Celebrate WoW's 10th Anniversary In November
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
November will mark the 10th anniversary of Blizzard Entertainment's fantasy MMO juggernaut World of Warcraft. To celebrate the achievement the company will be offering a few in-game events and items to its devoted players. Some of the anniversary fun will include a Tarren Mill vs. Southshore themed Battleground, a special 40 player Raid Finder version of Molten Core for max-level players, and a new pet: the Molten Corgi.
Tarren Mill vs. Southshore: The RematchLearn more at the links below.
Gearing Up To Celebrate
If you engaged in PvP early on in WoW, you might have fond memories of—and perhaps a few scars from—the endless tug-of-war between Horde and Alliance players at Tarren Mill and Southshore. To recapture that feeling, we’ll be opening a Team Deathmatch–style Battleground based on that timeless struggle. However, unlike the old days of Tarren Mill vs. Southshore, there will be a clearly defined victor, so you’ll need to work as a team or face crushing defeat.
Molten Core Gets Boosted
Molten Core provided many WoW players with their first taste of WoW raiding. For the anniversary celebration, max-level players will be able to participate in a special 40-player Raid Finder version to relive the experience of hunting down Ragnaros and his minions within his fiery lair. Downing the Firelord will earn you an Achievement and a special Core Hound mount reward (fireproof leg armor not included).
Anyone who logs in during the 10-year anniversary event will also be able to claim a feisty, fiery new pet: the Molten Corgi! Just think of the corgi-parade potential when you and your friends summon these wee waddling balls of fire for a walk.
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