Welcome to the third and final Warcraft: Death Knight class expansion. This expansion brings a greater focus on PvP focused on combat and Death Knights. With the help of Kel'Thuzad, a new powerful mortal sorcerer known as the Lich King, the Death Knight is able to become a lich of an incredible power. At the end of each fight, an old friend returns, greatly empowered by the power and knowledge gained from the Lich King.
World of Warcraft is really just a phantasmagoria of an MMO, so it's vital to the players that it be realistic, even if only a tiny bit. Balance has to exist—tactics, all the things players struggle with in a combat situation—but there has to be enough maneuverability to make players want to play a mage or a warrior. Blizzard knows this, which is why there's no auto-attack on your mount or a health bar on your character. It makes sense for mages to have low maximum health, for warriors to be able to take more damage than a hunter and for hunters to deal more damage than a thief.
Warlords of Draenor brings with it a plethora of new content and some epic new ways to customize your character. One of those is at the very top of Draenor, where you can venture to the Flying Log in Gorgrond. For your first time visit, we'll explain how to get there. We'll also talk about a few new quests, how to get there and the fun you'll have when you enter.
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