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Buying "World of Warcraft" from Blizzard's store includes the base game, The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, and Mists of Pandaria (basically, all the content up to level 90). Warlords of Draenor is sold separately.
Basically, the idea of a Macro is to condense specific operations into one button. Here are a few examples of commonly used macros: /#showtooltip Raise Ally /cast [@mouseover,help][@target]Raise Ally This macro casts Raise Ally Icon Raise Ally on your mouseover target, if they are a friendly player. Otherwise, it casts Raise Ally on your ...
You could probably add a modifier to that macro: /use [flyable] Invincible /use [swimming][mod:alt] Sea turtle; Invincible /dismount This should mount sea turtle with no mod pressed while swimming and with alt pressed while swimming should mount Invincible. I am at work so I cannot test if it works but I don't see why it wouldn't work.
Yes. They do in fact carry over. If your subscription lapses your account reverts to a starter account, and you can play characters at or below level 20. Here's some more official information: https://us.battle.net/support/en/article/world-of-warcraft-starter-edition
The first thing to look for is if you could attack the NPC (move your mouse cursor over them, if it's a sword you can attack them, if it's a hand you can do nothing to/with that npc, if it's another cursor you can interact with them in a friendly way). If you can't attack the NPC, the NPC won't attack you. If you can attack the NPC, the NPC can attack you ...
Okay. Let me clear a few things up to make this a more general answer. What klm123 is talking about is the WoW token, a relatively new service. You can buy one for 20 units of your local currency (in the US and Europe, at least), which can be sold only through a Blizzard controlled exchange. The price is dictated by supply and demand and varies between ...
Take in Consideration what you kill matters for XP. Now I havent been to Outland since Deathwing was raiding Azeroth, but last I check you would need to be in full heirloom gear to get that extra exp with the guild cloak included. So in full heirloom gear your getting 35% from mobs that are +2 levels not including the rested XP. While Reseted your ...
I tested this, it appears that you can get out of Worgen Zone but not from Kezan
Return to Orgrimmar or Stormwind (this can be done via a mage portal or any of the portals in Ashran). From there, if you go to the Pandaren area of the city you'll see a portal to Pandaria. Alternatively, you can have a Mage portal you directly to your Shrine. Some people prefer to set their Hearthstones to their Shrine as it contains a Portal to every ...
Once you've activated the serial key it is bound to your battle.net account, you don't need it for new extensions or for re-installing the game. You may need it again if you are locked out of your battle.net account, you can generally use such packaging to prove you own the account. However there are generally other ways to prove it so it is not required. ...
Yes, on the main menu navigate to the System options. From there, select Keyboard Options on the left. The second checkbox Use Command key as Control key is the one you want to enable:
Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdoms both have cities and towns for each factions. One of the following things probably happened: You landed in or near an enemy town or city (Guards and other NPCs in these locations typically have higher levels than other mobs to prevent griefing by the other faction, especially in newbie zones). You landed in one of the ...
This is somewhat of a broad question. There is more obvious horde presence on Kalimdor (Orgrimmar, the capital, and Thunder Bluff are both located there), but there is an Alliance presence as well (Darnassus and sort of the Exodar). The continents are designed such that there is a clear leveling path (with a few branches) on either continent regardless of ...
A guy I was seeing from Norway Switched his EU account to US account so he could play WoW with me. He changed his realmlist.wtf file and he can play just fine. His account now has him listed as paying via US currency, with access to US realms, battlenet store, etc.
Since you already provide the Link to wowhead in your post and oddly it's data is very limited I will provide information from wowdb: There are currently ~150k kills of Mobs listed. The best dropchance as per site has Spitebone Guardian and Shadowy Attendant however it only was killed about 4k and 17k times. If we put all this information together the ...
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