World of Warcraft Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is now live, and with it will come Legion Timewalking and the return of the Mage Tower for two weeks starting on December 7th.
Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is coming, which means it's time for the next wave of Timewalking dungeons to arrive, with Legion being the latest expansion to receive the nostalgia treatment.
Why should the Mage Tower have all the fun? Here’s what we’d like to see make a Timewalking comeback
Scenarios should be the next thing returned to World of Warcraft during Timewalking, now that we're getting the Mage Tower back in patch 9.1.5 when Legion gets its Timewalking glow-up.
When I initially wrote this post, I said it was possible that Tier 20 sets from Tomb of Sargeras would return in some form once patch 9.1.5 goes live and Legion Timewalking brings the 2016 expansion's content to Shadowlands.
What other old content could Blizzard update and what cool rewards could they give us for doing it again?
Look, I'm very excited about the new Mage Tower and I think it's great that we're getting new cosmetic rewards for doing it again in Legion Timewalking.
With the tantalizing possibility of the Mage Tower returning during Legion Timewalking, I immediately started thinkng about other gameplay elements that were once big and which fell out of favor in later World of Warcraft expansions.
Patch 9.1.5 will be hitting the PTR this week, and one of the surprises is that the otherwise-expected Legion Timewalking is also going to include a Mythic+ mode.
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Timewalking is back this week, and it's time to dive into one of five Wrath of the Lich King dungeons.
The system-wide leveling changes for Shadowlands are live in World of Warcraft as of patch 9.0.1 and it's a major overhaul.
Blizzard has been tinkering with reputation bonuses throughout the past few months, with the Impressive Influencer buff allowing players to work on Legion and Battle for Azeroth reputations.