Players of World of Warcraft Classic can continue their quest for fame and glory with the Blackwing Lair. Originally released for World of Warcraft back in July 2005, Assault on Blackwing Lair is an epic raid pits players against a very challenging opponent.
Originally released in World Of Warcraft back in July 2005, Assault on Blackwing Lair has made a comeback in WoW Classic. In the raid you’ll be challenged to defeat Deathwing’s son, Nefarian, who’s been doing some nasty sounding experiments on the poor dragonflights. The 40 player raid dungeon arrived in a nice big update yesterday, along with some brand new reputation rewards and class quests, too. Anyone related to a guy named “Deathwing” can’t be good news, you should probably gather some friends to stop him ASAP.
Gamers in North America can expect access to the Blackwing Lair by 3pm, or 6pm ET, depending on where you live. “In the dark recesses of the mountain’s peak, Nefarian, the eldest son of Deathwing, conducts some of his most awful experimentation, controlling mighty beings like puppets and combining the eggs of different dragonflights with horrific results,” the official description explains. In addition, our site 5mmo.com has a large quantity of safe Vanilla WOW Gold For Sale.
“Intent on seizing the entire region for his own, he marshalled the remaining Dark Horde, a rogue army that embraced the demonic bloodlust of the old Horde. “These corrupt orcs, trolls and other races battled against the Firelord Ragnaros and the shadowy Dark Iron dwarves for control of the smouldering mountain. Before he was vanquished by fearless heroes, Nefarian created the twisted chromatic dragons and a legion of other aberrations in his bid to form an army powerful enough to control Azeroth and continue the legacy of his infamous father, Deathwing the Destroyer.
This update was Phase 3 of WoW Classic’s content plan. Phase 4 is expected to drop sometime this summer, introducing the Arathi Basin, Zul’Gurub raid, and Green Dragons. People are always telling me how good they think WoW Classic is, like Christos Reid who thinks playing it feels a bit like coming home.