Patch 9.1.5 is live, and with it comes a new feature that lets you explore the world of Azeroth in solo mode. Solo Island Expeditions are perfect for players who want to experience the game without having to worry about other people getting in their way or taking away resources they need.
In 9.1.5, there is a solo queue for Island Expeditions.
Finally, we have confirmation that starting with patch 9.1.5, solo queueing for Island Expeditions will be allowed. Currently, you must queue for Island Expeditions with two other players (a three-player team) and queue from the Expedition Table.
Those who are having trouble forming groups or finding people who want to farm Island Expedition Transmog effectively will be able to do it on their own once patch 9.1.5 is released.
Blizzard’s blue post confirming the patch 9.1.5 addition!
When Is Patch 9.1.5 Coming Out:
The release date has not been established, although many people online believe it will be around October. So, it’s possible that this may be released around Hallow’s End, the World Event that begins on October 18th.
The 9.1.5 patch has yet to be added to the Public Test Realm, so keep your eyes peeled!
The Implications for GoldMakers:
With the news that players will be able to queue alone for Island Expeditions, expect a flood of Transmog to arrive at your Auction House once the next patch is released.
Demand for Island Expedition Transmog is currently strong, and due to a lack of supply on many worlds, prices are exorbitant; this is great for Goblins.
With the new modifications, the supply will soon grow, pushing Goblins to lower their values in order to ensure a sale; this will eventually benefit the consumer.
To remain ahead of your rivals, be sure to adapt quickly!
I’m not sure what to do with my stock.
Start unloading surplus goods in preparation for the next patch if you’re like me and have an inventory full of Island Expedition Transmog to sell. If the news today worries you, start dumping excess items in preparation for the future patch.
You may be trapped with stock once the new patch comes out and the Transmog supply rises; you won’t be able to sell it.
Prior to patch 9.1, I advised Goblins to examine the amount of their inventory, since the solo queue may be introduced in 9.1. Like we all know, the solo queue was removed in patch 9.1, but perhaps some of you have already decreased your stock, as I did!
Items with a High Purchase Price:
Retain out if you’re uncertain about decreasing your inventory and are convinced that high-ticket goods will hold their worth.
Below is a list of things that I consider to be high-ticket Transmog.
- Harness for Dragonriders
- Jacket by Duskhaven
- Top Hat of Duskhaven
- Amice, the Firekin
- Robes of the Firekin
- The Tranquil Paths’ Helm
- The Tranquil Paths Leggings
- Dagger with a Plundered Barbed-Edge
- Longbow with Plundered Biting Shot
- Northern Kings’ Plunderer’s Blade
- Stave of the Plundered Flamecaster
- Breastplate with Razorfin
- Helm of Razorfin
- Shoulderguards Razorfin
- Smasher of Stinkrots
- The Tranquil Paths’ Vest
- Chainmail of the Wild Marauder
- Helm of the Wild Marauder
- Pauldrons of the Marauders
Please keep in mind that this is a subjective list, and you may think differently about some of the things on it. Make the necessary adjustments and trust your intuition.
Consider the following:
It’s worth noting that, although the solo queue will be accessible in patch 9.1.5, there’s currently no further information about Island Expeditions. Drop Rates, Seafarer’s Dubloons, and Salvage Crates are all worth mentioning. Transmog may become difficult to acquire again if they are changed.
Rates of Decrease:
You will get treasure at the conclusion of your Island Expedition depending on your performance and accomplished goals. There is currently no indication on whether Blizzard will alter the drop rates on loot acquired. When content is made simpler to accomplish, Blizzard will sometimes make changes to loot.
Dubloons for Seafarers:
Seafarer’s Dubloons were introduced in Island Expeditions to provide players with an additional method of obtaining treasure that they had been unable to get at the conclusion of their Island Expedition trips. Blizzard may change the quantity of Dubloons earned and the time it takes to buy Salvage Crates, among other things.
Crates from the Salvage Yard:
Players may spend Dubloons on Salvage Crates based on the maps offered that week. The contents of the Salvage Crates would determine particular loot. Again, if Blizzard changes the loot tables, drop probability, or number of Dubloons required, it may have a detrimental impact on Transmog acquisition.
A Fantastic Guide:
If you’re looking for a guide that shows the prizes for completing Island Expeditions, this one from Sanghelios is a good option. They provide a wealth of information about the Salvage Crates as well as maps for locating particular goods. Check it out and let us know what you think.
Many of the Wowhead and Facebook comment sections immediately indicate how pleased gamers are with the news. Transmog, which has decreased in supply before patch 9.1.5, will significantly rise now that players may effectively solo queue to harvest Island Expeditions!
It’s critical that you consider unloading now if you don’t want to be stuck with an inventory full of Island Expedition Transmog. I’ve been doing so since Blizzard’s initial hint at a solo queue change in patch 9.1!
Make sure your TSM groups and operations are up to date. You’ll see pricing fluctuations in the following weeks as players try to unload their stock!
Please keep an eye on any changes indicated in the Things to Think About section of this blog. If there are any modifications here that alter drop rates or other aspects of the game, it may have an impact on future Transmog acquired.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I solo Island Expeditions in Shadowlands?
Yes, you can solo Island Expeditions in Shadowlands.
How do I solo queue Island Expeditions?
You can solo queue Island Expeditions by going to the main menu and pressing start.
Can you solo Island Expeditions wow?
I am unable to answer this question.