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7.1.5 Hotfixes: January 18th

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More Brawler's guild changes, Spontaneous Appendages buff, stamina and damage tweaks for all PvP classes, legendary item tweaks and more!

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Brawler’s Guild

  • Players that queue with a challenge card should reliably fight the creature on their challenge card after losing a rumble.
  • Carl's lava waves should no longer damage players outside of the Brawler's Guild arena.
  • During the G.G. Engineering challenge, the Shielded damage reduction buff is now immediately removed from Max Megablast or Bo Bobble when the active Shield Generator they are standing near is destroyed.
  • The Brawler's Potion of Prolonged PowerBrawler's Potion of Prolonged Power should now share a cooldown with other potions that increase damage.
  • Strange Thing's uninterruptible casts should not be interruptible by any means.
  • Strange Thing’s debuffs can no longer be dispelled by players.

 

Classes

  • Hunter

 

Class Halls

  • Fixed a bug that prevented some players from queueing Artifact Knowledge Research Work Orders.

 

Dungeons and Raids

  • Fixed a bug where Mists of Pandaria dungeon items were dropping with an incorrect level requirement.

 

Items

 

 

Legion Companion App

  • Added notifications for Android.

 

Player versus Player

  • Stamina increased by 10% for all specs.
  • Primary stat (Strength/Agility/Intellect) decreased by 5% for all non-healing specs.
  • Damage reduced by 5% for all healing specs (Restoration Druid, Mistweaver Monk, Holy Paladin, Discipline Priest, Holy Priest, and Restoration Shaman).
  • Players can no longer interact with flags in Arathi Basin when Greater Fade is active.
  • Druid
    • Balance

 

Professions

  • Archaeology
    • The "Headmaster/Headmistress" title should now be correctly rewarded when Elya Azuremoon is defeated during the Nar'thalas event.

 

Quests

  • Margaux will now reliably reappear where players pick up the quest "Where It's Made: Arcwine", if she despawns at any point during the quest.

Previous hotfixes.

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