14 nov Mapas de mazmorras? Hola a todos. Acaba de venirme a la mente que en antaño las mazmorras no tenían mapas (si no recuerdo mal, los empezaron a meter hacia el final de la WotlK), lo cual hacía que fuese muy facil perderse y no saber por donde ir para limpiar ciertas mazs. Es cierto que las hemos hecho hasta la saciedad y las tenemos muy vistas, aunque hay alguna que sigue siendo un autentico laberinto (maraudon, roca negra, sunken temple... [no hay que olvidar que lo que vemos de esas mazs hoy en dia si entramos por el buscador es ínfimo a lo que era antes, especialmente sunken temple que ahora es una autentica risa, la han reducido como un 80%]), pero aun así siempre es bienvenida la ayuda y la visión que te da el mapa, sobretodo para saber donde están tus compañeros de grupo. Ahora, con la tonteria de que la gente se ofende hasta con lo de que el WoW Classic tendrá el modo daltónico solo porque el original no lo tenía, quería abrir un debate sobre esto. Os gustaría que hubiesen mapas de las mazmorras? O preferís la experiencia 100% vanilla? Desde mi punto de vista, no me gustaría que los metiesen, soy de los que prefiere una experiencia lo más fiel posible, aunque no soy los que buscan el 100% de fidelidad, pues las mejoras graficas por ejemplo me parecen un acierto, siempre y cuando te permitan elegir los graficos que quieras. Un saludo ;)Monórquido17 14 nov
24 oct Una idea "brillante" ?¿ Buenas, quisiera dejar escribo el siguiente post para los maestros de juego y que puedan hacerles llegar mis opiniones a los desarrolla dores, con la salida de Classic espero y deseo que la dificultad sea como antaño y ademas vuelva el factor social en nuestras vidas, que tu pj dentro de juego sea una extension de tu propia reputacion, ahora bien, esto es una idea (aunque a lo mejor la implementaran) pero me gustaria que sacaran todas las expansiones como hasta ahora pero con la dificultad de vanilla, que no la casualicen como han echo hasta ahora aunque.... Aunque me idea principal es otra, algunas expansiones han sido mejores que otras y cof...... draenor cof cof, ufff que tos mas mala ¬_¬-------------(mira mas abajo) A nivel narrativo algunas personas no les a acabado de gustar mucho o creen que podria haber sido de otra forma las cosas, asi que mi planteamiento es el siguiente...., porque no hacer de classic el punto de partida a nuevas expansiones? me refiero a crear una nueva linea temporal, en los libros de "la guerra de los ancestros" contaban en una parte que se habian destruido las demas lineas temporales y solo quedaba una (corregidme si me equivoco) la actual, asi que propondria a blizz que crease una nueva linea temporal diferente a la actual, se que algunos me direis: tio pero eso son mas expansiones que hay que comprar y bla bla bla bla, si tios ya lo se, son nuevas expansiones que se comprarian pero es una historia completamente diferente, imaginaros por un momento que se pudiera reescribir la historia y pudieramos de alguna forma, hacer que algunas cosas malas no ocurriesen, eso si, si blizz llegase hacerlo OS LO SUPLICO, DEJAD LA DIFICULTAD COMO ESTA Y NO LA CASUALICEIS. Esta es mi opinion, no se si mas de uno opinara lo mismo.Tragamillas0 24 oct
Blizzard routinely applies older expansions to all accounts as new expansions are released. On June 28, 2011, The Burning Crusade expansion was automatically applied to all previous Warcraft accounts at no cost. On September 19, 2012, the same thing was done with the Wrath of the Lich King expansion,[67] and on October 15, 2013 the Cataclysm expansion was also applied.[68] On October 15, 2014, Mists of Pandaria was applied to all accounts following the release of Warlords.[69] On May 17, 2016, Warlords of Draenor was applied to all accounts to coincide with the release of the Warcraft movie that gives a 30-day trial of the game.[70] All The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, Mists of Pandaria and Warlords of Draenor content is now effectively part of the original game, with all new World of Warcraft accounts automatically including these expansions upon creation.[67] As of the pre-patch release of Battle for Azeroth in July 2018, all expansions up to Legion are included in the base game.[71]
Much of World of Warcraft play involves the completion of quests. These quests are usually available from NPCs.[19] Quests usually reward the player with some combination of experience points, items, and in-game money. Quests allow characters to gain access to new skills and abilities, as well as the ability to explore new areas.[20] It is through quests that much of the game's story is told, both through the quest's text and through scripted NPC actions.[21] Quests are linked by a common theme, with each consecutive quest triggered by the completion of the previous, forming a quest chain. Quests commonly involve killing a number of creatures, gathering a certain number of resources, finding a difficult to locate object, speaking to various NPCs, visiting specific locations, interacting with objects in the world, or delivering an item from one place to another to acquire experience and treasures.
In South Korea, there is no software package or CD key requirement to activate the account. However, to play the game, players must purchase time credits online. There are two kinds of time credits available: one where the player is billed based on the actual number of minutes that will be available, and one where the player can play the game for a number of days. In the former, time can be purchased in multiples of 5 hours or 30 hours, and in the latter, time can be purchased in multiples of 7 days, 1 month, or 3 months.[54] As software packages are not required, expansion pack contents are available to all players on launch day.
World of Warcraft won several awards from critics upon release, including Editor's Choice awards.[10][20] In addition, it won several annual awards from the media, being described as the best game in the role-playing and MMORPG genres.[87] The graphics and audio were also praised in the annual awards, with the cartoonish style[88] and overall sound makeup being noted.[89] The game was also awarded Best Mac OS X Entertainment Product at the 2005 Apple Design Awards.[90] Computer Games Magazine named World of Warcraft the best computer game of 2004, and the magazine's Steve Bauman described his "feeling that Blizzard has analyzed every element of every existing game, pulled out the best ones, and then lovingly lavished an absurd amount of attention to their implementation." It also won the magazine's "Best Art Direction", "Best Original Music" and "Best Interface" awards.[91]
World of Warcraft received very positive reviews upon release,[80] following a period of high anticipation before launch.[86] Although the game follows a similar model to—and was noted for using many familiar concepts from—the role-playing genre,[10][81] the new approaches to reducing pauses between game encounters were well liked.[21] A common example was the approach to character death. In some previous MMORPGs, a player would suffer a high penalty for character death; in World of Warcraft, a player is able to recover and start playing quickly.[10] Combat was another area where "downtime", or pauses between play, was reduced. By allowing all character types to recover from damage taken, players can return to combat quickly.[21] Reviewers felt that these changes in pacing would make the genre more accessible to casual players—those who play for short periods of time—[21] while still having "deep" gameplay that would attract players of all levels of interest.[20] The concept of a "rested bonus", or increasing the rate at which a player's character gains experience, was also welcomed as a way for players to quickly catch up with their friends in progression.[10]
Tras los eventos narrados en Wrath of the Lich King, Arthas ha muerto, y la guerra en Rasganorte parece haber terminado, ya que la Plaga está controlada por Bolvar Fordragon, convertido en el nuevo Rey Exánime, el carcelero de los malditos. Pero entonces, misteriosos terremotos comienzan a sacudir toda la faz de Azeroth, y poco después, comienzan una serie de ataques elementales contra las capitales de la Alianza y la Horda. Estos ataques son el preludio del resurgimiento del Dragón Aspecto corrupto Alamuerte, que las destruirá, extendiendo su dañino poder por los dos continentes. Cinco años después, en los que se suceden los eventos narrados en la novela World of Warcraft: The Shattering, Ventormenta y Orgrimmar están en proceso de reconstrucción, y la faz del mundo en Azeroth ha cambiado por completo tras los ataques de Alamuerte, que han reducido a cenizas algunas zonas y han provocado violentos maremotos y terremotos que han partido literalmente la tierra en trozos, inundando algunas zonas y haciendo resurgir otras. Alamuerte ha vuelto con un solo objetivo, el de destruir Azeroth, y no se detendrá hasta conseguirlo.
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