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We've pushed a hotfix to change Garrison profession Traders to a predictable daily order instead of being random.
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"Exploration Mission Master" removed from "Don't Call Me Junior" meta achievement. UI not updated until a client patch.
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With the changes in Everbloom, are you expecting people to be able to beat the current realm/world cm times?
4 days ago
We may need to clear the leaderboards and/or adjust target times to keep Everbloom CM competitive. We’re discussing.
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2010/12/01 at 8:10 PM
The moment Blizzard announced the changes to raid lockouts, I rejoiced. I cheered. There may even have been some standing up and dancing involved, maybe. You see, I'm a 10-man raider and I am one by choice. The idea that I can raid what I want without feeling pressured into doing 25-mans because of the better loot is a change I fully approve of. It is not, however, a change without consequences or without controversy. This change will impact each and every one of us on an individual level.
The changes to Azeroth because of this may be as significant as the sundering itself, and my thoughts on them continue after the break!
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