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Blizzard’s Christmas Sale:
Blizzard has begun their Christmas Sale with savings of up to 67% on many items within the Blizzard Shop, including, Pets,Mounts, and Character Services for World of Warcraft.
Also, don’t be duped into purchasing four items that will leave the Blizzard Store but will become available in-game via the incoming feature: Trading Post in patch 10.0.5. Continue reading to find out what items to ignore!
Some may be aware by now, but for those unfamiliar, you can gain fantastic experience from power-leveling your alts from level 68 to 70 via the Cobalt Assembly. I must emphasize the term alts; if this is your first character to level 70, concentrate on completing the campaign first!
Your first character to level 70 should complete the campaign; this will give you the freedom to level via alternative methods (like the one in today’s blog) and make World Quests available for your alts!
[EDIT] As of 27.01.2023, the experience gained from killing mobs within the Cobalt Assembly has been significantly reduced (nerfed). This is no longer a viable option to power lever main and alt characters. [SOURCE]
Welcome to today’s guide, where I cover the profitability of the Profession Equipment Shuffle!
We’re now in the third week of Dragonflight, and the commodity market is starting to settle. With players still scampering around trying to level alternative Professions, you’ll notice crafts (especially Profession Equipment) dumped on the Auction House that Enchanters (like me) can find profitable.
Dragonriding is, without a doubt, one of the best features that Blizzard has introduced in World of Warcraft for a very long time, but there are some quality-of-life improvements you can make to improve your experience.
Today’s blog post will cover the new Tailoring mini-game in Dragonflight, Ancient Dragonweave Loom. This puzzle can be tricky to complete, so I’ve added a detailed guide with the benefit of a YouTube video!
Welcome to my first update to my Dragonflight TSM Import String (10.0.2 version 2). Due to a pending moderation within Pastebin, I had to wait before posting this blog post. As ever, if you find any issues with the string, please do comment below.
Welcome to the first iteration of my Dragonflight TSM Import String. As I’m sure you’re aware, Blizzard experienced many teething problems with the launch last night, and many players (including myself) probably didn’t hang around long enough to get back online.
However, it’s been a busy and prosperous morning/afternoon, and I’ve done my best to create a Dragonflight Import String for all you busy gold-makers.
With all my Auction House routines completed for the fortnight, I fancied some Dragonflight pre-patch gameplay, so I decided to do a Dracthyr Evoker playthrough. And I was amazed at how fun Dracthyr was.
Please continue reading to follow my journey to level 60 and showcase what the Forbidden Reach has to offer!
Due to a recent issue involving the Dracthyr Evoker, Blizzard has opted to “greatly increase” the drop rate on difficult-to-obtain Mounts from World Bosses within Mists of Pandaria and Warlords of Draenor for all players.
With Phase Two of the Dragonflight Pre-patch a couple of days old now and players actively leveling their new Dracthyr Evoker through The Forbidden Reach, what better time to show you the location of the hidden treasure chests and rares!