Your Questions About World Of Warcraft

Ken asks…

What is the difference between World of Warcraft and the two expansion sets?

I wanted to know what the difference is between the original World of Warcraft and the two expansion sets, the Burning Crusade and Wrath of the Lich King. I also was wondering if you can simply play by yourself without paying to play online. Also, do you have to own the original WoW in order to play an expansion set?

dknol answers:

If you are just starting out it's best to just get the original World of Warcraft, unless you want to play a Blood Elf or Draenei. The original World of Warcraft will allow you to play until you get to level 60 (as a Human, Orc, Troll, Dwarf, Night Elf, Gnome, Tauren or Forsaken) and you will no longer be able to level, instead you will earn gold, in the game, as you turn in quests. World of Warcraft works on it's own, you do not need another game to be able to play it.

The Burning Crusade expansion gives you two new races to choose from (the Draenei and the Blood Elves) as well as allows you to level past 60, taking you to level 70. Unless you have Wrath of the Lich King you will not be able to level past 70, instead you will earn gold, as you turn in quests. The Burning Crusade expansion will only work if you have World of Warcraft installed on your computer.

Wrath of the Lich King can only be installed if you have both World of Warcraft and The Burning Crusade installed on your computer. It does not add any new races to play, but instead adds a new class called Death Knight that can only be used if you have a character that is level 55 or over on your account. It also brings new places to quest and will allow you to level past 70, taking you to 80. You will earn gold instead of passing 80.

At the time their is no way to play World of Warcraft (either on it's own or with any of the expansions) while not online. You cannot play on your own, I'm afraid. You can ignore people and try to do every quest you receive by yourself, but some parts of the game are too difficult for one person to do and you'll need to group up with others.

Mary asks…

What is the best class in World of Warcraft?

Im planning on playing World of Warcraft soon but I want to figure my avatar/character now. I just cant choose a class. I want to know what is the best class to you in your opinion and WHY it is?

dknol answers:

Right now druid is the best class, they can heal, dps, and tank, i will try troll druid because of the racial

Betty asks…

How can i make my laptop work effieciently with world of warcraft?

So i tried installin world of warcraft yesterday and my laptop was running so slow, just from opening my internet or to opening the control panel. I have a compaq presairo CQ60, 2.00 GB ram , intel celeron (r) 900 @ 2.20GHz proccessor 64 bit operating system.
So what do i need to make my computer run efficiently and run World of warcraft efficiently well,

dknol answers:

You can't get that laptop running WoW efficiently. It's too old and low-end. And since you cannot upgrade the gaming hardware on a laptop, you're going to need an entirely new computer. Sorry.

Carol asks…

How to install World of warcraft for private server?

i have all the world of warcraft installation disks and Burning Crusade disks. wht do i do, to setup so i can play on the private server, step by step plz.

dknol answers:

This is an easy one first depends on what patch ud like to play right now the best is WoTLK they are best made since cata on private servers still sucks first download from google a thing called install wow.exe from big download and it will install to patch 3.3.3. I think and then start downloading all the patches manually to 3.3.5a and go to a website called molten-wow.com make an account there follow their instruction on how to play on their server and there ya go

Maria asks…

What ports does world of warcraft require?

I need to know what the latest ports that world of warcraft requires are. Can anyone tell me?

dknol answers:

World of Warcraft & Burning Crusade use TCP port numbers 1119, 3724, 6112, 6113, 6114, and 4000 to play, and UDP port 3724 for in game Voice chat. The Blizzard Downloader, which downloads patches, also uses TCP ports 3724, 6112, 6113, 6114, 4000 and the range 6881-6999. For walkthroughs on router and firewall configuration you can use the Networking Help for the Blizzard Downloader page.

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