With the new season of Mythic+ upon us, you have an exciting opportunity to burn through all of your cooldowns and die to a brand-new seasonal affix.
Mythic+ dungeons in World of Warcraft are a great way to challenge your group or get some of the best gear available.
I am a good tank.
Even though they've never officially been called "Seasons" until now, World of Warcraft has had a rough concept of Seasons for a while, as item-level caps naturally go up whenever a new raid tier releases.
The Battle of Dazar'alor raid launches in just under two weeks!
Completing a Mythic plus dungeon on time in World of Warcraft can be difficult: you're fighting some gnarly affixes that can drastically increase the difficulty, taking absurd amounts of incoming damage, and to cap it off you're racing against the clock.
I feel like hitting 110 was a lot less confusing than hitting level 120.
If you play an Arms Warrior and you've been avoiding Mastery on gear, that was a mistake, although an understandable one.
The clock is ticking -- we'll soon be in patch 8.0 and then, a month or so later, we'll be playing Battle for Azeroth.
Wowhead noted today that in the latest Battle for Azeroth build, players in Mythic+ dungeons are prevented from swapping gear after the countdown timer has finished.