Last Wednesday, July 1st, the Hunter community's collective jaw hit the floor with the news that, come Shadowlands, we're getting more stable slots -- not just a robust 50, but enough so we can have a total of 206 pets.
Many classes are seeing changes across all specializations in World of Warcraft Shadowlands.
You should play a Warrior.
So far, I've seen a lot of complaints about Thunderslash being nerfed and not any complaints about Inquisitor Variss getting watered down in this round of hotfixes for Patch 7.2.
Legion Warlock talents haven't changed much recently and are mostly the same since Legion alpha, but we'll recap here what might be good questing and leveling talents as we prepare to look towards 110.
Although I've been severely delayed to level 110 by various bugged quests and server instability, I'm catching up to progress again on the Warlock class order campaign.
Among the Diablo 3-esque features of this expansion, in addition to the bounty-like world questing, are legendaries with specific class ability effects, sometimes spec-specific.
On one hand, our third spec is finally here!
Someone has to be last to be worked on, and apparently Destruction is it for Legion alpha.
Apparently Destruction Warlocks will not be testable before Legion alpha freezes over via Frost Mages.