Anyone who has followed WoW Classic extensively knows: There is a world-first meta for the classic area of World of Warcraft, and there are quite a few guilds that invest an enormous amount to achieve certain achievements within the classic ecosystem first. It's been clear for at least the last few hours that this meta will play a role in WoW: Burning Crusade Classic as well.
First, news made the rounds (via Wowhead) that a group from the EU Guild Progress was able to reach level 70 through repeated dungeon grind after about 13 hours. Hacez, Kennygodx, Dt, Nigoshima, and Kynmagetwo started their leveling journey in the old world, as they had a number of quests to complete beforehand. After that they went to the dungeons of Outland.
Since at the time of the last level-ups many other members of the guild had already reached level 68 or 69, it was clear at that point that the first boss pulls in Gruul's Lair and Co. would be coming soon. In fact, however, it was the players of APES who - as in WoW (buy now €14.99 ) Classic and Molten Core - set out very early for the first boss pull. This time, however, they failed. One level 70 character and numerous fighters between level 67 and 69, that's just not enough for the High King.
Word-First-Tour through the TBC-Classic-Content
Progress also had a few characters below level 70 when the guild reached Gruul's lair. However, after only three attempts, Raufgar lay defeated on the ground. Seeing no land at Gruul's lair at first, the guild split up into dungeon groups again to farm equipment and experience while completing the Attunement quest line for Karazhan.
Once enough players had completed the latter, they headed to the Mountain Pass of the Winds of Death, and sure enough, Attumen, Moroes, and the Maiden were soon in the dirt (here's the log of the three kills). After that, Progress headed back into the Shear Ridge, defeated Gruul (here's the log), only to immediately head on to Magtheridon's Chamber. The probably hardest challenge of TBC-Classic-Phase 1 was also mastered after eight wipes (here's the log, too).
Afterwards we went back to Karazhan, where the remaining bosses (without the Nightmare) had to be killed (the log with all kills). To achieve all this, the players took a long time without sleep. This, of course, left its mark. One player even fell asleep during a raid break. At that point, the launch of TBC Classic was almost 24 hours ago. You can find videos of the Firstkills on Tetsu's Twitch channel, among others.
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