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WoW Battle of Dazar’alor Raid Is Live Now

After 2018’s raid Uldir, the next big raid of Battle for Azeroth – Dazar’s Alor now is live. The World of Warcraft update content offers the new raid and powerful mythic keystone changes. Traditionally, Horde and Alliance players would play through the same raid. Battle of Dazar’ alor will make players fight down different paths. Today we will give you some brief intro of the raid in this post. Also, welcome to buy WoW items you need at WoW4Sale.com. Patch 8.1.5 is around the corner, WoW4Sale is always here to provide you with all kinds of World of Warcraft items and gold at a cheaper price.

Regarding the raid, the storyline is about Alliance is attacking the troll kigndom of Dazar’alor, while the Horde is trying to defend it. The same raid task the different factions play in different path. That means raid bosses will appear in different order depending on which side of the conflict you fall on and surely there will be different enemies to face with. From there, the new mechanic comes, and things get a little bit completed.

The Alliance will play first 6 bosses in order and end with King Rastakan, before going back to see the Horde to their 3 next bosses. One of the (being supposed to be) the most insane challenge will be Alliance Lorde Admural Jaina Proudmore.

Unlike Alliance, the Horde will do things in a completely different order, completing bosses, getting their flashback to the Alliance’s experience, and then finishing off the raid by taking on Jania. The mechanic difference between the raids and orders will have significant implications for the world first race.

Normal and Heroic different of Battle of Dazar’s Alor raid are open, and the mythic open raid will open on January 29 in NA and on Jan 30 in Euro. The real challenge will com then, so get yourself ready for all! To help you boost power, WoW4Sale.com is providing you with the top raid service and WoW Power leveling at a competitive price. An elite team is always here to serve you with super excellent service. Never hesitate to buy WoW gold and WoW items at WoW4Sale.com!

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Weekly Bonus Event: Timewalking Cataclysm

For the next seven days, take a trip back to when Deathwing ruled the skies over Azeroth—it’s time to delve back into the dungeons of Cataclysm.

This Week

All week, open Group Finder (default hotkey: i) and then select Dungeon Finder and Timewalking in the Type dropdown. When you hit ‘Find Group’, you’ll be matched up with other players and sent to one of the following Heroic dungeons:

  • End Time
  • Grim Batol
  • The Stonecore
  • Lost City of Tol’vir
  • The Vortex Pinnacle
  • Throne of the Tides

Your character and items will be scaled down to a power level fitting for the challenge at hand, but bosses will yield loot appropriate for your natural level. Timewalking dungeons also have a chance to drop items that usually drop when you run them on Heroic, and you’ll earn reputation with a faction that is interested in the dungeon. For example, you can earn Ramkahen reputation and the right to purchase Brown and Tan Riding Camels.

Look for the following all week long:

  • Chronicler Shoopa in Zuldazar and in Boralus has a quest for you–A Shattered Path Through Time.Or, if you forget to pick it up there, you can start it from within the Adventure Journal.
    • Quest requirement: Complete 5 Timewalking dungeons.
    • Rewards: Artifact Power and one loot box containing a piece of gear from Normal difficulty Uldir.

Every Week

The Bonus Events system consists of a rotating schedule of different activities, currently scheduled to run each week beginning on Tuesdays. Each Bonus Event grants a passive bonus to a particular game activity and offers a once-per-event quest with a noteworthy reward for accomplishing a related goal. The in-game calendar can serve as your one-stop reference for the event schedule. The Adventure Guide also offers a direct link to active Bonus Events, allowing you to easily accept any associated quests.

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Hotfixes: December 11, 2018

Here you’ll find a list of hotfixes that address various issues related to World of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth. Some of the hotfixes below take effect the moment they were implemented, while others may require scheduled realm restarts to go into effect. Please keep in mind that some issues cannot be addressed without a client-side patch update. This list will be updated as additional hotfixes are applied.

Hotfixes


December 11, 2018

Classes

  • Hunter
    • Beast Mastery
      • Fixed a bug with Spirit Mend that caused it to heal for less than intended.

Dungeons and Raids

  • Uldir
    • Zul, Reborn
      • Zul’s health has been reduced by 5% on Mythic difficulty.
      • Developers’ note: Tides of Vengeance removed the Subtlety Rogue passive Shuriken Combo, which was a core part of many guilds’ strategy on this fight. We’re reducing Zul’s health to avoid the update increasing the difficulty of the fight for guilds that were relying on Shuriken Combo.

Items

  • Heart of Azeroth
    • Synaptic Spark Capacitor damage decreased 32%.

Professions

  • Fixed a bug that allowed some Battle For Azeroth crafted gear to be worn by player characters who no longer had the crafting skill to create it.
  • Cooking
    • Battle for Azeroth flasks and feasts now increase the primary stat for tanks (was Stamina).
    • Cooks can now learn and serve new Stamina foods.

Player versus Player

  • Rogue
    • Snake Eyes (Azerite Trait) is reduced by 30% when engaged in combat with enemy players.
  • Shaman
    • Pack Spirit (Azerite Trait) is reduced by 80% when engaged in combat with enemy players (was a 50% reduction).
  • The following Azerite Traits are reduced to 50% effectiveness when engaged in combat with enemy players:
    • Death Knight – Magus of the Dead
    • Demon Hunter – Revel in Pain
    • Druid – Masterful Instincts, Arcanic Pulsar, Lively Spirit
    • Hunter – Dire Consequences, Surging Shots
    • Mage – Arcane Pummeling, Flash Freeze, Blaster Master, WildFire
    • Monk – Glory of the Dawn
    • Paladin – Avenger’s Might, Light’s Decree, Righteous Conviction
    • Priest – Whispers of the Damned
    • Rogue – Nothing Personal
    • Shaman – Lava Shock
    • Warlock – Dreadful Calling, Baleful Invocation
    • Warrior – Intimidating Presence, Crushing Assault, Bastion of Might

Quests

  • Fixed a bug where enemies required for “Black Moon Rising” weren’t providing quest credit when killed.

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Tides of Vengeance Preview: Faction Assaults


The Horde and Alliance have established their footholds in Kul Tiras and Zandalar, each seeking to use these staging points as inroads to the flow of Azerite in enemy territory. Now the Horde and the Alliance will use those hard-earned footholds to launch large-scale assaults deep into enemy territory. While the assaulting faction tries to break through their enemy’s defenses, players must rally the local forces to drive the invaders from their continent.

Who: Level 110 and Above players who have unlocked World Quests on their account and have begun the War Campaign.
Where: Kul Tiras and Zandalar

With the release of Tides of Vengeance, players will be able to take part in Faction Assaults in Zandalar and Kul Tiras. Level 110 and above players from the Horde and the Alliance will be able to take part in these events on either continent as long as they have unlocked World Quests on their account and have begun the War Campaign.

Faction Assaults will cycle regularly between Kul Tiras and Zandalar, giving players an opportunity to either help their faction attack or defend via a series of World Quests. Much like Legion Assaults, players will be able to see when a Faction Assault is occurring by pulling up their world map (M). A Horde or Alliance crest on the map will indicate the type of invasion that is occurring and the available quests associated with it.

Players will be able to take part in a variety of quest types, including taking out elite targets, mowing down enemy armies with powerful magic and siege weapons, taking down the enemy ship, participating in covert assassinations, or embarking on shared quests that bring the two opposing factions in close proximity to each other. For those who have War Mode on, you’ll want to stay on your toes—and maybe grab a friend or two to join you in battle.

Whether you’re participating in PvP or not, you’ll want to keep your eyes out for a variety of additional bonus items such as potions and bombs to aid you in your quest to push out the opposing forces. A little help from something like an Unstable Azerite Flare could turn the tides of battle quickly—if you can hang on to it long enough.
The Spoils of War

If you’re working on leveling an alternate character (or two), Faction Assaults provide plenty of opportunities to earn experience and reputation with the 7th Legion or Honorbound. Completing a Faction Assault will also provide a 1-hour experience buff to help you as you level your way through Battle for Azeroth and prepare to bring your full might to your faction’s aid.

Players at maximum level will be able to earn bonus reputation, War Resources, and new gear (item level 325–370) with a chance of being Titanforged. There are also many achievements to be earned both in PvE and in War Mode.
Timing is Everything

Faction Assaults will only be available for a set period of time before they are gone—at least until the next one. You’ll want to keep an eye on the Faction Assault timer, which is visible on your world map and will appear as a countdown in any quests you’re participating in as time winds down. Once an event has completed, any quests you’re on will be gone with it. You’ll want to be extra careful if you’re assaulting a ship hovering over the battlefield . . . you might suddenly find the only direction you can go is down.

Bring some friends along for the fun—and maybe for a little extra protection. Faction Assaults are bound to get your blood pumping.

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Weekly Bonus Event: World Quests

This Week

All week, open your map (default hotkey-“m”) and select any of the Kul Tiras or Zandalar regions to view the World Quests available to you. To find out more about each World quest, simply hover your mouse over a World Quest on the map to see what tasks are needed to complete it, the rewards you’ll receive, and the time remaining that the quest is available to you.

 

Look for the following all week long:

  • Chronicler Toopa in Boralus or Chronicler Shoopa in Zuldazar has a quest for you—The World Awaits. You can also start the quest from within the Adventure Guide (Shift-“J”).
    • Quest requirement: Complete 20 World Quests in Kul Tiras or Zandalar
    • Reward: 1,000 War Resources
  • Passive buff: +50% to Reputation gains from World Quests

 

If you’ve been looking to impress some emissaries, this is the week to do it!

Every Week

The Bonus Events system consists of a rotating schedule of different activities, currently scheduled to run each week beginning on Tuesdays. Each Bonus Event grants a passive bonus to a particular game activity and offers a once-per-event quest with a noteworthy reward for accomplishing a related goal. The in-game calendar can serve as your one-stop reference for the event schedule. The Adventure Guide also offers a direct link to active Bonus Events, allowing you to easily accept any associated quests.

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Uldir Raid Finder Wing 3 Now Available!

Raid Finder Wing 3: Heart of Corruption is now available to players who have reached level 120 and have a minimum ilevel of 320. Battle your way through Uldir to its very core to face Mythrax and G’huun and put an end to their corruption.

To queue for this new adventure, join the Group Finder (I) as either a healer, tank, or damage dealer. Learn more about each of the bosses in this wing through the Adventure Guide (J) in the Raids tab.

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The Festering Core: Mythrax the Unraveler

Mythrax the Unraveler, Bringer of Oblivion, Slayer of Sethraliss: with his mission complete, he returns to his master’s side to await further instruction.

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The Festering Core: G’huun

In Uldir, the titans had hoped to find a solution to the Old Gods. But when they experimented upon the Old Gods’ unending, ravenous need to corrupt, they unexpectedly created a perfect avatar of that desire. G’huun is nothing but rot, pestilence, and decay—the ultimate parasite who cannot stop himself from consuming his host until it is gone.

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The AWC Fall Finale Starts Friday

It’s the final stretch before BlizzCon, so grab your grub, your guildmates, and your Thunderbrew Ale, and join us for the last three days of the Arena World Championship (AWC) Fall Season with Cup #3.

We’re kicking things off with the European Cup #3 Top 8 on Friday, Oct. 5, continuing Saturday with the North American Cup #3 Top 8, before wrapping it all up for both regions on Championship Sunday. Set your alarm for 10 a.m. PDT/19:00 CEST each day and follow the Warcraft Twitch channel for live notifications.

With last week’s Fall Cup #2, we saw the last of the available slots for BlizzCon locked in for both North America and Europe by Super Frogs and Tempo Storm, respectively. Even with BlizzCon off the table, the stakes for this Cup remain high, with a USD $10,000 prize pool, just like the previous cups of the Fall Season. On top of that, remember that the top two AWC point-earners from both NA and EU will receive byes for the first round of the BlizzCon double-elimination bracket.

And the teams who can no longer make BlizzCon? Well, as they say, nothing is more dangerous than a team with nothing left to lose. An upset from a non-qualified team could have huge consequences on seeding, which would be a very impactful final statement as the Fall Season comes to an end.