World of Warcraft: Class Changes And Other News

World of Warcraft: Class Changes And Other News

Balance is a very important aspect of a video game; it is particularly true for an MMORPG like World of Warcraft. The new expansion Shadowlands came with several changes and additions to the game even bringing new classes to those players are used to. In order to preserve the balance between all these classes, Blizzard patches the game regularly. Patch 9.0.5 brings major changes in that regard and affects the following classes: Death Knight, Demon Hunter, Druid, Hunter, Mage, Monk, Mistweaver, Paladin, Priest, Shaman, Warlock and Warrior. The full list of changes is available on Blizzard official website.

Following players feedback, Blizzard had released Patch 9.0.2 earlier. This patch improves the drop rate in Castle Nathria. Bosses will now drop 33% more loot than before, in all difficulties while weapons tokens will now drop more often than before, in all difficulties. The number of items dropped by bosses will also change depending on the size of the party. 10-player raids will see two gear items, while 20-player raids will see four.

Latsly, we will cover an exploit that has been plaguing WoW players for the last few days. We are evidently talking about the infinite bear army problem. This exploit uses a glitch present in the Wrath of Aliothe world quest. The glitch allows players to summon a large number of blue bears that they can use to carve a bloody path through their enemies. Players activate the glitch by leaving the Avatar of Aliothe state at a specific time, if done correctly it will work as if you had invoked a pet. You can repeat the process any number of times in order to get as many pets as you want. Blizzard will no doubt patch this glitch as soon as possible.

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