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Patch 7.3: Tier 21 Death Knight

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We're doing overviews of all Tier 21 sets and their set bonuses and it's time for Death Knights.

Tier 21 Sets will drop in Antorus, the Burning Throne raid that will not open immediately when Patch 7.3 goes live. Please note that this is a work-in-progress preview and the appearance and set bonuses are subject to change at any given time throughout 7.3 testing.

Tier 21 Death Knight Set Bonuses

Normal Tint

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Mythic Tint

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In case you've missed any of our previous Tier 21 previews:

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1 hour ago, Rako said:

mage next

He'll get round to it, I'm sure :) Stan covers all of the classes that can be found.

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Shouldn't this say 4P took me a min of reading to try to find Blood 4P also love this 4 set bonus im hoping the values are 30% or better :D much better than current set bonuses imo

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9 hours ago, Lamuria said:

Shouldn't this say 4P took me a min of reading to try to find Blood 4P also love this 4 set bonus im hoping the values are 30% or better :D much better than current set bonuses imo

^ I'm with this.  Additionally, the photo on the right under normal tint appears to be the back of a monk?

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12 hours ago, Lamuria said:

Shouldn't this say 4P took me a min of reading to try to find Blood 4P also love this 4 set bonus im hoping the values are 30% or better :D much better than current set bonuses imo

Will get this fixed, thanks!

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3 hours ago, DeathsDesign said:

^ I'm with this.  Additionally, the photo on the right under normal tint appears to be the back of a monk?

Same as above, thanks for letting us know :D

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Thanks for the reports. The tooltip names are added automatically and when you try to fix them manually they would sometimes underline the entire spell or leave blank no external follows, so I didn't update it. Screenshot has been replaced!

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On 7/20/2017 at 5:17 PM, Stan said:

I find these 2/4P bonuses completely acceptable.

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3 hours ago, PatrickHenry said:

I find these 2/4P bonuses completely acceptable.

I especially like the 0% increases! ;D

For real though, this could make VB more complex to use and be a more powerful CD not only for defensive uses, but offensive too. It's a great 4P for blood!

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On 02/08/2017 at 0:45 AM, genbag said:

Don't forget to updates the bonuses, now they suck real nice !

What were the changes? I think Stan updated them on the 27th, but not sure if there were further ones.

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Blood bonuses :

2p : losing a BS charge makes you gain 3sec on DRW cd 

4p : when DRW finishes, you have 15% increased rune regen for 10 sec (i think that's the right numbers)

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On 8/4/2017 at 8:07 AM, genbag said:

Blood bonuses :

2p : losing a BS charge makes you gain 3sec on DRW cd 

4p : when DRW finishes, you have 15% increased rune regen for 10 sec (i think that's the right numbers)

Ah, didn't see they had changed - will get it updated :)

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