Of all the artifact appearances we saw in Legion, the lengthy Balance of Power quest rewarded my favorite one.
Well, maybe not every spec -- the language being used by Lead Game Designer Morgan Day is a bit more ambiguous than that -- but it's a definite shift away from where we are now, with each Artifact appearance locked to the spec that the original Artifact was for.
Blizzard is caving to popular demand and making the flower crowns a permanent transmog option.
Multiple reports have come in that the Mage Tower challenge is now live indefinitely, allowing players who haven't gotten the Artifact Appearance they want from the tower to run it without waiting for it to reopen.
In today's Q&A, Ion Hazzikostas crushed the hope of many transmoggers, because Artifact appearance transmog will be locked to specialization in the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion.
When you think about it, World of Warcraft doesn't actually have a whole lot of content in it that can't be obtained in that nebulous period of time often referred to as "someday." Technically speaking, this is even more true this week than it was last week, as Blizzard recently announced the +15 Challenge Mode appearances for Artifacts would not be limited to Legion after all.
The cat's out of the bag: Battle for Azeroth will be releasing on August 14, a little over four months from now.
Artifacts have been a mainstay of our characters all throughout Legion, and earning different variations of them has been an ongoing goal for most players.
The Mage Tower was up once again last week, and I couldn't help but notice several people tweeting out their newly unlocked appearances -- in many cases, for more than one character or spec.
I've been wondering about Artifact appearances in Battle for Azeroth, especially considering our Artifacts are getting an epic sendoff and there's a whole new kind of Artifact in the next expansion.