backing you up. You have so much to learn in this world, everyone does. So stop wasting your time by senselessly arguing your opinion which without fact means absolutely nothing. If you actually read the posts of the other posters. You will see that they have tried to educate you and not "burn" you. And if anyone has the right to have complete and utter horrible grammar and spelling, it is me as i am the doctor. To the other people who are trying to use intellect on someone who is refusing it. Stop and go play instead its a waste of time. P.S Looks like a very good expansion for an already great game doesnt it?

bababooey1
bababooey1

Oh yeah if its that hard on your eyes get some glasses or maybe your brain is to slow and you just have problems reading it

bababooey1
bababooey1

Check my posts i don't see no spelling errors and i don't need to check for spelling. I mean does it really bother you that somebody doesn't put punctuation what are you monk 2, by the way thats a good show. Once again you worrying about my typing on a game site there are more things to worry about. You wouldn't know nothing about that though cause you would much rather correct a 16 year old's punctuation mistakes, you act like this is professional. Got em.

Hell3ent
Hell3ent

True, but legible posts are easier on the eyes, and tend to summarize points a little more clearly. Copious amounts of spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, and run-on sentences really detract from your post. There is a "check spelling" button for a reason.

bababooey1
bababooey1

hey hell3ent don't worry about my punctuation and grammer. well my grammer is good and I don't use punctuation cause it just wastes time and i'am on a game site nothing important and unless your a college english teacher i could careless. ok man!

Hell3ent
Hell3ent

For the love of god man, use proper punctuation and grammar! You'll never get a job without it!

bababooey1
bababooey1

eanbowman shut up with this racism crap. i mean your the moron who is trying to compare my opinion to racism how funny. I'am sure there are a lot of WoW people who have jobs and lives and then there are a lot who don't and sit in front of their computer screen 24/7 that was my point go read my post. Now this is funny your trying to tell about facts and you say that most people play only a few hours now all of a sudden you live in people's houses with them. My opinions arn't based on fact there based on what i have heard and seen for instance my friends who sit there and play this game 24/7 or all the people who have posted in the forums and stuff about how they can't stop playing this game. Lets see here is another example all the thousands of people who lined up for a video game granted people did it with consoles, but come on. DId i ever say southpark was reality no i didn't i said it said it all cause it was funny you seem to like making stuff up to fit you. "I guess I'll never convince all of the morons of the world to actually investigate what it is they're talking about." way to go talking about your self next time read the posts more carefully. Another think i haven't ever watched the daily show, nor do i know who is on it. lol i need to check my facts you must not know what a opinion is man people are stupid. you 'douchebag'

eanbowman
eanbowman

bababooey1 You fail to see the point, bababooey1. You are making a gross generalization about a group of people you know nothing about. That's akin to racism. In fact, most people who play World of Warcraft have jobs and lives and only play a few hours per week when they can. haiderboi's comment was that there are many successful people who play MMORPGs rather than other types of games. Just a little reality check for you, that Southpark episode is a big joke. Comedians take all of the worst (and funniest) parts of life and present them for your amusement. They are pretty much NEVER AN ACCURATE PORTRAIT OF REALITY. In fact, one device comedians use is to make themselves appear to NOT UNDERSTAND ANYTHING AT ALL IN DEPTH. This is often the case with politically incorrect humor, where they play the idiot devil's advocate rather than the informed devil's advocate. Is it funny? Yes. Is if fact? Rarely... I bet you get all of your news from the Daily Show too... I love that show but really, you need to check your facts before you pass judgement. Otherwise you DO come off as a 'douchebag'. Well, I'm done... I guess I'll never convince all of the morons of the world to actually investigate what it is they're talking about.

fistycuffs
fistycuffs

Just played 1 day and leveled upto level 68 already anyways i cant seee where is the disappointment in this game well if anybody doesnt like them screw them, they just don't know how to play games. If you guys have actually played the Warcraft series like me then i know you'll love it has an amazing lore much better than the LOTR Triology well thats what i think and if you see the amount of time Blizzard has put into this one expansion you can understand very much that not everything they did was for naught and the new demonic environment is beautiful and they way I see it it looks vaster then Azeroth, Illidan and the so-called Archimonde can be killed over and over again plus you have your gold piling from the abundant availability of quests where the quest rewards are mostly gold. Tier 4 can be checked out at YouTube where the Warlock set looks firggin awesome and those of you who want too grab Illidan's Twin Blades of Azzinoth then make sure you put your life on the line well technically your soul but make sure you have a rez :P

stain1ess
stain1ess

must not reactivate account, must not reactivate account, must not...

bababooey1
bababooey1

hello why don't you read my post again i didn't say all 30 year olds (now granted i didn't say some either) who play the game have no life i was simply saying there are tons of people who play it and don't do nothing with their life they just sit at home in their mommy's basement or their room. My arguments were good and i think you just have a hard time agreeing with them probably cause i'am right for the most part. I believe in the middle of my post i said there are tons of WoW players who don't do anything with their life and like i said before i didn't say all 30 year olds, thats what you implied. you must think your something by calling me a douche-bag or my comments what ever you said, but the fact they are my comments(don't like it then don't reply) and next time you bash me i will bash the hell out of you and i don't care if i get kicked off the site. You should probably read someones post a couple times next time and make sure you fully understand it. oh yeah and if they have their mommy's bring them food and have no outside life then, yea they are a loser.

haiderboi
haiderboi

Bababooey1 that was the most idiotic and moronic comment I have read in a really long time.Your arguments are poorly conceived. You think that if a 30 year old man plays WoW, then you should automatically label him a loser. That they have their mommies bring them food, and don't have an outside life? Why don't you tell that to the 35 year old doctor,32 year old owner of a Radioshack, 40 year old mother of one who also happens to be an accountant in Wallstreet? Yes, its great and all that your looking for a job and finishing school, but in what right can you compare [actually from what I read, you passing judgement] your life to theirs? Don't get me wrong, there are people out there who have a unhealthy obsession with the game, and most likely need some help, reality is that it isn't the norm that your making it out to be. I'm no better than you are or anyone who does play this game, but your comments make you look like a completely closed minded douche-bag. /end rant //And for everyone else, Gamespot added a neat little feature to the boards.---->Check Spelling

bababooey1
bababooey1

Wezker619 let me ask you a question how do the geeks take money from my parents if 8 million of them are to busy sitting on their butt's playing WoW. Someone who has a life is someone who makes somthing of it. Yea i play games, but also go out with my friends and do active stuff like right now i'am focused on getting a job and finishing school. Their are tons of WoW players who don't do anything, but play WoW why you think its making headlines for taking people's lives a way its sad and whats worse is when you have 30 year olds playing this. I mean i can see if your 60 something cause by then your retired and might be slowly dieing. Oh yea and lets say that you hang out with your friends to, but is their ever a moment when your not talking about WoW probably not. I don't know about you guys, but i love playing video games even more, so on my 360, but i want to be remember when i pass(that won't be for a while i'am only 16, about to be 17 this month) for something i did great in my life not playing so much WoW that i wouldn't even get up to use the bathroom or have my mommy bring my food to me so i don't have to get up. tha southpark episode said it all.

eanbowman
eanbowman

Again with more clueless morons spouting quotes from TV comedies as if they were truths. Make Love Not Warcraft was a funny episode of Southpark, but it is not fact. Sorry. P.S. It's actually quite a fun game, and considering the fact that you're reading a video games website - you're about as much of a geek as anyone who plays WOW. [url=http://www.naturespact.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&t=75]Burning Crusade Launch Photos[/url] Another important fact: It's all about moderation, no matter what game you play. If you're harming yourself socially, physically or ortherwise, you're going too far. I suppose that applies to all facets of life...

mynameisbunny
mynameisbunny

chill out.. playing does not make people geeks.. There is no such a thing as a geek. I used to play WoW but i quit and i play other games.. My friends play WoW and it never stops them from having a life... Playing WoW and 'being a geek' is not in direct proportion...

Half-Vampire
Half-Vampire

theres nothing wrong being a geek.. and WoW is the place to rest and rilex your mind after whole day work and have some fun questing, traveling and forget the tension in real life in this beautiful virtual world..

Wezker619
Wezker619

Lol what is a life...lol If you can find the meaning of Life than you can talk otherwise you are contradicting yourself. People there is no meaning of life k because people have diffrent opinions. Yao1994 you are right they shouldn't grow up as a geek they should be like you with 500 girilfriends because we all know that you are a ladies man. Lol man geeks are the people who take the money from your parents k Yao. So answer this whats so wrong being in to a game and if im wrong than ask the 8 million subscribers who play.

-_-III
-_-III

Make love not warcraft get a life, even the game producer said that they don't play because they have a life.

frozenfisherman
frozenfisherman

"i dont play is becuz u dont need skills to own. u own by leveling and leveling wasting ur time."yao1994 spoken like a true Jeremy...kudos

yao1994
yao1994

i recon its just sad that the dad let all of his children play and level up to wateva. parents shouldnt let their kids to grow up as a geek. i dont play wow cuz its just wasting ur time wasting time gearing up, wasting time training, geting gold, then kill geeks with some magic giberish. but the most important reason why i dont play is becuz u dont need skills to own. u own by leveling and leveling wasting ur time.

Ioden
Ioden

YA IM WUN OF DOZE PEEPL WHOO QIT WOW LAWL I WUZ PLAYN 20 HRS/DAI OMGWTFSOTIMECONSUMING Honestly, people. If you started playing in 2004 and have done everything to be done, I can see why you cancelled and also why you should pick up the expansion. But if you bought it three months ago and decided to grind through everything as fast as you could, then hell, it's not "time-consuming", you're spending too much time on it!

Myrkan
Myrkan

Battlegrounds are a great way for all of you who dont have enough time for big Raids. It might take a while, but you should have time for at least two BG's each day, and you can get the same slick looking gear you have always wanted. Oh and, its 5:30 AM over here, I woke up super early to get my copy.... C-ya! :D

Raskolnikov_usa
Raskolnikov_usa

Would love to play this; however I know that it would just turn into another time warp that would shurley disrupt the stability of my current living conditions. I am beset, I love mmo's but find them to be to time demanding and party dependent.

Puckhog04
Puckhog04

I personally just quit playing WoW...it's a great game and all, just really time consuming. I had a full T1 Dwarf Hunter (that's the Giantstalker set for you new people). Quickstrike Ring, Hunter trinket, etc. Very well geared. Just quit because of lack of time...and getting tired of paying so much for a game. To be honest, I've had very little experience with anything gaming outside of Videogame Consoles (which is what i was raised playing, i'm 22 btw), but WoW just seems to cater very well to new people and old MMO veterans. It is however very time consuming...so if you have any type of a life whatsoever, don't play. I played for a year and i will say it's fun while it lasts, but you can't play forever. :)

PChanOSU
PChanOSU

Just for all of the people who said they want to see more classes added...I wouldn't want them to add classes just for the sake of adding classes. And the Dranei and Bloodelves do kind of bring in new classes to the Horde and Alliance since Alliance players couldn't be Shaman and Horde couldn't be Paldins previously.

cblamo
cblamo

Of course you're going to play.