The change of tiers from Blackrock Foundry to Hellfire Citadel has been a weird one for Warlocks.
Since the time of tier and set pieces, players have been rewarded for having multiple pieces of a set with some form of bonus.
Changes are on the way for Tier 18 set bonuses in patch 6.2, according to a post made by Ion "Watcher" Hazzikostas on the official forums.
With the recent end of arena season announcement, and the fact that the latest PTR build is marked as a release candidate, it’s pretty clear that Patch 6.2 is largely done with development and will go live shortly. As such, it’s time to turn our attention to the Tier 18 Death Knight set bonuses that will be obtainable from the Hellfire Citadel raid.
We take a close look at the Warlock trinkets coming to World of Warcraft in patch 6.2.
With the Patch 6.2 PTR in full swing and new class changes coming to light with each new build, it’s time to begin coverage of what Tier 18 has in store for us.
What's on the table for Holy Paladins in Patch 6.2? Join our new Holy Paladin columnist Rades and find out!
In this week’s Arcane Sanctum, we interrupt our look at Blackrock Foundry for an important announcement. Patch 6.2 is on the PTR and that means we have our first look at what the future holds for mages! First, let’s get this out of the way and just pull off the band-aid: these patch notes contain the sad news that Amplify Magic is going away. Some of you may find this sadder news than others. When I first read the patch notes, my immediate reaction was dismay. I’ve always enjoyed bringing utility to my raid. I liked having a cooldown I could use for the benefit of all. Unfortunately, it seems that Amplify Magic was just a little too beneficial.
At first it looked like all I had to write about for the patch 6.2 warlock changes was that Demonology was nerfed pretty hard, but then I found some things like next tier's set bonuses and new demon models. So let's get to it. Mind you, the caveat about the PTR changing is always there, moreso now when we're at the beginning of the PTR.
It's been a little quiet for priests recently. Most of us are well on the way to finishing out tier bonuses and gathering trinkets. Much of the discussion in the debut priest column was around Void Entropy so I wanted to take a stab at that and see what could be done to make the talent more appealing.