Im a mythic raider and I was also oblivious to the fact that you can upgrade your covenant gear. On main - useless. On alts - nice. I have the items in bags, after this article I realise I can upgrade them but where? How? Zero info...
I'm still on my way to the first legendary (too much IRL work, so no time to advance fast in the game), and did not know that you can't catch up with Soul Ash. Why not? Can't we do as many runs as we want?
My only gripe with SL is both new affix's they added in M+ completely screw melee HARD and leave ranged largely unbothered. Tornados and Spiteful are terrible and one of them needs to be changed to make Ranged less needed in M+.
Maybe also something explaining wtf is the point of queens conservatory. Such a shame my venthyr has something so beautifully put together like ember court, and night fae get 4 soul dust every 3 days for no real reason. Srsly makes the kirin tor daily quest designer look like a friggin genius
Is wowhead a repost site for 15 day old reddit threads now?On topic: I found out about it by exploring my covenant hall. Pretty simple.
New affixes are HARDEST EVER THING.also buff fury spec
Well upgrading the conservatory gives you access to at least one soul shape. Regrowing souls there gives you what are basically free mats. It’s a passive way of acquiring things in game.
It goes up per level.
I feel like not knowing how everything works the first time and discovering it is part of the fun. And by discovering, I don't necessarily mean looking up a guide outside of the game, could either mean asking your friends or guild or finding it yourself.I still think the majority of these new systems were easily understandable. Some people just don't bother reading any quest descriptions and just click on shiny things, then end up bothered things don't work out.
I went into Shadowlands mostly blind, on purpose. I didn't play much of the beta, and I was eager to explore all the new zones. And I agree. Some things are not explained as well as they could have been. You get thrown a lot of different game systems all at the same time, and it can be a little overwhelming. I've got it all figured out now, but when I first hit 60, I wasn't sure what I needed to prioritize or why. If I have limited play time, what's the most important thing to do for the day? What's something that can be done any time in the week? How much do I REALLY need to do in the maw every day? How much Torghast do I run? I love the quest marker banners to show important quest for advancing campaigns, etc, but I would have loved a different colored exclamation mark for weeklies. Right now, we've got obvious markers for Legendary and Campaign/ Story quests, but dailies/weeklies are a little inconsistent. Weeklies have a yellow exclamation mark whether it is your first time doing them or not. Unless it's certain weeklies, then it's a blue exclamation mark. But dailies have those too. And so do Callings, which are kinda in between dailies and weeklies. The callings arn't too confusing since they have a special place in the quest log and special markers in the covenant pane. But speaking of the covenant pane... Is it breaking with fantasy to allow us to pick up callings from there? I feel like there's a lot of room for various quality of life improvements but with Blizz, it's always hard to say if it's a deliberate design choice to create a "fantasy" for the player, or just something to slow us down. Like.. give Draka a cel phone and let her tell me what to do for my callings. I can see what they are in the pane, why can't I pick them up from there? haha
Mission table explanationThe 20% damage debuff from night fae troops stacks additively on the enemy.The 10% damage mitigation buff from kyrian troops does not stack.I'm still working out which order abilities occur in and what each covenant should use as their best strategy, aside from the night fae 4x trapper 1x Dreamweaver (or whoever).
So this is just a direct editorial copy/pasta from an older reddit post?I wonder why people don't come looking for guides. Hmmm....