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There are lots of options you have for checking out the Warcraft lore. As sommerjj says, you have Nobbel87's youtube channel. You also have the various wiki sites, which host a large collection of information regarding Warcraft. I find the most notable to be the WoWWiki, which has an extensive library of articles surrounding the history, events, and ...
A simple expansion key does not count as a paid copy of the game. As written here all World of Warcraft subscribers will now automatically have access to all of the content and features of Mists of Pandaria, even if they never purchased the expansion, at no additional cost. The key info is that you have to be a "subscriber" to get the free expansions. ...
The only official way to get a physical copy of World of Warcraft is to purchase a copy from your local game retailer. This will also upgrade you to the paid version of the game, if you are playing the starter pack, and should cost around $20, depending on where you live. World of Warcraft is a large game. But you should not require the entire download to ...
If your account is a trial account, then you can't even add an expansion to the account, so it is completely moot. You need to subscribe, which gives you a non-trial account which includes all expansions through MoP. The unused Wrath of the Lich King expansion is effectively worthless. That key alone will do nothing for a trial account (or a regular ...
You can find the option for this under Interface - Combat - Show Spell Alerts:
Grom redeemed himself when he refused to drink the demon blood a second time, with intent to never be enslaved. When doing so he moved to attack Gul'dan outright physically. Though he was handled easily by Gul'dan this turned him into at least opposing the same enemies as us heroes in the story. There are quite a few communities debating if he deserved this ...
You should not need to have a paid subscription to claim your Hearthsteed. However, the Hearthsteed has a level requirement of 20. Since the World of Warcraft Starter Edition only gives you until level 20, you will not be able to use the item, until you upgrade your account.
The sword and shield in question is the Protection Warrior artifact in World of Warcraft: Legion. The artifact is the sword and shield of an ancient Vrykul (a race of giant humanoids native to Northrend, and likely the progenitors of Humans) king, and they were forged from the scales of Neltharion (AKA Deathwing). Not much else is known at this time.
If the bandwidth cap is your big concern, then I don't think so. Even a physical copy purchased is going to download a decade's worth of content updates, and even if you start the game when it hits "playable" stage it will continue to try to download in the background while you play. Your only way around would be to copy someone's folder who has already ...
I suggest checking out Nobbel87's channel on YouTube. He does indepth lore videos on the characters and settings. He's been doing videos on the patches for a while now. I'd start with those and then delve into individual characters.
With each expansion, in the World of Warcraft universe, the level cap of your character increases by 5-10 levels. There is a general "theme", and throughout the release and consequent patches, there are some significant events that take place in terms of storyline. Each expansion is catered predominantly for players within its respective level group. ...
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