the burning crusade classic phases, raids, dungeons
  • Author: Furious
  • Date: April 15, 2021
  • Expansion: TBC Classic

We’re pretty excited for TBC Classic, accordingly we wanted to put together a simple infographic to highlight the phases, new races, raids, dungeons, and zones for players that wanted a quick reference!

You can find the full infographic at the bottom as well as the text data directly below in the expandable box.

Races

  • Blood Elves
  • Draenei

Zones

  • Outland
    • Hellfire Peninsula
    • Zangarmarsh
    • Terokkar Forest
    • Netherstorm
    • Nagrand
    • Blade’s Edge Mountain
    • Shadowmoon Valley
    • Netherstorm
  • Caverns of Time
  • Isle of Quel’Danas
  • Starting Zones
    • Blood Elves
      • Eversong Woods
      • Ghostlands
    • Draenei
      • Azuremyst Isles
      • Bloodmyst Isles

Phases

  • Phase 1: Karazhan, Magtheridon’s Lair, Gruul’s Lair
  • Phase 2: Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep
  • Phase 3: Black Temple and Hyjal
  • Phase 4: Zul’Aman
  • Phase 5: Sunwell

Dungeons

  • Hellfire Citadel – (Region: Hellfire Peninsula)
    • Hellfire Ramparts (60-62)
    • The Blood Furnace (61-63)
    • The Shattered Halls (70)
    • Magtheridon’s Lair (Raid)
  • Coilfang Reservoir – (Region: Zangarmarsh)
    • The Slave Pens (62-64)
    • The Underbog (63-65)
    • The Steam Vaults (70)
    • Serpentshrine Cavern (Raid)
  • Auchindoun – (Region: Terokkar Forest)
    • Mana-Tombs (64-66)
    • Auchenai Crypts (65-67)
    • Sethekk Halls (67-69)
    • Shadow Labyrinth (70)
  • Caverns of Time – (Region: Tanaris Desert)
    • Escape from Durnholde (66-68)
    • Opening of the Dark Portal (69-70)
    • The Battle for Mount Hyjal (Raid)
  • Tempest Keep – (Region: Netherstorm)
    • The Mechanar (70)
    • The Botanica (70)
    • The Arcatraz (70)
    • The Eye (Raid)
  • Sunwell Plateau – (Region: Isle of Quel’Danas)
    • Magister’s Terrace (70)

Raids (10 player)

  • Karazhan – Deadwind Pass – 10 player limit.
  • Zul-Aman – Ghostlands – 10 player limit.

Raids (25)+

  • Magtheridon’s Lair – Hellfire Citadel – Hellfire Peninsula
  • Serpentshrine Cavern – Coilfang Reservoir – Zangarmarsh
  • Tempest Keep – The Eye – Netherstorm
  • Gruul’s Lair – Blade’s Edge Mountains
  • The Battle for Mount Hyjal – Caverns of Time – Tanaris Desert
  • Black Temple – Shadowmoon Valley
  • Sunwell Plateau – Isle of Quel’Danas

Outdoor Raid Encounters

  • Doomwalker – Shadowmoon Valley
  • Doom Lord Kazzak – Hellfire Peninsula
The Burning Crusade Classic Infographic - Phases, Raids, Dungeons - TBC Classic

About the Author

Furious

If I'm not working or spending time with the family I'm probably gaming. Some of my favorite recent games I've played are Far Cry 5, World of Warcraft Classic, and 7 Days to Die.

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nhem
nhem
19 days ago

we need dual spec

Kurathis
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Reply to  nhem
17 days ago

I’d be curious to hear your reasoning for it.

ere
ere
9 days ago

Where did you get this info from, just curious? Because during retail TBC, Hyjal was released during phase 1.

Hrtc
Hrtc
Reply to  ere
9 days ago

Mount Hyjal was definatelly not released during phase 1. It was released with Black Temple just like it is going to launch now.

Kurathis
Editor
Reply to  ere
9 days ago

There’s often quite a bit of confusion regarding Hyjal’s actual release date, since in the initial days following its release, it was incredibly buggy. Some say that it was included in TBC’s release with the first clear coming after 2.1.0 (Reportedly on May 25, 2007) Some say that it was released in 2.1.0.

With the initial release of TBC back on January 16, 2007, we had access to the Tier 4 and Tier 5 raids. 30 weeks later, Mount Hyjal was released with Black Temple on May 15, 2007 (Patch 2.1.0) 18 Weeks later, Zul’Aman was released (Patch 2.3.0 on November 13, 2007) And the final content patch before Lich King (2.4.0) saw Sunwell Plateau released on March 25, 2008.

Last edited 9 days ago by Kurathis
JazzFan
8 days ago

I love infographs like this! I would print it out and hang it up in my office, but I don’t think my ceilings are quite tall enough.

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