So, does that troll city feel like a tough nut to crack? Well, it should! One could certainly use a Zul’Gurub boost because the Soulflayer’s realm is no joke! Indeed, and it would probably be wise to buy Zul’Gurub carry crew to make sure that the infamous Corrupted Blood incident does not repeat itself!
Not in the loop? Then keep on reading and learn about the event and how you can earn epic-quality loot reliably in your preparation for future runs! There be some fantastic mojo up in here good mon!
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Zul’Gurub acts primarily as an intermediary raid and will serve as a wonderful preparation before you venture into the Molten Core or Blackwing Lair, and considering that the group for this raid requires only 20 people you can safely bet that there will always WoW Classic ZG carry for sale.
The loot features no tier gear, the raid has its own class-based 5-item gear set and all weapons found there come with either high stats or a helpful proc! And don’t shy away from the blue color, back in the day rares used to be actually worth something, so wear them with pride!
And before you purchase that WoW Classic Zul’Gurub boost, be sure to find Exzhal in Stranglethorn Vale and grab his quest! Successfully finishing this chain would yield an amazing powerful trinket as well as a solid piece of gear! Buying additional WoW Vanilla Zul’Gurub carry runs would help you improve reputation with the Zandalar Tribe, yes the very same featured in Battle for Azeroth, and unlock marvelous BoP crafting recipes the products of which will surely command a high price at the Auction House. Of course, multiple purchases of boosting runs would be required to get the exalted status, but this order features both self-play and piloted options, so use them to your advantage.
Oh, and in case you’re genuinely interested in the Corrupted Blood incident then here’s a piece of World of Warcraft trivia for you: Corrupted Blood is a debuff that is cast on players by Hakkar the Soulflayer, the final boss of this dungeon. Its key feature was an uncanny ability to spread to other players. It was intended to last only seconds, but due to an oversight (and some malicious intent), it could get stuck to pets. Once contracted, people happened to bring it to cities like Orgrimmar and Stormwind, initiating an actual plague that would wipe the cities clean of all players! Sure, this error would probably be fixed right away, but we humbly ask you not to try and repeat it during your WoW Vanilla ZG boost runs.