A little disappointed that we get flying and then suddenly we can't use it in the new zone/area, feels a little like Legion, where we got flying then couldn't fly in Argus, but I'm not overly bothered by it.That being said, I'm looking forward to the new content, it's sounding promising, and the new raid sounds pretty good too. Gotta give them props for doing this whilst bring stuck at home in the middle of a pandemic.
At the start you called the new raid a 10 player raidIt isntIts flex, 20 mythicIts a 10 BOSS raid
Also called the dungeon a 10 player dungeon
It's a new 10 BOSS raid and a 8 BOSS dungeon, not 10 PLAYER.
Threads of Fate has been successful? WHERE? I tried it once, never again. The way to level an alt is to go campaign until you're just short of 60, then switch to Threads of Fate so you can hit 60 and choose your covenant instead of finishing Revendreth. You get better gear upgrades that way and aren't reliant on WQ's
I'm so glad I haven't wasted much time in the Maw. I stopped going there the moment I hit Exalted with Ve'nari. I've spent all of my stygia on all of the upgrades, 2 sockets and a couple of conduit upgrades and still have some left over. I feel really bad for people who still go there every day in hopes stygia will be useful. Well now you know - after you've bought everything in store, you can completely forget about that stupid zone.
Aw, I was hoping for more Allied Race customization options.
Threads of Fate is considered successful? We sure have different opinions on the matter then. I think the "catch up" to renown and anima during leveling are absolutely neglegible (1 renown each zone and only world quests) to justify forcing the player to choose a covenant when the system was supposed to be all about freedom.I've leveled 6 characters to level 60 and only the 2nd was on Threads of Fate. Even though I'm most likely choosing the "best" covenant according to someone else, my main is still a Night Fae Warrior because the ability suits my playstyle better (also the plate transmog looks the best on a dwarf male). Aside from that, I found myself earning at least 30-50k gold while leveling (completing all side quests) from 50 to 60, while only about 5-10k in ToF.
The Nighthold 0.2 ?
dreadlords? including Mal'ganis himself?
My opinion might be not so popular but to be honest I was hoping that Blizzard would expand Bastion to the Spires of Ascension area. A whole flying Kyrian city would be so interesting to explore because at the moment the only thing we have there is a dungeon with long outdated content that has been walked through thousands of times. Instead we've got Korthia which basically seems to be another horrid Maw just with extra steps. Everyone hates Maw.
Maw is my favorite zone. It's the only zone that feels appropriately dangerous, a little scary-ish and a bit challenging. Main gripe is Venari dailies can be annoying because mobs are over-populated and too hard to avoid, to not have to cut a path to and through every objective. I don't want to spend all my time around butterflies and angels.Torghast is the best thing to happen to WoW in a long time. I'm glad they're expanding on it. It's not just a soul-ash vending machine imo.If you haven't figured out and don't appreciate that the Maw and Venari's upgrades are directly connected to enhancing the Torghast experience, which is a great connection imo, it could be because you've dismissed it, haven't played through it and haven't figured out the connectivity that make it more enjoyable. Go kill butterflies and fly around with angels but don't complain about a zone because you find it oh so difficult or dark.