Classes in World of Warcraft

Classes In World Of Warcraft

The game of World of Warcraft, or WoW, is set in a fictional world known as Azeroth and later extending to a further world called Outland. On November 14, 2008, Northrend, the frigid cap of Azeroth, was added. With the latest expansion, Cataclysm, the classic continents of Azeroth were drastically changed as some zones were destroyed and new ones unveiled.

In the game, players design a character to play based on a number of starting options, such as the race of character and its type or class. Gameplay primarily consists of completing quests and dungeon runs, and other in-game activities, in order to obtain rewards which will allow one to improve one's character and equipment in order to be able to complete the more difficult quests and dungeon runs. Players can also participate in player versus player combat, either in large groups, small team matches, or individual skirmishes.

Over time, a number of additional features and improvements have been added to the game world, such as additional locations to explore. Seasonal and periodical events have also been added, such as Halloween, Midsummer and weekly fishing competitions. Players can also modify their in-game experience through the use of third-party modifications such as macros and add-ons. Note that executable software that can edit the game mechanics (such as Glider) is against the Terms of Use.

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