Just yesterday, the first season of ranked Arena PvP in "World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic" kicked off. With it, the first season of the Arena brought WOW TBC Classic Gold players three arenas-Nagrand's Ring of Trial, the Ruins of Lordaeron in Tirisfal Glades, and the Ring of Blood in Blade's Edge Mountain. The retail version of World of Warcraft has updated the Ring of Trials and the Ring of Blood, giving players the opportunity to fight again in the original layout. To participate in arena battles, players must form a team of two, three, or five players. From there, they must talk to the battle master in the arena located in the main city. If players participate in and win enough games in a given week, they will be eligible for arena points. Arena points are awarded to players at the beginning of the weekly reset and are distributed according to the ranking of players and their teams. Arena points can be used to purchase endgame quality equipment that only high-level PvP players can use. In addition, for players who were at the top of the PvP community at the end of the first season, special titles and rewards are also in order. At the end of the season, the top 35% of players will receive the title of "Challengers", and the top 10% of players will receive the title of "Opponent". If a player completes the game with 3% of the previous score, they will be awarded the title of "Dueler". But if a player ranks in the top 0.5 or top 0.1% of all arena players this season, they will be awarded the titles of "Gladiator" and "Hell Gladiator" respectively. Players who reach the level of "Hell Gladiator" will also receive an exclusive Swift Void Drake mount. It is not clear how long the first season of PvP will last. But if we take the original version of Burning Crusade as an example, the first season lasted less than five months in the original 2007 version. Now Buy World of Warcraft TBC Classic Gold to enjoy!