In 2007, World of Warcraft's first expansion "Burning Crusade" brought players into a whole new continent. It can fly over all areas.
In World of Warcraft nostalgia, flying is not available. In TBC Classic, once players reach level 70, they need to have the Classic TBC Gold financial ability to fly into the sky. In TBC, there are no other requirements for the number of gold coins for flying except for level 70 and having a suitable aircraft. In TBC, there are two levels of flying mount training: normal and epic.
Your movement speed will increase by 60% after normal flight provides you with all the vertical maneuverability required in the outer domain. When traveling in a straight line, you will find that people with the highest level of Classic riding will be faster than you. Ordinary flight training requires 800 gold coins, and a mount requires another 100 gold coins.
The place where things get serious is the epic flight. The airspeed is 280% higher than the uninstalled operating speed. When landing, the epic flying mount will only give you +100% speed.
The faster you are, the faster you want to fly to the sky. For the release of TBC Classic on June 1, many players have begun to make adequate preparations for it. But what we all know is that this work is very costly.
In Shadowmoon Valley, players can conduct training flights and purchase mounts. Players can learn flying skills for the Horde and Alliance in Hellfire Peninsula and Honor Hold in Salma when it was released in 2007.
In the alliance, players can learn to fly from the NPC Ilsa Brewsterbrough in Wildhammer Fortress. They can train in Orrock in Shadowmoon Village. Players have a stronger demand for the low-priced WOW TBC Classic Gold. For many years, https://www.mmowts.com/wow-classic-tbc-gold has been a website focused on reducing product prices and profiting players.