Generally speaking, World of Warcraft saves its most class-altering changes for the patches that introduce the systems for the next expansion -- changes like the loss of Armor Penetration, or the introduction of Holy Power, or the removal of Stances from Warriors.
Titan's Grip for all three specs.
F0r me, the Shadowlands pre-patch has had quite a few surprises, and one of the biggest was how much I'm enjoying going Single-Minded Fury on my main Warrior.
It's the barbershop, isn't it?
Shadowlands is bringing back the class fantasy feeling of Legion, so much that they cheekily called it "The Unpruning" — undoing the "surgical pruning" that had been happening since Warlords of Draenor.
One thing that's going to happen in Shadowlands is, we'll eventually shelve our Hearts of Azeroth and no longer have access to them or to the Azerite Traits that depends on them to work.
World of Warcraft's next expansion, Shadowlands, is in alpha and, with every new build that is released, we scurry to see what has changed to our favorite class — if anything has changed at all, that is.
What talents, Azerite powers, Artifact Traits, or other abilities are you still hoping to see return in WoW Shadowlands?
Shadowlands is making a lot of players very happy by returning several spells to their favorites class(es), in what's being referred to as "the unpruning." For the most part, the list of returning abilities seems to be a runaway success.
Shadowlands is on the horizon, and big changes are coming for Shaman of all specs.
If you play a Rogue in World of Warcraft, you should know that the first rule of Rogue Club is: we don't talk about Rogue Club.