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World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor Collector's Edition - PC/Mac

Platform : Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac
Rated: Teen
228 customer reviews

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  • Full-color hardcover art book, behind-the-scenes two-disc Blu-ray/DVD set, CD soundtrack, and Warlords of Draenor mouse pad
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Forge your future from the iron of the past

The Iron Horde must be stopped. Garrosh Hellscream has escaped to the past and united with his father Grommash, fierce leader of Warsong clan. Together they are forging the orc clans of Draenor into a savage war machine. It falls to you to crush the Iron Horde before the Dark Portal is completed and the invasion begins. Travel to the Draenor of the past: a world of giants and monsters, a world the fearsome and legendary orc chieftains call home. Face the dangers of this untamable world and bring down the Iron Horde — before both the past and the future are lost forever.

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  • ASIN: B00MP4UBZS
  • Item Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: November 13, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (228 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,406 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Forge Your Future From The Iron of The Past

Drop into the action at level 90

Boost your hero or roll a new one. Start out fresh in armor fit to push back the Iron Horde’s invasion. Been away from the battlefield? Embark on quests integrated into the action to sharpen your skills and get you back in the fight.

Stake your claim on Draenor

Build and customize your own Garrison, a personal fortress to house your spoils of war, seamlessly integrated into the world. Level up your new domain and recruit followers to do your bidding, even while you’re not logged in — then reap the rewards they provide, including epic gear.

Behold striking new character art

See and feel the intensity of battle in greater detail with all-new character models and animations. Each of the classic character races have been reimagined and painstakingly rebuilt from the ground up with amazing fidelity and expression.

Unleash Powerful New Abilities

Summon your friends and guildmates and quest through 10 new levels of epic content. Storm the massive Iron Citadel, assault the Bladespire Ogres of Frostfire Ridge, and battle alongside your brothers and sisters in arms in the Bloodmaul Slag Mines.

Journey to a Classic Age

Travel to a mythic era, and brave the untamed orc home world of Draenor. Quest alongside the lost draenei of Karabor. Adventure with Warcraft legends like Velen the Prophet; Durotan, chieftan of the Frostwolf Clan; and more.


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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert Arrington on November 17, 2014
The game is awesome. All around engrossing once again. I'm going to write this review about the collectors edition contents. There's codes included for 3 packs of hearthstone cards that I don't think was mentioned on the description. That was a nice bonus. The mousepad surface isn't the best. I prefer a bit more cloth feel rather than the laminate used on this one. The soundtrack is incredible!!! I love Russel Bower's work and this is just such a moving album. The art book is pretty good, however most of the ideas look better in game than in the art book.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jerhedman on November 16, 2014
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The first two days after launch were not the greatest as it was difficult to play at peak hours, however at non-peak hours and later days, gameplay was smooth and I am so far very much enjoying this expansion. I haven't had a chance to experience raids yet, but as far as questions goes, it's some of the best I've seen in a long while. Questing in each zone ties into individual stories, and through these stories you are learning a lot about the lore of Draenor, where some of these characters and names came through, and the type of beings the Orcs were before Warcraft I. Each segment of quests are localized, so you aren't running to distant areas to complete quests; it seems as if more than ever, quest givers will move with you so that your time to turn in quests is minimized.

Garrisons are a really cool feature of this game, too. I wasn't too sold on the idea until I started playing, I am rather enjoying the idea of building up my base, sending my followers on quests, and having access to things I would need in a capitol city right there. A hearth comes with it as well, effectively giving you a free hearth to Draenor and allowing you to have your original hearth wherever you want.

I don't yet have an opinion on the crafting, but it was changed quite radically this expansion. You will require the use of your garrison's profession buildings to do the daily in order to buy recipes and get reagents, but there is no easy way to get additional reagents (at least for tailors), which is kind of a bummer. For example, to get additional cloth for tailoring outside of the profession work shop at your garrison, you need to farm herbs to use in conjunction with another drop to create the cloth. If you have an herbalist, great. If not, you are SOL.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Alice Kaye on November 20, 2014
It disappoints, yet doesn't surprise me, that so many people are leaving bad reviews simply because they're upset over some queues that they should have expected in the first place (perhaps not to the extent that we had them, but that is neither here nor there).

World of Warcraft has been a staple in many gamer's MMO careers, including my own. It's a fantastic game with many hours of enjoyable gameplay. The history is vast and while they went in an interesting direction with the lore in this particular expansion, I've found that it quite fits with the way the writers have been doing things as of late, trying to keep everyone on their toes.

Aside from that, I personally feel that this has been the best expansion since Wrath of the Lich King. I was never a huge fan of Burning Crusade or Cataclysm and while I liked Mists of Pandaria, it was lacking in some areas for me. This so far has been a fantastic re-welcoming for myself and thousands around the world.

If you've felt burnt out on World of Warcraft in the last several years, I think this is a nice breath of fresh air. The content actually feels as though skill is required to complete it, rather than just face-rolling through everything. The addition of personal Garrisons (essentially a your own outpost) is a nice side dish to the game, but overall I think the content has been interesting. The other great change has been the update to the character models. They look absolutely fantastic and they're such a joy to look at compared to the old blocky models. I'm excited to see what they do with the Blood Elves, since those appear to have been pushed past release date. To those who like the legacy models, they've retained these as well, and you can toggle between the new and old models which is another great feature.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kala on January 9, 2015
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Warlords of Draenor is by far my favorite expansion since Burning Crusade (Wrath of the Lich King is a close second). Cataclysm was underwhelming for me and I liked Mists of Pandaria, but I got bored and ended up not playing for a year (I kept my account open, but played other games instead of logging in to WoW).

Warlords is the best leveling experience I've ever had in World of Warcraft. This is the first time I've actually enjoyed leveling so much that I immediately went and leveled my alt up to 100 as well. And I have a third character at 93 already. That's fast for me, I'm not huge in to leveling and playing alts. The storyline is immersive and I love how it coordinates with the garrison. I had mixed feelings about the garrisons when I first heard about them, but once I started playing I fell in love. It's just really cool to see it build up and see how it interacts with your character as you progress. I don't want to give away story spoilers, but there's one point in Shadowmoon Valley where you gather your garrison for a big fight and it's pretty cool. The cut scenes and story progression in Warlords are also amazing. I haven't felt this immersed in the story since the whole Wrathgate storyline in WOTLK (which still gives me goosebumps).

A lot of people have complained about garrisons feeling like a chore after 100, but I haven't experienced that at all. I'm using the herb garden to slowly level my alt's herbalism. I try to mine/herb every day, but if I miss a day or two here and there it's really no big deal. I think people have if in their heads that they MUST do everything every day and you know what? You don't have to!
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