Patch 9.1 PTR - Korthia Zone Preview
Korthia is a new zone added to the Maw in 9.1 where a bulk of the outdoor content will be taking place. It is relatively the size of Nazjatar, possibly a bit smaller. This is the city of secrets, with lots of architecture seen in Oribos.


This article was originally published in forum thread: Patch 9.1 PTR - Korthia Zone Preview started by Stoy View original post
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  1. dess's Avatar
    Looks just like arwendel.
  1. Dystemper's Avatar
    Meh will never see it
  1. Sunnydee's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Dystemper View Post
    Meh will never see it
    I had subway for lunch today.
  1. Freedom's Avatar
    Some of the bigger trees remind me of the Sha corrupted trees in MoP's Dread Wastes, both their overall shape and how parts of their color and appearance look.
  1. Khaeli's Avatar
    Looks dreadful
  1. FelPlague's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by dess View Post
    Looks just like arwendel.
    cause it got trees?
  1. Sanguinerd's Avatar
    It's no Argus thats for sure.
  1. Frozenbeef's Avatar
    Looks like they merged all the other zones in shadowlands into one, guessing that's what they are going for.
  1. McNeil's Avatar
    Not looking forward having to spend even more than a minute in that place. At least Nazjatar had some more appeal to it, the terraining was still awful though.
  1. FelPlague's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Sanguinerd View Post
    It's no Argus thats for sure.
    well of course not, this is .1 patch not a .3 patch...
    compare it more so to... have we had any new zones in .1 patches?

    Only one i can think of is 5.1 had the slight rework to krasarang wilds, adding those 2 new towns.

    yeah no .1 patch has had a new zone.
  1. FelPlague's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Frozenbeef View Post
    Looks like they merged all the other zones in shadowlands into one, guessing that's what they are going for.
    not really, when you actually get into it on the ptr it looks nothing like the other shadowlands zones other then i guess it has rocks.. and trees...?
    It looks more like a seperate zone, with oribos structures and such, so really its closer to oribos then anything else.
  1. MechanoDruid's Avatar
    Looks very depressing.

    Adding such zones is not a way to design a successful patch. If that zone will become the main content for 6 months, with maw being second major zone, expect big loss of subscribers.
  1. hulkgor's Avatar
    Looks cool, but i'll form an actual opinion after checking it out in-game. Screenshots can be very deceiving.
  1. Agrossive's Avatar
    Been playing New World alpha and it makes me realize how dated WoW is, not just the art style, but it truly looks like dogshit nowadays in comparison. I wish they'd make a true wow successor instead of marginal updates every expac.
  1. Argorwal's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by FelPlague View Post
    not really, when you actually get into it on the ptr it looks nothing like the other shadowlands zones other then i guess it has rocks.. and trees...?
    It looks more like a seperate zone, with oribos structures and such, so really its closer to oribos then anything else.
    Rocks and trees!!!!

    Why Blizz just copying existing zones??!!!

    /s
  1. exsanguinate's Avatar
    looks like dog s*
  1. ChairmanKaga's Avatar
    Do you like muddy brown? Well I got the place for you.
  1. gleepot's Avatar
    yall are sad with your absolutely toxic and pessimistic opinions, try liking things for once -- it feels nice
  1. hulkgor's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by gleepot View Post
    yall are sad with your absolutely toxic and pessimistic opinions, try liking things for once -- it feels nice
    Gotta agre with you there.

    This boards have turned into a cesspool of negativity and toxicity towards the game that it's just getting silly.
  1. Tiwack's Avatar
    Looks like they dropped Oribos in the dreadwastes. Cool to see the brokers get a taste of their own medicine and be treated like caged animals. Delicious irony.

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