learning from experience


World of Warcraft (WOW)  Classic is a  computer game created, crafted by renowned Blizzard recreation. 

There are eight pure races of WOW, namely: humans, dwarves, gnomes, and night elves for the Alliance, and orcs, trolls, tauren, and the Forsaken for the Horde, and nine pure classes of WOW, namely: druid, hunter, mage, paladin, priest, rogue, shaman, warlock and warrior, all are available for the players to choose.

 Keeping intact the game’s originality, only Alliance players become paladins and solely Horde players become shamans.

The real version of World of Warcraft is still keeping up with the standards and continues to be an enormous success for Blizzard, and as a result, it doubled the number of players signed to WoW (counted before its launch last year.)

Since launch, Blizzard has had a rough time facing some criticism from players to use the application of layering technology for the Classic servers in their game.

The layers were introduced to provide pliers with a unique realm. Instead of earning good points, they gathered bad points instead of as players were found to victimize the “layers” by exploiting it and taking advantage of the game economy.