What’s your favorite part of patch 7.3.5?
It's live and we're all living in it so what's your opinion of the last patch of the Legion patch cycle?
World of Warcraft patch 7.3.5 is coming out on January 16
I am not freaking out at all.
Would you like to see level scaling used more?
In patch 7.3.5, Broken Shore-style level scaling will be implemented for all previous content, with the old-world Azeroth all scaling to a max of level 60, Outland and Northrend scaling to a max of 80, and Cataclysm content scaling with Pandaria up to level 90.
Brewfest 2017: Once again, I will fail at Ram Riding
It's Brewfest again, and I once again have an opportunity to display to the world that I am utter rubbish at riding a ram around while trying to complete a task.
How far should we take scaling in WoW?
With the Timewalking Black Temple coming in 7.2.5 and the recent change to scaling for mobs in the Broken Isles, I started thinking about how far we could go with scaling up old content.
WoW’s outdoor mobs no longer scale quite as badly
With patch 7.2, a stealthy change made outdoor mobs scale up with player's ilevel — which was, to put it mildly, tremendously unpopular.
WoW patch 7.2: Mobs scaling with ilevel is intended
Update: After a mountain of negative feedback, Blizzard has dialed down scaling.
The Queue: Continuity
Admit it. You’ll miss him. I know I will.
This is The Queue. Let’s talk Blizzard. There’s going to be spoilers for various quests and storylines in Legion in this one, folks. Fair warning.
BlizzCon 2015: New World of Warcraft Endgame System
Watching the Legion systems presentation by Ion Hazzikostas, I'm struck by a simple realization: the new outdoor endgame system for Legion is essentially the Diablo 3 bounty system merged with the Garrison Follower mission table, if you were the one doing those missions instead of your followers.
Scaling: On feedback processes and language
Simply invoking the word “scaling” as a class or spec’s primary issue provides very little meaningful feedback, and is usually a disservice to yourself and your community. Let’s analyze why.