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World of Warcraft Classic Patch 1.13.5 Brings Big Changes

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    November 27, 2020 9:55 AM EET

    Patch 1.13.5 is now live in World of Warcraft Classic, preparing the client for some of the biggest changes for newer players, those with alts, or simply those who prefer not to raid. This comes in the form of Dungeon Set 2 items, dungeon questline, and vendor, all of which will be available on July 28 with the Ahn’Qiraj events.To get more news about WoW Classic Gold for Sale, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

    For those who may not recall, this long series of quests allows for players to gradually upgrade pieces of their Dungeon set 1 to Dungeon set 2, also known among the community as Tier 0.5. This replaces pieces of the set with even more powerful upgrades and can be done without the need to step into large raids. While the overall raiding scene does feel far easier in Classic than it ever did in the original game, there are still players who prefer to do content without the need to participate in such large-scale events - and this is a perfect option for them.
    With that said, completing an entire Dungeon 2 set is a long and expensive process, requiring the completion of several long quest chains, lots of gold, and farming of components in the world. Still, it is an excellent option for those who dislike raiding, or simply for those who want to have all the available tier sets in the game.

    In addition to the new Dungeon set, the loot tables have also been updated to provide players with a greater chance at Epic items. As well, certain highly sought-after items available through end-game dungeons that have not been in the game until this point, with Relics bring the most important of these items. Relics were originally released in patch 1.10.0 and are sought after for the bonuses they apply to certain spells and abilities. There are three types that will be available in Classic, including Idols for Druids, Librams for Paladins, and Totems for Shamans, making many end-game dungeons worth revisiting.