What is World of Warcraft
What is World of Warcraft? World of Warcraft is an online game where players from around the world assume the roles of heroic fantasy characters and explore a virtual world full of mystery, magic, and endless adventure. So much for the short answer! If you’re still looking for a better understanding of what World of Warcraft is, this page and the Beginner’s Guide are the right place to start.
So, what is this game? Among other things,
World of Warcraft is a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game. Games in the same genre as World of Warcraft are commonly referred to as MMORPGs, which stands for “Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game.”
Most multiplayer games can accommodate anywhere from two up to several dozen simultaneous players in a game. Massively multiplayer games, however, can have thousands of players in the same game world at the same time, interacting with each other. They are, as the name suggests, massive.
Unlike most games, MMORPGs do not have an offline mode; you need to be connected to the Internet while you play. This doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy these games alone; World of Warcraft offers plenty of content to players who want to go it solo. But since you share a virtual world with other players, you need to be connected to the Internet to join in the fun. Much of the game’s advanced content is geared towards groups of players working together to explore dangerous dungeons and defeat powerful monsters.
In World of Warcraft, each player character has a specific set of skills and abilities that define that character’s role. For example, mages are powerful spellcasters who use magic to inflict damage on their enemies from afar but are very vulnerable to attacks. These traits define the role of the mage: hang back, do a ton of damage, and hope to kill the monsters before they reach you.
In a group context, there are three main roles: tank, damage dealer, and healer. A warrior can choose to serve as a formidable “tank,” or protector. Tanks are resilient, and it’s their job to draw the enemy’s attention away from the more vulnerable members of the group. The aforementioned mages make excellent damage dealers. A priest specialized in healing powers may not do as much damage as other classes, but they can play a vital role, keeping the party alive with healing magic. It’s important to note that all classes, regardless of which role they perform, are able to play solo. Some classes are limited in the kind of role they can play: warlocks and rogues, for instance, are strictly damage dealers. Some character classes, like the druid, can capably fulfill all three roles.
Role-play also means that you play the role of a character living in the game’s fantasy world. How much or how little you role-play is up to you; some players construct entire background histories for their characters and adopt unique mannerisms when they’re “in character.” Immersing yourself completely in the fantasy can be a lot of fun, but tastes vary, and it’s perfectly alright if full immersion simply isn’t your style. This kind of role-play is purely optional, and we provide separate Role-Play realms for those who prefer to play in an immersive world.
To summarize: In an MMORPG, you play the role of a unique character in a persistent online world shared by thousands of other players set in the high-fantasy universe of Warcraft. Before World of Warcraft, there was the Warcraft series of strategy games. World of Warcraft is set in the same high-fantasy universe as the previous Warcraft games, and it builds on and expands a legacy of more than fifteen years of epic storytelling.
Azeroth is a world of swords and sorcery. Its lands are home to a vast number of races and cultures, led by kings, chieftains, lords, ladies, archdruids, and everything in between. Some of Azeroth’s people share bonds of friendship reaching back thousands of years; others are sworn enemies with long histories of bitter hatred. Among all these different kingdoms, cultures, tribes, and territories, two major power blocs are locked in a struggle for dominance.
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Password : blitzhub
How to play without paying?
1. Register your account here
2. Start the game with wow.exe
Last edited by blitzhub; 14th March 2011 at 09:33.
camaner nk intsall ni bro?
Letak semua file .rar dalam satu folder, right click part 1 then extract here.
Password : blitzhub
Tak perlu install, sbb game ni boleh copy/paste
nak main ni kena connect internet ke bro?
dah register akaun aku dekat link BlitzHUB | World of Warcraft
lepas tu aku dah abes download.. aku klik la Wow.exe
kejap lagi macam2 die update last2 sampai dekat WOW: cataclysm..
sekali lagi aku register kali ni link die
den pun dah poning
nk tny nie, aku dh extract dh game nie..
camne nk men kene register kt battle.net dlu ke?
atau men free je?
klu battle.net berbayar...
mane nye warcraft online game nie, kene byr la, bukan free..
Login guna WOW login information. Kalau ko taruk email tu nanti dia akan auto update
P/S - Tiada kaitan ngan Blizzard atau Battle.net. Ini private server.
Last edited by blitzhub; 14th March 2011 at 09:30.
tak bley la bile masuk je suruh pakai battlenet ,itu pun main pakai trial 10 hari .
camne nak main private server . bley ajar step by step tak ??
sbb nk register je kt web 2, loading registration data, terlalu lama..
lg 1 ble klick wow.exe nk msuk id mmg kuar Cataclysm punya version ke?
cam dlm image kt atas 2, 2 image lama?
yang baru nye die kuar cam kt bawh 2...
blitzhub kuar background cam2 ke?
mmg ini nk login atau yg lain..tq..
Last edited by shafskitoz; 28th March 2011 at 22:59.
pls reply n teach me..tq..
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