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As noted, you do not need to buy the client separately. It can be downloaded for free with the battle.net application. An important distinction, however, is that Warlords of Draenor is NOT standalone: you must own the base game (World of Warcraft, located here on Blizzard's store: https://eu.battle.net/shop/en-us/product/world-of-warcraft ) to play it. There ...
No, you don't need to buy the client. The client is completely free and can be downloaded via the battle.net "app". You would not even need to buy the game to download it. But you need to in order to play it of course.
You need to be level 90 before you can access your garrison or any of the other Warlords of Draenor content.
According to wowiki: Originally from Draenor, ogres were one of the last races of Draenor's giants. Some orc scholars believe the ogres were once intelligent and the dominant species of Draenor before the orcs rose to power. Orcs and ogres were enemies for generations until the rise of the horde. The warlock Gul'dan decided the orcs required the ...
Directly from the comments on the pages you have linked: Super Cooling Module: I found a great place to grind these out. In Shadowmoon valley there is a little path around the cave used for Swamplighter Queen filled with Riot Blossoms and Twilight Riverbeast. Just go up and down that path and inside the cave for a lot of little mobs that die really ...
Running the game in Windowed (Fullscreen) mode will (often) prevent issues linked to alt-tabbing out of the client. Restart the client in Windowed (Fullscreen) mode and try tabbing out again. An alternative option is to try updating/rolling back your graphics drivers. Lastly, if none of that helps, it's time to file a bug report with Blizzard so that they ...
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