Dragonflight, the third expansion of the MMO World of Warcraft, was released back in November of 2009, nearly seven years ago. It’s incredible to think that just eight years ago we didn’t have many of the things that we take for granted today, such as flying mounts and the ability to ride on our drakes in Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdoms . Dragonflight brought about many innovations to World of Warcraft , but not everyone knows about all the new features that were added by this expansion! Here are some of the most mind-blowing facts about Dragonflight that you never knew before! Mind-Blowing Facts About Dragonflight in World of Warcraft
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Two Worlds – Azeroth and Draenor
Two different worlds share a similar name; Azeroth is that name. However, there is also a world called Draenor, and it might seem as if they are one and the same, but they are not. So, how do these two worlds differ from each other? For one thing, Azeroth is located on planet Earth and Draenor happens to be located on another planet altogether. But that’s not even close to all there is to know about these two namesakes.
Epic Story Line
Over time, it becomes clear that Saurfang is convinced that some force or creature is trying to turn his son against him. In addition, Saurfang reveals that he was once friends with King Varian Wrynn and hoped to get him on his side. He even goes so far as to say that Varian was a better king than Llane ever was. Clearly, there’s a lot more going on here than meets the eye—and we can’t wait to see how it all unfolds!
Epic Soundtrack Section: Dragons Found In World Of Warcraft Section: Exciting New Class – The Shaman
Shamans are a new class found only in Azeroth. They can be either Horde or Alliance, and can choose between either Affliction (Horde) or Elemental (Alliance). Shamans use melee weapons such as maces, axes, and daggers. Being able to wield both kinds of weapons makes them a good tank for high level dungeons. There is also an ability called Unleash Elements that allows you to summon two elemental spirits for you and your party members.
Level Cap increased From 60 To 70
The level cap has been raised to 70, with all of Azeroth’s zones being expanded to that new level. New quests and bosses are included in these new areas, which promise a challenge to even the most seasoned veteran players. With their strategies honed by months or even years, it will be interesting to see how they fare against some old foes who have received a few new tricks up their sleeves. New Race: A new playable race has been added to World of Warcraft: Worgen (Alliance) and Goblins (Horde). These two races offer something unique for each faction, as well as a brand-new starting experience for any player willing to brave their starting zone. For example, Goblin characters begin play on an airship high above Azeroth—an experience sure to give them an edge in combat when they finally set foot on solid ground.
Notable Additions to WoW Include A New Player Vs. Player Mode, An Arena System For Those Who Like To Fight, And Improvements on Their Crafting Systems
All new gear for players to collect. A new PvP (player vs player) system will allow you to fight other players. Also there is a PVE (player vs environment) system that has been improved as well. There will be special gear that can only be obtained by completing quests as well. New reputation tabard have been added so now you can change your appearance depending on what faction you are representing. There are new pets and mounts available too.
Endgame Content Was Enhanced For All Players
The recent release of World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor brought a lot of new content to players. But one addition that may have flown under your radar is how these changes will affect endgame content for all levels, both existing and future characters. Blizzard Entertainment announced on its official website that Death Knights will soon be able to obtain their flying mounts at level 70 if they complete a new questline. Additionally, Flying has been added as an Epic quality ground mount ability available to all other classes. In order to unlock it, you must first reach level 60 with any class or character. Once you hit max level, you can purchase Flying from your class trainer for 1g 50s .
Quests That Are Rewarding As Well As Fun
Two new 5-player instances, Well of Eternity and Hour of Twilight, have been added to Gates of Ahn’Quiraj. Both are located in Silithus. The first is a well-guarded secret resting place that was once used by Aegwynn to hide ancient artifacts from her son Sargeras. Players will fight through demons and dragons alike to secure powerful items vital to their victory over Deathwing’s forces.
The Gathering System Became Even Better
One of our favorite changes is that Daily Quests are no longer bound to a particular zone. So whether you’re questing in Orgrimmar or Stormwind, you’ll receive all available quests at level 85. Once those quests have been completed, additional Daily Quests can be found outside each faction’s capital city (in Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdoms). In addition, players will now receive bonus experience for completing these quests as well as an extra bonus if they have previously completed them. For example: If a player has never received a certain quest before, they will earn 2x experience points upon completion. However, if they have already completed it once before, they will earn 3x experience points instead! Mind-Blowing Facts About Dragonflight in World of Warcraft