As confirmed by Blizzard, Visions of N'Zoth will see light of the day somewhere in January, and now we're basically left to do what we please. I am 100% sure that I will be reminiscing my Warcraft III campaign experience with Reforged during winter holidays, with lots of time and chill mood (and the fact … Continue reading Trivia: A Couple of Lull Months
All the massive amounts of information from Blizzcon were all silent about one important thing: when do we start with Visions of N'Zoth and the final chapter of BfA? We've got small things leaking from minor interviews. Rumors from developers are: the final BfA patch is still under development, and we won't see it anytime … Continue reading And Now We Can Breathe
As we already know, our final showdown in Battle for Azeroth will culminate in defeating N'Zoth itself, probably putting an end to the Old Gods' corruption attempts once and for all. All the power we've accumulated, azerite and dragon perks, would be put to use in this final act. Yet defeating an Old God and … Continue reading So… What of the Blade?
*spoiler alert For those who are falling back on azerite power (and future generations), but still want to learn the story, here goes. Currently the requirements are as follows: Start - at any level of azerite necklace in 8.2.5, travel to Highmountain which immediately buffs your necklace to 35. Level 55 - travel to Val'sharah … Continue reading 8.2.5. Dragonflights and Heart of Azeroth Questline Recap
As a casual player, I'm never into specific grind of power items, overall artifact power, or god forbid simulations and calculators. I'm just playing the game, and whatever power ups I get, I'm happy with. Yet the new systems are worth of my opinion cause they answer the question what shall we be doing in … Continue reading 8.3. Gameplay Systems: Corrupted Items, Visions, Invasions and Azerite Necklace
Yesterday: Micromantica -> Crucible of Storms (obviously). I must say that this piece of raid is something amazing. I have expected nothing special from it, and yet. It is hard to articulate the source of my extreme satisfaction. Surely these are not the hardest bosses, like we've never seen before. We've had our share of … Continue reading Crucible of Storms: A Peep into Crucible
First thing in the morning Micromantica, already parked in embassy, completed the Kul Tiran storyline, and here they are - the lovable fatties :) I've immediately created four trial characters with random silly names - a monk, a druid, a rogue and a hunter. The routine was to play through class introduction scenario, switch between … Continue reading It’s a Monk!