Blizzard Post Roundup: Arena Cup #2, Legendary Rings, SS vs TM Hotfix
31/05/2017 alle 11:27
Today's Blizzard post roundup covers the results of Arena Cup #2, a clarification that 7.2.5 legendary rings are world drops, and a PvP brawl hotfix.
Blizzard confirmed that the legendary rings coming in Patch 7.2.5 are RNG world drops, like the other legendaries. Due to the names of the legendary rings sounding like Class Hall titles, some players had been speculating that they perhaps came from quests instead. Check out all the new legendaries in our
7.2.5 Legendary Post
PvP Brawl Hotfix
Southshore vs Tarren Mill is this week's brawl and higher-ranked players were incorrectly awarding more points. With this hotfix, every player kill is worth one point, and the first team to accumulate 150 points wins.
Arena Cup #2
The weekend PvP tournaments continue, where teams try to earn points towards the Arena Championships.
Cup #2 got off to something of an interesting start, with team changes, surprise exits and new team compositions. Catch up with all the action from the final 8 and watch Boyzz defeat epic teams Northern Gaming Blue and ABC to win the 2nd WoW Arena Qualifier Cup. Check out the results below and catch all the action
Results for Cup #2
#1 Boyzz (160 Points)
Ratapai – Discipline Priest
Pacifier – Fire Mage & Feral Druid
Bubz – Subtlety / Assassination Rogue
Neepzen – Restoration Druid
#2 Northern Gaming Blue (80 Points)
Minpojke – Restoration Druid
Raiku – Frost / Fire Mage
Whaazz – Subtlety / Assassination Rogue
Zunniyaki – Discipline & Shadow Priest
#3 ABC (36 Points)
Alec – Frost &; Fire Mage
Niksi – Arms / Fury Warrior & Sub / Assass Rogue
Asgarath – Resto Druid & Disc Priest
Cara – Ret Paladin & Beast Mastery Hunter
#4 KFC Managers (20 Points)
Corkiy – Balance Druid
Realzin – Demon Hunter & Unholy Death Knight
Drainer – Resto Shaman & MW Monk & Holy Paladin
Deathrund – Warrior & Ele Shaman & Shadow Priest
#5 Method (12 Points)
Swapxy – Enh / Ele Shaman & Unholy Death Knight
Boetar – Resto Druid & Mistweaver Monk
Fabss – Demo / Affliction Warlock
Blizo – Arms / Fury Warrior
#5 EMO (12 Points)
Cervantes – Unholy Death Knight
Nerdrage – Arms Warrior & Ele Shaman
Lyanne – Resto Druid & Mistweaver Monk
Infernion – Demo / Affliction Warlock
Highlights and Headlines
The World Champions Return
With new roster addition “Blizo”, Method made it to their first top 6 of the season easing past the champions of Qualifier Cup #1, Enjoy Legion. Boetar and Swapxy looked unstoppable, but the KFC Managers had other ideas, taking them down in a closely fought 3-2 series. Regardless, Method get their first points of 2017 on the leader board, and will have reminded everyone who forgot: They are here to play.
NGB? More like NGU (Never Give Up!)
Northern Gaming Blue entered broadcast in the lower bracket following a 3-0 thumping from ABC. But the European Champions never gave up, trumping all the teams the lower side of the bracket could throw at them, including ABC in a rematch 3-1. In the Grand Finals they took the first series, but finally ran out of steam as Boyzz stepped up and took them down in the second best of 5 to claim the tournament.
New Boyzz on the block
Another new team to the 2017 leader board, Boyzz laid out an impressive performance putting them on the European radar. The tournament rookies surprised everyone when Pacifier brought out his Feral Druid to take down ABC. But nothing was more impressive than their taking down of Northern Gaming Blue in Rogue Mage mirror match ups a total of 4-3 to take the Cup #2 title!
EU Arena Cup #3
Final 8 Broadcast: Saturday 24th – Sunday 25th June
EU Arena Cup #4
Final 8 Broadcast: Saturday 8th – Sunday 9th July
EU Arena Cup #5
Final 8 Broadcast: Saturday 22nd – Sunday 23rd July
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