It has been relatively quiet in Azeroth ever since players have defeated N’zoth the Corruptor in the maddening maze of Ny’alotha, the Waking City. The entire world of Warcraft seems to be holding its collective breath in the wake of Shadowlands. On the Classic front, players are busy wiping the enemy team in Arathi Basin while waiting for Zul’Gurub and Dragons of Nightmare. However, according to a recent survey, it seems those updates might not be the only ones cooking in Blizzard’s kitchen.
According to Wowhead, Blizzard is currently sending out a survey dedicated to character creation options in “classic” Burning Crusade server. Here’s the text version of the question:
Thinking about the potential ways a player could start a character in “Classic” Burning Crusade, which of the following would you prefer most? (Please select one)
Continue playing my current Classic character on my existing server as it progresses to the Burning Crusade expansion, with the option to transfer to a Classic server that will never progress past level 60.
Start a brand new character from level 58 on a new Burning Crusade server.
Start a brand new character from Level 1 on a new Burning Crusade server.
Continue playing my current Classic character on my existing server that will never progress past level 60, with the option to transfer to a Burning Crusade server.
— KLRS🎙 (@Kaelaris) March 27, 2020
Additionally, Blizzard has announced that Legacy Loot rules are coming to Legion instances on the next reset as opposed to waiting for Shadowlands to be able to get your shiny Nighthold/Tomb of Sargeras/Antorus transmogs!
We’re reached that point in an expansion where the content from the previous expansion no longer requires a full group, and the rewards are primarily sought by transmog collectors. With this change, Legion raid and dungeon encounters will drop a fixed quantity of class-agnostic loot. Today, if you and one other player enter Emerald Nightmare on Mythic difficulty and kill Nythendra, it’s unlikely that you’ll receive any loot, since drop rates normally scale to the number of players. After this change, Nythendra will always drop 5 items from her loot table, regardless of your group size.