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PvP Brawls Schedule 2019” wysłany:


Comp Stomp
[July 24—31]
Resource Race

Jump into Arathi Basin for a head-to-head for battle against AI opponents in this classic battle.

Deep Six
[August 7—14]
Resource Race

Deep Six pits teams of six players against each other in three iconic Battlegrounds: Warsong Gulch, Silvershard Mines, and Temple of Kotmogu. Each Battleground offers a little variation on the traditional format, such as flags that are a bit closer in Warsong Gulch, less carts to keep track of in Silvershard Mines, and only two orbs within the Temple of Kotmogu.

Frozen Arathi Basin
[August 21—28]
Resource Race

Put away your bathing suit, pull out your parka, and enter a winter wonderland as the Arathi Basin you know and love gets a fresh coat of ice and snow. You'll be racing your way between the farm, stables, mine, lumberyard, and blacksmith through piles of snow and over a - mostly - frozen lake. One more thing: the weather forecast calls for a bit of fog of war. We hope you're prepared for the weather.

Gravity Lapse
[September 4—11]
Resource Race

Gravity getting you down? Step into the Eye of the Storm and be prepared for a whole new en-lighten-ing experience. Every minute, players on the battlefield will find themselves launched into the air, only to gently fall toward the ground again in a perpetual aerial ballet as they try to accrue enough resources to take the win home for their team.

Warsong Scramble
[Septembmer 18—25]
Capture the Flag

Do you have a flag? Warsong Gulch has always been the scene of an epic capture-the-flag battle, but what happens when you can capture your enemy’s flag without your own at base? Or if there are multiple flags at each base? Find out when you step into this PvP Brawl! We’ve also added a few more power-ups to the field of battle to stir things up a bit. To win, your team will need to be the first to capture 10 flags.

Cooking Impossible
[October 2—9]
Resource Race

Nomi is hosting a Pandaren Chili Cookoff in the Valley of the Four Winds between the Alliance and the Horde! The first to bring Nomi all of the required ingredients wins.

Deepwind Dunk
[October 16—23]
Resource Race

Can you even dunk? If you want to win this brawl, you’re going to need to work on your skills because Dunkball has come to Pandaria. You’ll race to claim balls from the map’s center, or northern, or southern mines, take them to your enemy’s base, and then go for a magnificent long range shot or go all in for the dunk.

Tarren Mill vs. Southshore
[October 30—November 6]
Warfare

Originally introduced as a part of the World of Warcraft 10-Year Anniversary event, this Brawl harkens back to the early days of WoW PvP, with an epic battle between the two towns of Tarren Mill and Southshore. In this game of war, you’ll need to work as a team and deplete your foes’ resources to claim victory.

Packed House
[November 13—20]
Warfare

We’ve put more PvP in your PvP! In Packed House, there’s nowhere to hide as you face not 2, not 3, not 5, but 15 adversaries in this 15 vs. 15 Arena battle.

Classic Ashran
[November 19—26]
Warfare

Classic Ashran is an open-ended tug-of-war battleground with special events around the zone, including quests and events.


About PvP Brawls

Every other week, a new PvP Brawl will be available to players looking for something just a little different. Each Brawl will offer a variety of modes, rules, and scenic changes to the usual Battleground gameplay, and you’ll find them in the Group Finder tool (hotkey “I”) in the Player vs. Player tab. Just like Random Battlegrounds, you’ll receive a reward for achieving victory.

Gather your staunchest allies and head into the Firelands raid dungeon to take on the elemental lord Ragnaros and his cohorts—and take on six dungeons from Deathwing’s era— during Cataclysm Timewalking, running December 10–17.

The Firelands is the molten domain forged by the titans to house Ragnaros and his wayward minions. Following Deathwing’s emergence into Azeroth, Ragnaros and his servants surged onto the slopes of Mount Hyjal before being driven back by the sacred mountain’s valiant defenders. Now Ragnaros is rallying his loyalists to defend the Firelands from Azeroth’s champions.

When: The Firelands raid is available throughout the Cataclysm Timewalking event.
Difficulty: The difficulty is set to Normal and, like any Normal level raid, will not be available through Raid Finder.
Minimum Level: Players level 86 and above are eligible to participate.
Bosses: (7) Beth’tilac, Lord Rhyolith, Alysrazor, Shannox, Baleroc, the Gatekeeper, Majordomo Staghelm, Ragnaros

During Cataclysm Timewalking, you can assemble a raid group of between 1 and 30 players to step into the molten domain of Ragnaros. Don’t have a regular group? The Group Finder (I) can help. Create your own group in the Premade Groups section or search for like-minded adventurers.


Dungeons in Cataclysm Timewalking

Grim Batol
Don’t be fooled by Grim Batol’s humble exterior; many of this mountain fortress’s desecrated chambers are buried deep in the Twilight Highlands. Once the stronghold of the Wildhammer dwarves, and later seized by orcs as a prison for Alexstrasza, the city is now in the clutches of the Twilight’s Hammer cult.

The Stonecore
Within the Temple of Earth, locked in the heart of Deepholm, lies the Stonecore. It was inside these caverns that the Twilight’s Hammer toiled over Deathwing, hammering elementium plates to the Dragon Aspect’s body in an attempt to hold his tormented form together. With his renewal complete, Deathwing ascended into Azeroth, shattering the World Pillar and destabilizing the region of Deepholm.

Lost City of theTol’vir
The Lost City of the Tol’vir is the stronghold of the Neferset, a faction of the cat-like tol’vir who swore fealty to Deathwing in exchange for a cure to the curse of flesh, which had turned their rocky hides to soft skin. With the affliction expunged, the tol’vir have rebelled against the benefactor, although they remain irrevocably twisted and hostile due to the dark pact they made.

The Vortex Pinnacle
The Vortex Pinnacle exists within the elemental plane of Skywall. Its elegant structures, crowned with bronze and gold, sit atop platforms bridged by pure air. Yet behind its exterior beauty, the pinnacle harbors Neferset tol’vir, as well as Al’Akir the Windlord’s merciless elemental legions. As long as the barrier between Skywall and Azeroth remains open, terror will rain down on Uldum from the skies.

Throne of the Tides
Deep within the Abyssal Maw’s fathomless expanses lies the Throne of the Tides. From here, the great elemental lord Neptulon the Tidehunter has surveyed and protected his aquatic domain for ages. He now faces his greatest challenge as a force of serpentine naga and malefic faceless ones threaten to depose him, leaving his realm and its secrets ripe for the plundering.

End Time
One of an infinite number of potential outcomes, this timeway depicts the desolate future of Azeroth should Deathwing fail to be stopped. Nozdormu has identified a powerful anomaly that exists in this moment and bars access to the past—and hope of retrieving the Demon Soul. The powerful creature from out of time lives alone amidst the time-twisted echoes of the past.


Just the Facts

Your character and items will be scaled down to a power level fitting for the challenge at hand, but bosses will yield loot appropriate for your regular level. Timewalking dungeons also have a chance to drop items that usually drop when you run them on Heroic, and you’ll earn reputation with a faction that is interested in the dungeon. For example, when you Timewalk through The Stonecore, Slabhide could drop the Reins of the Vitreous Stone Drake mount for you.

Look for the following all week long:
Chronicler Shoopa in Zuldazar and Chronicler Toopa in Boralus have a quest for you. You can also start the quest from within the Adventure Guide (Shift- J).
Quest Requirement: Complete 5 Timewalking dungeons.
Rewards: Artifact Power and one loot box containing a piece of gear from Normal difficulty The Eternal Palace.


Every Week

The Bonus Events system consists of a rotating schedule of different activities, currently scheduled to run each week beginning on Tuesdays. Each Bonus Event grants a passive bonus to a particular game activity and offers a once-per-event quest with a noteworthy reward for accomplishing a related goal. The in-game calendar can serve as your one-stop reference for the event schedule. The Adventure Guide also offers a direct link to active Bonus Events, allowing you to easily accept any associated quests.

The time has come to put your PvP skills to the test. The Warsong Gulch and Alterac Valley battlegrounds are now available in WoW Classic.

Warsong Gulch

Test your teamwork in this 10 vs. 10 capture the flag battleground. The first team to capture three of the opposing team’s flags wins the match and earns Honor toward their PvP ranking.

To join the battleground, you’ll need to be at least level 10 and visit the battlemaster in one of the capital cities to queue or, if you’re feeling adventurous, travel to the battleground in the Northern Barrens (for Horde) or Ashenvale (for the Alliance.)

You’ll be matched up with other players within a specific level bracket as follows:

10-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60

Check out Wowhead’s complete guide for tips and strategies to help you and your team make the most of your time in this classic battleground.


Alterac Valley

Step into Alterac Valley and prepare to engage in a battle for every square meter across this battleground. You’ll need to coordinate with your team in a 40 vs. 40 grudge match to see who will come out on top.

To queue for this battleground, you’ll need to be at least level 51 at the battlemasters within the capital cities or head out into Alterac Mountains to queue up there.

You and your team will need to coordinate to meet both PvE and PvP objectives to win. You’ll control key locations such as mines, towers, and graveyards, which will help you push further into the map toward the main objective—the opposite faction’s general Vanndar Stormpike for Alliance and Drek’Thar for the Horde. You can make this task easier for you and your team by destroying enemy towers and killing the elites guarding the generals.

You’ll also be able to turn in resources that can be looted from mobs and players that can be turned in to gain additional bonuses and aid to your side’s cause of crushing the enemy.

Earning reputation within this battleground for the Stormpike Guard of the Alliance or Frostwolf Clan for the Horde will open up access to new rewards. You can also gain additional reputation by undertaking a  variety of quests within the battleground.

For a complete guide on this classic battleground, visit Wowhead.


What are you waiting for? Get in there!

Who has your six in this six vs. six brawl? Deep Six will put you and your group to the test — running December 10-17.


Comp Stomp
[July 23—30]
Resource Race

Jump into Arathi Basin for a head-to-head for battle against AI opponents in this classic battle.

Deep Six
[August 6—13]
Resource Race

Deep Six pits teams of six players against each other in three iconic Battlegrounds: Warsong Gulch, Silvershard Mines, and Temple of Kotmogu. Each Battleground offers a little variation on the traditional format, such as flags that are a bit closer in Warsong Gulch, less carts to keep track of in Silvershard Mines, and only two orbs within the Temple of Kotmogu.

Frozen Arathi Basin
[August 20—27]
Resource Race

Put away your bathing suit, pull out your parka, and enter a winter wonderland as the Arathi Basin you know and love gets a fresh coat of ice and snow. You'll be racing your way between the farm, stables, mine, lumberyard, and blacksmith through piles of snow and over a - mostly - frozen lake. One more thing: the weather forecast calls for a bit of fog of war. We hope you're prepared for the weather.

Gravity Lapse
[September 3—10]
Resource Race

Gravity getting you down? Step into the Eye of the Storm and be prepared for a whole new en-lighten-ing experience. Every minute, players on the battlefield will find themselves launched into the air, only to gently fall toward the ground again in a perpetual aerial ballet as they try to accrue enough resources to take the win home for their team.

Warsong Scramble
[Septembmer 17—24]
Capture the Flag

Do you have a flag? Warsong Gulch has always been the scene of an epic capture-the-flag battle, but what happens when you can capture your enemy’s flag without your own at base? Or if there are multiple flags at each base? Find out when you step into this PvP Brawl! We’ve also added a few more power-ups to the field of battle to stir things up a bit. To win, your team will need to be the first to capture 10 flags.

Cooking Impossible
[October 1—8]
Resource Race

Nomi is hosting a Pandaren Chili Cookoff in the Valley of the Four Winds between the Alliance and the Horde! The first to bring Nomi all of the required ingredients wins.

Deepwind Dunk
[October 15—22]
Resource Race

Can you even dunk? If you want to win this brawl, you’re going to need to work on your skills because Dunkball has come to Pandaria. You’ll race to claim balls from the map’s center, or northern, or southern mines, take them to your enemy’s base, and then go for a magnificent long range shot or go all in for the dunk.

Tarren Mill vs. Southshore
[October 29—November 5]
Warfare

Originally introduced as a part of the World of Warcraft 10-Year Anniversary event, this Brawl harkens back to the early days of WoW PvP, with an epic battle between the two towns of Tarren Mill and Southshore. In this game of war, you’ll need to work as a team and deplete your foes’ resources to claim victory.

Packed House
[November 12—19]
Warfare

We’ve put more PvP in your PvP! In Packed House, there’s nowhere to hide as you face not 2, not 3, not 5, but 15 adversaries in this 15 vs. 15 Arena battle.

Classic Ashran
[November 19—24]
Warfare

Classic Ashran is an open-ended tug-of-war battleground with special events around the zone, including quests and events.


About PvP Brawls

Every other week, a new PvP Brawl will be available to players looking for something just a little different. Each Brawl will offer a variety of modes, rules, and scenic changes to the usual Battleground gameplay, and you’ll find them in the Group Finder tool (hotkey “I”) in the Player vs. Player tab. Just like Random Battlegrounds, you’ll receive a reward for achieving victory.

Recruit A Friend Is Now Live!” wysłany:

Ready to make memories with your friends and share fantastic adventures with them across Azeroth and beyond? The new Recruit A Friend program is the perfect way to show them the ropes.

What’s New?

The new-and-improved Recruit A Friend (RAF) program retains fan-favorite features, and it introduces a bounty of new rewards—because Azeroth is best experienced with friends at your side. Just like the previous program, you can teleport to each other with Friend-to-Friend Summoning (which works on a 30 minute cooldown) and receive 50% bonus experience when partied together.

UPDATE: If you were active in the previous Recruit A Friend program, you will no longer be able to earn rewards under the previous program as of December 31, 2019. All unclaimed rewards earned under the previous program will expire and we will be removing the redemption functionality.

More Recruits, More Rewards

The new Recruit A Friend program allows you to be linked with up to 10 friends, and earns game time and other unique rewards—like mounts, pets, and more—the longer they play. Players new to WoW and veteran players who have not purchased game time on their account in the past two years can be enlisted in this program. Each time one of your recruits adds game time to their account, you’ll earn progress toward a new reward. The more friends you invite, the faster you’ll earn the rewards, as one friend adding multiple months of game time earns the same rewards as multiple friends adding one month of game time each. See all the rewards you can get below!*

Rikki - 1 Month Game Time – 2 Months Explorer’s Dunetrekker – 3 Months
Title: Renowned Explorer – 4 Months Game Time – 5 Months Enchant: Stinging Sands – 6 Months
Renowned Explorer’s Tabard – 7 Months Game Time – 8 Months Explorer’s Jungle Hopper – 9 Months
Renowned Explorer’s Rucksack – 10 Months Game Time – 11 Months Renowned Explorer’s Attire – 12 Months
Recruit A Friend Rewards
Rewards shown from left to right: Renowned Explorer’s full set as shown (Attire, Tabard, and Rucksack), Rikki, Renowned Explorer’s Jungle Hopper, and Explorer’s Dunetrekker. Not pictured – Enchant: Stinging Sands.
Rikki—This curious monkey is ready to see the world at your side.
Explorer’s Dunetrekker—Traverse deserts, jungles, tundra, and beyond on this two-seater mount.
Renowned Explorer Title—Distinguish yourself with a unique title.
Enchant: Stinging Sands—Enhance the appearance of your weapons with swirling sands.
Renowned Explorer’s Tabard—Don this rugged tabard to show off your adventurous streak.
Explorer’s Jungle Hopper—Soar through Azeroth’s skies on this mount for two.
Renowned Explorer’s Rucksack—Always be prepared for adventure with this bustling backpack.
Renowned Explorer’s Attire—Look the part of a grizzled outdoorsperson with this rugged appearance.

Game Time

Every 3 months after your 12-month reward, you’ll get a game time reward.

Recruiters must have active game time to earn and claim rewards.
Hover or tap on the image above to see the Renowned Explorer’s Tabard and the Renowned Explorer’s Tabard Rucksack isolated from the Renowned Explorer's Attire.

Go it Together

Time flies when you’re having fun, and it goes even faster when you and your recruits play together. Conquer Azeroth alongside your friends and you’ll both receive a 50% bonus to experience for faster leveling when partied together. You can also summon each other once every 30 minutes. Furthermore, our new Party Sync feature makes it easier than ever to level with friends. When activated, everyone in the party becomes aligned to the same quest state and phase. You’ll also have access to a “replay quest” feature that allows players who’ve already completed certain quests to replay them with their friends for rewards that are appropriate to their current level, regardless of the quest’s original level. Quests can be replayed for rewards once per day.

If you’d prefer to play with your friend using a current character rather than starting a new one, you now can. By using Party Sync, you can choose to have your level adjusted so you can quest and experience outdoor content with your friends as they level up. And, If you want to queue for instanced content (such as Battlegrounds and dungeons) in their level range, you can choose to join them by having your level scaled down.

Please note that unlike Timewalking, when your level is scaled, you will temporarily lose access to abilities and powers (such as Azerite Traits and over-level spells, abilities, talents, and trinket effects) with requirements that exceed your reduced level.

Lead with Confidence

To help you help your friends, we’ve created a brand-new RAF panel in-game to help you know when to expect your next reward and given your access to Party Sync. The RAF panel also lists special activities available to players who participate in the program. Complete these in-game challenges with your recruits to earn even more rewards.

Start Your Journey

The new Recruit A Friend lets you generate a custom link in-game that you can send to your friends. This link will help you and your recruit connect in-game, and you’ll be able to see if they’ve purchased game time, which will lead to rewards for you! For each month your recruits have active game time, you’ll earn a new reward, such as unique pets, mounts, game time, and more. These rewards unlock each month and scale with the amount of time your recruits have subscribed for. And, of course, with Party Sync, you’ll be able to journey with your friends on any of your characters.

Adventure Awaits

When you’re ready to bring your friends to Azeroth, simply log in to WoW and generate an invite link through the Recruit A Friend interface, then send that link to your friends. Up to four friends can use it to link their accounts to yours. To recruit more friends, you’ll need to generate a new link, which you can do once every 30 days.

*In-game rewards are available to use in World of Warcraft, but not in World of Warcraft® Classic. Free game time earned through Recruit A Friend provides access to both World of Warcraft and WoW Classic.

Join the Wanderer's Festival: December 7” wysłany:

Head to Turtle Beach in Krasarang Wilds to celebrate and honor Liu Lang and Shen-zin Su during this new holiday.

Call of the Scarab
[January 21-23]

To commemorate the first ringing of the Scarab Gong on January 23, 2006, players will be able to relive a portion of the Ahn’Qiraj gate opening by collecting items for turn-in. The winning faction will then be able to claim bragging rights and have their faction flag hang over the gates until the next Call of the Scarab micro-holiday event.

Kirin Tor Tavern Crawl
[January 31]

The mages of Azeroth like to relax, too. Hop into a portal at your local watering hole and join the Tavern Crawl!

Hatching of the Hippogryphs
[February 23]

Those who head to Feralas will be able to bear witness to the yearly hatching of the hippogryphs. You may even make a little friend for the day.

Ungoro Madness
[March 17-19]

Dinosaurs are running amok in Un’Goro. Help quell the rampage and you’ll be awarded some temporary evolution buffs.

March of the Tadpoles
[April 5]

Each year, the Winterfin murlocs allow their tadpoles free reign over their village. You can make a difference by adopting your favorite, feeding it, and protecting it from nearby predators.

Volunteer Guard Day
[April 28]

Step into the shoes of a guard in the major cities with a /salute and you’ll get to serve and protect the city just like them. Stay vigilant and watch out for any invaders.

Spring Balloon Festival
[May 10-12]

Several of Azeroth’s characters – some of whom you might recognize – are giving tours of Azeroth in their hot air balloons. You’ll enjoy their commentary and interact with other citizens as you take in the scenery.

Glowcap Festival
[May 27]

Head to Sporeggar in Zangarmarsh, collect some rare mushrooms, and help the sporelings heal the great mushroom, Fshoo. You’ll gain a bit of Sporeggar reputation for helping them out.

Thousand Boat Bash
[June 6-8]

Thousand Needles is where the biggest bash on boats can be found in Azeroth. It’s a chance to unwind a little, away from the ongoing conflicts in Azeroth.

Luminous Luminaries
[July 13]

GG Engineering has discovered luminescent creatures in the depths of Vashj'ir. They need your help to research the creatures before they disappear into the deep sea once again!

Auction House Dance Party
[July 22]

The main auction houses in Orgrimmar and Stormwind have been cleaned out and turned into dance parties for the day! Crowd on in and show some faction pride!

Kirin Tor Tavern Crawl
[July 31]

The mages of Azeroth like to relax, too. Hop into a portal at your local watering hole and join the Tavern Crawl!

Free T-Shirt Day
[August 16]

Vendors have been spotted in several locations throughout Azeroth selling t-shirts for... FREE!!! There are even rumors of entertainers launching free secondhand shirts in capital cities!

Moonkin Festival
[November 12]

A wonderful celebration of all things Moonkin is happening today in Moonglade. Stop by and see what you can learn!

Wanderer's Festival
[December 7]

Celebrate and honor Liu Lang and Shen-zin Su at Turtle Beach in Krasarang Wilds. It is a time for contemplation and song!

Join the Wanderer's Festival: December 7” wysłany:

NEW! Head to Turtle Beach in Krasarang Wilds to celebrate and honor Liu Lang and Shen-zin Su during this new holiday.

Wanderer's Festival
[December 7]

Celebrate and honor Liu Lang and Shen-zin Su at Turtle Beach in Krasarang Wilds. It is a time for contemplation and song!


Micro-holidays provide a variety of in-game experiences simply for the fun of taking part in them. Read on to learn about more.

Call of the Scarab
[21-23 January ]

To commemorate the first ringing of the Scarab Gong on January 23, 2006, players will be able to relive a portion of the Ahn’Qiraj gate opening by collecting items for turn-in. The winning faction will then be able to claim bragging rights and have their faction flag hang over the gates until the next Call of the Scarab micro-holiday event.

Kirin Tor Tavern Crawl
[31 January ]

The mages of Azeroth like to relax, too. Hop into a portal at your local watering hole and join the Tavern Crawl!

Hatching of the Hippogryphs
[23 February]

Those who head to Feralas will be able to bear witness to the yearly hatching of the hippogryphs. You may even make a little friend for the day.

Ungoro Madness
[17-19 March]

Dinosaurs are running amok in Un’Goro. Help quell the rampage and you’ll be awarded some temporary evolution buffs.

March of the Tadpoles
[5 April]

Each year, the Winterfin murlocs allow their tadpoles free reign over their village. You can make a difference by adopting your favorite, feeding it, and protecting it from nearby predators.

Volunteer Guard Day
[28 April ]

Step into the shoes of a guard in the major cities with a /salute and you’ll get to serve and protect the city just like them. Stay vigilant and watch out for any invaders.

Spring Balloon Festival
[10-12 May]

Several of Azeroth’s characters – some of whom you might recognize – are giving tours of Azeroth in their hot air balloons. You’ll enjoy their commentary and interact with other citizens as you take in the scenery.

Glowcap Festival
[27 May]

Head to Sporeggar in Zangarmarsh, collect some rare mushrooms, and help the sporelings heal the great mushroom, Fshoo. You’ll gain a bit of Sporeggar reputation for helping them out.

Thousand Boat Bash
[6-8 June]

Thousand Needles is where the biggest bash on boats can be found in Azeroth. It’s a chance to unwind a little, away from the ongoing conflicts in Azeroth.

Luminous Luminaries
[13 July]

GG Engineering has discovered luminescent creatures in the depths of Vashj'ir. They need your help to research the creatures before they disappear into the deep sea once again!

Auction House Dance Party
[22 July]

The main auction houses in Orgrimmar and Stormwind have been cleaned out and turned into dance parties for the day! Crowd on in and show some faction pride!

Kirin Tor Tavern Crawl
[31 July ]

The mages of Azeroth like to relax, too. Hop into a portal at your local watering hole and join the Tavern Crawl!

Free T-Shirt Day
[16 August]

Vendors have been spotted in several locations throughout Azeroth selling t-shirts for... FREE!!! There are even rumors of entertainers launching free secondhand shirts in capital cities!

Moonkin Festival
[12 November ]

A wonderful celebration of all things Moonkin is happening today in Moonglade. Stop by and see what you can learn!

Recruit A Friend Is Now Live!” wysłany:

Ready to make memories with your friends and share fantastic adventures with them across Azeroth and beyond? The new Recruit A Friend program coming soon is the perfect way to show them the ropes.

What’s New?

The new-and-improved Recruit A Friend (RAF) program retains fan-favorite features, and it introduces a bounty of new rewards—because Azeroth is best experienced with friends at your side. Just like the previous program, you can teleport to each other with Friend-to-Friend Summoning (which works on a 30 minute cooldown) and receive 50% bonus experience when partied together.

UPDATE: If you were active in the previous Recruit A Friend program, you will no longer be able to earn rewards under the previous program as of December 31, 2019. All unclaimed rewards earned under the previous program will expire and we will be removing the redemption functionality.

More Recruits, More Rewards

The new Recruit A Friend program allows you to be linked with up to 10 friends, and earns game time and other unique rewards—like mounts, pets, and more—the longer they play. Players new to WoW and veteran players who have not purchased game time on their account in the past two years can be enlisted in this program. Each time one of your recruits adds game time to their account, you’ll earn progress toward a new reward. The more friends you invite, the faster you’ll earn the rewards, as one friend adding multiple months of game time earns the same rewards as multiple friends adding one month of game time each. See all the rewards you can get below!*

Rikki - 1 Month Game Time – 2 Months Explorer’s Dunetrekker – 3 Months
Title: Renowned Explorer – 4 Months Game Time – 5 Months Enchant: Stinging Sands – 6 Months
Renowned Explorer’s Tabard – 7 Months Game Time – 8 Months Explorer’s Jungle Hopper – 9 Months
Renowned Explorer’s Rucksack – 10 Months Game Time – 11 Months Renowned Explorer’s Attire – 12 Months
Recruit A Friend Rewards
Rewards shown from left to right: Renowned Explorer’s full set as shown (Attire, Tabard, and Rucksack), Rikki, Renowned Explorer’s Jungle Hopper, and Explorer’s Dunetrekker. Not pictured – Enchant: Stinging Sands.
Rikki—This curious monkey is ready to see the world at your side.
Explorer’s Dunetrekker—Traverse deserts, jungles, tundra, and beyond on this two-seater mount.
Renowned Explorer Title—Distinguish yourself with a unique title.
Enchant: Stinging Sands—Enhance the appearance of your weapons with swirling sands.
Renowned Explorer’s Tabard—Don this rugged tabard to show off your adventurous streak.
Explorer’s Jungle Hopper—Soar through Azeroth’s skies on this mount for two.
Renowned Explorer’s Rucksack—Always be prepared for adventure with this bustling backpack.
Renowned Explorer’s Attire—Look the part of a grizzled outdoorsperson with this rugged appearance.

Game Time

Every 3 months after your 12-month reward, you’ll get a game time reward.

Recruiters must have active game time to earn and claim rewards.
Hover or tap on the image above to see the Renowned Explorer’s Tabard and the Renowned Explorer’s Tabard Rucksack isolated from the Renowned Explorer's Attire.

Go it Together

Time flies when you’re having fun, and it goes even faster when you and your recruits play together. Conquer Azeroth alongside your friends and you’ll both receive a 50% bonus to experience for faster leveling when partied together. You can also summon each other once every 30 minutes. Furthermore, our new Party Sync feature makes it easier than ever to level with friends. When activated, everyone in the party becomes aligned to the same quest state and phase. You’ll also have access to a “replay quest” feature that allows players who’ve already completed certain quests to replay them with their friends for rewards that are appropriate to their current level, regardless of the quest’s original level. Quests can be replayed for rewards once per day.

If you’d prefer to play with your friend using a current character rather than starting a new one, you now can. By using Party Sync, you can choose to have your level adjusted so you can quest and experience outdoor content with your friends as they level up. And, If you want to queue for instanced content (such as Battlegrounds and dungeons) in their level range, you can choose to join them by having your level scaled down.

Please note that unlike Timewalking, when your level is scaled, you will temporarily lose access to abilities and powers (such as Azerite Traits and over-level spells, abilities, talents, and trinket effects) with requirements that exceed your reduced level.

Lead with Confidence

To help you help your friends, we’ve created a brand-new RAF panel in-game to help you know when to expect your next reward and given your access to Party Sync. The RAF panel also lists special activities available to players who participate in the program. Complete these in-game challenges with your recruits to earn even more rewards.

Start Your Journey

The new Recruit A Friend lets you generate a custom link in-game that you can send to your friends. This link will help you and your recruit connect in-game, and you’ll be able to see if they’ve purchased game time, which will lead to rewards for you! For each month your recruits have active game time, you’ll earn a new reward, such as unique pets, mounts, game time, and more. These rewards unlock each month and scale with the amount of time your recruits have subscribed for. And, of course, with Party Sync, you’ll be able to journey with your friends on any of your characters.

Adventure Awaits

When you’re ready to bring your friends to Azeroth, simply log in to WoW and generate an invite link through the Recruit A Friend interface, then send that link to your friends. Up to four friends can use it to link their accounts to yours. To recruit more friends, you’ll need to generate a new link, which you can do once every 30 days.

*In-game rewards are available to use in World of Warcraft, but not in World of Warcraft® Classic. Free game time earned through Recruit A Friend provides access to both World of Warcraft and WoW Classic.

New Pet Battle Dungeon: Blackrock Depths” wysłany:

It’s time to marshal your menagerie and put your best battle pets forward in the volcanic labyrinth of Blackrock Depths, a new Pet Battle Dungeon with Normal and Challenge difficulties available with the release of Visions of N’Zoth.


At long last, we’ve discovered the secret headquarters of the sinister group that has been conducting vile experiments on critters across Azeroth. Soon, Pet Battle Dungeon challengers will be able to embark on the final fight to stop their machinations and reveal the truth behind this shadowy organization.

To get started on your journey, you’ll need to have completed the four previous Pet Battle Dungeon quests: “Wailing Critters,” “The Deadmines Strike Back,” “Gnomeregan’s New Guardians,” and “Tiny Terrors of Stratholme.” Once all four quest lines have been completed at Normal or Challenge difficulty, you’ll be able to accept a new quest from Tizzy Gearjolt in Boralus or Radek Fuselock in Dazar’alor and begin your Blackrock Depths pet battle journey.

TIP: If you have not finished all of the Pet Battle Dungeons, or if this is your first foray into Pet Battle Dungeons, you might find these strategy guides helpful to get you ready for the newest Pet Battle Dungeon.

Wailing Critters | The Deadmines | Gnomeregan | Stratholme.

Pets from just about every family will stand against you in Blackrock Depths, so you’ll need to come prepared with a variety of your own to succeed. You’ll be able to heal and revive your pets between each of the 9 stages in Normal difficulty, but not in Challenge difficulty.

Defeating the dungeon on Normal difficulty will earn players an Ultimate Battle-Training Stone and unlock Challenge difficulty. You’ll also be able to avail yourself of Manapoof’s aid to teleport directly to Blackrock Depths’ dungeon entrance as a part of the quest reward.

Those who prove themselves to be the very best on Challenge difficulty will earn the achievement Pet Battle Challenge: Blackrock Depths along with Shadowy Disguise, a toy that disguises you as a shadowy figure for 15 seconds.

Completing Challenge difficulty will count toward a weekly quest that rewards Shadowy Gems, an account-bound currency that you redeem for an Unopened Blackrock Supply Crate filled with pet supplies, or for three new pets—Wailing Lasher, Experiment 13, and Tinyclaw. Speak with Burt Macklyn at the entrance of the dungeon to add one of these powerful fiends to your ranks.

Completing all five Pet Battle Dungeons (Wailing Caverns, The Deadmines, Gnomeregan, Stratholme, and Blackrock Depths) on Challenge difficulty will reward you with The Shadows Revealed achievement and the Mayhem Mind Melder toy which lets you take control of your companion pet for 30 seconds.

Whether you’re new to pet battle dungeons or a companion-combat veteran, you’ll want to get in on the ongoing story as it unfolds. Who are the shadowy figures that keep appearing in each pet battle dungeon? What exactly have they been building with all of the parts they’ve collected from Pet Battle Dungeons over the years?


Discover what awaits your critter pals next in Blackrock Depths!

New Pet Battle Dungeon: Blackrock Depths” wysłany:

It’s time to marshal your menagerie and put your best battle pets forward in the volcanic labyrinth of Blackrock Depths, a new Pet Battle Dungeon with Normal and Challenge difficulties available with the release of Visions of N’Zoth.


At long last, we’ve discovered the secret headquarters of the sinister group that has been conducting vile experiments on critters across Azeroth. Soon, Pet Battle Dungeon challengers will be able to embark on the final fight to stop their machinations and reveal the truth behind this shadowy organization.

To get started on your journey, you’ll need to have completed the four previous Pet Battle Dungeon quests: “Wailing Critters,” “The Deadmines Strike Back,” “Gnomeregan’s New Guardians,” and “Tiny Terrors of Stratholme.” Once all four quest lines have been completed at Normal or Challenge difficulty, you’ll be able to accept a new quest from Tizzy Gearjolt in Boralus or Radek Fuselock in Dazar’alor and begin your Blackrock Depths pet battle journey.

TIP: If you have not finished all of the Pet Battle Dungeons, or if this is your first foray into Pet Battle Dungeons, you might find these strategy guides helpful to get you ready for the newest Pet Battle Dungeon.

Wailing Critters | The Deadmines | Gnomeregan | Stratholme.

Pets from just about every family will stand against you in Blackrock Depths, so you’ll need to come prepared with a variety of your own to succeed. You’ll be able to heal and revive your pets between each of the 9 stages in Normal difficulty, but not in Challenge difficulty.

Defeating the dungeon on Normal difficulty will earn players an Ultimate Battle-Training Stone and unlock Challenge difficulty. You’ll also be able to avail yourself of Manapoof’s aid to teleport directly to Blackrock Depths’ dungeon entrance as a part of the quest reward.

Those who prove themselves to be the very best on Challenge difficulty will earn the achievement Pet Battle Challenge: Blackrock Depths along with Shadowy Disguise, a toy that disguises you as a shadowy figure for 15 seconds.

Completing Challenge difficulty will count toward a weekly quest that rewards Shadowy Gems, an account-bound currency that you redeem for an Unopened Blackrock Supply Crate filled with pet supplies, or for three new pets—Wailing Lasher, Experiment 13, and Tinyclaw. Speak with Burt Macklyn at the entrance of the dungeon to add one of these powerful fiends to your ranks.

Completing all five Pet Battle Dungeons (Wailing Caverns, The Deadmines, Gnomeregan, Stratholme, and Blackrock Depths) on Challenge difficulty will reward you with The Shadows Revealed achievement and the Mayhem Mind Melder toy which lets you take control of your companion pet for 30 seconds.

Whether you’re new to pet battle dungeons or a companion-combat veteran, you’ll want to get in on the ongoing story as it unfolds. Who are the shadowy figures that keep appearing in each pet battle dungeon? What exactly have they been building with all of the parts they’ve collected from Pet Battle Dungeons over the years?


Discover what awaits your critter pals next in Blackrock Depths!

Meet Dottie, the adorable baby alpaca. When you adopt her in-game, you’ll be helping Make-A-Wish® and WE charities aid children in need.

When you purchase the in-game pet by December 31, 2019* in the Blizzard Shop or the in-game shop, we’ll donate 100% of the purchase price** to be shared equally with Make-A-Wish® and WE.

Dottie is ready to leave Vol’dun and bound happily alongside you, exploring new frontiers. You may find yourself humming songs about her before long!

About Make-A-Wish

Make-A-Wish® creates life-changing wishes for critically ill children in the U.S. and around the world. For more information about Make-A-Wish in the United States, visit wish.org. Outside the United States, visit worldwish.org.

About WE

WE is a family of organizations that makes doing good, doable. WE was founded with a mission to fight child labor and has since grown and evolved to address the root cause of child labor - extreme poverty. In the past 24 years, WE’s programs have empowered over 1 million people with clean water, built 1,500 schools overseas, and empowered more than 200,000 children with access to education. Visit WE.org to learn more.


* Pet not available in World of Warcraft® Classic. Dottie will remain available for adoption in the Blizzard Shop or from the in-game shop after the charitable donation period ends on December 31, 2019.
**Donation amount for in-game pet excludes chargebacks, refunds, and value added taxes (VAT) or other similar taxes paid with a maximum donation amount of USD $3 million from all sales of the Dottie in-game pet for charity.

Meet Dottie, the adorable baby alpaca. When you adopt her in-game or in plushie form, you’ll be helping Make-A-Wish® and WE charities aid children in need.

When you purchase the in-game pet by December 31, 2019* in the Blizzard Shop or the in-game shop, we’ll donate 100% of the purchase price** to be shared equally with Make-A-Wish® and WE.

Dottie is ready to leave Vol’dun and bound happily alongside you, exploring new frontiers. You may find yourself humming songs about her before long!

You can also purchase Dottie in a loveable plushie form on the Blizzard Gear Store, and every purchase made by December 31, 2019 will also help support Make-A-Wish and WE.

About Make-A-Wish

Make-A-Wish® creates life-changing wishes for critically ill children in the U.S. and around the world. For more information about Make-A-Wish in the United States, visit wish.org. Outside the United States, visit worldwish.org.

About WE

WE is a family of organizations that makes doing good, doable. WE was founded with a mission to fight child labor and has since grown and evolved to address the root cause of child labor - extreme poverty. In the past 24 years, WE’s programs have empowered over 1 million people with clean water, built 1,500 schools overseas, and empowered more than 200,000 children with access to education. Visit WE.org to learn more.


* Pet not available in World of Warcraft® Classic. Dottie will remain available for adoption in the Blizzard Shop or from the in-game shop after the charitable donation period ends on December 31, 2019.
**Donation amount for in-game pet excludes chargebacks, refunds, and value added taxes (VAT) or other similar taxes paid with a maximum donation amount of USD $3 million from all sales of the Dottie in-game pet and plushie for charity.

The Pet Battle Bonus Event Has Begun!” wysłany:

Put your best battle pet teams to the test with this week’s event. To get in on the action, open your Pet Journal (Collections Shift+ P) and click the “Find Battle” button to be match up with an opponent with their own team of well-trained companions.

Look for the following all week long:

  • Chronicler Shoopa in Zuldazar or Chronicler Toopa in Boralus has a quest for you – The Very Best. Or, if you forget to pick it up there, you can start it within the Adventure Journal.
    • Quest requirement: Win 5 pet battles versus other players with a team of three level-25 pets.
    • Reward: One Ultimate Battle-Training Stone.
  • Passive bonus: All Pet Battle experience gains are increased by +200%

Every Week

The Bonus Events system consists of a rotating schedule of different activities, currently scheduled to run each week beginning on Tuesdays. Each Bonus Event grants a passive bonus to a particular game activity and offers a once-per-event quest with a noteworthy reward for accomplishing a related goal. The in-game calendar can serve as your one-stop reference for the event schedule. The Adventure Guide also offers a direct link to active Bonus Events, allowing you to easily accept any associated quests.

Just in time for the holidays, you can save 50% on Battle for Azeroth® and a range of Digital Deluxe items.*

It’s the perfect time to upgrade to the latest expansion, Battle for Azeroth, with a variety of ways to gear up, quickly get into the latest action, and prepare to confront the Old God N’Zoth himself in the upcoming content update: Visions of N’Zoth.

You can also save on Warlords of Draenor, Legion, and Battle for Azeroth Digital Deluxe items.

Visit the Blizzard Shop today!

Begin Your Adventure With Great Savings

New players** can subscribe and save 50% on their first month of World of Warcraft and join millions of players in a timeless adventure across Azeroth. With a single subscription, you can access both World of Warcraft® and World of Warcraft Classic!

*Sale ends December 2, 2019. Pets and mounts in Digital Deluxe item bundles not available in World of Warcraft Classic.

**Offer available to new World of Warcraft subscribers through January 6, 2020. Subscription to World of Warcraft does not include the most recent playable expansion, which is sold separately.

The Battle for Azeroth Dungeons Bonus Event is underway!

This Week

All week, open Group Finder (default hotkey: I) to queue for any Battle for Azeroth dungeon on Normal or Heroic difficulty.

Alternatively, get a group of veteran dungeoneers together and travel to one of the Battle for Azeroth dungeons on Mythic difficulty:

  • Atal’Dazar
  • Temple of Sethraliss
  • The Underrot
  • The MOTHERLODE!!
  • Freehold
  • Shrine of the Storm
  • Tol Dagor
  • Waycrest Manor

Look for the following all week long:

  • Chronicler Shoopa in Zuldazar or Chronicler Toopa in Boralus has a quest for you – Emissary of War. Or, if you forget to pick it up there, you can start it within the Adventure Journal.
    • Quest requirement: Complete 4 Battle for Azeroth dungeons on Mythic difficulty.
    • Rewards: One loot box containing a piece of gear from Heroic difficulty The Eternal Palace.
  • Passive bonus: The final boss in each dungeon drop additional loot on all difficulties (except Mythic Keystone difficulties.)

Every Week

The Bonus Events system consists of a rotating schedule of different activities, currently scheduled to run each week beginning on Tuesdays. Each Bonus Event grants a passive bonus to a particular game activity and offers a once-per-event quest with a noteworthy reward for accomplishing a related goal. The in-game calendar can serve as your one-stop reference for the event schedule. The Adventure Guide also offers a direct link to active Bonus Events, allowing you to easily accept any associated quests.

Just in time for the holidays, you can save 50% on Battle for Azeroth® and a range of Digital Deluxe items.*

It’s the perfect time to upgrade to the latest expansion, Battle for Azeroth, with a variety of ways to gear up, quickly get into the latest action, and prepare to confront the Old God N’Zoth himself in the upcoming content update: Visions of N’Zoth.

You can also save on Warlords of Draenor, Legion, and Battle for Azeroth Digital Deluxe items.

Visit the Blizzard Shop today!

Begin Your Adventure With Great Savings

New players** can subscribe and save 50% on their first month of World of Warcraft and join millions of players in a timeless adventure across Azeroth. With a single subscription, you can access both World of Warcraft® and World of Warcraft Classic!

*Sale ends December 2, 2019. Pets and mounts in Digital Deluxe item bundles not available in World of Warcraft Classic.

**Offer available to new World of Warcraft subscribers through January 6, 2020. Subscription to World of Warcraft does not include the most recent playable expansion, which is sold separately.

Set aside all thoughts of conflict and strife and celebrate with the bountiful feast of Pilgrim's Bounty. 

Pilgrim’s Bounty is a time to reflect upon one’s good fortune and share with all around you.

When: November 25–December 2
Where: All capital cities and most Horde and Alliance towns

You can brush up on your cooking skills and indulge in the delectable delicacies found on the on the communal dining tables located outside capital cities. Sharing is Caring, so make sure to pass food to those who have joined the feast at your table. Just be ready in case a “FOOD FIGHT!” breaks out.

If you prefer a little wild game, then set out on a hunt for wild turkey to earn The Turkinator achievement—or transform your friends into tantalizing turkey targets if the fury of wild turkeys proves too daunting to face.

Don’t forget to dress up in your pilgrim’s best and journey into Auchindoun in Terokkar Forest to visit Talon King Ikiss (available to characters level 62 and up) and earn the achievement Terokkar Turkey Time.

Learn more about all that Pilgrim’s Bounty has to offer in Wowhead’s holiday guide.

Set aside all thoughts of conflict and strife and celebrate with the bountiful feast of Pilgrim's Bounty.

Pilgrim’s Bounty is a time to reflect upon one’s good fortune and share with all around you.

When: November 25–December 2
Where: All capital cities and most Horde and Alliance towns

You can brush up on your cooking skills and indulge in the delectable delicacies found on the communal dining tables located outside capital cities. Sharing is Caring, so make sure to pass food to those who have joined the feast at your table. Just be ready in case a “FOOD FIGHT!” breaks out.

If you prefer a little wild game, then set out on a hunt for wild turkey to earn The Turkinator achievement—or transform your friends into tantalizing turkey targets if the fury of wild turkeys proves too daunting to face.

Don’t forget to dress up in your pilgrim’s best and journey into Auchindoun in Terokkar Forest to visit Talon King Ikiss (available to characters level 62 and up) and earn the achievement Terokkar Turkey Time.

Learn more about all that Pilgrim’s Bounty has to offer in Wowhead’s holiday guide.

Hotfixes: November 22, 2019” wysłany:

Here you'll find a list of hotfixes that address various issues related to World of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth. Some of the hotfixes below take effect the moment they were implemented, while others may require scheduled realm restarts to go into effect. Please keep in mind that some issues cannot be addressed without a client-side patch update. This list will be updated as additional hotfixes are applied.

Hotfixes


November 22, 2019

Achievements

  • The Mecha-Done achievement is now account wide.
  • Condensed Life-Force: The Guardian of Azeroth (Essence) pet should no longer have delays between its casts when the player has very high levels of haste.

WoW's 15th Anniversary

  • Fixed an issue that caused Outlaw Rogues that used Killing Spree against Ragnaros to teleport into the incorrect Ragnaros encounter.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused players to lose their WoW’s 15th Anniversary buff.
  • Korrak's Revenge
    • Commanders Karl and Louis Philips now have an equal amount of health.
    • Commanders Duffy and Malgor now have the same health.
    • Korrak the Bloodrager now resets and evades enemy attackers if he’s led 100 yards beyond his spawn point.

WoW Classic

  • The appropriate "Membership Card Renewal" quests will now be available to players who swap their Engineering specialization.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented enemies from dropping threat on Rogues after they used Vanish.
  • The in-game combat log radius has been fixed, and now only displays information for units that are within 50 yards of the player.
    • Developers’ note: This change better reflects the original behavior of WoW 1.12, and should eliminate the ability for addons to extend players’ senses and detect enemy actions at a greater distance than intended. This fix does not affect text logs that the game outputs for raid parses.

November 13, 2019

WoW's 15th Anniversary

  • Spellstone Delight now breaks upon taking damage.
  • Reduced the speed at which Defile would increase in area and damage during Memories of Azeroth: Wrath of the Lich King.
  • The achievement Memories of Fel, Frost and Fire is now account-wide.
  • The Obsidian Worldbreaker mount will now be immediately rewarded once a player earns Memories of Fel, Frost and Fire (previously it was delivered via in-game mail).

WoW Classic

  • The Windsor’s Frenzy buff is again properly restricted to the small area around Marshal Windsor.
    • Developers’ note: This correction restores the buff’s functionality to its original 1.12 behavior.

November 12, 2019

Classes

  • Resolved an issue that caused Survival Hunters’ Mending Bandage (PvP Talent) to heal more than intended on non-player targets.

WoW's 15th Anniversary

  • Korrak’s Revenge
    • The amount of Timewarped Badges rewarded for winning or losing Korrak's Revenge have been doubled from 10 and 5 to 20 and 10.
    • The repeatable quests “Irondeep Supplies,” “Coldtooth Supplies,” and “More Armor Scraps” no longer reward Timewarped badges.
    • Many quests in Korrak's Revenge now are daily quests and reset daily. They are as follows: “Irondeep Supplies,” “Coldtooth Supplies,” “Towers and Bunkers,” “Capture a Mine,” “The Graveyards of Alterac,” “Armor Scraps,” “Capture a Mine,” and “Alterac Valley Graveyards.”
      • Developers’ note: While acquiring supplies from the mines and mounts for the ram and wolf riders contributes to the battle, we agree with the feedback that these can be a bit repetitive. To that end, we have converted a number of quests within the Battleground into dailies and removed the reward for the repeatable turn-ins.

WoW Classic

  • The guards in Gadgetzan, Booty Bay, and Everlook now have a significantly longer range on their ranged attacks.
    • Developers’ note: We’re seeing some players attack others by abusing line-of-sight rules in Gadgetzan. This disruption is against our Terms of Service (as it was in 2006) and we’re taking action against players who exploit this game mechanic. While this new range differs slightly from orginal WoW 1.12, it better enforces the authentically intended consequence of PvPing in a goblin city by challenging the attacker to fight, die, or escape the guards.
  • The Discombobulator Ray will now correctly dismount mounted enemy players.
  • Abilities that provide a damage increase to the next auto attack (e.g. Heroic Strike and Raptor Strike) will now properly break crowd control effects if the ability was queued before the crowd control was applied.
  • Corrected an issue that prevented pets from attacking a target who entered stealth after the Attack command is used.
  • Corrected an issue with the Gnomish Cloaking Device that caused it to incorrectly drop the player from combat when used.

November 8, 2019

WoW Classic

  • Guards will now correctly be more willing to assist players in PvP combat who have Friendly or higher standing with them. However, they will continue to not assist players with Neutral standing.
  • Corrected an issue that was causing Onyxia to fail to clear the threat of the primary target of her Fireball ability.

November 7, 2019

Classes

  • Fixed a bug that caused Holy Priests’ Spirit of Redemption to trigger before Guardian Spirit in some circumstances.

WoW’s 15th Anniversary

  • Korrak’s Revenge
    • Korrak the Bloodrager
      • Korrak now spawns 2 minutes after the start of the match.
      • Increased Korrak's health by 60%.
        • Developers’ note: By delaying the spawn timer of Korrak the Bloodrager and increasing his health, both the Horde and Alliance will have time to reach Snowfall and battle over his loot.
  • Players level 10 through 60 now have their items appropriately scaled while participating in Korrak's Revenge.
  • Fixed a bug where some players weren't awarded achievement credit for Alterac Valley of Olde while within the Hall of the Stormpike area.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players who do not have the Battle for Azeroth expansion activated on their account from queueing for Korrak's Revenge.
  • Memories of Azeroth
    • Resolved an issue where Heigan the Unclean's health was notably low.
    • Ragnaros should more reliably cast Molten Seeds and Engulfing Flames.

November 5, 2019

Dungeons and Raids

  • The MOTHERLODE!!
    • Fixed a bug where multiple pools of Rixxa Fluxflame's Azerite Catalyst could trigger their initial ticks of damage at the same time.
    • Fixed a bug where multiple spells during the Mogul Razdunk encounter were dealing an unintentional amount of damage to pets.

World

  • The Charging Station should more reliably spawn on days that it is available in Mechagon Island.

WoW’s 15th Anniversary

  • Fixed an issue that caused players to lose access to their Lil’ Nefarian battle pet and Obsidian Worldbreaker mount if they logged out after acquiring them. Missing mounts and battle pets have also been restored to their owners’ accounts.
  • Fixed an issue that caused healing and tank specialization players to enter the queue as a damage-dealer when queuing for the Memories of Azeroth raids if they were a party leader or sole member of a group.
  • Korrak's Revenge should now grant credit toward the Epic Battleground requirement for the quest, “Storming the Battlefield.”

October 22, 2019

Dungeons and Raids

  • Azshara’s Eternal Palace
    • The Eternal Palace is now available for cross-realm groups on Mythic difficulty.
    • Lady Ashvane
      • Lady Ashvane’s health reduced by 5% in Mythic difficulty.
      • Rippling Wave damage reduced by 10% in Mythic difficulty.
      • Waterlogged periodic damage reduced by 10% in Mythic difficulty.
    • Queen Azshara
      • The "Stand Together!" and "Stay!" decree combination is no longer possible in Heroic difficulty.
      • Overzealous Hulk and Tidemistress health reduced by 10% in Mythic difficulty.
      • Draining Azshara’s Ancient Ward now reduces its energy by an additional 5 points in all difficulties.
      • Empowering a Ward of Power now increases its energy by an additional 5 points in all difficulties.
      • Healer-specialization characters are now less likely to be targeted with decree combinations that include “March!” in all difficulties.
      • Short Circuit now drains 10% less energy from the affected Ward in all difficulties.
      • Essence of Azeroth now has an increased duration if there are fewer than 20 players in the raid in Normal and Heroic difficulties, and lasts 30 seconds (was 25 seconds) in Mythic difficulty.
        • Developers’ note: These changes were made to smooth out the difficulty curve of the instance as we transition into the next raid tier, something we often do after all Mythic Raid Hall of Fame slots have been earned.

Player versus Player

  • The start time for the Battle of Nazjatar is no longer fixed to a 3-hour interval. The delay between events now has random variance.
    • Developers’ note: As players have learned the timing of the event over the course of Rise of Azshara, increasingly the perceived optimal way to participate is to camp the control points in advance of the start time. By adding some variance (which still averages out to a 3-hour interval), we hope to make the Battle for Nazjatar more dynamic without reducing the overall frequency of the event.

Quests

  • "Energy Cells for Everyone" now resets daily (was weekly) and will be automatically removed from players’ quest logs with the daily reset.

World

  • The Charging Station construction project in Mechagon now appears significantly faster after the Charging Station is destroyed.

WoW Classic

  • Fixed a bug that caused creatures such as Solenor the Slayer to misbehave when pursuing the player. Groups of creatures that commit to combat as a group will now all continue to pursue whenever any one of them are struck by a player attack or ability.

October 16, 2019

Items

  • Increased the chances for someone who does not have a Rank 4 Condensed Life-Force (Essence) to loot it from Queen Azshara (Mythic difficulty).

Pet Battles

  • Fixed an issue that allowed some battle pets to become invincible after being resurrected in battle by Finduin or Gillvanas.

Player versus Player

  • Fixed an issue that caused Fire Mages’ Conflagration (Talent) to interfere with PvP diminishing returns on enemy targets.
  • Resolved an issue that prevented characters that have not yet obtained their 9th weekly Conquest’s Reward from gaining the Spoils of War buff (50% bonus Conquest) during Rated Arenas and Rated Battlegrounds.

Quests

  • The weekly Island Expeditions quests, “Azerite for the Horde” and “Azerite for the Alliance” now reward 2,000 gold for players with a maximum-level Heart of Azeroth (level 70).

World Quests

  • Naga Incursions now award gold or war resources to players who can no longer progress their Heart of Azeroth (level 70).

WoW Classic

  • The buffs obtained from the guards in Dire Maul North after completing a tribute run will no longer stack.

October 4, 2019

Classes

  • Rogue
    • Assassination
      • Fixed an issue that caused the tooltip of Fan of Knives to display an incorrect amount of Combo Points.

Items

  • The Well of Existence (Essence) visual should no longer get stuck in the world.

User Interface

  • Adjusted the War Campaign UI to more clearly show which quests players need to complete to access every part of the War Campaign.

October 2, 2019

Items

  • Heart of Azeroth
    • Blood of the Enemy, Artifice of Time, and Sphere of Suppression Rank 2 now requires 10,000 Honor (was 15,000 Honor) and Rank 3 now requires 30,000 Honor (was 50,000 Honor).
      • Developers’ note: We fixed a bug that incorrectly allowed Honor rewarded from quests and mercenary mode bonuses to contribute toward the “Battlefield Brawler” and “Battlefield Tactician” achievements required to unlock these Essences. To account for the quests and mercenary mode rewards no longer contributing credit toward these achievements, we have reduced the Honor amount necessary to earn these Essences. Rank 4 for these Essences will remain unchanged. Players who are now at or above the new Honor value will need to earn some Honor for the achievement to update.

October 1, 2019

Classes

  • Death Knight
    • Unholy
      • Resolved an issue that could cause Virulent Eruption to strike unintended targets when a target with Virulent Plague active on it dies.
      • Fixed a bug that prevented Outbreak from spreading Virulent Plague to nearby enemies when cast on a large target.
    • Mage
      • Arcane
        • Damage of all abilities increased by 8%.
          • Developers’ note: We feel Arcane needs a significant bump in their damage based on their performance in a variety of content.

Items

  • Hyper-Compressed Ocean no longer displays overlapping fishing bobbers.

September 27, 2019

Items

  • The Conch of Wa'mundi now functions properly again in Nazjatar and in the deep waters of Kul Tiras, Zandalar, and Mechagon.
  • Fixed a bug that caused PvP reward items from Crate of Battlefield Goods to have a lower item level than intended when the item upgraded to rare quality.
  • Fixed an issue where some Legion quest reward equipment that upgraded to rare or epic quality were not increasing in item level.

Quests

  • Players can again turn in “An Old Scar” to MOTHER for completion.

September 25, 2019

Classes

  • Demon Hunter
    • Lesser Soul Fragments can again be consumed in all situations.

Dungeons and Raids

  • Azshara’s Eternal Palace
    • Queen’s Court
      • Fixed a bug that caused Form Ranks to incorrectly deal damage to players who gathered in the proper areas.
    • Za’qul, Harbinger of Ny’alotha
      • Corrected an issue that caused Delirium Descent to incorrectly deal damage to players who gathered in the proper areas.
  • Firelands
    • Fixed an issue that prevented Ragnaros from spawning on Heroic difficulty.
    • Resolved an issue that could prevent several enemies from spawning.
    • Players can again trade items looted from Lord Rhyolith.

Items

  • Fixed an issue where the Chest of the Seven in Blackrock Depths would not be interactable or despawn after one person looted it.

Player versus Player

  • Rogue
    • Outlaw
      • Resolved an issue that prevented the Crimson Vial created by Drink Up Me Hearties (PvP Talent) from being useable.

Quests

  • Players can again complete “The Battle for Gilneas”.

September 24, 2019

Classes

  • Druid
    • Balance
      • Resolved an issue that could cause Starlord (Talent) to not grant a player Haste when casting Starfall.

Items

  • Fixed an issue that caused Warlords of Draenor Timewalking rewards to be created at a lower item level than intended.

Quests

  • Players must now earn the achievements The Circle of Stars (defeat Za’qul and Queen Azshara on any difficulty) and Veteran of the Fourth War (complete the War Campaign) before being eligible to accept “Whispers of N’Zoth”.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players from progressing on “Traitors In Our Midst” if their encounter with Eitrigg was reset.
  • Reduced Eitrigg's health by 10% and the time between his Blood Ravager casts.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented eligible players from receiving "A Bolt from the Blue".
  • Players should now be able to accept "Vengeance or Survival" from Lorna in Gilneas City.
  • Resolved an issue where Firelands raid bosses did not grant credit towards the quest “Heart of Flame.”
Hotfixes: November 22, 2019” wysłany:

Here you'll find a list of hotfixes that address various issues related to World of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth. Some of the hotfixes below take effect the moment they were implemented, while others may require scheduled realm restarts to go into effect. Please keep in mind that some issues cannot be addressed without a client-side patch update. This list will be updated as additional hotfixes are applied.

Hotfixes


November 22, 2019

Achievements

  • The Mecha-Done achievement is now account wide.
  • Condensed Life-Force: The Guardian of Azeroth (Essence) pet should no longer have delays between its casts when the player has very high levels of haste.

WoW's 15th Anniversary

  • Fixed an issue that caused Outlaw Rogues that used Killing Spree against Ragnaros to teleport into the incorrect Ragnaros encounter.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused players to lose their WoW’s 15th Anniversary buff.
  • Korrak's Revenge
    • Commanders Karl and Louis Philips now have an equal amount of health.
    • Commanders Duffy and Malgor now have the same health.
    • Korrak the Bloodrager now resets and evades enemy attackers if he’s led 100 yards beyond his spawn point.

WoW Classic

  • The appropriate "Membership Card Renewal" quests will now be available to players who swap their Engineering specialization.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented enemies from dropping threat on Rogues after they used Vanish.
  • The in-game combat log radius has been fixed, and now only displays information for units that are within 50 yards of the player.
    • Developers’ note: This change better reflects the original behavior of WoW 1.12, and should eliminate the ability for addons to extend players’ senses and detect enemy actions at a greater distance than intended. This fix does not affect text logs that the game outputs for raid parses.

November 13, 2019

WoW's 15th Anniversary

  • Spellstone Delight now breaks upon taking damage.
  • Reduced the speed at which Defile would increase in area and damage during Memories of Azeroth: Wrath of the Lich King.
  • The achievement Memories of Fel, Frost and Fire is now account-wide.
  • The Obsidian Worldbreaker mount will now be immediately rewarded once a player earns Memories of Fel, Frost and Fire (previously it was delivered via in-game mail).

WoW Classic

  • The Windsor’s Frenzy buff is again properly restricted to the small area around Marshal Windsor.
    • Developers’ note: This correction restores the buff’s functionality to its original 1.12 behavior.

November 12, 2019

Classes

  • Resolved an issue that caused Survival Hunters’ Mending Bandage (PvP Talent) to heal more than intended on non-player targets.

WoW's 15th Anniversary

  • Korrak’s Revenge
    • The amount of Timewarped Badges rewarded for winning or losing Korrak's Revenge have been doubled from 10 and 5 to 20 and 10.
    • The repeatable quests “Irondeep Supplies,” “Coldtooth Supplies,” and “More Armor Scraps” no longer reward Timewarped badges.
    • Many quests in Korrak's Revenge now are daily quests and reset daily. They are as follows: “Irondeep Supplies,” “Coldtooth Supplies,” “Towers and Bunkers,” “Capture a Mine,” “The Graveyards of Alterac,” “Armor Scraps,” “Capture a Mine,” and “Alterac Valley Graveyards.”
      • Developers’ note: While acquiring supplies from the mines and mounts for the ram and wolf riders contributes to the battle, we agree with the feedback that these can be a bit repetitive. To that end, we have converted a number of quests within the Battleground into dailies and removed the reward for the repeatable turn-ins.

WoW Classic

  • The guards in Gadgetzan, Booty Bay, and Everlook now have a significantly longer range on their ranged attacks.
    • Developers’ note: We’re seeing some players attack others by abusing line-of-sight rules in Gadgetzan. This disruption is against our Terms of Service (as it was in 2006) and we’re taking action against players who exploit this game mechanic. While this new range differs slightly from orginal WoW 1.12, it better enforces the authentically intended consequence of PvPing in a goblin city by challenging the attacker to fight, die, or escape the guards.
  • The Discombobulator Ray will now correctly dismount mounted enemy players.
  • Abilities that provide a damage increase to the next auto attack (e.g. Heroic Strike and Raptor Strike) will now properly break crowd control effects if the ability was queued before the crowd control was applied.
  • Corrected an issue that prevented pets from attacking a target who entered stealth after the Attack command is used.
  • Corrected an issue with the Gnomish Cloaking Device that caused it to incorrectly drop the player from combat when used.

November 8, 2019

WoW Classic

  • Guards will now correctly be more willing to assist players in PvP combat who have Friendly or higher standing with them. However, they will continue to not assist players with Neutral standing.
  • Corrected an issue that was causing Onyxia to fail to clear the threat of the primary target of her Fireball ability.

November 7, 2019

Classes

  • Fixed a bug that caused Holy Priests’ Spirit of Redemption to trigger before Guardian Spirit in some circumstances.

WoW’s 15th Anniversary

  • Korrak’s Revenge
    • Korrak the Bloodrager
      • Korrak now spawns 2 minutes after the start of the match.
      • Increased Korrak's health by 60%.
        • Developers’ note: By delaying the spawn timer of Korrak the Bloodrager and increasing his health, both the Horde and Alliance will have time to reach Snowfall and battle over his loot.
  • Players level 10 through 60 now have their items appropriately scaled while participating in Korrak's Revenge.
  • Fixed a bug where some players weren't awarded achievement credit for Alterac Valley of Olde while within the Hall of the Stormpike area.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players who do not have the Battle for Azeroth expansion activated on their account from queueing for Korrak's Revenge.
  • Memories of Azeroth
    • Resolved an issue where Heigan the Unclean's health was notably low.
    • Ragnaros should more reliably cast Molten Seeds and Engulfing Flames.

November 5, 2019

Dungeons and Raids

  • The MOTHERLODE!!
    • Fixed a bug where multiple pools of Rixxa Fluxflame's Azerite Catalyst could trigger their initial ticks of damage at the same time.
    • Fixed a bug where multiple spells during the Mogul Razdunk encounter were dealing an unintentional amount of damage to pets.

World

  • The Charging Station should more reliably spawn on days that it is available in Mechagon Island.

WoW’s 15th Anniversary

  • Fixed an issue that caused players to lose access to their Lil’ Nefarian battle pet and Obsidian Worldbreaker mount if they logged out after acquiring them. Missing mounts and battle pets have also been restored to their owners’ accounts.
  • Fixed an issue that caused healing and tank specialization players to enter the queue as a damage-dealer when queuing for the Memories of Azeroth raids if they were a party leader or sole member of a group.
  • Korrak's Revenge should now grant credit toward the Epic Battleground requirement for the quest, “Storming the Battlefield.”

October 22, 2019

Dungeons and Raids

  • Azshara’s Eternal Palace
    • The Eternal Palace is now available for cross-realm groups on Mythic difficulty.
    • Lady Ashvane
      • Lady Ashvane’s health reduced by 5% in Mythic difficulty.
      • Rippling Wave damage reduced by 10% in Mythic difficulty.
      • Waterlogged periodic damage reduced by 10% in Mythic difficulty.
    • Queen Azshara
      • The "Stand Together!" and "Stay!" decree combination is no longer possible in Heroic difficulty.
      • Overzealous Hulk and Tidemistress health reduced by 10% in Mythic difficulty.
      • Draining Azshara’s Ancient Ward now reduces its energy by an additional 5 points in all difficulties.
      • Empowering a Ward of Power now increases its energy by an additional 5 points in all difficulties.
      • Healer-specialization characters are now less likely to be targeted with decree combinations that include “March!” in all difficulties.
      • Short Circuit now drains 10% less energy from the affected Ward in all difficulties.
      • Essence of Azeroth now has an increased duration if there are fewer than 20 players in the raid in Normal and Heroic difficulties, and lasts 30 seconds (was 25 seconds) in Mythic difficulty.
        • Developers’ note: These changes were made to smooth out the difficulty curve of the instance as we transition into the next raid tier, something we often do after all Mythic Raid Hall of Fame slots have been earned.

Player versus Player

  • The start time for the Battle of Nazjatar is no longer fixed to a 3-hour interval. The delay between events now has random variance.
    • Developers’ note: As players have learned the timing of the event over the course of Rise of Azshara, increasingly the perceived optimal way to participate is to camp the control points in advance of the start time. By adding some variance (which still averages out to a 3-hour interval), we hope to make the Battle for Nazjatar more dynamic without reducing the overall frequency of the event.

Quests

  • "Energy Cells for Everyone" now resets daily (was weekly) and will be automatically removed from players’ quest logs with the daily reset.

World

  • The Charging Station construction project in Mechagon now appears significantly faster after the Charging Station is destroyed.

WoW Classic

  • Fixed a bug that caused creatures such as Solenor the Slayer to misbehave when pursuing the player. Groups of creatures that commit to combat as a group will now all continue to pursue whenever any one of them are struck by a player attack or ability.

October 16, 2019

Items

  • Increased the chances for someone who does not have a Rank 4 Condensed Life-Force (Essence) to loot it from Queen Azshara (Mythic difficulty).

Pet Battles

  • Fixed an issue that allowed some battle pets to become invincible after being resurrected in battle by Finduin or Gillvanas.

Player versus Player

  • Fixed an issue that caused Fire Mages’ Conflagration (Talent) to interfere with PvP diminishing returns on enemy targets.
  • Resolved an issue that prevented characters that have not yet obtained their 9th weekly Conquest’s Reward from gaining the Spoils of War buff (50% bonus Conquest) during Rated Arenas and Rated Battlegrounds.

Quests

  • The weekly Island Expeditions quests, “Azerite for the Horde” and “Azerite for the Alliance” now reward 2,000 gold for players with a maximum-level Heart of Azeroth (level 70).

World Quests

  • Naga Incursions now award gold or war resources to players who can no longer progress their Heart of Azeroth (level 70).

WoW Classic

  • The buffs obtained from the guards in Dire Maul North after completing a tribute run will no longer stack.

October 4, 2019

Classes

  • Rogue
    • Assassination
      • Fixed an issue that caused the tooltip of Fan of Knives to display an incorrect amount of Combo Points.

Items

  • The Well of Existence (Essence) visual should no longer get stuck in the world.

User Interface

  • Adjusted the War Campaign UI to more clearly show which quests players need to complete to access every part of the War Campaign.

October 2, 2019

Items

  • Heart of Azeroth
    • Blood of the Enemy, Artifice of Time, and Sphere of Suppression Rank 2 now requires 10,000 Honor (was 15,000 Honor) and Rank 3 now requires 30,000 Honor (was 50,000 Honor).
      • Developers’ note: We fixed a bug that incorrectly allowed Honor rewarded from quests and mercenary mode bonuses to contribute toward the “Battlefield Brawler” and “Battlefield Tactician” achievements required to unlock these Essences. To account for the quests and mercenary mode rewards no longer contributing credit toward these achievements, we have reduced the Honor amount necessary to earn these Essences. Rank 4 for these Essences will remain unchanged. Players who are now at or above the new Honor value will need to earn some Honor for the achievement to update.

October 1, 2019

Classes

  • Death Knight
    • Unholy
      • Resolved an issue that could cause Virulent Eruption to strike unintended targets when a target with Virulent Plague active on it dies.
      • Fixed a bug that prevented Outbreak from spreading Virulent Plague to nearby enemies when cast on a large target.
    • Mage
      • Arcane
        • Damage of all abilities increased by 8%.
          • Developers’ note: We feel Arcane needs a significant bump in their damage based on their performance in a variety of content.

Items

  • Hyper-Compressed Ocean no longer displays overlapping fishing bobbers.

September 27, 2019

Items

  • The Conch of Wa'mundi now functions properly again in Nazjatar and in the deep waters of Kul Tiras, Zandalar, and Mechagon.
  • Fixed a bug that caused PvP reward items from Crate of Battlefield Goods to have a lower item level than intended when the item upgraded to rare quality.
  • Fixed an issue where some Legion quest reward equipment that upgraded to rare or epic quality were not increasing in item level.

Quests

  • Players can again turn in “An Old Scar” to MOTHER for completion.

September 25, 2019

Classes

  • Demon Hunter
    • Lesser Soul Fragments can again be consumed in all situations.

Dungeons and Raids

  • Azshara’s Eternal Palace
    • Queen’s Court
      • Fixed a bug that caused Form Ranks to incorrectly deal damage to players who gathered in the proper areas.
    • Za’qul, Harbinger of Ny’alotha
      • Corrected an issue that caused Delirium Descent to incorrectly deal damage to players who gathered in the proper areas.
  • Firelands
    • Fixed an issue that prevented Ragnaros from spawning on Heroic difficulty.
    • Resolved an issue that could prevent several enemies from spawning.
    • Players can again trade items looted from Lord Rhyolith.

Items

  • Fixed an issue where the Chest of the Seven in Blackrock Depths would not be interactable or despawn after one person looted it.

Player versus Player

  • Rogue
    • Outlaw
      • Resolved an issue that prevented the Crimson Vial created by Drink Up Me Hearties (PvP Talent) from being useable.

Quests

  • Players can again complete “The Battle for Gilneas”.

September 24, 2019

Classes

  • Druid
    • Balance
      • Resolved an issue that could cause Starlord (Talent) to not grant a player Haste when casting Starfall.

Items

  • Fixed an issue that caused Warlords of Draenor Timewalking rewards to be created at a lower item level than intended.

Quests

  • Players must now earn the achievements The Circle of Stars (defeat Za’qul and Queen Azshara on any difficulty) and Veteran of the Fourth War (complete the War Campaign) before being eligible to accept “Whispers of N’Zoth”.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players from progressing on “Traitors In Our Midst” if their encounter with Eitrigg was reset.
  • Reduced Eitrigg's health by 10% and the time between his Blood Ravager casts.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented eligible players from receiving "A Bolt from the Blue".
  • Players should now be able to accept "Vengeance or Survival" from Lorna in Gilneas City.
  • Resolved an issue where Firelands raid bosses did not grant credit towards the quest “Heart of Flame.”