What the heck is going on with 9.0? How did this happen and what’s next for World of Warcraft players?
The “9.1.5 class changes” is a blog post that talks about the changes to classes in patch 9.1.5 and how they are reflected in the new perspective system.
This week, in the 9.1. patch cycle, is a critical week. Renown’s last level essentially concludes all of 9.1’s routines. fixes for all of my toons There’s still a short list of tasks to complete:
- Obtain a razorwing egg mount that has been lost – On a number of toons, I have more than enough.
- Attempt a recolor of the Escaped Wilderling mount – all other Covenant event mounts are mine.
- Farm enough stygia and Exalted for the cosmetics left over from Death Advance — there aren’t many.
- Maybe… Farm level 6 using an archive on one of your toons to get back to 100 percent reputation accomplishments.
- Do a few raid runs for the weapon mogs if you haven’t already.
And that’s pretty much it. In the 9.1. patch, the Maw’s actions mainly failed to pique my attention. I did what had to be done with attacks – and I didn’t like them since they were not difficult, but rather irritating tasks. I have no desire to farm any unique “event” Maw elites that I have killed. I don’t dismiss Korthia since its anima rewards are too good to pass up — 6-8 things each rare/quest is more than other zones provide. But I’m happy it’s no longer a habit and has become a choice.
Then there’s 9.0. cosmetics, such as Renown and the like, which I purposefully neglected in 9.0. due to anima shortage. Given the large number of toons on routines and the lack of specialized anima farming, the development was really remarkable. I began with purchasing scarcely cloaks, and this week I’ll be purchasing the last Renown set piece for the few remaining Cov/armor kinds.
Now I’m switching to weaponry, and I’ve already begun practicing. It’s still a long haul, with 50 offers per person, but it’s also the light at the end of the tunnel. And since additional building rewards make sense to Fae, it’s more anima farming for them.
With that out of the way, here’s my 9.1 and 9.1.5 progress/plan chart:
Renown sets, as well as the Fate and Renown columns on the main chart, are obviously gone this week. I’m not sure whether Shaping the Fate weekly continues beyond level 80, but there’ll be no hurry to finish it on alts since, as we all know, its progress continues through the reset. So I could just accept the quest and let it fill on its own while I’m killing rares or doing anima tasks, receiving the Fate reward as it becomes available.
I’m still not in a hurry, but I envision myself in a month with weapons finished and focused on Fae sets that need a lot of anima. I believe that by the end of December – or perhaps sooner – I will have run out of things to do in Shadowlands.
Which leads to a difficult pause and a question: should I let my subscription lapse in January?
I have an almost untouched Legion raid set Yes, I do — even if not all LFR sets have been finished to yet, the majority of trash drop-only items were left for this precise time and must be obtained. And I’d like to have a reason to play WoW, even if it’s just for a couple of hours. Still, if by the end of January there are just Legion raids left and no clear picture of 9.2, I’m not renewing my subscription – for the first time in ten years.
Overall, it is determined by the content’s speed. There must be 9.2 in order for Blizzard to avoid losing its whole player base and to keep player interest at a minimal. PTR at the end of November, final patch in February/March at Blizzcon, and PTR announcement of the next expansion, coming no later than November 2022/February 2023, and it better be excellent. We could live with the last raid for 9 months, 12 months may be pushing it (Pandaria, Draenor, anyone? ), but much longer than that would be game death.
I want for the best, but I’m a little pessimistic and anticipate the worse. In any case, I’m excited to see the Warcraft tale through to the conclusion and in person, no matter how terrible it may be. But I’m never happier than when I have something to accomplish there, something that contributes to my long-term personal objectives and keeps me moving from patch to patch without pausing.
I suppose we’ll have to wait and see what happens next?
The “9.1.5 release date wowhead” is a blog post about the new features in the 9.1.5 patch, which was released on October 10th. The blog post includes some of the new changes that were made to the game, as well as how they will affect players during their first month of playing World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.
- 9.1.5 patch release date
- shadowlands 9.1.5 patch notes
- 9.1.5 patch notes wowhead
- 9.1.5 pvp changes
- 9.1.5 covenant changes