Live servers will show you your inventory. Your gear is classy but doesn't do much but look pretty. You stare at the huge numbers on your equipment screen as you lean against a tavern counter, looking like a sultry, blinking Christmas tree in epic glittery violet, and wonder if that's all there really is. You're not likely to be able to look at the trinkets hanging from your belt without getting enervated.
Table of Contents1. Trinkets were still great to trolling in WoW Classic. WoW Classic: How we came to love the bomb You're less alone when you play Classic together Is chaos a ladder? False. Chaos is comedy. Classic! Fun, Excitement, and Something to Do
The ultimate is a click ability which temporarily increases your damage. Great, but another move to add to your arsenal. You look at the Classic servers, exasperated. After a few seconds, you shake your head in disbelief. Why are they smiling? Isn't classic Azeroth slower and more tedious? You pay attention to the happenings and then you squint your eyes. What is the point of that warrior shooting a fireball at a rogue? Why is the rogue in question scurrying through the woods with a fan group of leather-clad night-elves? How in the swirling Nether did this mage manage to get a bloody pirate gun with which he is currently helping a poor priest? After taking a hard look at your legendaryally boring gear, you can finally get out of your clothes and jump into the exciting world of the Classic servers. High stats may not be everything.
Trinkets in WoW Classic were still great for trolling!
The live servers aren't as bad as they seem, but at least we have our toys. If you want to play around with the game a little, your level-120 character will be fine. However, the trinket situation is very grim. Instead of giving us explosions, rainbows and bold effects, trinkets seem boring these days. This may be due to the fact that all the cool stuff is now in the toy box. We don't want trinkets that do more damage or cast faster spells, but we want flamethrowers and death rays that can be used for combat. The Titans gave us the Classic servers. Here you can indulge in the trinket-craze to your hearts' content. Before you disagree with us, we know there is a lot of junk in this server, but that's just to give the player a boost. We don't care. These trinkets can also be used in combat and are often even more useful than the ability to increase your strength by 3 points. Let's face it, this is Classic WoW. Are you really sure we can't think of creative ways to push the limits and drive our fellow players to the wall? Toss your best-in-slot trinkets into the trash and join us at the armory of mad Classic scientists. Be careful not to step on any gnomes, they are scurrying around the area. You should choose one capital if you want to create chaos among your fellow players, or show off in WoW Classic. There are many admirers and victims. Source: buffed
How we came to love the bomb in WoW: Classic
Classic WoW should be a loving place for warriors and rogues. They are the only classes that can't cast spells. Hunters don't count because they use mana in Classic WoW. How can we help our beleaguered normals? You can give them the ability to shoot lasers and whirlwinds as well as other elemental superpowers.
Goblin Dragon Launcher: Engineers were once able to create little packages of joy, love and highly flammable rocket fuel before they were banished to the live servers. The Goblin Dragon Launcher can be made by any level 240 engineer. It is very easy to make. You will receive a gem that you can detonate in five minutes. Your character will then take a spell pose and shoot a ten second flame beam from his hand. This can do up to seven hundred damage points. But here's the catch. The catch? A malfunction does not count as a "use" so you can re-activate your flamethrower immediately afterward. Imagine a sadistic rogue sneaking up on a group enemy players, and using a flamethrower application to combine with a goblin mine behind him. Your character can continue his automatic attacks during the flamethrower animation. Get your "definitely flamethrower" today! Elon Musk will be green with envy!
There is no list without the Carrot. When you complete the Gahz'rilla quest at Zul'Farrak you will receive a Carrot which increases your riding speed by 3 percent. This can be combined with the Riding Skill Enchantment and the Mithril Spores to increase your riding speed by nine percent. No kidding. You're not kidding. The trigger is pulled to drain a portion of your life energy. This takes place over four seconds. Although the drain can vary greatly, it can reach as high as one thousand five hundred health point. So keep an eye on your life bar. After four seconds, all hell breaks free on your poor foe. The Death Ray's damage ranges between seven hundred and three thousands points, not counting critical hits. Otherwise, the thing can inflict damage numbers exceeding seven thousand (7,000!) You get points! This is enough to eliminate a large number of enemies and to clear a medium-sized forest. Your enemy wants to run? The Death Ray is a powerful weapon with an infinite range. It will hit as long as the enemy is within your reach when you started channeling it. Guaranteed. It is not susceptible to resistances or blocking because it causes direct physical damage. The best part is that the Gnome Death Ray can be activated every five minutes. Enjoy a great PvP fight! Send us angry private messages from your demolished enemies.
Six-Demon Bag: Are you not a mage but still want "the power of fire, wind, and all other such things" to smite your enemies? The Six Demon Bag is your friend! What is the purpose of the bag? The Six Demon Bag has more than one function. It also offers a variety of tricks. You can pull a Chain Lightning from it, which jumps to three targets. It's all very basic, but it's still quite nice. It's nice that you can also turn your opponent into sheep without needing to regenerate your health. The bag also contains a whirlwind that completely immobilizes the target for three seconds. The sixth and most entertaining effect is the ability summon a demon. Nothing is more amusing than an enemy thinking they are fighting a single warrior and suddenly having a mana-eating, devil hunter attached at their leg. Or seeing a full-blown hellbeast emerge from the bushes in Elwynn Forest. The accusations of hacking were made at the time. We are curious to see what the reactions to the Classic servers will be.
In Classic, you are less alone if you work together
Are you tired of wandering alone and lonely through Azeroth? We have the answer for you: Bring your own fan club to help you in battle and make your PvP opponents look wide-eyed!
You don't have to ring the bell more than once to clean, beat, or wear leather. Barov worker caller is great fun! This picture is from an old card game. Source: Blizzard Barov Caller: You know what happens: Just as you are about to enjoy your tea from the colonies, a group of riff-raff gathers before your town palace. While sipping your tea, you adjust your monocle. Isn't that great to see the rabble beating their own people? If you've always wanted to feel like a lord, or lady, who can whip the lower classes on their enemies with a wave of a hand and sic them down, the Barov Worker's Caller is for you. You'll find it through the quest "The Last Barov", in the Eastern Plaguelands. Three workers will appear when you ring it. They are usually from your faction and always dressed in brown leather. Contrary to the description, these peasants don't clean or cook. Instead, they flatten everything that isn't at its knees in front of them. These peasants will attack any target, no matter how small or large, with arms flailing. This is not only useful if you have overestimated your self in PvE, as the pawns can draw a lot aggro. You'll have a lot more fun with your goon team, especially in PvP. It's always funny to see the frantic reactions of your enemy. After all, it's rare that you get ambushed in a gang leather night elves, or biker gnomes.
It's even more fun on PvP servers where your summoned raiding party will attack enemies players in Loot bay, for example, with no goblin guards. Enjoy the spectacle while you sip your tea. If your opponent fights back the guards will immediately attack to protect the rich man with his peasant army. Just like in real life! The cherry on top is that the peasants you beat will attack the target until it is dead, the peasants are defeated, or the summoning time runs. This means that the guys can also bring out rogues disguised with blinding powder.
Cannonballer: A tauren warrior is chasing your little gnome priest. Instead of holy light and shadow, why not just shoot a glowing 20-pound cannonball at that fat cow's face? You can just take Cannonmaster Willey of Stratholme to task until he gives up the cannonball runner. This thing does exactly what it sounds. It summons a cannon and fires at the enemy for ten seconds. The damage is quite respectable. We guarantee that you will cause chaos in PvP as your opponent wonders where the flaming projectiles that just blew 1/3 of their health bar came. Did we mention that the cannon targets all enemies in front of it? It also ignores enemy armor. You've always wanted to use an armor-piercing linear accelerator, Classic WoW. Now is your chance. It's also a robot chicken. What more could you ask for?
We recommend combining the Barov Worker Caller and the Cannonball Runner to declare a war of absolute. You can do this in ten minutes. It takes only two clicks to win almost all fights in the open world. Are you surrounded by enemies? Send in the infantry, and call in artillery support. An enemy player? Yell, "Today we dine at hell!" Invoke him and then run him over with your explosive-accented mob! Are you facing an enemy PvP raider? Your cannonball runner will fire up and you can watch the Classic servers try to avoid a heart attack, while your artillery blasts out more than eighty projectiles in a ten second time. Absolutely magnificent.
Is chaos a ladder? False. Chaos is comedy. Classic at least!
There are some of you who don't care at all about flaming revenge, angry mobs and flashing death rays. Some of you don’t have a grand goal, wealth or scheme. Some of you simply want to watch the world go by... We've got your Classic matches!
Deception Ball: Classic WoW does not have a transmog or a toy box that offers over 200 ways to alter your appearance. What you see is what your get. The deception orb, with one exception, is random loot that is dropped with low probability by the Scholomance occultists. You can transform into an enemy faction member for ten minutes by wearing the trinket. Your name and language will not change, but it will still be visible in red to enemies. What can you do with it other than waste huge amounts of gold? You can do a lot with the required criminal energy.
For example, take a rogue. Classic WoW's stealth mode works for your own faction, so friendly players will see you if they get close enough to you - but not your name. This combo option is not well-known. We're trying to spread some chaos by putting on the deception orb and igniting it. Then switch to stealth mode. Now, sneak up on a friendly player, preferably one in a capital, and watch as they frantically spin on their axis. While mage will often throw area spells at your face, rogues will instantly switch to stealth. If you're lucky, someone might shout "Rogue infront of the bank!" Chaos will ensue as other players will have seen you. You can be very nasty by using emotes from stealth. Your in-game voice will also transform into the enemy race's. A gnome villain is a sadistic deceiver. They transform into a Tauren when the orb's used. You might be able to convince one of your friends that he is crazy for talking about Tauren rogues. Have fun with your chaos pencils. Combine the concealment device with the deception orb in Classic and you're ready to head down to the taproom. One player will always freak out. Source: buffed Gnomish Containment Device: Don't feel like dressing up. You want to walk through Azeroth as the Earth Mother created, but if your front door is open, your neighbors will call the town watch. We have the answer! The Gnomish Concealment device will make it easy to cover your legs and talk to your neighbors. You can simply activate the device to make your concealment disappear.
We want to highlight the amazing combo option with Deception Orb. If you disguise yourself as warrior out of sight, transform, scare your friends and then disguise again in your hiding spot, your magic trick will be even more effective. There is no villain around! Except you, of coarse, but you are more of a scoundrel than a class. It's a character trait, not a class. We also want to mention that gnomish hidement is not considered a trade invisibility in the current patch. These are deactivated as soon as you cast a spell. This is in contrast to your device which is only activated when the spell is cast. Want an example? No problem: An angry warrior approaches you and wants to take out your mage. You light the device, then disappear in front the warrior's eyes. Then, calmly, you cast your Pyro Strike while keeping a happy whistle in your lips. The moment the pyro blast hits the warrior's life bar, you appear at his back. Combining that with a Hurtfulness Potion will allow you to reach places you shouldn't be able to reach on your own.
There's fun, excitement, and something to do
We hope you enjoyed our assortment of totally unbalanced, but explosive gems. Seriously, if you're an explorer and are given the option between a necklace made of gold and a brooch with bonus stats, we'll take the rocket launcher. Spread chaos! Blame your friends! You can destroy your enemies with ridiculous trinket combinations that are just as far from balance as Classic WoW's player counts are from the live servers. Don't use boring, useless trinkets! We're looking forward to seeing you in Classic WoW