My expansion pits the horde alliance and Horde. The WOW TBC Gold players fight for the control of neutral zones in order to conquer Azeroth. You'll have access to more adventures and flight routes when you're in control of a region. There are quests available while taking on a specific zone in order to aid your faction in gaining control of the area. Instead of fighting 10 raptors as you level up to the highest level, you can take part in the war. After you've taken control of an area, you'll receive new quests that attempt to maintain control. the zone changes depending on which faction is controlling it. Horde is controlling it? Alliance only has two outposts. The Alliance must move at a slow pace. World pvp mixed with NPC's fighting players. Ressource transports from other areas and defend them against the enemies faction.
The LocalDefense channel can be used to announce attacks by enemies at outposts or towns, and to facilitate communication between players. Your team can earn resources from battleground wins to help them in their battle effort. New battlegrounds get introduced matching with each neutral zone (alterac valley = winterspring, warsong = barrens and so on) Make sure to check out the bg's/zones that need help. All your war efforts allow you to acquire better gear for any level, get ranks for your faction and gain access to mounts/tabards, and many more items. It is possible to use your professions to make items required to fight.
There's a lot more to this idea than vanilla but I'm yet to read about a follow-up.
It has flaws I'm aware. Like the differences in max level characters and the imbalance in factions. This makes me realize the potential of WoW although it was already a fantastic game.
I've heard nothing about it, but would be interested in reading more about it . I'm not certain how this could work given the previous games it was based off of however, there's plenty about the development of the alpha version that I've not heard of. Are there any clues on cheap Burning Crusade Classic Gold where I can find out more information about this? Ty, Cheers