The Burning Crusade

Several years have passed since the Burning Legion's defeat at Mount Hyjal and the races of Azeroth have continued to rebuild their once shattered lives. With renewed strength, the heroes of the Horde and Alliance have begun to explore new lands and broken through the Dark Portal to investigate the realms beyond the known world. Will these heroes find friends or foes What dangers and rewards lie in wait beyond the Dark Portal And what will they do when they discover that the demons they thought vanquished have returned to renew their terrible Burning Crusade

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World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade is the exciting new expansion to Blizzard's award-winning massively multiplayer online role-playing game. It expands the game by tremendous bounds, adding new races, lands, Battlegrounds, professions and items, and more Burning Crusade FAQ.

New races
The Burning Crusade expansion contains two new playable races:

Blood elf -- A faction of former Alliance members join the Horde in the expansion. They are led by Regent Lord Lor'themar Theron. Blood Elf capital is Silvermoon City. Their racial mount is the bird-like hawkstrider and their language is Thalassian.
Draenei -- A faction of uncorrupted eredar join the Alliance. They are led by their prophet, Velen. The draenei capital city is The Exodar. Their racial mount is the elephant-like elekk and their language is Draenei.
The expansion also allows previously faction-exclusive classes to be played on the opposing faction, with the inclusion of Horde blood elf paladins and Alliance draenei shaman.

New mounts
Each new race received its own new mount:

Blood elf -- a hawkstrider (originally called a cockatrice). These mounts can be found outside the entrance to Silvermoon City. Blood elf paladin mounts, are the same as alliance though they are red instead of the alliance blue.
Draenei -- an elekk ("a creature with a resemblance to a caparisoned war elephant" - GameSpot). These mounts can be found outside The Exodar.
New mounts are also available via drop from high-end instances such as Karazhan.[2]

Flying mounts
Main article: Flying Mount
Flying mounts are only useable in Outland at level 70. The Horde and Alliance have the wyvern and gryphon, respectively, as standard mounts. The epic mounts are the armored wyvern and armored gryphon.

In addition there are rare mounts such as netherdrake and swift Nether Drake.[3] An armored nether drake can be obtained by ranking in the top 0.5% at the end of an Arena season, and the unarmored netherdrake can be obtained through a series of quests.

Normal flying mount training costs 800 and the mount costs 100 . Training for flying mounts requires a skill of 150 (epic mount) and brings it up to 225. The epic version of the flying mount cost 5000 for the training and 200 to buy. Training for epic flying mounts requires 225 riding skill and upgrades it to 300.

Druids receive Flight Form at level 68 that offers the ability to fly and has a speed equivalent to a normal flying mount.[4] Druids may obtain a quest at level 70 to obtain an epic flight form.[5] Purchasing riding skill 300 is a requirement for the quest

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  • An increase in the level cap to 70
  • Two new playable races, including the magical Blood Elves
  • New starting zones in Quel'Thalas and beyond
  • The entire new continent of Outland, reachable through the Dark Portal
  • Many new high-level dungeons to explore in Azeroth, Outland, and elsewhere
  • New flying mounts in Outland
  • Many new and dangerous monsters, including epic world bosses
  • Hundreds of new quests
  • Hundreds of new items
  • A new profession: Jewelcrafting
  • Socketed items

With the release of World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade, many core aspects of the game will be improved, expanding the choices available to players and streamlining some gameplay elements. For example, new raid encounters are being designed for a maximum of 25 players, and the PvP system will change how honor works in the game. Following this general strategy of making gameplay even more rewarding and expanding the playing experience with new, interesting content, the professions of World of Warcraft are also set to receive major updates to ensure that they remain a fun and worthwhile part of your adventures in Azeroth and beyond.
When the time came to begin the professions update for the expansion, the dev team took a very close look at all the work that had gone into the profession system so far. There were some things the team felt could be improved in World of Warcraft's professions to make them more interesting, more valid, and most importantly, even more fun. The expansion will allow the dev team to upgrade the profession system, and to provide players with cool new gadgets, equipment, and consumables that will help them brave the many challenges of Outland.

On the following pages, you'll find a brief summary of what changes you can expect to see in World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade for each profession. Keep in mind that there is always a chance that these plans may change, but this is what's on the drawing board at the moment.