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New Icons in 3.2 (Build 10026)
2009.06.25 um 11:54
The PTR always brings us new goodies, and this one is no exception. A total of 98 icons were added in the current build (3.2.10026).\r
Of course, all of these icons are available by browsing the individual database pages for items, spells, etc. You guys seem to appreciate seeing them all in one place, though, so here they are. :)\r
Wowhead: PTR 3.2 Site Up!
2009.06.25 um 01:36
The PTR Site is up!\r
Sorry for the slow update rate on this one\u2014it's been a busy week. :) The talent calculator is already prepared, and we'll be updating with item data as we collect it.\r
Make sure that those of you who are have characters on the PTR are running the Wowhead Client\u2014or, if you're feeling like a hacker, you can directly send your itemcache.wdb file to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Dusting Off Those Retired Characters
2009.06.24 um 23:42
Because of Blizzard's recent announcements that mounts and other speed-boosting forms will be attainable at lower levels, I have finally found the motivation to do something I probably haven't done in a very, very long time: Log onto World of Warcraft and level up some characters which I thought were going to be in permanent retirement.\r
That's right. Up until recently, I haven't been playing World of Warcraft mainly because of school, but also because I haven't found the motivation. With the exciting upcoming changes, however, it looks like that long-lost motivation has finally come.
Wowhead Weekly Review (June 14 - June 20)
2009.06.23 um 19:16
Hey there, this is our fifteenth Wowhead Weekly Review!\r
This week, we are continuing our coverage of the upcoming changes in Patch 3.2. Read on to see all the topics we have in store!\r
DISCLAIMER: Opinions presented in the Wowhead Weekly Review are not necessarily those of Wowhead.com or its staff members.
Midsummer Fire Festival 2009 (June 21 - July 5) - Quest Guide + Information!
2009.06.21 um 15:00
Update: The latest version of this guide can be found here:\r
Midsummer is here! World of Warcraft's Midsummer Fire Festival begins at 4:00am server time on June 21 and runs til 4:00am server time on July 5, and this year's festivities are better than ever! Acquire flaming threads, a sweet tabard, a fiery companion and more! Complete achievements to earn a new player title - Horde players can obtain the title 'Flame Keeper' and Alliance players can obtain the title 'Flame Warden.'\r
BY FIRE BE PURGED!There are bonfires located in each major capital city, which are surrounded by questgivers, Midsummer Celebrants, and a Midsummer Supplier or Midsummer Merchant who sells items in exchange for
. There are 'Commoner' NPCs of all races (including goblins!) that can be found lingering around
Mage Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009.06.18 um 22:27
These things are coming faster than we have time to post them. :)\r
So this is the second entry in the class Q&A, series, this one about mages. Ghostcrawler answers some interesting questions, and some uninteresting ones, and gives us some clues about the future of the mage class.\r
For those of you who play mages\u2014and maybe those of you who don't\u2014read on! The text of the interview is after the break.
More Summer Contests!
2009.06.18 um 02:00
Surely that's as awesome as Blizzcon tickets, right? It sure as hell lasts longer.That's right, our BlizzCon Contest is over! The final entries have been filed, will be tallied and the winners will be announce on the contest page tomorrow at noon. That's three BlizzCon tickets: Two to go to the Grand Prize Winner (along with free airfare and hotel, as well as dinner with the Wowhead team\u2014or at least all of us who could get tickets), and the third will be awarded at random to one of our Wowhead Prize Package winners!\r
But for those of you who aren't satisfied with just one contest, guess what...we've got another!\r
This time, we're giving away a kickass Dell XPS 625 Desktop PC, another stack of Killer Network Cards, and (of course) another batch of Wowhead T-Shirts. Head on over to the contest page and take a look!\r
The Crusader's Coliseum!
2009.06.17 um 21:48
A typical coliseumWell the updates are just coming fast and furious now. The latest update is about the newest tier in raid content\u2014tier 9\u2014to be released in Patch 3.2!\r
Apparently the next raid tier to come out will be the Crusaders' Coliseum. No info released yet on what the actual encounters will be like, but there have been a few interesting tidbits\u2014apparently there will be four difficulty levels on this one: a normal and heroic 10-man, and a normal and heroic 25-man. They're unlocking one encounter at a time, one per week, Sunwell-style. They're ALSO creating a system (which has already generated some controversy) which limits the number of attempts you get on each boss per raid lockout, and increases the quality of rewards based on how many "tries" you have left when you down him.\r
Add in a new 5-man dungeon that rewards
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s, and new Alliance-only and Horde-only skins for gear, and this one sounds ESPECIALLY interesting. The blue post is after the break!
Shaman Changes in 3.2
2009.06.17 um 20:35
Even Vin Diesel approves the new changes!Mount changes...check!\r
Class mount spells changes...check!\r
Class changes...class changes...loading...check now!\r
That's right, Call of the Crusade is getting juicier and juicier! Must be because of the word "crusade" in it...crusade -- paladins -- awesomeness! Hmm...\r
Anyway, it looks like the Shamans are getting some love now. I myself have a shaman, and one of the most annoying things in the world (you can all confirm that) is dropping totems, pulling them back, dropping again, making sure none of them is dead, and if there is one, drop it again... It's a pain, brothers and sisters! Well, Blizzard has heard our cries of pain, and is about to make our lives a whole lot easier -- the totem bar awaits us in 3.2, along with spells like Call of Fire, which drops all of our totems at once, Totemic Call being renamed to Call of Earth; and two more, Call of Air and Call of Water, which work like the Fire one, just using different presets of totems.\r
For details and healing juiciness -- read on!\r
Profession Changes (Buffs) in 3.2
2009.06.17 um 00:26
Work, work...Looks like Patch 3.2, Call of the Crusade, will a patch that brings joy and happiness to many, if not all of us. After the Argent Tournament Changes, now we get Profession Changes! Long story short, all of the professions are being buffed.\r
On a slightly side note, a lot of information starts to leak. Something like this happened about...I believe 2 months before The Secrets of Ulduar was released. Do you think we can expect 3.2 around the end of the summer?
Argent Tournament Changes in 3.2
2009.06.16 um 15:49
Looks gloomy, doesn't it?Update - Check the second quote panel.\r
Content patch 3.1 brought us not only Ulduar and its secrets, but the Argent Tournament as well - a place where brave heroes of both the Alliance and the Horde fought and still fight for recognition from the Argent Crusade. But more important than any of that (for many players) were the nice rewards - weapons on par with Heroic loot, mounts, pets, tabards, banners... and in the upcoming patch, even moar! New seal-rewarding dailies, new mounts, pets, tabards, heirloom items, and even a (costly) upgrade for your squire! In exchange of 150 Seals, your loyal follower will be able to serve as bank, mailbox or vendor!\r
Read on, and find out about the other changes in the preview!\r
Wowhead Weekly Review (June 7 - June 13)
2009.06.15 um 13:06
Welcome to the fourteenth edition of the Wowhead Weekly Review! This week we have lots of threads to share about the upcoming changes in Patch 3.2, as well as some updates from various members of the Wowhead Staff. Stay turned for the exciting news after the break!\r
DISCLAIMER: Opinions presented in the Wowhead Weekly Review are not necessarily those of Wowhead.com or its staff members.\r
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