04 nov Items desaparecidos en classic? Ashbringer? Buenas. Tengo una duda sobre la classic. Cuando salga se podrán obtener items q fueron retirados del juego antes de la llegada de la expansión? Me viene a la mente por ejemplo la corrupted ashbringer. https://es.wowhead.com/item=22691/crematoria-corrupta Acaba de terminar la Blizz y creo q no se ha comentado nada al respectoAffrupto2 04 nov


World of Warcraft is set in the same universe as the Warcraft series of real-time strategy games and has a similar art direction.[10] World of Warcraft contains elements from fantasy, steampunk, and science fiction: such as gryphons, dragons, and elves; steam-powered automata; zombies, werewolves, and other horror monsters; as well as time travel, spaceships, and alien worlds.
El mapamundi de World of Warcraft es muy extenso, ya que cuenta (a partir de las expansiones) con CUATRO dimensiones o mundos: Azeroth, Terrallende, Draenor y Argus, que cada uno cuenta con continentes, numerosas regiones, ciudades y mazmorras que se pueden explorar. Las tierras incluidas con el juego básico son los Reinos del Este y Kalimdor. Después, con cada expansión se fue aumentando poco a poco el mapamundi añadiendo nuevas zonas a explorar, o remodelando las tierras anteriores, actualmente el juego base World of Warcraft Battlechest incluye contenido explorable hasta la expansión de Legion, incluyendo las dos tierras mencionadas anteriormente, Pandaria, Terrallende y Rasganorte.
02 nov Límite de debuffs Encontré casualmente este hilo de los yankees: https://us.battle.net/forums/en/wow/topic/20769688337#post-7 Viene básicamente a teorizar el hipotético caso de que eliminasen el límite (20) de debuffs a aplicar en bosses, pues se confirmó en su día que se debía mas a una limitación técnica que a algo planeado. Y como a día de hoy parece que van a recorrer el espinoso sendero de levantar "limitaciones técnicas" como era por ejemplo el tema de los gráficos... ¿Que os parece? A mi que sin el límite poco tardaría la élite PvE en configurar estrategias basadas en meter 20 brujos en la banda o desnortes de ese tipo para aprovecharse de ello y tirar las bandas mas rápido, teniendo entonces que retocar números de daño sin saber o a la prisa y resultando en un vanilla custom. Y eso que nunca me gustó el límite por valga la redundancia limitar a los cazadores a no usar picadura de serpiente, a los pícaros veneno mortal, los sellos del paladín en jefes porque los guerreros debían aplicar sus sangrados y reducciones de armadura.Nosoyexample19 02 nov
In May 2007, Blizzard filed a complaint against in Game Dollar LLC (trading as peons4hire) in U.S. federal court. In February 2008, the parties filed a consent decree in which in Game Dollar agreed to refrain from using any World of Warcraft chat or communication to advertise any business or sell any services relating to World of Warcraft.[140] In June 2007, World of Warcraft player Antonio Hernandez filed a class action lawsuit against IGE for interfering with the intended use of the game.[141]

The practice of buying or selling gold in World of Warcraft has generated significant controversy.[143] On February 21, 2008, Blizzard released a statement concerning the consequences of buying gold. Blizzard reported that an "alarmingly high" proportion of all gold bought originates from "hacked" accounts. The article also stated that customers who had paid for character leveling services had found their accounts compromised months later, with all items stripped and sold for virtual gold. The article noted that leveling service companies often used "disruptive hacks ... which can cause realm performance and stability issues".[144] In April 2015, introduced a means to sell in-game gold for real money. A player may spend $20 on a one-month "game time token" that can be sold for in-game gold on the auction house.[36]
Some of the challenges in World of Warcraft require players to group together to complete them. These usually take place in dungeons—also known as "instances"—that a group of characters can enter together. The term "instance" comes from each group or party having a separate copy, or instance, of the dungeon, complete with their own enemies to defeat and their own treasure or rewards.[32] This allows a group to explore areas and complete quests without others interfering. Dungeons are spread over the game world and are designed for characters of varying progression. A typical dungeon will allow up to five characters to enter as part of a group. Some dungeons require more players to group together and form a "raid" of up to forty players to face some of the most difficult challenges.[33] As well as dungeon-based raid challenges, several creatures exist in the normal game environment that are designed for raids to attack.[28][34]
El pacífico reino de Azeroth está a punto de entrar en guerra para enfrentarse a unos terribles invasores: orcos guerreros que han dejado su destruido mundo para colonizar otro. Al abrirse un portal que conecta ambos mundos, un ejército se enfrenta a la destrucción, y el otro, a la extinción. Dos héroes, uno en cada bando, están a punto de chocar en un enfrentamiento que cambiará el destino de su familia, su pueblo y su hogar. Así empieza una espectacular saga de poder y sacrificio donde se descubren las numerosas caras de la guerra y donde cada uno lucha por lo suyo. Adaptación del popular videojuego homónimo. (FILMAFFINITY)
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]
In late 2007, a series of television commercials for the game began airing featuring pop culture celebrities such as Mr. T, William Shatner, and Verne Troyer discussing the virtues of the character classes they play in the game.[153] A Spanish commercial featuring Guillermo Toledo, and a French commercial featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme, were also televised.[154] Two more were shown in November 2008, featuring Ozzy Osbourne and Steve Van Zandt.[155] Another commercial in the series, which began airing in November 2011, featured Chuck Norris and played on the Internet phenomenon of "Chuck Norris facts".[156]
15 nov ¿A qué aspiráis realmente en WoW Classic? Buenas, Ha pasado más de una década desde que cientos de miles de jugadores de todo el mundo se adentraran por primera vez en World of Warcraft. En aquella época o incluso un poco más tarde, como fue mi caso, muchos, diría que la mayoría, éramos personas jóvenes con pocas responsabilidades en su día a día y bastante tiempo libre, tiempo que podíamos dedicar al que seguramente era uno de nuestros entretenimientos favoritos. Ahora, varios años más tarde, somos personas con las responsabilidades propias de la vida adulta y lógicamente con una cantidad menor de tiempo libre para dedicar a nuestras aficiones. Teniendo esto en cuenta y siendo honestos con vosotros mismos, ¿cuáles son vuestras aspiraciones para WoW Classic? Yo probablemente me dedique a levear varias clases con tranquilidad (¡me encanta levear!) e intentaré ir equipando a un personaje poco a poco con profesiones y mazmorras. Eventualmente, espero poder acceder a las primeras raids, aunque no pienso que pueda comprometerme a raidear de forma asidua. ¿Qué hay de vosotros?Korvael64 15 nov
World of Warcraft takes place in a 3D representation of the Warcraft universe that players can interact with through their characters. The game world initially consisted of the two continents in Azeroth: Kalimdor and the Eastern Kingdoms. Four separate expansions later added to the game's playable area the realms of Outland and Draenor and the continents of Northrend and Pandaria. As a player explores new locations, different routes and means of transportation become available. Players can access "flight masters" in newly discovered locations to fly to previously discovered locations in other parts of the world.[27] Players can also use boats, zeppelins, or portals to move from one continent to another. Although the game world remains relatively similar from day to day, seasonal events reflecting real world events, such as Halloween,[28] Christmas, Children's Week,[25] Easter, and Midsummer have been represented in the game world. Locations also have variable weather including, among other things, rain, snow, and dust storms.[27]
World of Warcraft was recognized at the 2005 Spike TV Video Game Awards where it won Best PC Game, Best Multiplayer Game, Best RPG, and Most Addictive Game.[92] In 2008, World of Warcraft was honoured—along with Neverwinter Nights and EverQuest—at the 59th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for advancing the art form of MMORPG games.[93] In 2009, Game Informer ranked World of Warcraft 11th on their list of "The Top 200 Games of All Time".[94] In 2015, the game placed 3rd on USgamer's The 15 Best Games Since 2000 list.[95]
In late 2007, a series of television commercials for the game began airing featuring pop culture celebrities such as Mr. T, William Shatner, and Verne Troyer discussing the virtues of the character classes they play in the game.[153] A Spanish commercial featuring Guillermo Toledo, and a French commercial featuring Jean-Claude Van Damme, were also televised.[154] Two more were shown in November 2008, featuring Ozzy Osbourne and Steve Van Zandt.[155] Another commercial in the series, which began airing in November 2011, featured Chuck Norris and played on the Internet phenomenon of "Chuck Norris facts".[156]

Some of the challenges in World of Warcraft require players to group together to complete them. These usually take place in dungeons—also known as "instances"—that a group of characters can enter together. The term "instance" comes from each group or party having a separate copy, or instance, of the dungeon, complete with their own enemies to defeat and their own treasure or rewards.[32] This allows a group to explore areas and complete quests without others interfering. Dungeons are spread over the game world and are designed for characters of varying progression. A typical dungeon will allow up to five characters to enter as part of a group. Some dungeons require more players to group together and form a "raid" of up to forty players to face some of the most difficult challenges.[33] As well as dungeon-based raid challenges, several creatures exist in the normal game environment that are designed for raids to attack.[28][34]
World of Warcraft requires a subscription to allow continued play, with options to pay in one-month, three-month, or six-month blocks, and time cards of varying lengths available from retailers, or purchasing a "WoW Token" in-game.[35][36] Expansion packs are available online and from retailers. As the game client is the same regardless of the version of World of Warcraft the user owns, the option to purchase expansions online was added as it allows for a quick upgrade. World of Warcraft is also available as a free Starter Edition, which is free to play for an unlimited amount of time. Starter Edition characters are unable to gain experience after reaching level 20, and there are other restrictions in effect for Starter Edition accounts, including the inability to trade, use mail, use Auction House, use public chat channels, join guilds or amass more than ten gold.[37]
08 nov Propuesta de parches/progreso #NoChanges Hola a todos chicos! Soy Xokas! Un streamer de classic. Os voy a comentar un poquillo lo que opino tanto acerca de la DEMO como acerca de la progresión que han dicho que van a tener en la Classic. He visto bastantes quejas etc acerca de que la demo es una basura, que es injugable, que si tiene LFR o nosequé.. a ver chicos, es una DEMO. La han sacado a trancas y a barrancas porque ya bastante tienen con BFA, que mirad como está xDD Honestamente yo me quedo con todo lo bueno de la demo, que es que hay opción gráfica "classic", que los daños (excepto los críticos, que corregirán probablemente) son muy parecidos, y que la sensación de progreso es la misma, que los metadatos son muy muy parecidos tanto de objetos, de vidas y de posicionamiento de mobs... Realmente se revive la aventura que todos esperamos. Bien, una vez dicho esto, al grano. Me gustaría que no uniesen los parches, pero han dicho que lo van a hacer, así que por lo menos que no los saquen todos apelotonados y mal. Ya estuve explicando en el stream lo que pensaba acerca de los parches. Están MAL. Ese orden es correcto, pero no pueden sacar las cosas en 4 parches o juntan cosas que no deberían estar juntas. Para hacerlo rápido: Parche 1: MC, Onyxia. Parche 2: DM, Kazzak, Azuregos. Parche 3: BWL, BGs, PVP rewards, ZG. Parche 4: AQ, tier 0.5, Silithus, green dragons. Parche 5: Naxx y Scourge. Por qué? Porque sino te cargas el juego. DM tira objetos que son comparables en muchos casos con el loot de MC, aunque sean azules. DM es un sitio al que ir para ir a BWL cuando llegas tarde a la expansión y necesitas buen equipo rápido sin necesidad de farmearte un equipo entero de una raid de 40 personas. Sacar DM y los worldbosses de open, en mi opinión, es un grave error. La economía en vanilla es un pilar fundamental del juego. No es como ahora. Por aquel entonces el dinero tenía muchísimo valor, ya que todo el mundo necesitaba comprar a saco de cosas: enchants, armas, gear, patterns, materiales, montura épica, et etc etc. por lo tanto, si metes DM en el primer parche ya te cargas en parte eso. Por qué? Porque hay varios Pre-raid BiS que salen ahí y que por tanto hacen que no tengas que comprar cosas en AH o no ir a Scholo o Strat, y por lo tanto te estas cargando 2 instances muy chulas. Además de que hay varios spots de limpieza generadores de gold en DM "secretillos" que sirven con mago y alguna clase mas para sacarte bastante dinero. Y eso tiene que llegar en su momento, y es después de MC y Ony. Los Green dragons dan equipo de nature res y son buenos para AQ, se podrían meter antes tb en un parche, pero eso ya no me importa tanto. Lo que quiero es que no se carguen el juego por sacar las cosas de manera completamente atropellada. Hagamos bien las cosas blizzard. Un saludo a todos chicos, leeré vuestras opiniones a ver qué os parece.Hábil18 08 nov
Un concepto de elfo original en los elfos nocturnos, que son de tez violácea clara, y de estatura no menor a los 1,90 metros,12​ cuando la literatura moderna en su lugar los concibe de tez blanca, delicados y muchas veces de una estatura decididamente inferior a la media humana. Estos últimos, en Warcraft, son los descendientes de los nobles elfos de la noche que siguieron el camino de la magia a costa de su inmortalidad y de aquellos caracteres físicos.
↑ Glenday, Craig (2009). Craig Glenday, ed. Guinness World Records 2009. GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS (paperback edición). Random House, Inc. p. 241. ISBN 9780553592566. Consultado el 18 de septiembre de 2009. «Most popular MMORPG game(sic) In terms of the number of online subscribers, World of Warcraft is the most popular Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG), with 10 million subscribers as of January 2008.»
Los orcos arrasan muchas villas en Azeroth. Anduin Lothar, comandante de las fuerzas humanas del Reino de Ventormenta, revisa los cuerpos de algunos de los hombres asesinados, encontrándose con un mago llamado Khadgar, quien explica que está investigando los cuerpos al hallar en ellos indicios de magia vil. Khadgar convence al rey de Ventormenta, Llane Wrynn, de consultar con Medivh, el Guardián de Trisfal, y Llane envía a Lothar y Khadgar a la fortaleza de Medivh, la torre de Karazhan, para informarle sobre la presencia de magia vil en Azeroth. En la biblioteca de Karazhan, una figura fantasmagórica guía a Khadgar hasta un misterioso libro, que él toma.
07 nov ¡La demo de WoW Classic! Ha sido genial presenciar el entusiasmo generado por WoW Classic y la demo para jugar desde casa que lanzamos como parte de la Entrada Virtual de la BlizzCon. Por eso, ¡queremos que la fiesta continúe unos cuantos días más! Hemos ampliado el tiempo para probar la demo de WoW Classic hasta las 19:00 CET del lunes, 12 de noviembre. Así dispondréis del fin de semana para conseguir esas pezuñas de zhebra que os faltan o para cocinar un poco de estofado de los Páramos de Poniente. Esperamos que os haya gustado la demo de WoW Classic, ¡tenemos muchas ganas de compartir con vosotros el juego completo el próximo verano!Taepsilum0 07 nov
Questing was described as an integral part of the game, often being used to continue a storyline or lead the player through the game.[21] The high number of quests in each location was popular, as well as the rewards for completing them.[10] It was felt that the range of quests removed the need for a player to "grind", or carry out repetitive tasks, to advance their character.[20] Quests also require players to explore every section of the game world, potentially causing problems for social gamers or roleplayers seeking somewhere quiet.[21] Quests that required the player to collect items from the corpses of creatures they had killed were also unpopular; the low "drop rate", or chance of finding the items, makes them feel repetitive as a high number of creatures need to be killed to complete the quest.[20] A large number of new players in a particular area meant that there were often no creatures to kill,[21] or that players would have to wait and take turns to kill a particular creature to complete a quest.[10] Some critics mentioned that the lack of quests that required players to group up made the game feel as if it were designed for solo play.[83] Others complained that some dungeon or instanced group quests were not friendly to new players, and could take several hours to complete.[20] Upon release, a small number of quests had software bugs that made them impossible to complete.[10]
On October 7, 2010 World of Warcraft reached a subscriber base of over 12 million players.[135] Since May 2011, the number of players playing had decreased by 10% from 11.4 million to 10.3 million. Blizzard's CEO Mike Morhaime said that the reason was probably due to a drop-off in the Eastern markets.[136] In 2012, senior producer John Lagrave told Eurogamer that the drop in subscriptions may have also been attributed to the recent release of BioWare's Star Wars: The Old Republic.[137]
Seven expansions have been released: The Burning Crusade, released in January 2007; Wrath of the Lich King, released in November 2008; Cataclysm, released in December 2010; Mists of Pandaria, released in September 2012; Warlords of Draenor, released in November 2014; Legion, released in August 2016; and Battle for Azeroth, released in August 2018. Players are not required to purchase expansions in order to continue playing; however, new content and features such as higher level caps and new areas may not be available until they do so.
Especialista en ataque con armas a distancia, además de acompañarle una mascota que ayuda en combate. Disponible para Elfos de la Noche, Humanos, Tauren, Orcos, Elfos de Sangre, Enanos, Draenei, Trol, Renegados, Goblin, Huargen y Pandaren. Poseen tres especializaciones en la rama de talentos: Puntería (daño con armas a distancia), Bestias (más daño con mascotas), o Supervivencia(énfasis en trampas y defensa a corta distancia). Aunque en un inicio eran capaces de llevar todo tipo de armas excepto varitas y mazas, desde el lanzamiento de Mists Of Pantaria (cuarta expansión del juego) pueden usar tan solo ballestas, arcos y armas de fuego. Utilizan armaduras de malla a partir del nivel 40. Generalmente, determinándose por sus propios talentos, hay tres tipos de mascotas:
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