Crucible Of Storms
In World of Warcraft patch 9.1.5 Battle for Azeroth raid instances were all placed on Legacy Loot, which means that when they are killed -- rather than using the personal loot system and thus potentially dropping nothing at all -- these raids will now drop an assortment of gear when killed, not limited to or restricted to pieces that your character would usually have on their loot table.
Did you keep your Gift of N'Zoth?
It's all been leading up to this.
In case you've been occupied, we're heading towards the release of the Crucible of Storms raid next Tuesday, April 16 and with that raid we've already seen quests that introduce us to the story, the why are we doing this that I as a player always appreciate.
Patch day is upon us, my friends, and World of Warcraft's patch 8.1.5, Tides of Vengeance, will bring a lot more changes to Azeroth.
Why are we going into the Crucible of Storms?
We now have a date for when Normal and Heroic raiders will get to see World of Warcraft's upcoming 2-encounter raid, the Crucible of Storms.
Crucible of Storms, the game's next raid, has had its loot tables datamined by our friends at WowH]head.
Patch 8.1 is getting two new raids, and one features the first ever faction-based approach to raid design
In today's World of Warcraft livestream, Game Director Ion Hazzikostas revealed the plans for upcoming raid content in patch 8.1 -- turns out, we're getting not one but two raids!