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Several years have passed since the Burning Legion's defeat at Mount Hyjal and the races of Azeroth have continued to rebuild their once shattered lives. With renewed strength, the heroes of the Horde and Alliance have begun to explore new lands and broken through the Dark Portal to investigate the realms beyond the known world. Will these heroes find friends or foes? What dangers and rewards lie in wait beyond the Dark Portal? And what will they do when they discover that the demons they thought vanquished have returned to renew their terrible Burning Crusade?

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I never knew how much I actually liked most TBC zones until I was playing Wrath, ah good times, good times.

Hellander, on September 28, 2009 12:02:35   [ Reply ] 


BC sort of bugged me while it was the end game. I know it might be petty, but it didn't really seem right that the ultimate end game (both for zones and gear) was so pink and purpley : )

Having it as a side destination now though is amazing, and I find myself missing some of the challenges and diversity of the burning crusade.

Sei, on October 23, 2009 06:47:30   [ Reply ] 


I agree with Hellander; Nagrand, Zangarmarsh and Netherstorm really grew on me. I never really "Got the hang of" Blade's edge and Terokkar. Hellfire is kinda so-so. Sometimes I go back to Shattrath and fly around on my old flying machine, just for old times' sake. It'll always be "Classic WoW" to me, just because I never played Vanilla.

Slavaa, on October 5, 2009 12:33:36   [ Reply ] 


BC had a few interesting moments for me, but I think now it was more like a "filler", a bridge between vanilla and WotLK.

Gruull, on October 10, 2009 12:14:48   [ Reply ] 


i kind of felt this way as well

Gunstrak, on October 23, 2009 08:46:46   [ Reply ] 


Only thing I really liked about BC was roflcopters and Karazhan. And kara was going to be released in vanilla anyway.

JKMongoose, on October 23, 2009 07:01:44   [ Reply ] 


BC was amazing. Keyword is "WAS." Now the WotLK is out and Northrend is available at lvl 68, it's just a 10 level passing zone... You hit 58... you hit Hellfire and do just about every quest. By the time you're done in Hellfire you can go Zangarmarsh, but since ZM sucks (IMO) go straight to Nagrand (my favorite questing zone to this day!) and level to 67 (or 68 if you're meticulous). One more level from anywhere and you're off to Northrend.
Shattrath was an amazing Capital City and Hub. And again, now that WotLK is out, Dalaran has replaced it... All that awesome lvl 70 gear is quickly replaced in a matter of a day or two in Northrend, so what's the point in running instances in Outland other than for the exp/gold?
Like I said. BC WAS amazing... now it's been reduced to just a stepping stone to Northrend. And that makes me sad...

Docjrobert, on October 23, 2009 10:55:25   [ Reply ] 


2 good things about this patch - 1 i had my horde pally, and 2 raiding with both Oceanic Guardians on Shadow Council server and doing end game raids with Highborne (who i am still with) on Nagrand server.

For the horde!

Darkmatt, on October 30, 2009 12:37:09   [ Reply ] 


The leveling in BC was, for me more fun then most of the raids. apart from MH and kara most raids felt slapped together ( little bit like Wotlk now), but the leveling felt seamless, and the progression thru the dungeons was good, kind of like dungeons post lvl 43.

Yobbogod, on December 16, 2009 03:53:07   [ Reply ] 


BC, for me, was where I started playing - and also where I began raiding. Maybe it was just "rose-tinted glasses", but the instances and raids in BC were, simply put, amazing - and even going back at level 80, stuff like TK and SSC is still really, really fun.

The zones were really well made, too - especially compared to the questing experience I had in old-world Azeroth. From going out to Hellfire Peninsula for the first time to grinding out the second Nesingwary chain in Nagrand, I had fun all the way from 58 to 70.

Velinath, on January 19, 2010 05:47:59 (edited once)   [ Reply ] 
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