Zul’Aman is now open for all takers in World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic. The original 10-player raid is the centerpiece of this week’s update, which also brings the Amani War Bear timed challenge. Additional updates include changes to loot, accessibility changes for the UI, and a series of bug fixes.
With the addition of Zul’Aman, the first raid that did not require attunement as a prerequisite is back. Now that it has been added, The Battle for Mount Hyjal and The Black Temple also no longer require attunement to enter.
There are six bosses in Zul’Aman to take down, including the warlord Zul’jin as your final challenge. If you’re level 70+ and in the vicinity of the Ghostlands, now you can get a group together and take on this classic challenge. The timed challenge, Amani War Bear, sees Zul’jin holding hostages in Zul’Aman and if you’re able to defeat one of his lieutenants and get to any hostages in the allotted time, you’ll get loot and the timer will be extended. If you are able to rescue and free all hostages, you’ll get the Amani War Bear epic mount.
Loot changes in this update include all of the Zul’Aman bosses, who, along with Doomlord Kazzak and Doomwalker, the bosses in Karazhan, Gruul’s Lair, Magtheridon’s Lair, Serpentshrine Cavern, and Tempest Keep, now have a chance to drop Badges of Justice. You can trade those with G’eras in Shattrath for new loot and rewards, including the Nether Vortex.
Accessibility changes include options like text to speech and speech to text now available throughout Burning Crusade Classic. There's also an option to show free backspace in your interface options and the search bar is now back to the professions you I.
Head over to the full update notes, including all bug fixes and loot adjustments, to learn more about all of the changes.