Furthermore, garrisons act as a base for followers, whom I could oversee and dispatch to accomplish missions on their own. My first follower was a non-player I found in an underground cave cheap WoTLK Classic Gold. This person went on to help me at my garrison. Followers are assigned missions to complete, with different parameters that determine their level of accomplishment and the rewards they earn.
To keep an eye on the progress of these missions, I was able to navigate to the in-game mission tab at any time. Since I was not able to take part directly in the assigned missions, I was able to observe the mission timer run down. After a mission was complete I was expected to go back to the garrison review the results and to claim any rewards, creating a reason for me to regularly return to my current base. With the numerous structures that I'm yet to build, the feature evidently requires some commitment to time, but it does add a layer of management into an otherwise intense beta experience.
Indeed, the content that I've looked at in this Warlords of Draenor beta feels very familiar and never deviating too far from traditional World of Warcraft tropes. It's not to say that the experience was not enjoyable. Because of the questing system which comes from several changes to expansions as well as its rich legends to explore taking a step back into the past within Warlords of Draenor struck a balance between the old and new. The introduction of garrisons and the appearance of the key characters in the World of Warcraft universe were enough to rekindle enthusiasm that could be quenched by taking on the MMORPG once again upon its release.
World of Warcraft Movie Video Explains How Orcs Were Brought to Life
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