Jan 12, 2017 08:50 AM EST | By Kristine Garcia
“World of Warcraft: Legion” is in its prime. After a successful launch comes the process of gradual content addition to keep the gamers both interested and satisfied. Together with content there arrive fixes, updates and balance changes. What is new in the “World of Warcraft” 7.1.5 patch?
Gamespot has good news to all legacy title, reputation seeking heroes of Azeroth. Timewalking has been released on Pandarian dungeons. This will include Temple of the Jade Serpent, Stormstout Brewery, Shado-Pan Monastery, Mogu’shan Palace, Siege of Niuzao Temple, and Gate of the Setting Sun. For those unfamiliar with Timewalking, it is a new feature introduced into the game which allows you to pass dungeons from previous expansions with your character’s strength proportionally toned down, putting things on heroic difficulty. Be not scared, because passing the dungeon will give you useable loot, set to your actual hero level. Timewalkign is available to anyone who is at least level 91 and is passionate about the dungeon experience.
On the topic of dungeons, Attack of the Fanboy has released a list of newly available timeless vendor awards coming to “World of Warcrft: Legion” with the7.1.5 patch. Infinite Hatchling and Paradox Spirit are the two pets added to the game. Make sure to befriend them while they are still hot… or water when it comes to the Paradox Spirit. Adopted Puppy Crate and Portable Yak Wash are the new toys added to the list of possible collectibles. Release the Azerothian child in you, collect the toys and have fun playing with them. Last, but not least, Reins of the Heavenly Jade Cloud Serpent, get the mythical dragon and fly with it through the thorn grounds of the Broken Isles.
The newest raid “The Nighthold” will bring back both familiar faces and the chills in your back. Suramar has been under the foot of the Legion’s servants for too long and now the heroes of Azeroth come forward to bring down Grand Magistrix Elisande, her servants and even the orc warlock Gul’Dan. “The Nighthold” offers 10 bosses to fight among which are Krosus – the colossal doomlord, High Botanist Tel’arn, the dreadlord Tichondrius and Gul’Dan himself. Renew your subscription, push the dust off of your sword and jump back in the action.
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