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News Round Up: Patch 4.3.4 Live, Hotfixes and Customer Support Changes
2012/04/17 at 3:21 PM
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm patch 4.3.4 is now available on all realms. Below you'll find the official patch notes.
Notes for all World of Warcraft patches can be found
Ticket Submission UI Improvements
A new Submit Bug button has been added. Clicking this option will open a report dialog box, along with basic instructions on what to include in your bug report.
A new Submit Suggestion button has been added. Clicking this option will open a text dialog box, along with a description of what to include in your suggestion.
The Report Lag button has been removed.
The Report Abuse button is now called Report Player.
The Report Player function offers four categories: Spamming, Language, Name, and Cheating.
Reporting a player for Cheating now opens a text window in which a description of the occurrence can be written.
Reporting a Name opens a window with three categories: Player Name, Guild Name, and Arena Team Name. There is also a text field for optional information.
Report Player now includes text and visual instructions for how to submit a report.
Right-clicking a character’s portrait now offers additional reporting options.
no longer persists when the warlock changes to a spec that does not include the talent.
Fras Siabi's Barely Bigger Beer
is a now bit less big, and its effect no longer stacks.
Inactive guild leader replacement
now requires 90 days of absence, up from 30 days. Ascent to the rank of guild leader is now only available to guild members at Rank 2, 3, or 4.
Click the cut to read more about the customer support changes in 4.3.4, as well as the latest class beta feedback on Affliction warlocks and Mistweaver monks. There's also blue posts on the Pandaren models, the destruction of Theramore, balancing 10 and 25-player raids, and challenges for class designers in the beta.
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Mists of Pandaria: Valley of the Four Winds
2012/04/15 at 2:56 PM
Valley of the Four Winds
,a zone for level 86+ players to quest in, is the heartland of Pandaria.
It's the center for
and the location of
Check out the fun
There's numerous rare spawn NPCs in the zone as well that
drop fun items
We have a visual preview below as well as a Blizzard Q&A about the zone.
Don't forget, you can check out the zone page to see all the NPCs and quests!
Thunderfoot Acres, Pang's Stead, Thunderfoot Farm, Thunderfoot Ranch, Grassy Cline, Shang's Stead, Mudmug's Place
Players begin questing in the eastern part of the zone--meeting up with retired farmers, NPCs from Chun Tian Monastery, and Chen Stormstout and his impatient niece Li Li. As you quest through the zone, the four NPCs from the monastery will show up in other parts, each on their own quest to discover a secret in the Valley of the Four Winds.
Pang Thunderfoot, retired farmer:
"I've put my song, Ang, in charge of my vegetable farm, just down the hill. My newphew Liang runs the pig farm down to the west, and his father - my brother- maintains a small sheep ranch to the south of that.
My farming days are over. These days, I just gather the harvested crops and sell them to folks headed down this road. Less time on my feet, more money in my pocket.
Xiao, from Chun Tian Monastery:
The long walk from the monastery was murder on my feet - and on my appetite. I think I'll spend a while here loading up on energy before I think about standing up again.
Pools of Purity
New Cifera, Pools of Purify, Sunsoaked Meadow, Gilded Fan
Clever Ashyo, a wise Jinyu, is investigating the magical properties of the central waterfall that makes the Pandaren vegetables grow so large.
Halfhil, Halfhill Market, Sunsong Ranch
Halfhill is the central village of
, a faction that will allow you to plant and cultivate your own farm as you gain reputation. You'll be able to take part in a farmer's market and complete quests involving farming and fishing.
Silkmasters and Grand Granary
The Silkmasters, Grand Granary
The Silkmasters own Pandaria's most ancient and respected silk farm--except it looks like there's a killer moth.
You can tell a lot about a designer in how they weave their fabric together. Yours has the look of function over pride.
Tightly sealed with mana infused right into the fabric. Impressive, though it could benefit from an artistic hand.
Stormstout Brewery, Thirsty Alley
Chen Stormstout is investigating his namesake brewery, which has been taken over by drunk hozen and angry alementals. Players will interact with this outdoor version of the instance while questing, similar to the
Temple of the Jade Serpent
Fruited Fields, Springtail Warren, Cattail Lake
The Fruited Fields are the location of Pandaria's bumper-crops of oversized and vibrant vegetables, watched over by Haohan Mudclaw, the head of the Tiller's Union. However, hungry virmen are loose in the fields, threatening to eat and destroy the crops.
Stoneplow, Stoneplow Fields, Paoquan Hollow, Singing Marshes
Stoneplow has been attacked by the Mantids that have swarmed over the wall, and you must evacuate the villagers with Liu Tenderpaw. However, the Spadepaws prove stubborn and won't leave because they are "proud...strong...the blood of the Tiller himself." To the north, there's also the shadowy Paoquan Hollow.
Nesingwary's Safari, Cliffs of Despair, Wild Plains, Torjari Pit, Dustback Gorge
Nesingwary is back with more animals to kill and corpses to skin--this time his camp has a hot air ballon, the Killem'Jaro. The camp is located by the wall the Pandaren built to keep the mantids out, as well as on steep cliffs overlooking the Krasarang Wilds.
Blizzard Q&A with Paul Kubit
Q. Could you name three places you feel players shouldn’t miss on their first trip through the zone?
A. First, I’d like to say that the Valley of the Four Winds boasts some of the most beautiful vistas in our game. Words really don’t do it justice – just find an elevated point, pick a direction, and look off into the horizon. Or, find a little tucked-away corner of the world and look for something hidden. You’ll be awestruck at some of the things you can see. That being said, I do have a few favorite locations I’d like to highlight.
One of the places you’ll have to visit is the Stormstout Brewery. This is the zone’s only dungeon, but it’s not just a blank façade – this brewery is a major part of the zone’s storyline, and you’ll visit find yourself inside the brewery’s walls on more than one occasion as you quest through the Valley of the Four Winds. The brewery has fallen on hard times, as most of the Stormstouts who maintain it have gone beyond the wall to assist in the effort against the mantid. The end result is a fun, frantic, light-hearted dungeon, and a few of our most immersive quests to date.
Next, I’d stop by the Heartland, Pandaria’s breadbasket. The Heartland is patterned after the stepped, varicolored farmlands that you might see in some of the more remote parts of Asia, but it’s covered with enormous fruits and vegetables that have been supercharged by the pure, mystical waters of the Vale of Eternal Blossoms, to the north. I like the Heartland because there isn’t really any other area in World of Warcraft that feels quite like it, and it’s home to some of our more interesting daily quests.
Finally, I really like Paoquan Hollow. This area is a dense, foggy thicket – a striking contrast from the open plains of the rest of the zone, but also a peek into what the Valley of the Four Winds might have looked like before the pandaren cultivated it so many years ago. Paoquan Hollow is home to one of the Valley’s more interesting characters, and a few memorable scenes as well. I won’t say any more about him, though… you’ll have to find him for yourself.
Q: What can you tell us about the storylines in the Valley of the Four Winds?
A: Most of the storylines in the Valley of the Four Winds have a smaller, local scope. You’re traveling from farm to farm, town to town, solving people’s problems as you go. There’s no global threat to save the planet from, no shadowy underground cults to dismantle, no ancient evils buried beneath the earth (at least, not that we know of, anyhow). It’s got a lighter theme, which should be a welcome contrast to some of the darker stories you might face elsewhere on the continent.
As soon as you step foot into the Valley, you’ll run into a familiar name, if not a familiar face: Chen Stormstout. This is Chen’s first time visiting Pandaria, too – he was raised on the Wandering Isle, so he will be exploring the land alongside you. What’s more, he’s brought his niece Li Li with him, who he is training in what he calls the “Wanderer’s Way.” A large part of the storyline of the Valley of the Four Winds revolves around Chen and Li Li and their adventures as they learn about their familial heritage, and what it truly means to be a Stormstout.
The Valley of the Four Winds is also the kicking-off point for a broader storyline that encompasses both the Valley and the Krasarang Wilds. At Pang’s Stead, in the zone’s easternmost edge, you’ll find a quintet of adventurers: three pandaren, a hozen, and a jinyu, all recent graduates of the Tian Monastery. They are on a search for the legendary “Hidden Master,” who they believe can help them continue in their training. They choose to split up, with four of them following one of the Four Winds, and each of them embarking on a unique adventure along the way. Players who follow all four adventurers on their respective journeys will be treated to a special, epic event that really puts an exclamation point on both zones.
Q: What factions will we run into in the Valley of the Four Winds? What about dailies?
A: In the center of the valley, you’ll find the pandaren town of Halfhill, which is home to the Tillers: Pandaria’s farming faction. The Tillers are a union of farmers that maintain and cultivate the land, and at level 90, you’ll be given an opportunity to join their ranks and try out your hoeing arm.
Working with the Tillers will give you access to a large suite of daily quests, where you’ll be fighting against the Kunzen hozen that ravage the farmers’ crops, or with the rabbit-like virmen that tunnel beneath their farms. You’ll have to stomp on a few marmots, dunk some lovestruck roosters in cold water, and pluck some weeds that attempt to pluck you back . . . pretty standard farm stuff, really. As the days roll by, you’ll also build friendship with the Halfhill’s inhabitants as you attempt to curry their favor and earn a proper invitation into the Tillers’ Union.
Perhaps most excitingly, the Tillers faction gives you access to one of our new game systems for Mists of Pandaria: the player farm. Farmer Yoon, another newcomer to the area, enlists your help in developing his farm, Sunsong Ranch. Every day, you can plant crops in the farm’s fields, and then return the next day to harvest fully-grown fruits and vegetables, all of which can be used in cooking recipes or sold in the nearby Halfhill Market. As you progress within the Tillers’ Union, you will gain access to new seeds to plant – allowing you to grow your own crafting materials! – and other cool upgrades and expansions to your farm. There’s even a plantable pet.
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News Round Up: Mistweaver Changes, New Beta Spellbook, and More
2012/04/14 at 5:46 PM
There's been many blue posts related to the Mists of Pandaria beta this weekend:
Blue feedback on Mistweaver
s, and Demonology
The ability to respec on beta will be available soon--in the next patch or so.
Ghostcrawler explains the pros and cons behind the new spellbook redesign.
The 2012 Arena Pass registration is now open.
Finally, Blizzard put together a mini-guide to Cataclysm for Scroll of Resurrection players.
Click the cut to see the full list of posts.
Monk: Mistweaver Feedback
We're thinking that
saw a bit too much increase to mana last patch, and we’re going to reduce them somewhat.
We’ve increased the mana gain from
. This spell will change whenever we tune mana and healing numbers, which has been happening a lot lately.
We've changed the number of serpent statues you can have out at once from 2 to 1. However, while in
Stance of the Wise Serpent
, you now have
on yourself, causing half of your damage to be healing to nearby targets. This will allow “melee healing” monks to heal through dealing damage without having their statue down. The statue is intended to be more of a “cooldown” you use on tough fights, not similar to a totem you plop down.
We’re going to try having
also generate Chi (along with
) when you cast it. The bug with
not showing up on raid/party frames should also be fixed in an upcoming build.
We’re getting rid of
because we felt it was confusing to convert Mana to Chi, then Chi back to Mana with
We’re going to make
require a target rather than being a cast-time smart heal. The reason why it was originally a smart heal without requiring a target was to let you build up a stack of
, then cast an instant
without having to change your target. We think the right place for the original
smart heal is via a glyph.
One issue we’re concerned with is
generating Chi, making it harder for you to burn down your Chi. We’re likely going to add another high Chi ability, and/or adjust talents so you can have some choice.
We like how
bounces from friends and enemies, because the whole theme of the monk healer is weaving damage and healing together. If
was a pure heal, it would break away from that theme.
With regard to feedback on these subjects, what we're really looking for is playing as a DPS healer (as opposed to the traditional "pure healing" playstyle), or perhaps a mix of the two. We want both the traditional and dps-to-heal to be viable and fun.
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Symbiosis Breakdown: What Abilities it Brings to Each Class
2012/04/13 at 6:33 PM
This covers an outdated beta version of Symbiosis. For the current version, please check our
Mists of Pandaria Druid Preview
was announced, it's been talked about
. New to Mists of Pandaria, Symbiosis will create symbiotic link which grants the Druid one ability belonging to the target's class while giving a druid ability to the target in exchange.
A few days ago, a patch allowed players in the Mists of Pandaria beta are able to get their druids up to 87 and see the ability first hand. We decided to give you guys a sneak peek at what the druid class will be casting on themselves and fellow players using our database! Special thanks to our own
, and blogger
for helping us with information--we also had our own two staff member druids verify this information! (A few select abilities aren't filled in--some class swaps currently don't work, or crash the beta.)
If this spell makes it to live, it seems like it will radically change both PvP and PvE. So even if you're not a druid, it's definitely worth looking to see what your class would gain from one being on your side!
Target's Gained Spells -- What the Druid Gives
Target's Symbiosis Spells
Caster's Gained Abilities -- What the Druid Gains
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Mists of Pandaria Guide Updates, Quests, and NPCs
2012/04/13 at 2:51 PM
Today has been a big day here at Wowhead. We have some exciting updates for you:
we datamined over a thousand quests
including dailies! We also have NPCs!
Secondly, we now have Mists of Pandaria search results in our regular database! Whether you're searching
, you no longer have to trek to our MoP site.
We've also updated our 5.0 guide with tons of information.
Last but not least,
we broke down Symbiosis for everyone
so you can see what druids will bring to fights in 5.0!
Have a great weekend and
be sure to check out our redone modelviewer
Table of Contents
Official Mists of Pandaria FAQ from the Press Event, as well as the Beta FAQ.
Expansion highlights and changes to achievements and the User Interface.
New Race: Pandaren
Racial abilities, the unique faction split and the newly-released female model.
New Class: Monk
Everything from their new abilities to their unique lore.
Videos of spell animation changes for all classes, as well as specializations and the new buff/debuff design.
Talents and Calculator
Wowhead's Talent Calculator is up for Monks!
Dungeons and Raids
Challenge Modes, LFR loot changes, and dungeon previews.
Models and Items
Level 90 armor previews including Challenge Mode rewards, models including weapons and new totems, and icons.
All profession changes including new archaeology solves, glyphs, and cooking recipes.
WoW's first mini-game--with dozens of pets to catch!
Zones, Questing, and Scenarios
Zone previews, scenarios, and staff impressions of questing areas.
Player vs Player
2 new battlegrounds and major resilience changes.
Lore & Art
Learn how things heat up to the Siege of Orgrimmar.
Exclusive Wowhead interviews, video previews, and all images including the Screenshot of the Day.
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Another 250,000 Beta Invites Due Out Tonight
2012/04/11 at 10:32 PM
A few moments ago, we initialized a new wave of 250,000 invitations to the Mists of Pandaria beta test. These are all invitations for World of Warcraft Annual Pass subscribers, and it should be a few hours before the e-mail notifications for all recipients have been sent.
If you want to make absolutely sure that you got an invite, just check your games list in Battle.net Account Services.
As always, thank you very much for your enthusiasm in helping test Mists of Pandaria. We really appreciate your feedback.
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Mists of Pandaria - Build 15589 - New 3D Models, Latest Additions, and More
2012/04/11 at 12:03 AM
We had a large data push tonight for a patch that will likely go live on beta tomorrow. There are tons of new and changed items and more!
Click here to see the latest data push full of new items and more
Jewelcrafting Serpent Eyes:
Delicate Serpent's Eye
Fractured Serpent's Eye
Leatherworking Leg Armor:
Ironscale Leg Armor
Shadowleather Leg Armor
Angerhide Leg Armor
Greater Cerulean Spellthread
Greater Pearlescent Spellthread
Glyph of Mass Exorcism
Glyph of Aspects
Glyph of Black Ice
Glyph of Horn of Winter
Glyph of the Geist
Glyph of Cheap Shot
Glyph of Shiv
Glyph of Stealth
5.0 QA PVP Test CC Break Trinket Crit
5.0 QA PVP Test CC Break Trinket Crit
ilvl 429 green sets, including
ilvl 429-450 sets including
There were also tons of new 3D models to look at, including warrior tier 14 and the monk challenge mode armor!
Monk Challenge Mode Armor
Warrior Tier 14
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Mists of Pandaria - Build 15544 - New Items, Icons, and Spell Changes
2012/04/06 at 9:10 AM
So early this morning there was a patch for Mists of Pandaria which will probably hit live servers tonight. There were a lot of added mounts, as well as profession things starting to make their way onto the beta. We also learned that the World of Warcraft class team has, well, class--they sign their notes with "XOXO":
Check out the latest additions on our beta website
Like Cataclysm and Wrath of the Lich King, Scribes will have epic shoulder enchants:
Greater Tiger Claw Inscription
Greater Crane Wing Inscription
There will be a new Recruit-a-Friend mount:
RAF Mount III
will be new craftable mounts
Given its similarity to
Vial of the Sands
, it's likely this mount will end up being crafted by Alchemists:
Heart of the Nightwing
You will be able to favorite your pets, as well as release them: BATTLE_PET_FAVORITE = "Set Favorite"; BATTLE_PET_RELEASE = "Release";
Prime glyphs continue to become minor cosmetic ones:
Glyph of Decoy
New Priest talent:
New Rogue abilities:
New Monk abilities and talents:
New Paladin ability:
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Blizzard Adding 250,000 More Players to the Mists of Pandaria Beta Tonight
2012/04/04 at 8:14 PM
That’s right -- we’re in the process of sending 250,000 additional beta-test invites to Annual Pass holders. Keep an eye on your email and Battle.net account for an invitation to come test Mists of Pandaria with us.
As with previous waves, it’s going to take a while for the invites to process, so we recommend checking your games list in Battle.net Account Management to see whether yours has arrived yet. Once it does, you’ll see the Mists of Pandaria beta client available for download from there. We expect this entire wave to take a day or so to complete.
We appreciate the enthusiasm of everyone who signed up for the World of Warcraft Annual Pass, and we’re working hard to get you into the beta. We know you’re excited to explore Pandaria and test the new content, and we’ll keep you posted here in the forums when we’re ready to send out another wave.
NVIDIA GTX 560 Winners
We've picked the seven winners for our
NVIDIA GTX 560 Giveaway
from last week. Thanks to all who participated and shared their favorite part of Mists of Pandaria!
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Mists of Pandaria Preview: Transmoggable Legendaries, New World Events, and More!
2012/04/01 at 2:00 AM
There are some
changes coming to Mists of Pandaria it appears in this latest beta patch. I've always wanted Blizzard to add more events to the world and it looks like they are going to be!
There's going to be a new fishing contest, a special event on every Friday the 13th, and more. There are also a few new rare mobs to discuss, from a Sha boss that focuses on World PvP to a group of vendors that spawn in rare locations that sell recolored legendaries that can be transmogged. A purple Thunderfury? Sign me up!
Oh, one more thing: APRIL FOOL'S.
Legendary Rare Spawns
Traveling Merchants Sell Legendary Reskins
While looking for wild pets added in this patch this weekend, Perculia and I found two very mysterious vendors on the roads in Duskwood and Burning Steppes!
, a Blood Elf, sold us a
for which was
Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker
's model with a purple tint. After selling it, she disappeared into the shadows, saying she would be back again next night. It's also worth noting that we could transmogrify it, which I've included a screenshot of.
, a Dragonkin, had
Time Tarnished Warglaives
which sold for each. These ended up red recolors of the
The Twin Blades of Azzinoth
. He too disappeared after selling the item--we didn't see them up later that day, so perhaps they share the same spawn timer as rare mobs.
New World Boss: Shyvana the Unforgiving
It looks like there will be a Sha world boss that spawns based on your faction's dominance in PvP called
Shyvana the Unforgiving
The entire encounter seems to revolve around regret for fueling violence between the Alliance and Horde. Of course, this makes sense--the Sha, after all, grows more powerful with conflict and PvP would definitely fall under that category. The more kills a faction has over the opposite faction on a realm, the more likely the chance that Shyvana will spawn in a capital city as hostile towards the entire faction.
The boss has a few abilities we've managed to piece together:
See Wrathion in Tavern
as a soft enrage timer and
will occasionally hit tanks. It also seems to inflict its enemies with the shame of killing others--
--throughout the fight and banish them, rendering them useless to their cause, so you'll need a large raid to be prepared.
After killing it, players gain
which lets them actually interact with the opposing faction. Since this has been requested for years especially with the rising popularity of Real ID, it seems like a fun way to make it a temporary perk.
Shyvana the Unforgiving
also likely drops
Race Flag 6
) as a mount, as it's been stated that the new world bosses will have unique mount drops.
FACTION_SHYVANA_BOSS_SPAWN = "%4$d deaths, %5$d faction";
ERR_FACTION_WON_ATTACK_S = "You cannot attack them, you are tranquil.";
BUFF_SHYVANA_DEFEAT_TEXT = "As Shyvana the Unforgiving's fragile body falls, a wave of tranquility passes over you. You are now righting your wrongs of blood thirst.";
As we covered in the press event, there is a new faction called the Artisans. They are made of the Tillers and the Anglers. Both seem to have new weekly events added into the game. There was also a third event we found that seemed to revolve around Friday the 13ths, which is a really cool idea!
Fishing Contest: Anglers' Deep Sea Dive
It looks like there will be a new fishing contest on Fridays in the evening each week, going well with the Northrend and Stranglethorn existing ones which take place on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Additionally, Blizzard's found a way to reuse that baby shark model that used to be Wintergrasp's faction reward back on WotLK beta--
Robes of Pinioned Eyes
looks to be one of the potential rewards. We also found a flyer--
--similar to the flyers handed out in capital cities for the STV event:
Anglers' Deep Sea Dive!
Friday Evening - 7pm - 10pm.
Put on your scuba gear and take to the water! Look for Rockscale Shrimp or catch its rare predator, the Shimmersand Turtle! Make sure to cast your nets and don't be afraid to get a little wet! The first person to catch twenty Rockscale Shrimp or catch a Shimmersand Turtle can turn them in to Fishmaster Shen in the harbor.
Even if you are not the first person to catch the shrimp, you can still turn them in for tokens. There are special fish to also be caught that will reward special prizes - like your very own baby shark!
Farm Contest: Farmer's Market
The Tillers host a Farmer's Market every Wednesday according to the in-game calendar. If you go to Darnassus, some of the guards vaguely refer to it--some don't. Players will be able to sell their livestock, compete in best of show competitions, and more as well as buy rare seeds for their farms and other goods.
Friday the 13th
It looks like every Friday the 13th there will be a spell of bad luck in Azeroth. There will be a black cat event--likely related to pet battles, perhaps a swarm of black cats--and a bad luck debuff. I hope they add more!
There's been a lot of changed hinted at for Archaeology, such as the involvement of the Lorewalker faction, increased digs per site, and perks tied to solving digsites, as Bashiok covered in his blog,
A Night in Mists of Pandaria
from the latest beta patch, which sheds some more info on these profession changes: it makes its subject able to find archaeology projects in half the time. We also noted that there was some incomplete data labeled for the Lorewalkers to move throughout Azeroth. Unfortunately, archaeology is currently bugged on the beta so we can't test this out.
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