World of Warcraft Classic announced that the Darkmoon Faire has arrived to the game. The set up started last February 7 in Mulgore, with barkers starting to appear at both Ironforge and Orgrimmar in order to share the news. The actual festivities started in Mulgore on February 10 and end on February 16. It then shuts down and comes back to the Elwynn Forest on March 9 to March 15.
As a note, the Classic iteration of the Darkmoon Faire is incredibly different from the modern version on the Battle for Azeroth servers. Rather than taking a portal to the Faire grounds, you’ll simply walk amongst the circle of tents that have been set up in whichever zone the month calls for. There aren’t any carnival games, and there’s no roller coaster to ride. To be frank, it’s honestly. . . drastically inferior to the modern version of the Faire.
But that doesn’t mean there’s no reason to go and enjoy the festivities! There are plenty of exclusive goodies and buffs that you can find throughout. One NPC named Sayge, for example, will tell your fortune and give you a two-hour buff (as well as a fun little written fortune). You’ll find a handful of vendors selling exclusive goods, including an orc boy named Flik running around and selling frogs and leather balls. If you want to Buy wow classic gold, we 5mo.com can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.
Players can find one of the most powerful alcoholic beverages being sold by Sylannia here as well, so that’s always a good item to stock up on! Near her, Stamp Thunderhorn sells the classic Faire snacks – deep-fried candy bars, crunch frogs, and pickled Kodo feet are all in good supply.
Of course, one of the most important NPCs on deck at the Faire is Professor Thaddeus Paleo, a human with a great interest in full decks of Darkmoon cards. If you’ve managed to collect a full deck, Paleo will happily exchange it for an epic-quality trinket, depending on which deck you turn in.
The Faire will be active until February 16th! Afterwards, the Faire will appear again in Elwynn Forest on March 9th, lasting until March 15th. Make sure you stock up on as many pickled Kodo feet as possible between Faires – they don’t give a buff or anything, they’re just pretty tasty.