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When it comes to World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, Anima is life. Chris is here with a guide on how to max out your Anima acquisition in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
When most of the players in Shadowlands jumped into the game, there was an eagerness to try out the new content and explore the new campaign. With all four zones offering dynamic and fascinating storytelling opportunities, there was much to do. But one of the key questions for games like World of Warcraft is how to to make alting easier. Threads of Fate just might answer that question for you.
With World of Warcraft: Shadowlands quickly approaching, players are growing eager. Last Tuesday, players were finally given new story content to play as the Death's Rising expansion has begun. In thi guide, Chris will help you speed up the process of getting to 50 to start your adventure in the Shadowlands come November 23rd.
With the November 23rd release of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, like any new expansion it's bound to bring in new players to the venerable MMO. This handy guide can serve to help those new players get their bearings as they start their adventure in the Shadowlands.
Shadowlands is bringing with it some monumental changes to World of Warcraft. This guide is intended to help players who used to play World of Warcraft but have been out of the game for a while and have now returned after the 9.0 Shadowlands pre-patch. There will also be a new player guide, which we will link to once it's posted.
World of Warcraft: Legion received a major update this week in the form of v7.1. Players will find a lot of new content including the Mythic-only Karazhan dungeon, the Trial of Valor mini-raid, the continuation of the Illidan and Suramar storylines and much more. However, not all content will become available right from the get-go on launching WoW for the first time after the update’s launch. Most will require a bit of legwork on behalf of the player.
With exactly a week until World of Warcraft: Legion makes its debut as a fully-released expansion to the venerated game, some may be starting to panic as the pre-event that has been running for the past two weeks is drawing to a close. The Legion pre-event is designed for altoholics and achievement hunters. With huge XP gains during the demonic invasions, this is the right time and the right place to dust off those lowbies and get crackin'! Find out how in our mini guide.
Like fellow Frost and Blood Death Knights, the Unholy DK has been searching for an identity that is somehow more separated from the other two. With far too many cross-over skills, the only truly unique ability that Unholy DKs seemed to possess over the others has been the permanent pet that accompanies the UDK into battle.
One of the most stable and popular tanks in the game, Blood Death Knights bring a special combination of crowd aggro and survivability to the table. As with all things Death Knight in the past couple of expansions, the line between each specialization has blurred with crossover skills and abilities. Blizzard aims to change the basic way that Death Knights play, while remaining confident that their core fantasy is well in hand.
Introduced in the Mists of Pandaria expansion, monks have become popular, though seemingly less-so than Blizzard may have hoped. A cursory look at statistical information reveals that monks are the least-played class in WoW, something that Blizzard hopes to turn around in Legion. Clearly Blizzard is vested in streamlining the class overall. With WindWalker monks, this means a realignment of talents and simplifying the statistical background of core skills.
Retribution Paladins are ferocious warriors that utilize the powers of the Light to bring destructions on enemies via the use of 2-handed weapons. Up to Legion, Retri Paladins have been, surprisingly enough, fairly adept at the use of several strong ranged and healing abilities. In Legion, that will change to make them, as seems to fit the fantasy better, into close- and short-combat melee crusaders.
The spotlight of this overview is the Enhancement Shaman, a powerful close-range fighter and the only mail-wearing melee spec currently present in the game, soon to be joined by Survival Hunters in the Legion.
Today we’ll take a look at the Guardian Druid, a tank class that takes on bear form and that Blizzard wants to become less attuned to agility tanking and to become able “to survive through their sheer tenacity, thick hide, massive resilience, and strong regeneration”.
The first big update for the World of Warcraft: Legion alpha client has gone off just last night, but the forums are already aflame with the bits and pieces of upcoming expansion datamined or tried out in the latest build. This overview is focused on one of three specializations of Hunter class: Beast Mastery.