Tonight Blizzard applies most of the major mechanical changes of Legion to World of Warcraft, providing gamers six weeks in order to get used to the brand-new stuff just before the expansion pack release on August 30. What’s your plan of attack? Apart from leveling a gnome hunter, that is.
I just gave away the vast larger part of my pre-expansion plans right there. I’m all about the gnome hunter, hoping the character race I love the most will be able to carry me to greater heights in a class I’ve never really understood a grasp of. As long as I’ve got that “/ train” emote, I’ll never get bored.
In the event “/ train” fails me (it most likely won’t), I’ll very likely dig up my level 90 mage and make the push to 100, freshened by the new spell and combat animations coming to the game. The fine folks over at WowHead have a helpful YouTube playlist showing off how each class’ showing off will change tomorrow.
In fact, the WowHead folks have a fair rundown of the major character, loot and mechanic changes arriving in tomorrow’s update, from new druid animal models to weapon enchant illusions.
Blizzard, the folks making the game, have published a survival guide to the pre-expansion patch, detailing all the new things and what to do with them.
As the August 30 release of the Legion expansion approaches, Azeroth with slowly begin being invaded by the demonic hordes. Soon demon hunters will be available to preorder customers. We’ll take the battle against the demons to the Broken Shore, an army of demon hunters and gnomes.
So, what are your plans? Aside from not playing. If you’re not playing, commenting on this article just to say that would be silly.
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