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Prepatch Event Live on EU servers, Hotfixes: November 15 2022, Patch 10.0.2 Known Issues

Patch 10.0.2 is now live on the EU servers and with it comes the updated weekly reset time. There have been a couple of hotfixes already and there’s a large list of known issues!

Quote from: Blizzard

November 15, 2022

Items and Rewards

  • Fixed an issue where optional Dragonflight reagents could drop during the Uldaman Prologue.


  • Fixed an issue where Aquabombs in Ice/Water Storms could instantly kill players.
  • Players who have reached level 60 and have completed the Shadowlands level up campaign on a different character will be able to choose the “Threads of Fate” option, allowing them to skip the level up campaign to begin the endgame of Shadowlands.
    • Developers’ note: The Threads of Fate system is still no longer available for any characters who haven’t already entered it prior to the recent update.
Quote from: Blizzard

Updated November 15


  • Swapping between Choice Nodes on the Talent tree may not properly swap the abilities on player’s action bars.
  • (Covenants) The Deepening Bond effect earned through Renown incorrectly states that it increases players’ stamina. These effects have been adjusted to increase movement speed in patch 10.0.2 and their tooltip will be fixed in the near future.
  • Classes with Starter Builds updated in patch 10.0.2 may experience issues with Starter Builds. Players in Starter Build mode when the patch launches will still have the previous Starter Build. If you are having issues with Starter Build, leave Starter Build by changing a talent or selecting a different loadout, and then reselect Starter Build to get the updated build. At a future date, all players with outdated Starter Builds will be removed from Starter Build mode on login. You can then reselect Starter Build to get the updated build.

Death Knight

  • If a duplicated Soul Reaper triggers after Dancing Rune Weapon expires, it will not deal damage.
  • Death Knights are not able to select any Runes to Runeforge except for Rune of Hysteria.
  • Blood
    • Bloodshot is incorrectly increasing Death Strikes’ damage before the Blood Shield is created.

Demon Hunter

  • Shattered Restoration does not increase the healing of Soul Fragments from Shattered Souls.
  • Shattered Restoration does not update the tooltip values of Shattered Souls.


  • Prowl cannot be use while Incarnation: Avatar of Ashamane is active.
  • Feral
    • (PvP) Freedom of the Herd tooltip incorrectly mentions a 1-minute cooldown reduction instead of a 15-second cooldown reduction.


  • Empowerment Spells are unable to be released through Hold and Release with mouseover macros.
  • The empowered casting bar pip may become desynced when reselecting an Evoker casting an empowered spell.
  • Soar can potentially cause a disconnect when using a game controller.
  • Time Stop (PvP Talent) can cause Eternity Surge and Spiritbloom to have a longer than intended empower time.
  • Blizzard Customer Support Article – Common Dracthyr Evoker Questions 76


  • Call of the Wild’s summon pet temporarily prevents the use of Mend Pet.
  • Fortitude of the Bear tooltip does not mention its heal effect.
  • Serrated Shots does not increase damage from Hit the Mark.
  • Survival
    • Flanking Strike can be cast from unintended angles with no error dialogue.


  • Retribution
    • Ashes to Ashes is granting an incorrect amount of secondary stats.


  • Discipline
    • Contrition: Rank 1 and Rank 2 tooltips are the same. This is an issue with the text on the tooltip not the ability, it will be resolved in a later patch.


  • Duskwalker’s Patch incorrectly references Vendetta, which no longer exists. It now affects Deathmark and the tooltip will be updated in a later patch.
  • Replicating Shadows extra Rupture does not correctly prefer targets that are not afflicted by Rupture.
  • Shadowstep does not function with a focus macro on enemy targets.


  • Lightning, Earth, and Water Shield’s auras disappear upon entering an instance or logging out.
  • Elemental
    • Windspeaker’s Lava Resurgence buff aura is consumed if a Lava Burst is cast before Earth Shock.


  • Dance of Death does not always grant an extra tick of Ravager.
  • Deft Experience is granting 1.4% Mastery per rank (instead of 1%).
  • Dance of Death does not always grant an extra tick of Ravager.

Dungeons and Raids

  • The prologue version of Uldaman is listed under “Exile’s Reach” in the Group Finder.
  • Fated Raid icons are not present for current Fated raid(s) in the Adventure Guide Raid tab


  • Neltharax, Enemy of the Sky’s stacking buff Heaven’s Nemesis does not work.

Player Characters

  • After the creation of a Dracthyr on one realm, the creation of a subsequent Dracthyr on a different realm may appear to be unavailable. To work around this display issue, close the game and log back in.
  • The Faction Change service 6 cannot be used to change the faction of a Dracthyr.
  • Bag slots granted by adding an authenticator may remain locked for players who properly have an authenticator.
  • Level 10 player characters have an iLvl requirement to do Shadowlands dungeons in Chromie Time.
  • Some Cloth, Mail, and Plate dungeon sets may grant their Transmogrification appearances to unintended classes.


  • Music may unintentionally stop playing in The Waking Shores.

User Interface

  • The character select screen may hang after logging in.
  • Bags other than the player’s primary bag can become invisible.
  • The Party Frame Portrait may be empty for an Evoker.
  • Rogue Combo points as shown on the Personal Resource Display can become visually desynced.
  • The Mailbox open-all function will occasionally fail to place all mail in the player’s inbox.
  • The settings for Debuff Display on Raid-Style Party Frames are not working as intended.
  • In the Guild/Community window, players may be aligned far to the left and only display their name.
  • Portraits for the gnoll bosses on the quests “A Precision Approach” and “Who’s Next” are not displaying their spell effects.
  • Party Frames cannot be the target of SetBindingClick due to being unnamed frames.

WoW Companion App

  • Assaults do not appear on the map.
  • Pets that have been filtered by pet level and then purchased may differ from what was displayed.

Dragonflight: New Cinematic & Prepatch Event Preview

The developer cinematic livestream just finished and they showed a new launch trailer cinematic as well as a Dracthyr Evoker preview! Furthermore Blizzard has just posted a new blog post detailing the prepatch event going live with the new patch this week!

Quote from: Blizzard

With the second phase of the Dragonflight pre-expansion patch, you will be right in the eye of the (primal) storm. It is up to you to stop the elements from revolting all over the Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor, and delve into the Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr dungeon to recover an ancient titan relic.

Primal Storms

Event Overview

Collect Primeval Essence from primal storms and spend it to earn a full set of item level 252 armor for your class and spec, the Bag of Furious Winds toy, and the Primal Stormling battle pet. During this event you can also obtain the “Against the Elements” Feat of Strength, and the Unstable Elemental Confluence heirloom trinket.

Once the primal storms begin, check your map (default hotkey: M) to look for active storms in the Eastern Kingdoms or Kalimdor. Powerful elemental lords are drawn to the area as the storm intensifies, imbuing local wildlife with power, granting them new abilities, and scaling them up in level. Defeating these elementally enhanced enemies can create additional hazards, but to earn Primeval Essence and weaken the protective barrier surrounding these elemental lords, you must press on. Strike once their defenses are depleted, and defeat the elemental lords to earn powerful loot, and even more Primeval Essence for your trouble.

A fiery elemental lord towers over the Primalists responsible for the summoning.

Prime Mover

Primeval Essence is of interest to storm hunters who are looking to learn more about what’s behind these strange events. Seek out Storm Huntress Suhrakka in Durotar if you fight for the Horde, or Storm Hunter William in Stormwind by docks if you fight for the Alliance, and they’ll offer you various wares in exchange for your Primeval Essence, including weapons, trinkets, armor, and the Bag of Furious Winds toy. Once the storms subside and disappear, you won’t be able to obtain more Primeval Essence, so be sure to get everything you need from these quartermasters before then.

The Bag of Furious Winds toy allows you to vacuum critters in a cone in front of you. “Point away from self” is inscribed on the worn leather.

Take the Storm With You

Complete the quest chain associated with the Tempest Unleashed event and you’ll also get the Primal Stormling battle pet. To begin your journey, head to Durotar (for the Horde) or the Stormwind docks (for the Alliance) and look for Khadgar. The Primal Stormling will be available throughout this limited time event, so be sure to grab yours before it ends.

A Vulpera stands next to the Primal Stormling, a fierce air elemental battle pet.

Go Down A Storm

During the event, you can earn the “Against the Elements” Feat of Strength. Only obtainable during this event, the Feat requires you to defeat each of the four elemental lords during the Dragonflight pre-launch events. Once the primal storms no longer threaten Azeroth, this Feat of Strength will become unobtainable.

Looking Ahead

As you defeat more and more elemental lords and push back on the Primalists, you may come across Dimmed Primeval elements. Four of these (one each of Earth, Fire, Storm, and Water) can be combined to create the Unstable Elemental Confluence, an heirloom trinket that increases your primary stat and has a chance to call upon primal magic to damage your foes and bolster your allies. Keep in mind that Dimmed Primeval elements can only be obtained in primal storms, and will dissipate when the weather clears up.

The Legacy of a Titan

Dungeon Overview

Uldaman is an ancient titan facility where, long ago, allies of the heroic Keeper Tyr hid the Discs of Norgannon.

After returning to the Dragon Isles, Queen Alexstrasza learned of another disc locked away within Uldaman… one that holds the memories of Tyr himself. Believing this knowledge tis needed to restore the power of the Aspects, Alexstrasza has asked her mortal allies to brave the perils of Uldaman and recover Tyr’s memories to secure the future of dragonkind.

Interior shot Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr dungeon. Tall, adorned stone columns in a circular room lead to an eerie, narrow passage down a hallway.

The Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr dungeon early preview will also become available. Survive its perils and five boss encounters, and you’ll get rewarded with plenty of loot to get you up to speed you get ready for the launch of Dragonflight on November 28.

Note: The Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr dungeon is only available as a preview to players with Dragonflight.

Stay up to date with all things Dragonflight on the official World of Warcraft website and pre-purchase World of Warcraft: Dragonflight today!

We’ll see you in Azeroth!

Hotfixes: November 11 2022, Time is Running Out on the Winds of Wisdom 50% Experience Buff!

Last night was a slow news type of night for WoW. Dark Pact was nerfed for warlocks, a quest was hotfixed and Blizzard put out a reminder that the Winds of Wisdom buff is going away with the weekly reset when patch 10.0.2. launches.

Quote from: Blizzard

November 11, 2022


  • Warlock
    • Dark Pact now shields you for 200% of health sacrificed (was 250%).
    • Dark Pact’s additional shield amount has been reduced by 50%.


  • Fixed an issue where players were unable to complete the worgen starting zone.
Quote from: Blizzard

If you’re just returning after a hiatus from World of Warcraft, leveling another character (or two), or preparing to get ready for the Dragonflight expansion then this is the perfect time to jump into the game. Beginning the week of October 4 with each region’s local weekly reset, all World of Warcraft* players level 10-59 will gain the experience buff called “Winds of Wisdom,” which will increase experience gains by 50%!

Don’t delay. The winds will shift once more when the new dracthyr Evoker becomes playable during the Dragonflight pre-expansion patch on November 15, and the experience buff will no longer be available.


* Experience boost not available in World of Warcraft Classic titles.

Dragonflight Zone Previews: The Azure Span & Thaldraszus

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Forbidden Reach
The Azure Span

Journey into the Azure Span, an ancient frost-touched land, where you’ll aid Kalecgos as he ventures into the Azure Archives on a mission to reclaim the Azure Oathstone.

When you first arrive in the Azure Span, you’ll be greeted with snowy peaks, mist-covered forests, and icy tundra. The Azure Span stretches from coastal tuskarr villages through sprawling forest tundra to looming spires of ice and snow. Regal blue dragons once roamed these lands, but with the passage of time, several tribes of tuskarr, gnolls, and furbolg now call these ancient lands their home.

Traverse the icy tundra of the Azure Span with the new zone track, “Explore” by David Arkenstone.

Cold Comfort

A picture of a small village covered in snow at the edge of a river with a frozen waterfall in the background

The Azure Span is one of the largest zones created in World of Warcraft to date and offers the greatest visual elevation change players will see in the Dragon Isles.

A picture of a road in a forest of trees with a crumbling tower

Much of the inspiration for this zone comes from one of our favorites in Wrath of the Lich King, Grizzly Hills, along with the California Bay area’s coastal fogs and redwoods. Though, there’s more than just redwoods to be found throughout Azure Span, as you’ll learn when you trek through this diverse wilderness. Much of the zone is filled with varied biomes covered in snow and ice, giant frozen waterfalls, ice rivers, and forests shrouded in mist that beckon eager heroes hungry for adventure.

Adventure Lies Ahead in the Dungeons of the Azure Span

Brackenhide Hollow

Brackenhide Hollow is the largest gnoll settlement in the Dragon Isles, and home tounspeakable danger. Decay seeps from the Hollow, spreading among the gnoll tribes of the Azure Span and threatening to rot away all life. In the heart of the Hollow lies the leader of the Brackenhide, and the knowledge she gleefully shares with her withered kin.

  • Hackclaw’s War-Band: Rira Hackclaw and her compatriots, Gashtooth and Tricktotem have risen up as a deadly warband among the Brackenhide. Their tactics are the reason tuskarr never travel alone, and their strength is the reason Wratheye has them guarding the gate to the Hollow.
  • Treemouth: Withered by decay, this once proud ancient has been dubbed Treemouth by the gnolls. As the rot settled into its branches, so too did it settle in the poor creature’s mind, leaving a creature bent on nothing more than the need to feed and spread decay.
  • Gutshot: This sharpshooting gnoll has mastered the art of hunting, trapping, and killing her prey. Impressed by her abilities and cunning, the Decatriarch has assigned Gutshot to oversee and train the other hunters…and take out any interlopers that might venture too far into Brackenhide.
  • Decatriarch Wratheye: Wratheye discovered decay magic in her thirst for power, and declared herself the Decatriarch after mastering it. She now builds the strength of the Brackenhide by spreading her dark magic among her tribe so the tuskarr, and all of the Azure Span, will rot in its wake.

The Azure Vault

Long ago, Malygos created the Azure Vault as a place for Sindragosa to catalogue and store away curious magical artifacts he found. Locked away and deserted millenia ago, the Vault has since fallen into disrepair, leaving it vulnerable to attacks from without… and within.

  • Leymor: Leymor was born of a humble seedling that Malygos found in a pool of ley energy. Once but a small sprout in Sindragosa’s garden, over millenia Leymor has shot up like a weed. Left to its own devices, the looming giant would surely overrun the entirety of the Azure Vault.
  • Azureblade: As security for the Vault, Azureblade refused to leave when it was sealed, choosing duty over safety. When the blue dragons failed to return, her bitter resignation drove her to eventual madness. Extending her own life with the magics she was sworn to protect, Azureblade now claims ownership over all the blue dragonflight left behind.
  • Telash Greywing: Furious at the blue dragonflight, Telash Greywing is determined to find the secrets that Sindragosa has been hiding in the Arcane Vault. Together with the Sundered Flame, he is certain he will discover more about the origins of the dracthyr… and incriminating evidence against the blue dragonflight.
  • Umbrelskul: Millenia ago, Umbrelskul unwittingly meddled with raw arcane power. Riddled with crystalline growths, he was taken to the Azure Vault until a cure could be found. Sadly, the Vault was sealed away before the research was completed, leaving Umbrelskul sleeping in stasis… until now.

Azure Span’s Denizens

As you progress on your adventures, you’ll encounter many inhabitants of this snow-touched biome who have made the icy peaks, forests, and shores their homes. Here are some that you’ll meet on your journey.


A picture of a tuskarr villagers standing in a village on an icy shore

Like their Northrend relatives, the tuskarr of the Dragon Isles are fishers and traders and have inhabited the land since the days when blue dragons roamed the Azure Span. Their tribes can be found throughout as they aid Kalecgos.

Blue Dragons

A picture of a large blue dragon with snow and trees

The Dragon Isles have been rejuvenated, but many blue dragons are still scattered across Azeroth. Kalecgos will need all the help he can get to reunite them—and an unexpected source appears to offer that aid.


A picture of several gnolls around a campfire in a forest

A savage clan of shamanistic gnolls that have harnessed the power of decay, darkening their wetland home with vile pockets of thorns and roots. They are a force to be reckoned with.


A picture of a furbolg in a forest

The forest-dwelling furbolg are dealing with conflicts that have splintered their clans. Many have been lured with the promise of being able to bend the elements to their will.

Check WorldofWarcraft.com/news for updates and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

See you in the Dragon Isles!

Quote from: Blizzard

Thaldraszus, a wonderous mountain region in the Dragon Isles, is the cradle of dragon civilization. From formidable structures to complex waterways, titan and dragon influence can be found throughout its diverse biomes.

The sense of history in this region is palpable, and it feels alive with the spark of possibility.

Let the new zone music track by Jake Lefkowitz guide you through Thaldraszus, the ancient cradle of dragon civilization.

Mysteries of the Past Await

The bronze dragons used the Temporal Conflux as a seat of power. Its vast libraries of knowledge contain the secrets of the timeways, as well as the Bronze Oathstone that symbolizes their calling to protect all time.

While titan-forged spaces bear distinctive architecture, the places established by the dragons reflect the most cultured aspects of dragon society. The dragons built vast structures, the most glorious of which was Valdrakken. From the top of this grand city, the Aspects passed laws and directed their protection of Azeroth.

Also nestled in the heart of Thaldraszus is Tyrhold, home to the Halls of Infusion. A mysterious place that has been locked away for millennia and holds the secrets that Tyr left behind.

Adventure Lies Ahead in the Dungeons of Thaldraszus

Whether you’re looking for loot, a new challenge, or to learn more about this ancient land, you’ll need to gather your courage— and your allies— for the trials ahead.

Halls of Infusion

Deep beneath Tyrhold lies the Halls of Infusion. Its structure was built upon an ancient wellspring, the waters of which were channeled by Keeper Tyr to feed the Life Pools of the red flight. Now that the Dragon Isles have reawakened, Primalist forces have invaded these halls. Have they come to destroy the facility…or to reveal secrets that Tyr left behind?

  • Watcher Irideus: Tasked by Tyr to protect and maintain the Halls of Infusion, Watcher Irideus has performed his duties to perfection…until now. Caught off guard by the Primalists’ incursion, he was overwhelmed by the elemental forces they unleashed. A mistake he does not intend to make again.
  • Gulping Goliath: Deep within the caverns of the halls of Infusion lurks the Gulping Goliath. Sire to countless generations of hornswogs, the Goliath and his brood have thrived upon the unprocessed waters of the wellspring. Driven by an insatiable hunger, he will eagerly devour any creature that strays too close to his lair.
  • Khajin the Unyielding: Khajin the Unyielding seethes with hatred for Keeper Tyr for tampering with the ancient wellspring beneath Tyrhold. Waters that once flowed with the eternal essence of Azeroth have been polluted by Order magic. Khajin would see the world freed from the malignant legacy of the titans…at any cost.
  • Primal Tsunami: Infuser Sariya is driven to restore the world to what it once was: a primal elemental landscape of unfettered power. She has used all her will and cunning to summon the Primal Tsunami, an elemental being mighty enough to topple Keeper Tyr’s facility and return the waters of the wellspring to their natural state.

Algeth’ar Academy

Long ago, the great Algeth’ar Academy was a place of higher learning for all dragons. Though it fell dormant with the rest of the Isles, it has reopened and is back under the guidance of Headteacher Doragosa. In a series of exciting, new changes, the Academy is currently seeking new students from all walks of life, not just dragons, as well as volunteers, to help get it back to the bustling halls of education it once was. Those who walk the Academy grounds are sure to learn something new.

  • Vexamus: As one of the most tenured professors in the academy, Maxdormu uses his powers as a bronze dragon to help bring his history lessons to life.
    While this proves to be quite an educational and fun experience, it can occasionally go awry. Vexamus is one of Professor Maxdormu’s favorite lessons, but if any historical detail is inaccurate, he will be quick to scold any rowdy students.
  • Overgrown Ancient: Professors Mystakria and Ichistrasz have used just a touch too much magic in an effort to clear the botany labs. Now they have a big, leafy problem on their hands in the form of an Overgrown Ancient that threatens to undo all their hard work.
  • Crawth: The Lish Lirath, or Talon Toss, arena is quite literally for the birds these days. Crawth has taken up residence in the center of the arena and has no immediate plans to move out soon. Let’s see if we can get her to play ball…and leave.
  • Echo of Headteacher Doragosa: Headteacher Doragosa thought of everything when it came to Algeth’ar Academy. Including a complex simulacrum of herself to take care of any day-to-day tasks and upkeep while the isles lay dormant. Now that the Academy is open once again, perhaps she can use it to help keep track of all the new students. It’s done a fine job in the interim and is absolutely the one spell that did not degrade after all these years. Perfectly stable and helpful. Right?

Inhabitants of Thaldraszus

Valdrakken Scaleworn
Valdrakken Scaleworn
Giant Mantis
Giant Mantis
Primal Beetle
Primal Beetle

Check WorldofWarcraft.com/news for updates and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

See you in the Dragon Isles!

Hotfixes: November 10 2022, Dampening / Healing Changes in Arenas, The WoW Variety Show is back with Episode 2!

This morning’s hotfixes include more bugfixes and a couple of nerfs to balance druids. Additionally starting with next week’s second prepatch Dampening will start earlier in Arena.

In other news The WoW Variety show is returning for a second episode and players from both US and EU can sign up this time around!

Quote from: Blizzard

November 10, 2022


  • Demon Hunter
    • Vengeance
      • Fixed an issue that caused Darkness’ effect to be 10% as Vengeance instead of the intended 20%.
  • Druid
    • Balance
      • Starfall damage reduced by 30%.
      • Starfire damage reduced by 15%.
      • Wrath now generates 8 Astral Power (was 6 Astral Power).
  • Rogue
    • Assassination
      • Duskwalker’s Patch (Runecarving Power) now correctly affects Deathmark instead of Vendetta. The tooltip will be updated to reflect this change in a future patch.

Player versus Player

  • Players who participate in Korrak’s Revenge and complete the bonus objective to obtain 200 Timewarped Badges from the event can earn two mounts: the Stormpike Battle Ram (Alliance) and the Frostwolf Snarler (Horde).

Wrath of the Lich King Classic

  • Classes
    • Hunter
      • Fixed an interaction with Roar of Sacrifice and pets that would cause the pet to take significant damage, usually killing the pet.
  • User Interface and Accessibility
    • Festering Emerald Drake is now correctly able to be mounted in Dalaran.

Dampening / Healing Changes in Arenas Coming in Dragonflight Pre-Expansion Phase 2

Quote from: Blizzard

Recently, some changes were made in the Dragonflight beta which increased player health by 40% at level 70. We have been evaluating what effect this would have on the power of healing in PvP and we wanted to provide an update for that.

In internal playtests, we have seen the healing has been too powerful in PvP scenarios. Alongside the above player health change, we saw that talent trees have a lot of disparity of power that some abilities have in PvE vs PvP, such as Overgrowth for Restoration druids.

With that context, we discussed several options for tuning healing, including using PvP multipliers on an enormous number of abilities, but we felt that adjusting via a flat value would be the easiest to understand from a player point of view due to its consistency and would also target personal survivability abilities at the same time. This would also give us the option to address outlier abilities with PvP multipliers.

For instanced Arena, matches will now start at a flat 10% decreased healing above what they were in each mode. Along with this, the Dampening timer (when dampening starts to increase) now starts earlier in 3v3 Arena matches to reduce the game length in match ups where there may be a stalemate without the added pressure of higher Dampening. What this means is the following:

• Solo Shuffle – Start at 10% Dampening and after 1 minute, ramp up at a pace of 25% per minute
• 2v2 (double DPS) – Start at 10% Dampening and immediately ramp up at a pace of 6% per minute
• 2v2 (with a healer) – Start at 30% Dampening (up from 20%) and immediately ramp up at a pace of 6% per minute
• 3v3 – Start at 10% Dampening and after 3 minutes (down from 5 minutes), ramp up at a pace of 6% per minute

Additionally, we have changed the Dampening debuff to show the number of stacks on the debuff itself to improve visibility.

We will continue to monitor PvP pacing in various content to evaluate any further adjustments we should make either with Dampening or the PvP trinket set bonus.

We’ll see you in the Arena!

The WoW Variety Show is back with Episode 2!

Quote from: Blizzard

The Dragon Isles are arriving in World of Warcraft, and with them, the latest episode of the WoW Variety Show featuring new challenges, new faces, and new prizes! Mark your calendar to tune in on Youtube and Twitch from December 10 to December 11.

Episode 2 of the WoW Variety Show is coming soon to Azeroth’s newest continent! We’ll be showcasing some of the very best that the Dragon Isles has to offer, from awakening on the molten shores to soaring high through beautiful skies. This weekend-long excursion will be jam-packed with plenty of action, adventure, and surprises for our contestants and audience alike. Participation in this episode’s activities have been expanded to include both EU and NA players, with spots for over 300 contestants!

Think you can take the heat? Join the WoW Variety Show Discord and apply today to take flight!

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Day 1

The first day of the show will have three activities featuring our friendly competitors, with some special surprises in store that’ll bring even more fun to the show!

Leveling Race

Four WoW Celebrity Contestants (to be revealed in the coming weeks) must battle monsters, one another, and our Wheel of Warcraft to see who can gain the most experience within an hour!

Dragonriding Relay

Ready, set, relay race! Four teams, each comprised of one WoW Celebrity Contestant and four WoW Community Contestants, will duke it out in the skies on dragonback. Not only will they need to work together to ensure a successful relay, but they’ll need to think quickly to navigate through our course and make it to the end. We’re scouting the fastest Dragonriders in Azeroth for this activity, so sign up today for your shot at the skies!

Dragon Isles Expedition

Finally, we’ll be ending the day with a massive expedition throughout the Isles! 200 of Azeroth’s most adventurous inhabitants from NA and EU will be recruited to find the fastest path possible through the leveling zones of the Dragon Isles. Register today to start your journey, because spots are limited.

But wait, there’s more! We’ve got some special surprises in store for the show beyond these three activities, so stay tuned.

Day 2

Teeming with keys and packed with PvP, the second day of the show will be back with even more variety action!

Dragonflight Mythic+ Showcase

Two teams composed of some of your favorite Mythic+ personalities will explore the four new Dragonflight dungeons present in Season 1. Join them to check out the new strategies and routes for some quick tips and tactics that will give you a headstart pushing your score!


Evokers will enter the Arena in Dragonflight, and we’re inviting eight gladiators to participate in a series of Evoker-only show matches. This elimination 2v2 bracket will be followed by several Solo Shuffle matches as the finishing touch to the final day of Episode 2 of the WoW Variety Show!


Who can compete?

  • While Episode 1 was limited to players from the North Americas region, this episode will be open to both NA and EU players! Full eligibility and rules can be found here.

How many spots are open?

  • While our activities are bigger than ever this time around, spots are still limited to allow us to ensure the best experience for everyone!

For the Dragonriding Relay, each WoW Celebrity Contestant will race alongside four WoW Community Contestants for a total of 16 spots.

The Dragon Isles Expedition will be led by 100 players from the North Americas region and 100 players from the Europe region.

When does registration close?

  • We’ll be accepting applications until 10:00am (PT) on November 25, 2022.

When will invitations be extended?

  • All invitations to the show will be extended by 5:00pm on Friday, December 2, 2022.

Who are the WoW Celebrity Contestants?

  • The WoW Celebrity Contestants will be revealed in the coming weeks! Make sure to follow us on Twitter to catch who will be joining the broadcast.

What are the prizes?

  • A variety of in-game goodies (including game time, mounts, pets, and more special surprises) will be available to participants and audience members throughout the broadcast.

What are the surprises?

  • A surprise is defined as something unexpected or astonishing. As such, we’ll be doing our part to keep our surprises hidden and unexpected!

Dragonflight Pre-Launch Stream November 15, Dragonflight Pre-Expansion Phase 2 Update Notes, Beta Mythic+ Testing – 10-14 November

Blizzard has announced a couple of things tonight!

  • A livestream with the developers to kickoff the next phase of the prepatch and to reveal the second Dragonflight cinematic!
  • Prepatch Phase 2 Patch Notes
  • Mythic+ Beta testing is live right now for an additional day of testing
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Tune in at 9:00 a.m. PST on the Warcraft Twitch channel, Warcraft YouTube channel, or join us here on the official site for a pre-launch stream with World of Warcraft Executive Producer Holly Longdale and Dragonflight developers to ring in the second phase of the pre-expansion patch.

Take flight with the debut of the official Dragonflight launch cinematic with Lead Cinematic Narrative Designer Terran Gregory and Cinematic Director Anna Morgan as they take you through an exhilarating experience of wind-swept action that soars in a high-definition adventure over the Dragon Isles.

Dragonflight Pre-Expansion Phase 2 Update Notes

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The Dragonflight Pre-Expansion Phase 2 update is around the corner! Get ready to create a dracthyr Evoker and journey through the Forbidden Reach, ward off attacks from the Primalists in the Primal Storms in-game event, and brave the new dungeon, Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr.


Players will menace their foes (or empower their allies) as the new dracthyr Evoker, World of Warcraft’s first-ever race and class combination. Able to switch between a humanoid visage and a fearsome draconic form, the dracthyr are highly mobile, and their unique Evoker class can specialize in ranged damage-dealing or in aiding their allies as a healer by harnessing the mystical gifts of dragonkind. They’ll awake from their slumber in the Forbidden Reach, where they’ll take up their training to join the forces of dragonkind in the defense of the isles. [LEARN MORE]


Journey through the Forbidden Reach as a dracthyr Evoker and dive into the mysteries of the past as enemies and potential allies, new and old, are drawn to this place of ancient power. [LEARN MORE]


Ward off attacks from the Primalists with new quests and world events, setting the stage for Dragonflight’s launch.


Uldaman is an ancient titan facility where, long ago, allies of the heroic Keeper Tyr hid the Discs of Norgannon.

After returning to the Dragon Isles, Queen Alexstrasza learned of another disc locked away within Uldaman… one that holds the memories of Tyr himself. Believing this knowledge is needed to restore the power of the Aspects, Alexstrasza has asked her mortal allies to brave the perils of Uldaman and recover Tyr’s memories to secure the future of dragonkind. [LEARN MORE]


  • Updated several achievements to correctly include the new race/class combinations added in the Phase 1 update.


  • Multiple class talents have had their icons adjusted to prevent duplicate icons in the talent trees.
  • Fixed an issue with that was causing several talents’ tooltips to not show their correct cooldown if it was possible to get multiple charges of the ability via talents.
    • Blood
      • Fixed an issue that was causing Death’s Caress to incorrectly grant 6 stacks of Boneshield when cast.
    • Vengeance
      • Fixed an issue that allowed Spirit Bomb healing to be increased by healing taken modifiers (like Guardian Spirit).
    • Moonkin Form now correctly increases Spell Damage by 10% for Feral, Guardian, and Restoration Druids.
    • Fixed an issue that prevented Adaptive Swarm from jumping to new targets if the current target despawned.
    • Balance
      • Syzygy has been renamed to Orbital Strike.
      • Fixed an issue where Vulnerable Flesh blocked Twin Moons on the Balance talent tree.
      • Fixed an issue that prevented Touch of the Cosmos from being triggered when Celestial Alignment or Incarnation was active.
    • Feral
      • Brutal Slash now replaces Swipe in Bear Form as well. Brutal Slash does not cost energy or generate combo points while in Bear Form.
      • Fixed an issue that allowed Tear to benefit from Hasted periodic events when the Rip and Tear talent was selected.
    • Guardian
      • The Guardian Druid tree has undergone changes to its node connections and talent positions.
        • Scintillating Moonlight, Twin Moonfire, and Galactic Guardian are now after the 20 point gate.
        • Survival of the Fittest, After the Wildfire/Guardian of Elune choice node, and Soul of the Forest are now after the 8 point gate.
        • Dream of Cenarius has been split out of it’s choice node with Ursoc’s Fury.
      • Maul damage increased by 40%.
      • Mangle damage increased by 15%.
      • Twin Moonfire damage bonus to Moonfire reduced to 10% (was 20%).
      • Guardian of Elune’s Mangle now increases the duration of your next Ironfur by 3 seconds (was 2 seconds).
      • After the Wildfire healing increased by 50%.
      • Ursoc’s Endurance duration increased to 2 seconds (was 1 second).
      • Fixed an issue with Tooth and Claw costing an incorrect number of points.
      • Fixed an issue causing incorrect absorb values from Ursoc’s Fury when in combat with low level enemies.
      • Fixed an issue where Scintillating Moonlight was not correctly reducing damage taken from targets afflicted with Moonfire.
      • Fixed an issue preventing Berserk and Incarnation: Guardian of Ursoc from being dragged from the talent tree to Action Bars.
    • Hunter pet’s basic attack ability tooltips are now correctly adjusted by the Beast Master, Ferocity, and Training Expert talents.
    • Fixed an issue that was causing Rejuvenating Wind to heal for an incorrect amount.
    • Marksmanship
      • The chance to gain bonus Wind Arrows from the Legacy of the Windrunners talent should more consistently match the listed talent values.
      • Fixed an issue where Trueshot granted from Windrunner’s Guidance didn’t properly activate the Focus cost reduction from the Eagletalon’s True Focus talent.
      • Fixed an issue where only the first periodic event of Volley could activate the Salvo talent.
      • Fixed an issue where Volley stopped dealing damage if the Hunter died before its duration was over.
    • Survival
      • Deadly Duo has been redesigned – While Spearhead is active, Mongoose Bite increases the damage of your next Kill Command by 40% and the reset chance of your next Kill Command by 25%, stacking up to 3 times. Kill Command cooldown resets extend the duration of Spearhead by 1.5 seconds.
      • Fixed an issue with Wildfire Bomb and the Wildfire Infusion variants not always properly transferring threat from damage dealt while Misdirection is active.
      • Fixed an issue that was causing Coordinated Assault to sometimes not activate the Hunter Pet portion of the attack if the pet was out of range.
      • Fixed an issue with Misdirection’s cooldown not getting reduced when Wildfire Bomb dealt damage.
  • MAGE
    • Arcane
      • Fixed an issue that allowed Arcane Echo’s damage events to trigger Radiant Spark Vulnerability.
  • MONK
    • Summon White Tiger no longer stops dealing damage when its crowd-controlled.
    • Brewmaster
      • Anvil and Stave’s tooltip now specifies its proc cooldown.
    • Mistweaver
      • Unison now additionally functions with Jade Serpent Statue’s Soothing Mist.
      • Fixed an issue that cause Misty Peaks Enveloping Mists to not be extended properly by Rising Mist.
      • Fixed an issue that caused Refreshing Jade Wind’s tooltip to display an incorrect healing amount.
      • Fixed an issue that caused Enveloping Breath to trigger from Misty Peaks procs.
      • Enveloping Mists from Misty Peaks now correctly trigger the Tear of Morning Enveloping Mist heal at 33% effectiveness.
      • Fixed an issue that caused Chi-Ji’s buff to be consumed by Misty Peaks procs.
      • Fixed an issue that caused Gust of Mist to incorrectly trigger from Misty Peaks procs while channeling Soothing Mist.
    • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused Divine Resonance to initiate PvP combat.
    • Recompense now correctly caps its damage at 30% of the Paladin’s maximum health and its healing at 100% of the Paladin’s maximum health.
    • Fixed an issue that allowed Divine Toll to be cast when targeting friendly or enemy targets that were out of line of sight.
    • Holy
      • Light of the Martyr now costs 9% of base mana (was 7%).
      • Barrier of Faith now costs 16% of base mana (was 9.5%).
      • Tyr’s Deliverance now costs 12% of base mana (was 0%).
      • Crusader Strike now costs 10% of base mana (was 11%).
      • Holy Light now costs 16% of base mana (was 15%).
      • Fixed an issue that could cause Empyrean Legacy to remain on the Paladin after casting Word of Glory.
      • Fixed an issue that caused Bestow Faith’s cooldown to not be reduced by Blessing of Dusk.
    • Protection
      • Fixed an issue causing Crusader’s Judgment cooldown reduction to not function properly.
      • Fixed an issue causing Hammer of the Righteous’ tooltip to fail to display its number of charges before being talented into.
      • Fixed an issue where Avenging Wrath’s damage increase was not affecting Eye of Tyr or Tyr’s Enforcer.
      • Fixed an issue where Judgment had incorrect charges while Crusader’s Judgment was selected.
      • Fixed an issue causing Mastery: Divine Bulwark to trigger incorrectly.
    • Retribution
      • Fixed an issue that prevented Art of War from granting its full chance to reset Blade of Justice’s cooldown.
      • Fixed an issue that prevented Executioner’s Wrath from dealing damage to nearby targets.
      • Fixed an issue that prevented Radiant Decree from consuming and benefitting from Greater Judgment and Final Reckoning’s Reckoning debuff.
      • Fixed an issue that caused Divine Storm cast by Empyrean Legacy to incorrectly consume and benefit from Empyrean Power.
      • Fixed an issue that was causing Judgment bounces from Boundless Judgment to incorrectly bounce to targets that were crowd-controlled.
    • Power Infusion can now only be cast on players.
    • Discipline
      • Sins of the Many is now a passive learned at level 12.
        • Increases damage by 30% (was 12%).
        • Damage increase diminishes above 5 Atonement applications (was 1).
      • Sins of the Many has been replaced with Blaze of Light in the talent tree.
      • Blaze of Light increases the damage of your Smite and Penance by 8%/15% and Penance increases or decreases your target’s movement speed by 25%/50% for 2 seconds.
      • Blaze of Light is no longer a PvP Talent.
      • Evangelism once again has a 1.5 minute cooldown (was 3 minutes).
      • Spell damage heals all targets affected by Atonement for 40% of damage done (was 50%).
      • Power Word: Radiance now applies Atonement for 60% of its normal duration (was 50%).
      • Schism increases spell damage to the target by 15% (was 25%).
      • Malicious Intent increases the duration of Schism by 6 seconds (was 3 seconds).
      • Harsh Discipline has been redesigned – Every 10 / 5 casts of Smite, your next Penance is free and fires an additional 3 bolts. (Was: When Atonement has healed a total of 200 / 100 times, your next Penance is free and fires 3 additional bolts).
      • Light’s Wrath now has 5% damage variance.
    • Holy
      • All damaging abilities reduced by 10%.
      • Divine Favor: Chastise’s damage bonus decreased to 30% (was 50%).
      • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented Cosmic Ripple triggering from Holy Word: Serenity if Miracle Worker was talented into.
      • Fixed an issue that prevented Revitalizing Prayers from sometimes extending the duration of existing Renews.
      • Prayer of Mending’s tooltip now correctly states it has up to 4 jumps.
    • Shadow
      • Insanity should always display now as Shadow whether in Shadowform, Voidform, or not in any form.
      • Mind Sear now requires Shadowform for it to be cast.
      • Fixed an issue that was causing Insidious Ire to last longer than intended.
    • Outlaw
      • Fixed an issue that was causing Precise Cuts to increase Blade Flurry’s damage by slightly less than intended.
    • Elemental
      • Lightning Rod can now trigger from Lava Beam in addition to Chain Lightning.
      • Fixed an issue causing Surge of Power to be incorrectly consumed when casting Earth Shock immediately after a Lightning Bolt.
    • Enhancement
      • Gathering Storms has been renamed to Converging Storms.
    • Restoration
      • The Earthliving Weapon imbue is no longer removed upon death.
    • Destruction
      • Fixed an issue where Mayhem would be applied to out of combat targets.
    • Shattering Throw now correctly removes immunities.
    • Sidearm damage increased by 25%.
    • Arms
      • Bloodsurge’s chance to trigger is now 10% (was 15%).
      • Rend’s Bleed Effect correctly triggers from Sweeping Strikes.
      • Tactician grants a 1.3% chance per Rage spent to reset Overpower (was 1.4%).
      • Deft Experience grants a 0.5% increase to Tactician per rank (was 0.45%).
      • War Machine now grants 5 Rage per enemy killed (was 10).
      • Bladestorm now generates 20 Rage.
      • Executioner’s Precision now causes Execute to increase the damage of your next Mortal Strike by 30% (was 25%).
      • Hurricane now causes you to go into an unstoppable Bladestorm. The Hurricane icon has also been updated.
      • Whirlwind no longer shows an incorrect range on the tooltip.
      • Fixed an issue where Fatal Mark could be parried.
    • Fury
      • Titanic Rage now causes Odyn’s Fury to Enrage you, deal 10% increased damage and grants you 2-4 stacks of Whirlwind. Titanic Rage also reduces the cooldown of Odyn’s Fury by 10 seconds.
      • Odyn’s Fury bleed effect now shows up on enemy debuff bars.
      • Onslaught now triggers Enrage before damage is dealt.
      • Onslaught now generates 30 Rage (was 20). Now correctly modifies the tooltip to mention enrage if you have Tenderize talented.
      • Tenderize now also causes Onslaught to grant you 3 stacks of Slaughtering Strikes.
      • Titanic Rage now triggers Enrage before damage is dealt.
      • Reckless Abandon now makes Recklessness grant 50 Rage and Rampage greatly empowers your next 2 Bloodthirsts and Raging Blows.
      • Ashen Juggernaut now lasts 15 seconds (was 12 seconds).
      • Hack and Slash chance to trigger increased to 25% (was 20%).
      • Dancing Blades now also increases auto attack damage.
      • Bloodcraze now applies 1 stack when you Bloodthirst, it is no longer is applied from chained attacks.
      • Fixed an issue that caused an error when using Annihilator in combination with Reckless Abandon.
      • Berserker’s Torment activated Avatar and Recklessness now last 6 seconds.
      • Enraged Regeneration now appears on the personal resource bar.
      • Enraged Regeneration’s tooltip now specifies that it can be used during incapacitate effects.
      • Multiple instances of Dancing Blades now partially overlap.
    • Protection
      • Bloodsurge chance to trigger is now 10% (was 15%).
      • New Talent: Defender’s Aegis – Shield Wall gains 1 additional charge, and its cooldown is reduced by 30 seconds.
      • Unbreakable Will talent has been removed.
      • Battering Ram now also increases auto-attack damage by 20%.
      • Fueled by Violence should again trigger correctly.
      • Whirlwind no longer shows an incorrect range on the tooltip.
      • Fixed an issue causing Execute to sometimes incur a cooldown if you had Improved Execute talented on a different specialization.


  • The Deepening Bond effect earned through Renown is now 1% movement speed in the Shadowlands with each rank (was 2% Stamina each rank).


  • New Toy: Seed of Renewed Souls – Embrace the spirits of the weald, transforming into your Soulshape. 5 minute cooldown. Available from Lady Muunn in Heart of the Forest.


  • Dampening (Arena healing reduction) now starts at 10% in Arenas and Solo Shuffle, but continues to increase at current starting time and rate.
  • Dampening now starts at 3 minutes in 3v3 Arenas (was 5 minutes).
  • Dampening’s current healing reduction is now also displayed as stacks on the Dampening debuff aura.
    • Deserter penalty rating increased to 150 (was 100).
    • Protection Paladins will remain classified as “healers” and will only be placed in matches where the other healer is also a Protection Paladin.
    • The remaining tank specializations will be classified as a damage dealer, with a maximum of one tank damage dealer permitted in the match.
      • Developers’ note: Alongside these updates, we will be looking closely at and actively tuning tank abilities in PvP, specifically around how they fit in Solo Shuffle.
    • Fixed an issue causing Precognition to fail to trigger when being struck by some melee and ranged interrupts.
    • DRUID
      • Regrowth’s initial heal is no longer reduced by 15% in PvP combat.
    • HUNTER
      • Kill Command no longer deals 15% reduced damage in PvP combat.
      • Marksmanship
        • Aimed Shot no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Rapid Fire no longer deals 10% increased damage in PvP combat.
    • MAGE
      • Arcane
        • Arcane Missiles no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
      • Fire
        • Meteor is now 100% effective in PvP Combat (was 80%).
        • Fireball no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Pyroblast no longer deals 15% reduced damage in PvP combat.
      • Frost
        • Ice Lance no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Comet Storm no longer deals 10% reduced damage in PvP combat.
    • MONK
      • Mistweaver
        • Enveloping Mist no longer heals for an additional 10% in PvP combat.
        • Vivify no longer heals for an additional 10% in PvP combat.
      • Holy
        • Aura of Reckoning now increases the damage of Judgment by 100% (was 200%).
        • Fixed an issue that allowed Vengeance aura to be triggered by allies that were not in your auras.
      • Retribution
        • Radiant Decree is now 100% effective in PvP combat (was 68%).
        • Divine Storm no longer deals 10% reduced damage in PvP combat.
    • PRIEST
      • Power Word: Shield absorb value no longer increased by 10% in PvP combat.
      • Holy
        • Renew’s heal is no longer increased by 15% in PvP combat.
      • Shadow
        • Vampiric Touch no longer deals 10% increased damage in PvP combat.
    • ROGUE
      • Outlaw
        • Between the Eyes no longer deals 9% reduced damage in PvP combat.
      • Subtlety
        • Eviscerate no longer deals 10% reduced damage in PvP combat.
    • SHAMAN
      • Restoration
        • Riptide’s heal is no longer reduced by 15% in PvP combat.
      • Dark Pact is no longer increased by 20% in PvP combat.
      • Corruption no longer increased by 45% in PvP combat.
      • Affliction
        • Agony no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Corruption no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Siphon Life no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Shadow Bolt no longer deals 10% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Unstable Affliction no longer deals 15% increased damage in PvP combat.
        • Fixed an issue where Channel Demonfire could not be cast if Immolate’s duration had been extended.
      • Arms
        • Overpower no longer deals 9% reduced damage in PvP combat.
        • Execute no longer deals 13% reduced damage in PvP combat.


  • Removed the ability for players who have not started Threads of Fate to access the system.
    • Developers’ note: The goal with Threads of Fate was to help alleviate the linear path of Shadowlands for alts as it was the only way for players to level from 50 to 60. Now that Shadowlands has been moved into Chromie time and Chromie Time’s level cap has been increased to 60, players have a multitude of methods to reach level 60. Players currently in Threads of fate can continue through it, but the option will not be available for any new characters.
      We do not have plans to do similar removals with Dragonflight’s Adventure Mode in future expansions. Threads of Fate is a choice to use in Shadowlands and irreversibly changes a player’s character once it is chosen. It previously created two different experiences of Shadowlands, which would double to four with both of the level up and Threads of Fate being accessible within Chromie time. Adventure Mode in Dragonflight  is an overlay to the level up experience and is always on once it is earned regardless of decisions the player makes. 


  • Silver dragon portrait border added back for rare elite mobs.
  • The Dungeon Journal now indicates if a loot drop is very rare.
  • Profession Trainers added back to the minimap filters.
  • Group management frame has been fixed to appear for all group types.
  • Names added back to the Trading pane.
  • The backpack can no longer be assigned to a sorting category. This is a temporary change to resolve a bug, and we expect to bring it back in the future.
  • AddOn API: Button highlight textures can be cleared.
    • Use [known:] to check for a talent’s learned status. Works with names and spell IDs. Works with #showtooltip. Use [noknown:] to reverse the logic.
    • Example:
      • #showtooltip
        /cast [known:Execution Sentence] Execution Sentence; [known:384052] Wake of Ashes; Templar’s Verdict
        #showtooltip [known:265187] Summon Demonic Tyrant; [known:Guillotine] Guillotine
    • History nodes are more obviously marked.
    • Mousing over an active talent highlights where it is on your action bar.
    • PvP talents now show an error if a prerequisite talent is not active.
    • Arrowheads and lines are smaller to reduce visual clutter.
    • Several script and slash commands have been added for accessibility and general use:
      • Activate loadout by name:
        • /run ClassTalentHelper.SwitchToLoadoutByName(loadoutName)
        • /loadoutname loadoutname
        • /lon loadoutname
      • Activate loadout by dropdown list order, starting with 1:
        • /run ClassTalentHelper.SwitchToLoadoutByIndex(1)
        • /loadoutindex 2
        • /loi 3
      • Activate specialization by name:
        • /run ClassTalentHelper.SwitchToSpecializationByName(specName)
        • /specname specname
        • /spn specname
      • Activate specialization by order within the Specializations tab, starting with 1:
        • /run ClassTalentHelper.SwitchToSpecializationByIndex(1)
        • /specindex 2
        • /spi 3


  • (Android only) Breaking News will now display before login when applicable.




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Beta Mythic+ Testing – 10-14 November

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Dragonflight Mythic+ testing will once again be available on Beta this weekend. The test period will begin Thursday November 10th at 10:00 PDT (13:00 EDT, 20:00 CEST), and end Monday November 14th at 10:00 PDT (13:00 EDT, 20:00 CEST). Please note that the test period may be adjusted in the event of technical difficulties.

This weekend mainly features a lot of tuning, bug fixes, and quality of life improvements. We’d particularly appreciate testing with affixes to help us identify any issues with affix interactions in specific dungeons.

During the test period you’ll be able to acquire and customize Mythic Keystones by talking to the Keystone Vendor in Stormwind or Orgrimmar, and the nearby Dungeon Teleports NPC will assist you with transportation.

We look forward to hearing your feedback!