In recent interviews regarding the next expansion to World of Warcraft, Dragonflight, Ion Hazzikostas confirmed that there would be no new version of the Mission Table.
Many Covenant abilities in Shadowlands have become iconic and gameplay-defining -- for instance, Convoke the Spirits for Night Fae Druids, Condemn for Fury Warriors, and Divine Toll for Paladins of all kinds.
World of Warcraft's patch 9.1.5 has made catching up on your alts easier than ever.
Have you ever looked at the pile of Anima on your main and wished there was a way to send Anima to your undersupplied alts, or bring it with you when you transfer Covenants?
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is live with patch 9.1.5, and Covenants are just one of the game systems that received extensive quality of life improvements.
Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is now live and with it comes a lot of quality of life improvements.
The Shadowlands iteration of the mission table is different from previous versions.
Remember Pepe, the cute bird that WoW players first became obsessed with back in 2014 and 2015?
If there has been one complaint about Shadowlands, it's that there has not been enough Anima rewarded.
There are multiple reasons why we need to earn Anima in Shadowlands, and it seems like the hunt for it is here to stay.