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Patch 7.1.5 PTR: Tier 19 Set Bonus Changes

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Patch 7.1.5 is less than three days away and Blizzard is using this time for final tuning of the patch before release. Two days ago they released a patch with hotfixes to many Legendary items. The main aim now were Tier 19 Set Bonuses.  Below is a complete list of changes.

Tier 19 Set Bonus Changes

Death Knight

Druid

Hunter

Mage

Monk

Paladin

Rogue

Shaman

Warlock

Warrior

If you're interested in Tier 19 Sets, you can access our preview here.

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1 hour ago, Tifkins said:

What a nerfs....hunter mm from 50% to 15%, rogue from 100% to 30%...What next blizzard? Just remove set bonus?

You also have to consider that the MM 2pc set bonus is ridiculously OP, especially if you have the legendary boots. 15% is a more reasonable focus cost reduction, and also you have to take into account that you'll end up getting more frequent Trueshots at 15% reduction because you're benefitting more from the 2pc that way. This is now just time for Beast Mastery hunters to reign supreme :D

I'll agree the rogue one seems a little unfair but rogues are in quite a good place at the moment anyway - if it comes to live and this set bonus really doesn't live up to its expectations I'm sure blizz will hotfix it up a little bit. Given how many changes they've made prior to 7.1.5 anyway that wouldn't surprise me if it did happen that way.

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On 08/01/2017 at 9:24 AM, Tifkins said:

What a nerfs....hunter mm from 50% to 15%, rogue from 100% to 30%...What next blizzard? Just remove set bonus?

MM is enough OP imo ^^

I'm really excited about T19, I hope it'll be great on Survival spec ;)

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On 1/10/2017 at 9:39 AM, Jintaka said:

MM is enough OP imo ^^

I'm really excited about T19, I hope it'll be great on Survival spec ;)

Looks like all 3 hunter specs kinda got throw in the dumpster! That Hunter discord is alive like never before

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