Back in patch 7.3.5, the World of Warcraft developers rebalanced the game's low level content and intentionally slowed down the rate at which characters level up.
Patch 7.3.5 overhauled leveling in World of Warcraft by allowing both world zones and dungeons to scale to players.
Recently, I've seen an influx of players who have been using patch 7.3.5's new leveling changes and finding areas in the game they've never seen or experienced before.
Have you ever wondered how exactly the mail gets delivered in Azeroth?
Patch 7.3.5 changed the way leveling works in World of Warcraft like no other patch has ever done.
I decided to level another Warrior to test out patch 7.3.5 and how leveling works now.
So you've just rolled a level 1 Paladin and you want him to use Ashkandi.
It's pretty important to me to be able to solo old content in World of Warcraft.
Patch 7.3.5 arrived in World of Warcraft this week, and it brought with it a lot more than was in the official patch notes.
With everything that arrived in World of Warcraft's patch 7.3.5 this week, it would be understandable if you missed the fact that new filters were added to patch 6.1's pride and joy: the S.E.L.F.I.E.