While some gamers are getting WoW mounts for sale and buy World of Warcraft gold, there are hardcore players who are doing even greater things. Check out these stories now.
World of Warcraft is an online game where players can be whoever they want to be, but some stories about what some do are just impossible–yet, it actually happened.
Over the years since World of Warcraft was first released to PC owners back in the day, its players have been adapting and in turn, getting a whole lot better at kicking butt. World of Warcraft is not a hard game by any means, but it has a bit of a learning curve to it, especially World of Warcraft Classic, the old school WoW that everyone grew up with. As a result, some players resort to having to buy WoW gold and even WoW mounts for sale. Players would gasp at the thought of not having a mount these days, but back then, mounts were extremely expensive. The players of the old had no choice but to trudge with their own two feet–and they had to do it for almost the entirety of the game. But now, everyone can easily get a mount. Everyone can farm thousands of WoW gold in just an hour. Times have changed, for sure. But still, there are some stories from the World of Warcraft community that still manages to surprise many gamers either in awe.
1. The Existence of Pet Battles
World of Warcraft has always been a “head to point A and do a quest, kill this monster, then go to point B to collect an item, and back to point A to finish the quest” kind of game. This rinse-and-repeat method, while has been successful, can lead to many players becoming somewhat bored of the game. They can’t help it after all. If they do the same things over and over again, then it’s unavoidable to get tired of it. That’s when Blizzard had this crazy idea to put in pet battles. Pet. Battles. There were clamors in forums and Discord groups when this was first announced. No one had expected this from Blizzard before.
They always played it safe. Some loved the novelty of having a Pokemon-like experience in an MMORPG, while others are hesitant about the idea. During this time, Blizzard didn’t exactly have a clean reputation. Players were still licking their wounds over the release of the Battle of Azeroth expansion (which was terrible, by the way). The idea was simple: players could collect pets that are similar to WoW mounts for sale and they can also buy WoW gold to purchase these critters. The gameplay is turn-based and there will be quests for the battles that players can do optionally. Players can raise their companions to level 25 which is the maximum level for pets, so they can at least get a few hours of fun with the mini-game.
2. Two People Managed to Take Down A Boss That’s Meant for Over 40 People
Raid bosses aren’t anything new to World of Warcraft but it doesn’t change the fact they can be grueling and downright difficult at times. Raid battles usually have up to 40 people, and are, of course, expected to have some of the best armor and weapons that money can buy to be as effective the battle session as possible. Back in the early days of World of Warcraft, Onyxia was part of the first raid bosses that was introduced.
While the black dragon isn’t as powerful now compared to before, people would still have to band together with at least 30 to 40 people to be able to defeat it. However, two people did what has never been done before. Two players by the name of Genidisarray and Shiftus managed to take down the formidable beast. They were of the warrior and priest class, so they had to perfectly coordinate with one another on the use of abilities as well as items. The battle went on for exactly 57 minutes, but thanks to lots of mana potions, Genidisarray and Shiftus managed to survive the whole ordeal and defeated the large, black dragon.
3. A Player Reached the Maximum Level Without Leaving Kezan
Kezan is considered by many as their first starting point in World of Warcraft since it’s the game’s starting area. This is where players learn the basics. After a while, these players leave to go to greener pastures and gain more experience. Nobb the Goblin, however, did not take this route. Instead, he opted to farm up experience points there and, after a while, reached the maximum level that a character can attain in the game. Most players would go to greater heights and try to get stronger through there, but instead, Nobb soaked up all the experience he could get at his comfort zone until there was no more. This was unheard of and shocked the community. Since Nobb didn’t leave Kezan, he wasn’t able to enter dungeons or do PvPs. The story has led many people to try out different alternatives when it came to leveling up.
For every online game, there are some hardcore players out there who love defying the norms and what the game tells them to do. Some gamers would buy WoW gold or WoW mounts for sale just to complete a certain quest when in reality, there isn’t exactly a need for it. Luckily, World of Warcraft is an MMORPG where everything is open-world and people can do everything at their own pace. This has led to some unbelievable stories that would not have been possible if it weren’t for WoW’s trait of letting the players do as they please. What do you think of some of these stories? Let us know some of your experiences in World of Warcraft down below.