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World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King
Game Description:The second expansion pack for the awe-inspiring MMO, World of Warcraft. The Wrath of the Lich King takes players to a new area in northern Azeroth, Northrend, where the fallen prince Arthas plots and schemes on a way to wreak havoc on the world. As soon as players enter the new area, they'll be thrown into a new world of trouble that includes an original storyline, a level 80 cap, new skills, abilities, dungeons, gear, an extra profession and a brand new hero class, providing an added level of longevity to the world's most popular MMO.
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