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World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade
Game Description:In this first expansion pack for the extremely popular MMO World of Warcraft, you can join the Horde as one of the power-driven Blood Elves, explore the scarred Orcish homeland of Draenor, delve into mysterious new dungeons, engage your enemies on new battlegrounds, and acquire wondrous new items. The expansion introduces an all-new level cap of 70, and afford players new spells, abilities, and talents.
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</configuration>