During 2015 and 2016, we saw the rise and popularity of Vanilla Classic 1.12 private WoW Servers: Warsong (now Nemesis), Nostalrius Begins PvP & PvE, Kronos 1 & 2 and Elysium were the main playgrounds, but the Vanilla versions are seeing some decline now.
For the old hardcore gamers, looking for a nice spots to experience their favorite Burning Crusade version of the game – 2.4.3, released in 2007 as the first World of Warcraft expansions, we have some good news. Warmane recently launched 2 realms on their servers, featuring the Burning Crusade.
The first one, called Outland, was released on 20th May and quickly gained a lot of traction. With 13000 population cap, and almost 2k people constantly in the queue, it can be concluded that it is the most overcrowded TBC server. The catch with Outland is.. it has x5 leveling rates. Gold for Warmane’s Outland TBC can be purchased from Gold4Outland.
On the other side, the second Warmane TBC realm made in a completely blizzlike 100% fashion, is called Medivh. It’s population is 1/4 of Outland, but it has x1 leveling rates and allows players to experience TBC WoW as it was 10 years ago. If you are looking to buy Medivh gold, visit this site.
Other than these two, there aren’t many others that can live up to everyone’s expecations. Excalibur is nice but not satisfactory, Archangel is dead-like for a long time now, Hellfire tried to stand up with their Hellfire 2 progressive version, and Hellground, now called the Wargate Project, saw it’s 3rd re-release with very limited success. It seems that Outland outshadowed them all.
Based on the current situation, these two realms will continue to thrive for at least 2 years, especially Outland. It is worthy to note that, Outland also surpassed the main Warmane realm: Icecrown WotLK in terms of population – Icecrown was full with 12k players at any time for a whole year, ever since it was born out of Ragnaros and Deathwing.