The Burning Crusade Classic pre-patch period
The Burning Crusade Classic pre-patch period is significantly shorter than players had hoped for. Blizzard made it clear during its BlizzConline event in January that players could have the chance to level up new characters with WoTLK Classic Gold, including the newly created Blood Elf and Draenei characters before the official launch of the expansion.
The majority of players thought it was going to be a four-week pre-patch as is the case with pre-patch's in WoW's various expansions through the years. However, this Burning Crusade Classic pre-patch will be only two weeks long and is likely to upset more than the few players who are concerned that they'll be unable to get the more than 100 hours needed to reach level 60 in the timeframe of two weeks. It is possible to continue leveling until the time of the expansion, June 1 however they'll be way behind those who are already at level 60 and ready to move on.
It's worth noting that the first Burning Crusade pre-patch way back in 2006 ran for six weeks, but it did not provide the ability to level the Blood Elf as well as Draenei characters. It wasn't until the official launch in January 2007.
For players of WoW's most recent expansion called WoW WoTLK Classic First major content update to the game Chains of Domination, is currently being tested on the game's Public Test Realm, with no release date official at this time.
A short tale focusing on the origins of Chromie is included extensively in the compilation of stories from WOW WoTLK Classic Gold the lore. Some players have received prior to the official book's May 25 release date. The story's narrator starts by calling Chromie as him/herself but after Chromie goes through the right of passage called The Visage Ceremony, the character is identified as she/him in both dragon and gnome appearances.
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