Jaroslav Racek, a policeman by day

  • Blizzard is inviting World of Warcraft: Shadowlands players to select which Classic gold free mount they get following the expansion releases on October 27.

    Mounts, which are an essential way of transport in the massive world of Azeroth, have become a popular area of the MMO experience: many players collect as many as you can whilst others lust after super rare ones.

    In Q1 2021, Blizzard will be incorporating a brand new mount to the match -- and now gamers get to choose which one of five theories it will be. Blizzard's art group has yet to finalise another bracket, and the layout with the most votes globally will soon be added to the match in a later patch.

    The five concepts are:

    Wandering Historical -- Not all ancients want to know more about war or lore, some just need to travel the world! A large and leafy mount, the Wandering Ancient invites one to climb aboard and grab ahold of its branches as you embark on a lumbering expedition.

    Soaring Spelltome -- In the forgotten depths of this Dalaran library, this oversize tome was found flapping madly around the room. Open the pages of the arcane-infused publication and hitch a ride to magical adventure. Some were captured by the Argent Crusade and turned by their allies in the Ebon Blade. The Pandaren of Halfhill awakened the next morning to locate the crops half-eaten and an enormous, slumbering caterpillar among these. Too large to become a butterfly, this friendly worm is just the correct size to train as a bracket.

    Czech World of Warcraft fans donned costumes on Saturday to bring the massively popular online game to life, pushing ahead with a scaled-back festival after the coronavirus pandemic postponed the annual event earlier this season.

    The annual spring festival usually brings up to 200 fans but organisers said turnout was about 60 this year after the delay caused by coronavirus lockdowns in Europe.

    "We are just happy that this year (the festival) is happening," explained Eliska Pabl Kaplanova, one of the organisers. "So this year it's a smaller point."

    The internet role-playing game has become a cultural phenomenon since launching in 2004, with millions of gamers worldwide.

    Jaroslav Racek, a policeman by day, said he was making his seventh visit to the Czech event and he it was a opportunity to be immersed in something distinct.

    "There is a great group of folks here," he said, dressed as a"Burning Legion" demon. "A individual could enjoy himself in this world and cheap wow gold classic not simply sit at a computer."