If you're wondering about what patch 7.3 has in store in regards to your alts, worry no more.
Back in May, the maximum cap on levels of Artifact Knowledge was hotfixed down from 50 to 40 -- the current cap.
We found out yesterday (to some player consternation) that in 7.2.5 players would be able to research new levels of Artifact Knowledge in "approximately four hours." But today's hotfixes pin research down to a particular time: 3 hours and 36 minutes.
Pending a hotfix, Artifact Knowledge work orders after rank 25 will only take 4 hours to complete, as opposed to the several days they take on live servers.
While this may sound like a nerf, hear me (and the WoW developers) out: hitting Artifact Knowledge 50 was going to be a serious grind, and grinds like that just aren't any fun.
So far, Legion is shaping up to be one of the most well-received expansions to date.
Sometimes you just thing a moment is pretty.
This is the Queue. I’m listening to Mayhem by Halestorm. Let’s do this.
"I can easily do X without more than a few hours a week time investment." Any time someone uses a personal example and applies it to an entire game mechanism, they are taking personal experience and applying it universally.
That's right, everyone: patch 7.1.5 is only a few short days away.
No, of course it's not.
The patch 7.1.5 PTR cycle is in full swing and Wowhead has recently uncovered the Artifact Research Synopsis.
Your Artifact is defining part of your entire Legion experience.
It’s going to take a long time to fully unlock the Artifact traits of your chosen Artifact weapon, and even longer if you decide to level up more than one weapon at the same time.
If you aren't in the Legion beta, you'd be forgiven for being confused as to how Artifact Power and Artifact Knowledge work.
You may have missed it while at work today, but this afternoon Blizzard held an hour long Legion Q&A with World of Warcraft Assistant Game Director Ion Hazzikostas (Watcher).