why was this even a question? why would season 4 start before the 9.3 patch?
cool so 9.2.5 has a chance this or next month and the s4 is just delayed a little bit for the late ppl df could still be (s4 4 months) df this year preorders may likely by may 20th since thats when all the blizzardgearstore stuff gets stocked and shipped for al lthe new stuffalso leak that got alot of DF stuff right including new class and race names and info stated allied race in the pre-order and the data that could be a allied race is in the 9.2.5 files encrypted so if they holding off the pre-orders for 9.2.5 it could also be reason 9.2.5 is around the corner.pre-order and get the mount instant then 1-2 weeks later u get the allied race when the 9.2.5 is out is still acceptable.
ok so..if 9.2.5 is not season 4, then what build will be season 4? dont tell me they will release season 4 on the same build as 9.2.5 on a later date? sometimes..all you have to do is have some common sense...probably 9.2.6? that make sense
What does this mean for the Jailer quest mount?
I think what people are calling 9.3 patch is just season 4. I would appreciate that being called 9.3 personally, I just can't imagine a season starting at a time after a patch. However we all knew it was going to be a long drought before next expansion. We still have like 5 months of season 3 left though, no panic needed. Just people going to have to do the friendship moose stuff now instead of season 4. Help others get their AOTC mount.
Wait, what does "disabled" means? Because that's not the same as removed or "going away"; AotC and CE have always been obtainable during the patch they were introduced regardless of if there was a x.x.5 patch introduced or not, why remove them, if that's the case though?
Mount from heroic Jailer kill will stay, it's not tied to the curve, only to kill during current expansion
idk why people are confusedit means 9.2.5 comes out, a week or more later s4 starts s4 doesn't start instantly as soon as 9.2.5 hits, this is kinda common if u look at past patches.