Shadowlands patch 9.2 added three Conduits catchup items that gave a character any missing Conduits as well as upgrading them to a base level.
We've received many a gear upgrade from the ancient automa and dastardly forces of the Jailer in World of Warcraft patch 9.2, but the new Zereth Mortis zone has more than just new things to kill.
Lately, I've been wondering how Warrior design will change past Shadowlands -- after all, if there is any constant, it's change.
Enhanced Conduit slots are now available, making your Conduits more powerful (as long as you have the Renown)
The Chains of Domination story campaign is finished, but that doesn't mean Renown isn't still important.
If you're having a tough time keeping every new system coming to the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands, it may help to think of Conduits as similar to Relics from Legion -- just as Relics modified the Artifact, Conduits modify your Soulbinds and let you customize them to a degree.
In Shadowlands, Conduits are a bit like gems: we'll slot them in our Soulbind trees to give ourselves buffs and abilities.
One of the major new systems from World of Warcraft Shadowlands, Conduits, will no longer have a weekly cooldown for adjustments, letting you shift Conduits to suit your playstyle without a long wait.
There's a lot coming to World of Warcraft when Shadowlands drops.
For some folks, the upcoming design of Conduits as part of World of Warcraft's next expansion Shadowlands has been a concern, and there's been some debate about if it makes sense if they could be permanently destroyed when removed, the way gems have worked in gear over the years.
After getting a first look at the Soulbind and Conduit system in Shadowlands, I had some apprehensions, because it shares many of the same mechanics that plagued Battle for Azeroth's Azerite Armor.