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by Published on 2017-04-06 02:14 AM

Mirage: Arcane Warfare Beta Key Giveaway

Legion Assaults Removed from Pathfinder
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
We’ve heard a lot of feedback and it’s clear to us that the cyclical Assaults schedule, and the design of the “do all 4” achievement for Pathfinder, weren’t compatible.

World Quests come and go all the time during the day too, while people are at work or asleep, and it’s not a big deal because they’re largely interchangeable. But that would change if we had an achievement required for Pathfinder that asked you to do a specific checklist of world quests. A lot of the stress and concern about “missing” individual Assaults is tied to this achievement, so we’re removing the achievement from Pathfinder via hotfix.

Once this hotfix is active, you will only need to reach Revered with the Armies of Legionfall and fully explore the Broken Shore to earn Legion flying.

Patch 7.2 Hotfixes - April 5
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
Achievements
  • The "Defender of the Broken Isles" achievement is no longer required as part of the Legion Pathfinder, Part Two meta-achievement.

Developers’ notes: The rotating Legion Assault schedule is designed to have them active at varying times of day over the course of a given week, to accommodate different work schedules and available free time. We're hesitant to have an Assault last for too long, because they stomp on the entire World Quest content of a given zone for the duration, potentially leaving players with nothing to do there once the Assault is complete. But this design doesn't mesh well with an important achievement that requires completion of all four zones - if anything, it causes stress over scheduling and potentially missing specific zones during the cycle. The Defender achievement was never intended to be a major obstacle on the path to flight in the Broken Isles; its inclusion was more for thematic purposes and completeness. As such, we're removing it from the meta-achievement required to unlock flying.

Artifact Challenges
  • Arcane Mages can no longer use an immunity, such as Ice Block, to remove Arcane Biology.
  • Fixed a bug that was preventing some players from being ported back to the mage tower when leaving the scenario.

Assaults
  • While the Assault in Azsuna is active, Prince Farondis should now be visible to eligible players in Farondale.
  • Vile Soulwardens in Val'sharah are no longer hesitant to engage in combat.
  • Spires of Dread can no longer suffer damage from players' AoE abilities, and they no longer turn to face nearby players.
  • Jarod Shadowsong will now appear for players at the base of Black Rook Hold if they leave the terrace before completing "Battle for Val'sharah".
  • Drol'maz will now respawn even if his Dark Ritualists were not killed with him.
  • Destruction of Fel Spreaders will now grant group credit for “Defense of Emerald Bay”.
  • Fixed a bug where players were not receiving quest credit if they were in a raid group during the intro Legion Assault quests.

Broken Shore
  • The Sentinax should no longer advertise that it is finished recharging when it hasn't.

Classes

Dungeons and Raids
  • The Nighthold
    • Skorpyron
      • Resolved an issue in which Arcanoslash could place an Arcane Tether on a non-struck tank target.

Items
  • Royal Dagger Haft now absorbs the intended amount of damage. For Brewmaster Monks, this absorb amount is always counted after Stagger has reduced the damage.

Player versus Player

Upcoming change to Legionfall War Supplies
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
One of the core mechanics of Broken Shore gameplay is that of acquiring Legionfall War Supplies to put towards constructing buildings, which in turn unlock various content and bonuses. Recently, we’ve begun to notice that some players have begun stockpiling their Legionfall War Supplies in order to use them at a later time. While this is fine to some degree, if it were to become a more widespread behavior, it could have severely negative effects on the rate at which buildings are constructed, thereby preventing those bonuses and content pieces from being made available.

Therefore, on Thursday, April 6 at roughly 11 AM Pacific time, we’ll be applying a hotfix that will reduce the maximum amount of Legionfall War Supplies a player can stockpile to 1000. This will ensure that building construction can proceed at a regular pace, while still allowing you to keep hold of several turn-ins worth of War Supplies if you like.

Note that, when this hotfix is applied, any Legionfall War Supplies you have over the cap of 1000 will be lost. If you’re currently carrying more than that, please make sure to turn those extra War Supplies in before Thursday.

Blue Posts
Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
Brewmasters in 7.2.5
going to be disappointed if I waste some of the effect on DoT overlap (if this does stack).
Clarification: Purifying Brew will increase the direct damage of your next Breath of Fire by 50%. We don't want to beg the question of how the DoT interacts with mixing buffed/unbuffed BoFs.

EDIT: And you will be able to Purify without any Stagger, to be clear.

Usually, we don't discuss changes so early in the design process, but decided to try it out here. That's why I've focused so much on our thoughts and intent, not the exact changes we're planning, because planned changes are so ephemeral.

Our design process is extremely iterative. We start with something and tweak it until it's as good as we can get. That means it starts out pretty rough, and solidifies over time into something better, and this discussion is a perfect example of what it looks like to peak into that process.

Continuing this iteration process, listening to your feedback, and lots of internal discussion and testing, we're now leaning toward removing the Stagger cap. (To be perfectly accurate, changing it to an obscenely large value so that it still functions as exploit prevention. If you can get to 1000% Stagger... sorry, that's probably enough.)

So there is basically two ways to "nerf" our ISB uptime.
Nerfing Ironskin Brew uptime is explicitly not a goal of these changes. We have no current intention to do that. 100% uptime of ISB is totally fine right now. (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
by Published on 2017-04-06 01:51 AM

Update (10:10 PM EST): Tickets are sold out! Try again on Saturday at 10 AM PST.

BlizzCon Tickets on Sale in Ten Minutes
Check out the Ticket Purchasing Guide for more information.
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker)
The first batch of BlizzCon 2017 tickets will go on sale Wednesday, April 5 at 7:00 p.m. PDT through Universe—visit www.universe.com/blizzcon2017 for the chance to buy yours.

Click here Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. to buy tickets!

If you’re going to try to nab some tickets, take time beforehand to read up on this year’s ticket sales process and what’s new for 2017:

  • BlizzCon Ticket Info page – Get an overview of BlizzCon 2017 general admission tickets.
  • Ticket Purchasing Guide – Contains additional handy details on the ticket-sales process, including what information you’ll need to provide before trying to get tickets.

You’ll have until July 14 at 8:00 p.m. PDT to edit attendee information on your tickets, so it’s OK to enter your own name and email address for every ticket for now—just remember to go back and update this info before the deadline!

If you manage to grab tickets during this first sale, a second batch will go on sale Saturday, April 8 at 10:00 a.m. PDT. In addition, tickets to an exclusive pre-BlizzCon dinner to benefit Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) will go on sale Wednesday, April 12 at 7:00 p.m. PDT. For those unable to attend the show, in-depth coverage of BlizzCon will be available with the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket. Further details will be announced at a later date.

BlizzCon 2017 will take place November 3 and 4 at the Anaheim Convention Center, and tickets cost $199 each (plus applicable taxes and fees). Tickets to the BlizzCon Benefit Dinner cost $750 each (plus taxes and fees) and include BlizzCon admission. For more information, check out the official BlizzCon site.
by Published on 2017-04-04 08:15 PM

Buy Games on Twitch, Arathi Blizzard, Legion Assault, Soultakers, Outland Timewalking

Patch 7.2 Hotfixes - April 4
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
Broken Shore
  • Our Valarjar allies have deployed grapple points in key locations on Broken Shore.
  • Broken Shore Rare Elite icons will now appear on the Broken Shore map even when the player is not currently in the Broken Shore.
  • Creatures other than Rare Elites and Sentinax Lieutenants no longer drop Nethershards for players who are in a raid group.
  • Rare Elites now drop fewer Sentinax Beacons.
  • Portal enemies should now drop their beacon type much more often.
  • Sentinax Lieutenants should drop multiple beacons for every player, allowing a quick restart after the break.
  • Sentinax Lieutenants now drop many more Nethershards when slain.
  • Sentinax cool-down time lowered to 3 minutes (was 5 minutes).
    • Developers’ notes: These changes are aimed at aligning the pacing of the Sentinax area without significantly changing the rewards. Upgraded portals should feel more special, portal beacons more scarce, and the final boss for each round of Sentinax activity should be a more welcome sight. Since tapping rules and behaviors of large raids of players don’t present a good experience for nearby parties of five or fewer, and especially solo players who might come along, the change to drops for raid groups is intended to allow everyone more opportunities to tap enemies.

Classes

Dungeons and Raids
  • (Hotfix in testing) Creatures in Mythic Keystone dungeons that do not proc Bolstering on death should also no longer summon Explosive Orbs.
  • Corrected the Premade Group Finder difficulty display from "Mythic+" to "Mythic Keystone", for consistency and easier searching.
  • Cathedral of Eternal Night
    • Agronox
      • Succulent Lashers now have significantly less health in Mythic difficulty.
      • Succulent Secretion now does much less damage in Mythic difficulty.
      • Poisonous Spores now hits for slightly less, and is limited to 5 stacks in Heroic and Mythic difficulties.
      • Fulminating Lashers can now be stunned or snared.

Legion Assault Live
The first Legion Assault is live on US realms! Head to Azsuna in the next six hours (from this post) to complete it. These are a good source of Nethershards and you need to do each zone once as part of unlocking flying.

by Published on 2017-04-04 06:40 PM

Patch 8.0 - Journey to Un'Goro: Card Flavor Text & More

Buy Games on Twitch and Get Rewards
Today Twitch unveiled an exciting new feature, one that gets great games into your hands faster, rewards you with goodies, AND lets you support your favorite streamers. Now, when a streamer is playing a game available on Twitch, you’ll be able to purchase it directly from his or her channel page.



Brawl - Arathi Blizzard
One of the new PvP Brawls is active today, Arathi Blizzard! This brawl brings wintertime to Arathi Basin, reducing visibility and freezing part of the lake!



Legion Assaults
Legion Assaults will go live later today! You will need to earn Defender of the Broken Isles for Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part Two.

  • The invasion begins with a zone being under attack. The skybox, world quests, and the NPCs present are changed in some areas, similar to the pre-expansion invasions.
  • The invasion quests are similar to the regular world quests, requiring you to kill NPCs and click objects.
  • After completing all six invasion world quests, you have completed the Assault on Zone quest, allowing you to move to the next stage.
  • Next you are sent to a specific point in the zone to defeat more invaders, with some similar followup quests.
  • After all of these quests are complete, there is a three player invasion scenario that sends you to the Legion ship in the sky.
  • On the ship you defeat various NPCs before defeating the leader and taking down the ship.





World Boss - The Soultakers
This week the World Boss is The Soultakers! Players have a chance to win item level 860 loot and a Storm Relic. Death Knights also can get the hidden appearance for their Frost Spec.






Weekly Event - Burning Crusade Timewalking
Burning Crusade Timewalking is back this week.



by Published on 2017-04-04 04:35 AM

The Trump Theorycraft Train to Un'Goro

Artifact Challenge Tips
If you were able to complete a challenge, feel free to leave some tips for other users!

  • End of the Risen Threat - Mistweaver Monk, Resto Druid, Resto Shaman, Holy Priest, Holy Paladin
  • The God-Queen's Fury - Arcane Mage, Ret Paladin, Demonolgy Warlock, Enhancement Shaman, Assassination Rogue
  • Thwarting the Twins - Frost Mage, Balance Druid, Affliction Warlock, Shadow Priest, Marksmanship Hunter
  • An Impossible Foe - Outlaw Rogue, Unholy Death Knight, Elemental Shaman, Fury Warrior, Feral Druid, Fire Mage
  • Closing the Eye - Frost Death Knight, Havoc Demon Hunter, Survival Hunter, Subtlety Rogue, Arms Warrior
  • Feltotem's Fall - Destruction Warlock, Windwalker Monk, Beast Mastery Hunter, Discipline Priest
  • The Highlord's Return - Blood Death Knight, Vengeance Demon Hunter, Brewmaster Monk, Protection Paladin, Protection Warrior, Guardian Druid


Patch 7.2 Hotfixes - April 3
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
Artifact Challenges
  • Tanks
    • Stunning Inquisitor Variss on encounter start no longer prevents him from using Aura of Decay.
    • Eye health has been reduced by 30%.
    • Infernal spawn frequency has been reduced by 5 seconds.

Classes

Dungeons and Raids
  • Mage Tower: Knowledgeable is now less lucrative in dungeons of lower difficulty.
  • Return to Karazhan
    • Moroes
      • The periodic damage of Garrote has been reduced by 30% in Heroic and Mythic difficulties.
      • Players can now use their abilities to remove the bleed damage.

  • The Nighthold
    • Gul’dan
      • Damage done by Bonds of Fel and Empowered Bonds of Fel have been reduced for smaller raid sizes.
      • Eye of Gul'dan and Empowered Eye of Gul'dan now take up to 50% longer to reach max energy (and begin to cast Duplicate), to better accommodate smaller raid sizes.
      • Resolved an issue in which Gul'dan could inadvertently teleport to the wrong tank after Storm of the Destroyer.

Player Versus Player

Quests
  • Quest credit for “Unlikely Seduction” should now be appropriately given.
  • Players above level 100 should now be able to acquire "In the Blink of an Eye."

Artifact Challenge Difficulty
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
I get that these appearances are the new hotness and everyone is after them, which causes frustration. However, it's worth noting that the solo challenges to unlock the new appearances are intended to be just that; a challenge. We don't expect the majority of players to obtain them within the first cycle of the Mage Tower being constructed.

Our aim for these challenges is for them to be comparable to that of the green fire questline for Warlocks in Mists of Pandaria. In that case, only a few Warlocks were able to defeat Kanrethad immediately, but more and more were able to overcome the challenge as the expansion progressed.

As we progress through the course of Legion, your character will become stronger (through Artifact progression, gear upgrades, etc), which will naturally ease the difficulty of these challenges. Likewise, as more and more players complete these challenges, more community generated content will appear giving advice for those who are struggling.

Ultimately, each artifact appearance has a different source. Some reflect dedication to a particularly gameplay style, such as raiding or PvP, others for reaching milestones like completing the 7.0 Order Hall line. In the case of these challenge appearances, they are meant to show that you've truly mastered the nuances of your spec.

BlizzCon Tickets on Sale Wednesday
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker)
The first batch of BlizzCon 2017 tickets will go on sale Wednesday, April 5 at 7:00 p.m. PDT through Universe—visit www.universe.com/blizzcon2017 for the chance to buy yours.

Click here Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. to buy tickets!

If you’re going to try to nab some tickets, take time beforehand to read up on this year’s ticket sales process and what’s new for 2017:

  • BlizzCon Ticket Info page – Get an overview of BlizzCon 2017 general admission tickets.
  • Ticket Purchasing Guide – Contains additional handy details on the ticket-sales process, including what information you’ll need to provide before trying to get tickets.

You’ll have until July 14 at 8:00 p.m. PDT to edit attendee information on your tickets, so it’s OK to enter your own name and email address for every ticket for now—just remember to go back and update this info before the deadline!

If you manage to grab tickets during this first sale, a second batch will go on sale Saturday, April 8 at 10:00 a.m. PDT. In addition, tickets to an exclusive pre-BlizzCon dinner to benefit Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) will go on sale Wednesday, April 12 at 7:00 p.m. PDT. For those unable to attend the show, in-depth coverage of BlizzCon will be available with the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket. Further details will be announced at a later date.

BlizzCon 2017 will take place November 3 and 4 at the Anaheim Convention Center, and tickets cost $199 each (plus applicable taxes and fees). Tickets to the BlizzCon Benefit Dinner cost $750 each (plus taxes and fees) and include BlizzCon admission. For more information, check out the official BlizzCon site.

Blue Posts
Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
Broken Shore Building Uptime
We will be monitoring region-wide contributions to all buildings pretty closely. If, down the line, we need to turn some knobs on our end it's something we should be able to do. Again, the topic is on our mind and we're watching to see how things play out.

It's also worthwhile to note that "casual" players are the majority, so I don't foresee a world in the near future where the builds don't get completed at a decent pace. (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)

Monk (Forums / Skills / Talent Calculator / Artifact Calculator / PvP Talent Calculator)
Brewmasters in 7.2.5
Alright, second round is on me as well, Brewmasters. Now that the weekend is over, we've had a chance to discuss all the great feedback you all have provided so far. Here's what we're thinking:

(Note that the below changes likely won't make it into the first PTR build.)

Stagger Cap
As I said, the goal of this was cheese-prevention, not intended to impact normal gameplay. A Stagger cap of 100%*HP has a lot of value to us due to it functioning intuitively within the UI. We had hoped that the amount we need to buff HP/Armor would be reasonable in order to make that work, but looking at the numbers and your feedback, we don't think there's enough room there. Therefore, we're now leaning toward a 200%*HP cap, and that just won't be visible in the UI (but then, neither is the cap of Guardian Spirit and the like).

Active Mitigation Duration Cap
There has been a ton of useful feedback about this topic. Being able to carry over a ton of banked Active Mitigation (and Ironskin Brew absolutely is AM in context) from tank swaps and low damage phases is extremely powerful, and contributes to imbalance between tanks. But we're also sympathetic to how it adds an additional complication that you need to keep in your mental space. We think that just loosening the restriction up a bit so that the window you can safely press Ironskin Brew in is much wider will satisfy that, so we're going to try a cap of 3x Duration instead of 2x. And to clarify, calling this "base duration" was inaccurate; I meant the duration of a single cast of Ironskin Brew, including traits (so 3x Duration would be 24sec with 4/4 of that trait).

Magic DR
We've talked about having armor and potentially HP as tuning knobs to use. We also have the % of Stagger that applies to Magic to use. All of the changes we're discussing in this thread are for mechanical and playstyle reasons, and then tuning is a separate (but big and important) issue. Just to set expectations, Brewmasters with Mystic Vitality are currently seen as extremely strong against Magic damage, sometimes overpowered. Guardian Druids are also overpowered against Magic damage, and that will be adjusted as well.

Thanks, and keep the feedback coming!

Another point of feedback is that Brew charges feel totally wasted when not tanking (or in a low damage phase), whereas on other tanks they can at least get some offensive value out of them.

This is rather experimental, but we're going to try adding an additional effect to Purifying Brew: "Also increases the damage of your next Breath of Fire by 50%." (tuning not final of course).

And FYI, it looks like we are going to be able to fit these latest changes (this one included) into the first PTR build.

A smarter approach to the cheesing problem, is a 'stagger-per-strike' limit.
A per-hit Stagger limit is not a possible option, since the damage in question is not guaranteed to be a single hit. Ex: Something like Spellblade's Annihilation, or a pack of many adds.

To be honest all of this "cheesing and brewmaster" thing sounds either like you're totally not aware of the fact that a lot of tank classes are able to cheese different mechanics or just like a bad excuse to make some changes to BRM for no reason.
We are absolutely aware that similar mechanics can be cheesed by other classes. It's a matter of how trivial it is to do, how frequently they can do it, how much external assistance they need, etc. A Paladin being able to Divine Shield through 1 Fel Scythe every 5min is acceptable. A Brewmaster being able to just 2-3x Purify every one of them is not. Guardians are also quite high on ability to do that, which will also be adjusted.

Please explain exactly how Guardians are being adjusted. We are all extremely interested to hear what your plans are for them. If you're planning on making a thread specifically for them please tell us so we can keep an eye out for one.
We will be discussing Guardians (and others) separately. Please keep this thread to Brewmaster discussion. (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)

This Month in WoW - April
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
April showers might bring May flowers, but it also brings with it a great many things to do within World of Warcraft. Make sure you keep an eye on your in-game calendar for exact start and end times so you don’t miss a thing!

In-Game Events

Darkmoon Faire: April 2–April 8
The Darkmoon Faire is open for business once more! Meet Silas Darkmoon and his troupe, play games that test mind and the nerve, and behold exotic sights from the four corners of Azeroth . . . and beyond!


March of the Tadpoles Micro Holiday: April 5
Today, the baby Winterfin murlocs of Borean Tundra complete their trip across the Westrift. This event lasts one day only so don’t miss out on the fun!


PvP Brawl—Frozen Arathi Basin: April 5-11
Great ready for cold weather in this week’s PvP Brawl. Enter a winter wonderland as the Arathi Basin you know and love gets a fresh coat of ice and snow. Put away your bathing suit and pull out your parka. You’ll be racing your way between the farm, stables, mine, lumber yard, 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.


Burning Crusade Timewalking Dungeon Event: April 5-11
While this event is active, players level 71 or higher may access a special Timewalking Dungeon Finder queue, which scales players and their times down to revisit past dungeons from The Burning Crusade expansion. While Timewalking, bosses will yield loot appropriate for a players’ regular level.


Arena Skirmish Bonus Event: April 12- April 18
While this event is active, Arena Skirmishes will award Honor at an increased rate. Will you answer the call to battle?


Noblegarden: April 17- April 24
The feast of Noblegarden has arrived. The proving grounds of each race, the place where young heroes first test their strength, each holds cleverly hidden treasure eggs. How many can you find?

World Quest Bonus Event: April 19-April 25
While this event is active, completing Broken Isles World Quests awards bonus reputation with the appropriate faction.


PvP Brawl: Gravity Lapse: April 19-April 25
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 once more in a perpetual aerial ballet as they try to accrue enough resources to take the win home for their team.


Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking Dungeon Event: April 26- May 2
While this event is active, players level 81 or higher may access a special Timewalking Dungeon Finder queue, which scales players and their items down to revisit past dungeons from the Wrath of the Lich King expansion. While Timewalking, bosses will yield loot appropriate for a player’s regular level.


Volunteer Guard Day Micro-Holiday: April 28
Today, the denizens of Azeroth and Draenor take some time to celebrate the hard work that their guards perform. /salute a guard to show you care!


Eye on Battle Pets —Do You Even Bunny Hop?
With Noblegarden occurring this month, it seemed like a good time to highlight some of the various rabbit or bunny types of pets that pet battlers can collect — including the newest addition the Noblegarden Bunny.


  • Holiday: New Noblegarden Bunny - Noblegarden kicks off April 16, and you’ll be able to purchase a the new Noblegarden Bunny from the holiday vendor for 100 chocolate. It’s sure to match your holiday finery so get out there and collect those eggs!
  • Dungeon Achievement: Hopling - Strange things are happening in the Stormstout Brewery, but to see some of those things, you’re going to need a little help from Ling-Ting’s Favorite Tea sold by Auntie Stormstout within the dungeon. Collect the golden hoplings tucked in the nooks and crannies of this dungeon and you’ll earn the Achievement Ling-Ting’s Herbal Journey and a new Hopling companion pet.
  • Engineering: De-Weaponized Mechanical Companion - You’ll either need to be an Engineer to create the De-Weaponized Mechanical Companion (learned from Gnomish Engineering Trainers at 475) or you’ll need to make friends with one to add this high-tech companion to your collection. This is a great pet for those with allergies. No fur!
  • Boss Fight: Darkmoon Rabbit - It looks so cute and fluffy, but don’t let the Darkmoon Rabbit fool you. You’re going to need to gather a Raid group and head to the Darkmoon Faire to take on this beast. If you’re lucky, you’ll gain a Darkmoon Rabbit for a companion.
  • Spawn: Dust Bunny - It doesn’t have to be spring to do a little spring cleaning. Just click on the special rugs found around Dalaran to get the Spring Cleaning buff and then go do a little hunting for Dust Bunnies. You’ll need to do battle to catch them and your buff will only last for 15 minutes.
  • Pet Battle: Black Lamb - Alright, so it’s not a bunny, but we couldn’t resist throwing the Black Lamb into the mix. It’s spring after all and it’s so cute and fluffy! You’ll need to venture into Elwynn Forest to battle for one of these companions. (Good luck Horde players.)


Promotions and Events

BlizzCon Ticket Sales April 5 and 8
Blizzard Entertainment’s two-day gaming convention and community celebration returns to the Anaheim Convention Center on November 3 and 4—but it’s not too early to begin preparations for a weekend full of hands-on gaming, in-depth developer panels, incredible esports competition, and more.

Tickets to the 11th BlizzCon will go on sale in two batches:

  • Wednesday, April 6 at 04:00 CEST
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Learn more about BlizzCon Ticket sales here.

On Sale Now! World of Warcraft®: Legion and Select Services
Time is running out to save $10 on World of Warcraft: Legion or save 25% on select character services! Sale ends April 4th! Learn more here.

FinalBossTV #134 - Vengeance Demon Hunters
FinalBossTV covered Vengeance Demon Hunters this week.


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