One of the big announcements for Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 was the return of the Mage Tower challenge alongside Legion Timewalking.
If you're working on the Mage Tower in Shadowlands and you've been eyeing the clock, worried you won't get it done before Legion Timewalking ends, you just got a good deal more time.
It was only through rampant anti-Spelltome propaganda from people with sinister motives that we ended up with a walking tree mount, so we're glad to see the Soaring Spelltome mount coming to World of Warcraft this week, when Legion Timewalking returns the Mage Tower challenges to the game.
The long-awaited Legion Timewalking, which includes some unique Timewalking activities that you'll only find during Legion Timewalking, finally comes to World of Warcraft today.
There's been an absence of new content lately for World of Warcraft players.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is now live, and with it will come Legion Timewalking and the return of the Mage Tower for two weeks starting on December 7th, but the Mage Tower gets an additional two weeks on top of that, and will close with maintenance in the first week of January.
Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is coming, which means it's time for the next wave of Timewalking dungeons to arrive, with Legion being the latest expansion to receive the nostalgia treatment.
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Scenarios should be the next thing returned to World of Warcraft during Timewalking, now that we're getting the Mage Tower back in patch 9.1.5 when Legion gets its Timewalking glow-up.
When I initially wrote this post, I said it was possible that Tier 20 sets from Tomb of Sargeras would return in some form once patch 9.1.5 goes live and Legion Timewalking brings the 2016 expansion's content to Shadowlands.
As part of the upcoming Shadowlands patch 9.1.5, the Timewalking system will be expanded to include Legion dungeons.