One of the things that's been a big part of gearing in Battle for Azeroth is randomness.
I'm asking this because I just dusted off my level-120 Death Knight -- the first character I leveled to 120 and promptly abandoned for my Warrior because I'm me -- and, wow, was that painful.
Ever since the concept of Corrupted items was introduced, I've been thinking about the sheer level of RNG it adds into gearing in World of Warcraft.
I mean, I knew it was always this bad.
A stat-based feature that many have wanted in WoW Classic won't be included in the game for design philosophy reasons, Blizzard explained in a recent blog post.
So we found out we're getting a bump to World Quest gear in order to help people gearing up for Raid Finder Crucible of Storms, and that has me thinking back to the days of running endless Heroic dungeons in The Burning Crusade for Badges in order to buy gear that was as good as what dropped in raids.
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