Wow gold players still have to grind through Outland before you qualify for.
Naxx was tuned easy on purpose, and the devs have been saying for a while that Ulduar to the same extent won't be that way. Ulduar is "the second year class." So we won't be hitting a brick wall, but it probably won't be compared to UBRS either like Naxx often is now.As you all know the fact that Wrath of the Lich King, the second expansion for World of Warcraft, adds the aptly named northern continent of Northrend to the game, along with the first hero class: the Death Knight. Players can advance to level 80, acquiring some exciting new skills, spells, and talents, as they continue their epic adventures.So for the part of the world that matters, Wrath of the Lich King brings a lot of neat content to World of Warcraft. There are many staple additions such as ten more levels, and assorted spells, skills, and talents to go along with them. The big exciting thing is the new hero class: the Death Knight. The Death Knight is part Paladin, part Warrior, and part Warlock, filling the roles of damage-dealer or tank in groups. It's a hero class, because you have to have a level 55 or higher character on the server before you can create a Death Knight, and the Death Knight starts at level 55. It needs no more newbie grind! Once you finish the tutorial quests, you're at level 58 and ready to jump straight into Outland.As a Death Knight, wow gold players still have to grind through Outland before you qualify for Lich King's new continent: Northrend.