I'll be up front -- I thought the Mission Table was the best innovation in Warlords of Draenor. Now, many years later, the news that it won't be in Dragonflight fills me with a kind of joy I wasn't aware I was capable of feeling -- a boisterous, almost terrifyingly primal exultation, like unto that you would expect to feel just before you started singing and a musical number just sort of happens.
How to keep the Venture Plan addon working after Renown 62, so you can continue running missions without hassle
Many of us have been using the Venture Plan addon to help with the mission table in World of Warcraft, but apparently the addon is no longer being officially supported by its author.
There are multiple reasons why we need to earn Anima in Shadowlands, and it seems like the hunt for it is here to stay.
A new battle pet was added in Shadowlands patch 9.1, the Baubleworm, with four varieties to collect.
In November of 2014, Warlords of Draenor introduced us to a new aspect of World of Warcraft: the Mission Table.
Love them or hate them, Mission Tables have been a part of WoW for four expansions now.
There are many currencies to collect in Shadowlands, among which is Soul Ash, which lets you craft legendary items.
The Mission Table has been a staple of the past three expansions of World of Warcraft, with much the same gameplay since Warlords of Draenor -- recruit followers, send followers to go get stuff for a couple hours, collect loot.
How do you feel about non-character gameplay like pet battles and the Mission Table in World of Warcraft?
One of my favorite pieces of game design in World of Warcraft is pet battles.
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