Just if you're curious, mage boosting is not effective in the same way in TBC, as of 2.0 blizzard hard nerfs AE putting damage caps on these abilities. Essentially the mega maradon and ZG trash pulls are not a thing in TBC because the mage will OOM trying to kill them. Mage boosting not efficient in TBC WoW Classic.
The best arena comps in TBC for both the 2v2 and 3v3 bracket isn’t exactly clear-cut. According to most players, Dreamstate Druid+Subtlety Rogue is considered the best 2v2 comp while 3v3 is a toss-up between WLD, RLP, RMP, and RLD. As you look forward to increasing your chances of success in the arena and maybe one day proclaiming yourself as ...
Boosting like you saw on Classic will stop to exist in TBC for 3 reasons : Level 70 booster into Vanilla content = less XP for players that are boosted. AoE are soft-capped, the end of the good old Blizzard. Daily quest provide a solid income without the need to depends on player that need boost to make gold.
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If the 2 others players are level 15, the group bonus effect will give you as a level 20 more exp than it would give if the 2 others were level 20 or up. Which means, If u want a perfect group you will want the other 2s to be the absoulute lowest they can be. Example. So in SFK u want a grp of. a Level 60 Booster.
1. Stratholme Introduction. Once the jewel of northern Lordaeron, the city of Stratholme is where Prince Arthas turned against his mentor, Uther Lightbringer, and slaughtered hundreds of his own subjects who were believed to have contracted the dreaded plague of undeath. Arthas' downward spiral and ultimate surrender to the Lich King soon followed.