Vanilla was one of the most unique equipment

  • Standardization of stat allocation (in part because of the better design of WOW TBC Gold class and knowing the needs of characters) has destroyed the capacity to create memorable objects through design for stats. Now all the memorable items we talk about items are memorable because of factors that bypass the system of budgeting for stats: procs, on-use abilities, high budget exceptions (War Glaives), and honorable mentions to speed of weapons which still allows them to create items superior in terms of quality and without budgeting it.

    Vanilla's vanilla characters didn't like their Tier Gear as it wasn't well-itemized or did not match their specs (feral Druid DPS warlord, for instance,). In my opinion, all gear from tiers in vanilla is at least decent, or even bis. So , overall, I believe there's less waiting to be decently properly geared.

    There are 5 upgrades to Mc's feral tank and some were extremely sought-after (accuria, agi cloakoff rag). In addition to a few pieces that could be used in the fire resistance tanks, the tier gear was not effective. Other items that fell (heavy iron ring in dark brown, fireguard shoulders) were for sale since nobody else was interested so it wasn't that exciting.

    Although not as memorable, I think it's because there are more choices. You could, for example, have three pants. One heroic, one from Kara and one that you have crafted, it is just barely edging over the other ones. If you were playing vanilla, you'd progress from the blue dungeon to the one and only upgrade that you can get for that period.

    Vanilla was one of the most unique equipment but TBC gear is very memorable. You have DST, stunherald/lionheart, Ashes of alar, warglavies, spellstrike/spellfire/shadoweave sets, Latros shifting sword, the sun eater (not meta but still a status item back in the day on priv servers). There are a lot of items tbh, not as crazy as vanilla , but it's not at all like it. In wotlk it goes downhill quickly, but mostly due to two problems. Naxx , with 15x2, is a big in the oof.

    I started playing TBC Classic a week ago and, as a brand new player, I want to solicit directions for the zones as well as dungeons and raids in Outland. I am able to explore them as they appear from the map. The aspect is that I would like everything I play in the expansion to be chronological with regard to lore. I've completed all the quests in Hellfire Peninsula and the two dungeons at Hellfire Citadel and buy WOW Classic Burning Crusade Gold then all quests in Zangarmarsh in the two dungeons located in Serpent Lake. Now I'm in different zones, and I'm feeling lost.