There is a lot to do in World of Warcraft.
I often wonder about how other people play World of Warcraft.
This isn't what I'd call the best way to gear up in patch 8.3, but it covers the absolute easiest path to decent gear once next week rolls around and the patch drops.
If you liked the Mage Tower in Legion, then World of Warcraft patch 8.3's Horrific Visions is content that is designed to appeal to you -- it's content you can do solo or in a small group (up to five players) and it's designed to start off with ramping difficulty that will eventually force you out until you get better at the encounters and better geared to resist the sanity draining mechanic of the Vision.
So you want to get ready to raid Ny'alotha as soon as it unlocks on January 21st, and you're looking for the fastest way to get to the raid.
If you're looking forward to doing N'Zoth Assaults in patch 8.3 for all that sweet loot and Coalescing Visions, you're probably wondering the fastest way to get to the far-flung locations where they take place.
In patch 8.3 Azeroth is under attack by N'Zoth and you need to do your part to foil the Old God's Assault on the world.
I mean, I kind of know what you're doing first -- if you want to do anything else in World of Warcraft's patch 8.3, you'll need to do the introductory questline that unlocks everything else, from the Old God Assaults to the Horrific Visions and including the raid itself, since the raid portal for Ny'alotha will switch between Uldum and the Vale of Eternal Blossoms depending on which zone is under attack by the Old God itself.
If you're wondering when we'll get patch 8.3.5 in World of Warcraft, the answer is that as of right now, there isn't one planned.
This post was inspired by two things: seeing that Riot Games are getting back into making tabletop games, and the recent announcement of the Explorer's Guide to Wildemount, a sanctioned Wizards of the Coast product featuring the campaign setting seen every week on Critical Role.