This guide will revolve around getting your character ready in Wrath Prepatch, whether you're playing on a current progression server from TBC Classic to Wrath Classic, or a Fresh Wrath server, the fact is that you can equip in the pre-patch Level up your character fast! If you've barely done any raids in TBC Classic so far, or maybe you've just started TBC Classic just to level up to level 70 before Wrath comes out so you can play the new expansion pack, then this guide is for you! We showed you how to use the pre-patches to boost yourself, and having the right gear will definitely help your leveling process in Wrath of the Lich King. At the very least, you can try to get some weapon upgrades during the pre-patch, so you can get upgraded weapon damage while on missions.Gladiator GearThe first way to prepare for WotLK pre-patch is to go to battlegrounds and get honors. Now that Blizzard has confirmed that you can buy Gladiator gear with Honor Points in the Wrath Prepatch, you can get some sweet gear from Honor Points. You can buy these for Honor, they're pretty expensive, but it's super easy to earn, which means you can get some really sweet upgrades very quickly, as Gladiator gear is pretty close to Sunwell-level gear in item strength. Different items will cost you different honor points, as two-handed weapons will cost you up to 28,000 honor points, while armor like breastplates, legs, and helmets will cost you 15,000 honor points, gloves will cost you 12,000 honor points, and shoulders will cost you You cost you 13,000. So basically you'll be able to get the whole set from one hat of honor, and then you'll just have to pay an extra 28k to get that juicy weapon. That's a lot of kudos, but especially if you're playing on a new server, everyone wants to get their characters ready for rage, and it's going to be 100 times easier and faster to prepare through Gladiator Gear than through Sunwell Gear .The 4 set bonus of this PvP set is also quite powerful for some classes, such as for Feral Druid, it will increase movement speed by 15% in bear, cat or travel form, which is very useful during quests and travel Going through Northrend will help speed up your upgrade process. So if you do have time to do that, try to get those 4 sets along with weapons, weapons should be the first priority as they provide the most upgrades and the most damage output.Honor marksAs you progress through the battlefield, you'll also earn tokens that you can turn in more Honor Points, 185 Honor Points each, so you can sit on over 100,000 Honor Points in Wrath Classic, effectively allowing you to buy several epic items , the moment you reach level 80! So, whether you want to buy Gladiator Gear at level 70, you can go into Northrend and start your leveling adventure with slightly better gear, or if you want to get a head start on the gearing process at level 80 in Wrath, Doing Battlegrounds now and in the pre-patch is a great way to prepare for the classic Wrath of the Lich King!Pre-patch eventThe next best way to level up quickly in the WotLK Classic prepatch is to use the actual Prepatch Event to get yourself some wotlk classic items! You can get a specific set of items from the pre-patch Scourge event. And while this set is technically about the same as, or maybe slightly better than, the Karazhan set, it's not as good as the Gladiator set either, but the Scourge Invasion set is much easier. Additionally, Karazhan now has an additional boss that drops the Arcanite Ripper and Guitar Hero Axes. This is a one-of-a-kind weapon that you might want to try and get. In the Wrath pre-patch, you'll be able to earn Necronomicon Runes through various activities that require you to fight off the Scourge and defend Azeroth from it, and you can use these Necronomicon Runes for various item upgrades. For example, you can buy Shoulders for 15 Necronomicon and Gloves for 15 Necronomicon. There's a trinket called the "Silver Horn of War" that you can buy with Necronomicon Runes, while Leg and Chest Fragments are dropped by various spawns around Necronomicon Fragments, where you farm for those Necronomicon Runes .On top of that, you also have various advanced quests in Outland that can give you really good upgrades, just do dungeon quests for advanced dungeons and go to the magister platform as soon as possible to find some really good upgrades. Once you get some Good item, you might want to step into some raids to fill up with extra items like necklaces, capes, bracers, belts, boots, rings and even trinkets, but it's really a personal choice to put so much effort into gear if you want Your character, when a new expansion is just around the corner, all of these gear will be quickly replaced in that expansion.