WoW TBC Classic: Sunwell in 52 minutes? Pfff … also works in 34 minutes!

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from Karsten Scholz
Recently, the European guild Progress from WoW: Burning Crusade Classic set a new, very impressive speed run record. After just 34 minutes and 50 seconds, all six bosses from the Sunwell Plateau were defeated.

For many players and guilds, the sunwell plateau from WoW: Burning Crusade Classic was the crispest raid instance of the Classic reboots so far (we leave out the season of the championship because it is difficult to compare). Nevertheless, there are now a very large number of raids, the Kil’jaeden since the instance opened on May 12, 2022 defeated – 10,188 raids to be precise (source). Another 1,767 guilds are currently struggling with the final boss. Another 3,031 hang on the nastiest bouncer in WoW history: M’uru.

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Progress with new speedrun record

These communities still have a few weeks to clear the TBC Classic content. the Wrath of the Lich King Classic Beta is currently in the second content phase. According to a leak, the release should take place in September 2022. Other guilds that have already played Sunwell up and down, meanwhile – and we already know that from WoW Classic and the previous raid tiers from TBC Classic – are trying their hand at speed runs.

The most recent record dates back to June 28, 2022. The European guild Progress, which was narrowly beaten by the Chinese competition from Old School in the World First race, most recently mastered the Sunwell Plateau in just 34 minutes and 50 seconds (source). The previous record was 37 minutes and 11 seconds (set by Noob’s Horde). In the World First Run just mentioned, the last fight ended after 51 minutes and 5 seconds.

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