“emoting /sleep in the dream causes a spectral green "dream" version of the player to rise out of their character's body - fully controllable, the spectral form can run around and explore while the body remains asleep.”Ok that’s cool af, can’t wait to do that with my Druid“ Patch 10.2 is not the end of Dragonflight”. Good, that answers that question.
What's Next?Patch 10.2 is not the end of Dragonflight, but an awesome turning point in the sotry, with lots of cool activities and stories ahead, though no word on what that might encompass or entail.--Def gonna be a 10.3 but it's likely to do what the .5 and .7 patches do story-wise. Lead us into the next big thing.Spoilers: The Man'ari just joined the Alliance and we just got a relic that combines Titan, Void and Legion languages. >.>So prolly gonna be doing an intergalactic war type thing and 10.3 and it's raid will be about jumpstarting that.
I swear these public events are not fun anymore. Why does blizz overdo something people praise to the point it's excessive and not fun anymore?Same with dragonriding achivs, there are soooo many rn and the region specific ones (like kalimdor) are currently limited events, which forces you to play during these events and it really takes away the fun I have had in dragonriding.Also, stop with the 1000 recolors of one set, please make new models for stuff zzz..
After a patch every 8-10 weeks, 10.2 is not the last major content patch and Amirdrassil is not the last DF raid before a “fated” season. Shadowlands was cut short for obvious reasons, a pandemic and less development time before they were expected to put out another expansion. They’re not going to cut out the most featured Dragonflight in all of WoW, the Red. We still have Iridikron to return and most likely try and corrupt Alexstrasza. Whatever happens in that raid will spill over to be the next expansion. Blizzcon will have a 2024 roadmap with 10.2.5, 10.2.7, 10.3 and 11.0. Every road mal we’ve seen has been 2023. They’re not going to be talking about what’s next when Blizzcon is 6 weeks away, and they didn’t talk about 10.2 until a week ago. “10.2 is not the end of Dragonflight, just a turning point in the story” which means @#$%s going to hit the fan with Fyrakk’s defeat. We’ll save the tree, but at what cost?
None of this is new information, or am I missing something. Like unless this interview was just uploaded late to wowhead
"This is not the end of Dragonflight. "Ah, crap.