Top Tips For New Players Trying World of Warcraft Classic This 2021

World of Warcraft has received numerous balance patches, new content from various expansion packs and DLCs, and other updates, making it very different from World of Warcraft Classic. Updates to the game through its 10+ years lifespan has changed various mechanics, systems, and other core functionalities that it is practically a brand new game at this point.

In this article, we will discuss a number of tips that are useful for people who are just trying out World of Warcraft classic. If you are interested in knowing wow player base count like current players, unique players per month, subscriptions, and other similar statistics, please refer to this website. Without further ado, let’s start:

  1. Avoid dishonorable kills

The regular World of Warcraft client nowadays allows pretty much the killing of anything that moves. The same cannot be said for World of Warcraft Classic.  Killing the civilian NPCs from the opposing faction will penalize you with a dishonorable kill. There are many civilian NPCs, from shopkeepers, vendors, innkeepers, and other non-combatants. Dishonorable kills carries severe penalties to your character. One of these penalties includes reducing your total honor score, which will remove your access to the highest rewards of PvP lootboxes.

  1. Save money if you want a mount

World of Warcraft nowadays provides easy access to different mounts to new players. The methods of acquiring mounts can be done even outside the game. As an example, simply playing Hearthstone will provide your account with a flying mount.

Getting a mount in WoW classic requires you to level up your account to level 40 first, in addition to saving up 100 gold. 100 gold is a lot, especially back in WoW classic days. Saving money for mounts is a must, since they are not given for free.f

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