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- Hàn Thiên Hải in World of Warcraftposted at Mar 20, 2017 3:52 am
For the heroes of Azeroth, the Broken Shore represents pain, sorrow . . . and an opportunity for vengeance. It is the source of the Burning Legion’s seemingly unending incursion, and an ever-present reminder of the defeat suffered at their hands by both the Horde and the Alliance. But now it’s time to return to where the invasion began—this time as a more prepared force.
Assault on the Broken Shore
Hospitality isn’t the Legion’s strong suit, so don’t expect them to roll out the welcome mat for Azeroth’s forces. You’re going to need to break through their defenses, clear the beach, and establish a foothold for your base. Similar to the launch of World of Warcraft: Legion, if you’ve reached max level, Khadgar will have a quest for you which will begin a solo scenario on the Broken Shore.
On a lot of my previous videos I see comments saying the MMORPG genre is dead, the genre is dying, etc. so I thought I would give me thoughts about the MMORPG genre and it's future. Within this video I cover multiple aspects that relate to the MMORPG genre and where it's heading in the future. Do you think the MMORPG genre is dying? Let me know!! Enjoy!
Raids open on September 20. Once you reach Level 110 what becomes to matter is gear! To ensure a step-by-step gearing up to be prepared for raiding and earning your raid spot, I've crafted this guide based on my own gearing up experience in Legion.
The Spec You Play!
The specialization you play matters! Currently, when you're a DPS trying to obtain gear from Normal difficulty dungeons, you're going to wait a lot. Queue times are anywhere between 45 - 60 minutes. So that's roughly an item every hour. Once you reach item level 810 queues are going to get a lot better; for DPS they drop to 8 - 10 minutes for Heroic dungeons. If you happen to play a Healer or a Tank, you're going to gear up insanely fast via dungeons, because you get instant queues. You just queue up for a dungeon pickin
Having leveled several Heroes to 110 now let's talk leveling! As you may know, the level cap has been raised from 100 to 110 and each level takes approximately 2 hours to achieve, bringing the total time spent to hit max cap to 20 hours. Of course the time may differ as somebody may be faster and/or slower than the other but this is the average.
Quests remain the only efficient means of leveling in Legion. It doesn't really matter which zone you enter first, the amount of XP gained, quest reward item level or mob health will be flexibly adjusted to your current level.
1.) Zone leveling:
Simply visit your Order Hall and choose a strike point (one of the four leveling zones on Broken Isles) - Highmountain, Valsharah, Azsuna or Stormheim. Once you unlock Order Hall, make sure
- Mimiron in World of Warcraftposted at Sep 04, 2016 2:34 pm
After having leveled several characters to Level 110, it's time for a Legion review! I'll be going over multiple aspects of the game.
You may level wherever you wish, regardless of your level. This is an awesome aspect which hasn't been yet introduced to the game. It is all up to you, which zone you'd like to quest in. Everything scales with your current level meaning if you're Level 102, all mobs in your area will be Level 101 and have their Health and damage output and quest rewards including quest experience adjusted to your current level. That's why you'll see random levels scattered across all Broken Isles.
There has been a recent change implemented that makes mob tagging far more prominent than ever before. Up to 5 players can now tag you mob. Th
- DanielCsaki in World of Warcraftposted at Aug 22, 2016 5:39 am
In the last two weeks, I have been actively testing out the recently added Demon Hunter class in the pre-expansion patch for World of Warcraft.
To start off, the Demon Hunter is a class that finally seems like an addition that is not ridiculously overpowered compared to classes like the Death Knight which was quite the opposite upon release. This is of course, highly due to the fact that it is currently not a fully functional class due to the lack of some rather significant talent selections that will only be available at higher levels once Legion kicks off.
At first, I thought that Havoc would be the right choice for me and that was my first pick during the intro quest chain for the Demon Hunter. Getting your DH to level 100 is quite simple and fast. But it is a good idea to watch thos
- DanielCsaki in World of Warcraftposted at Jul 26, 2016 12:37 am
Legion's Pre-Expansion Patch has recently arrived and oh boy did we get a lot of stuff to do.
Let's start off with the Legion's Invasion. Around the second or third week of August , you get to face some angry looking invaders that drop out of the skies over Azeroth. It's up to us players to head out as quickly as possible to lend a hand in the fight against the invaders. Each demon invasion has four stages, and each stage will reward you with Nethershards and sometimes even with a chest. That's more than enough reasons to go out and fight the Legion! As time goes on the Legion’s invasion will grow in scale. This increases your chances to complete the event-only achievements Stand Against The Legion (for completing one invasion) and Defender of Azeroth: Legion Invasions (for comp
- DanielCsaki in World of Warcraftposted at Jun 24, 2016 6:10 am
Legion is just a little over 2 months away, and many of you already had the chance to try it out. Warlords of Draenor was one of those expansions that had a slightly fuzzy storyline and many veterans expect Legion to do a lot better.
Knowing players, many of you will probably be rushing yourself to the new level cap once Legion kicks off, but this is probably a huge mistake. There are various reasons for this, one of them is obviously the fact that the endgame content will probably not be available right after the launch. This means that you will be bored to death waiting for the raids to unlock, unless you want to pull up your alts.
But the biggest reason to why power leveling in WoW is foolish is missing out on the extraordinary background story of the whole expansion which is something a
- DanielCsaki in World of Warcraftposted at Jun 16, 2016 8:34 am
Some of you might be wondering what I mean by competitive raiding. Just a few years ago there were quite a few ‘professional’ guilds in World of Warcraft, like Nihilum, SK Gaming, Paragon and more.
Recently, news emerged about the probably the best WoW guild, Paragon, deciding to quit and move on to Overwatch. Nihilum and the well-known Kungen are not exactly actively participating in World of Warcraft in a competitive sense either.
These top-notch guilds were basically role models for WoW players and many guilds were attempting to beat them in endgame progression. Nowadays, you can’t really see such hype-generating guilds that are constantly followed by millions of players all over the world.
World of Warcraft has had a declining population for a while now, and Legion really has to br