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The Shadowlands expansion for World of Warcraft isn't technically over yet -- patch 9.2.5 is on the PTR and the Jailer wing of the Sepulcher of the First Ones raid hasn't opened yet for LFR -- but with the next expansion announcement coming on Tuesday and the Shadowlands narrative essentially completed now that Zovaal's been defeated and Sylvanas judged it seems a large portion of the player base is ready to move on to the next big thing.
This week we discuss how our characters impact the game world for better or worse, the high cost of raiding, and which TTRPG system to use to run a Warcraft-themed game.
Patch 9.2 is live now, which means it's time to start looking ahead to Shadowlands patch 9.2.5, which is a unique one for a final patch of an expansion.
The arrival of Shadowlands patch 9.2 and the new zone of Zereth Mortis has resulted in a wealth of new mounts and pets to collect.
With Shadowlands Season 4 bringing Grimrail Depot to the Mythic+ rotation, Blizzard is fixing motion sickness problems in the dungeon
Shadowlands Season 4, which will be coming in patch 9.2.5, will include new Mythic+ dungeons from this expansion as well as Battle for Azeroth, Legion, and Warlords of Draenor.
Shadowlands Season 4 is going to add a selection of dungeons from previous expansions to the available Mythic+ pool -- the two wings of Tazavesh from the current expansion, the two wings of Mechagon from Battle for Azeroth, and the two wings of the Return to Karazhan mega dungeon from Legion.
Now that we're in the final major patch of Shadowlands, there's a lot of content a fresh level 60 character would need to consume in order to catch up.
The announcement of Shadowlands getting a Season 4 is a fascinating attempt to provide players with something new in that period after all the content has been released, but before we get the next expansion.
This week, we explore what the patch 9.2 revelations mean for Zovaal the Jailer, Sylvanas, and the Lich King as well as possible connections between the First Ones and the Titans.
Many Covenant abilities in Shadowlands have become iconic and gameplay-defining -- for instance, Convoke the Spirits for Night Fae Druids, Condemn for Fury Warriors, and Divine Toll for Paladins of all kinds.