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Hunter players can unlock Ottuk Taming in Dragonflight, and here are the requirements.
Wowhead has discovered the source of Ottuk Taming in the Dragonflight expansion, which was shrouded in mystery. The latest Hunter pet addition belongs to the Rodent family.
Taming Ottuk is tied to Iskaara Tuskarr Renown. You must reach Level 11 to unlock the Questline: The Chieftain's Duty. The quest starts with Sudden Isolation from Murik in Iskaara. While the Iron Is Hot, the final quest, where you slay Zhurtan the Riverboiler in the Waking Shores, rewards Ottuk Taming. The unlock is account-wide, so all Hunters on your account will have access to it once unlocked.
The Dragonflight pre-patch event ends later today with the release of Dragonflight. Therefore, don't forget to spend all your earned Primeval Essences.
UPDATE: The vendors are still there on live servers, so if you're alts are missing gear, don't forget to buy it at Level 60.
Primeval Essence, the Dragonflight pre-patch event currency, can be turned in for item level 252 gear at Level 60. When the new expansion hits, the event will be gone, and the vendors will most likely despawn, leaving you with worthless Primeval Essence in your inventory.
The currency is BoA, and you can send it to alts. Note that the alt must be Level 60 to buy gear. Low-level characters cannot purchase it.
Check out our Primal Storms guide before the event's gone for good.
If you still have some remaining Primeval Essences from the Dragonflight pre-patch event in your inventory, you will be pleased to learn Storm Vendors are still around on live servers.
Storm Vendors that sell item level 252 catch-up gear have not despawned, even though you can no longer earn Primeval Essences. The currency is BoA and can be sent over to alts, so if you have some laying around in your backpack, you can still buy gear to give your alts a head-start into the Dragon Isles.
Your alt must be Level 60 to buy the gear even though the Dragon Isles are available at Level 58.
A huge batch is here and we have many class changes, dungeon tuning, profession, PvP and item fixes and much more!
December 1 (Source)
Evoker Living Flame will now restore 50% of its mana cost when used to strike an enemy. Developers’ note: This change is intended to allow Preservation Evokers to use Living Flame to contribute damage during raid encounters without losing mana. It will also prevent Devastation Evokers from running out of mana when using Living Flame with high haste values. Hunter Marksmanship Fixed an issue where Bulletstorm was incorrectly also granting the benefit of Bombardment. Fixed an issue where Arcane Shot and Chimaera Shot were incorrectly consuming a stack of the Bulletstorm buff when cast. Survival Fixed an issue where Quick Shot would not properly deal damage if you had changed the appearance of your weapon. Fixed an issue where Spearhead did not properly apply the bleed from Mongoose Bite or Raptor Strike if Aspect of the Eagle was active. Paladin Protection Fixed an issue causing Inspiring Vanguard to grant an incorrect amount of Strength. Priest The following Priest spells have been added to the Personal Resource Display: Desperate Prayer, Lightweaver, Empyreal Blaze, Dark Ascension, Deathspeaker, Holy Ward, Archangel, and Dark Archangel. Power Word: Life now has a spell highlight when targeting a low health ally. Mind Flay: Insanity now has a spell highlight when it is available. The debuff for Angelic Bulwark is no longer displayed on Raid Frames. Holy Fixed an issue causing queued Heals to not gain a cast time reduction from Lightweaver after casting Flash Heal. Shaman The debuff for Elemental Equilibrium is no longer displayed on Raid Frames. Creatures and NPCs
Fixed an issue where rare enemies on the Dragon Isles did not have a daily loot lockout. Fixed an issue where some baby mammoths could be unintentionally tamed. Dungeons and Raids
The Azure Vault Arcane Tender’s Wild Eruption will no longer target player pets. Brakenhide Hollow Withering damage reduced by 64% (effect applied by Decay Speaker’s Withering Burst, Trickclaw Mystic’s Witherbolt, etc.). Fetid Rotsinger’s Decaying Totem health reduced by 50%. Fixed an issue where the dungeon’s quests could not be completed. Halls of Infusion Watcher Irideus Power Overload no longer targets pets. Primal Tsunami A friendly Titan Defense Orb now offers players a quick way out of the dungeon after defeating the Primal Tsunami. Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr Fixed an issue where the dungeon’s quests could not be completed. Items and Rewards
Fixed an issue where Crimson Aspirant's Pulverizer and Crimson Aspirant's Longspear had the same stats. Fixed an issue where Slumbering Worldsnail Shell and Raging Magmammoth were unlearnable. Fixed an issue where Misty Satchel was bind-on-equip and could be listed on the Auction House. Re-added cloth loot that was temporarily removed from rare enemies. Fixed an issue where Reclaimed Tuskarr Harpoon and Raging Berserker were using the incorrect weapon type. Player versus Player
Fixed an issue where PvP Conduits were not purchasable. Sergeant Wilson and Nassar have arrived in the Gladiator’s Refuge for slightly less than loyal characters to sign up as a Mercenary in battlegrounds. Precognition (PvP Talent) is now displayed on the Personal Resource Bar. War Mode Fixed an issue that could cause Supply Drops in Ohn’ahran Plains to not reach the ground before despawning. Professions
Significantly increased the drop rate of recipes for Crimson Combatant equipment from Victorious Contender’s Strongboxes. Notebook of Crafting Knowledge for Enchanting now awards knowledge for the correct profession. Temporarily disabled Basic and Advanced Experimentation for Alchemy to address a bug. Fixed an issue where some pieces of Engineering crafting gear were missing stats. Lofty Malygite has become slightly less lofty and is now within reach for Jewelcrafters to collect. Reduced the drop rate on Roused Seedling when gathering herbs. Adjusted Molten, Hardened, and Windswept Overload loot tables to be similar in value to Frost Overload. Quests
Fixed an issue where Shadowlands campaign quests were being pushed to players outside of Shadowlands. The Azure Span Fixed an issue where “Calling the Blue Dragons” was rewarding duplicates of the Highland Drake to alts. Fixed an issue where “Into the Azure” was incorrectly available for alts who had already completed “To the Azure Span.” Ohn’ahran Plains Nokhud Offensive Fixed an issue where Khanam Matra Sarest, the quest giver for “The Wind Belongs to the Sky” could incorrectly phase out. The Waking Shores Fixed an issue where “Honor Our Fallen” was available at level 68, but its reward could require level 70. Fixed an issue where “The Tools of One’s Trade” was available at level 68, but its reward could require level 70. Fixed an issue where the “Greater Obsidian Citadel Key” could fail to be completed. Fixed an issue where various Siege on Dragonbane Keep UI elements wouldn’t show until Valdrakken Accord Rank 6. Quest markers for “To Dragonbane Keep!” have been modified to be clearer. Fixed an issue where players wouldn’t be added to the Siege on Dragonbane scenario at times, preventing rewards from being obtained. Reputation
Cobalt Assembly Lowered Fun Detected’s chance to drop Wild Arcana. It was changing the drop rate to be 100% instead of adding an additional percent chance. Yes, we know how this looks. Iskaara Tuskarr Fixed an issue where the “Iskaaran Fishing Net” quest items were not visible. Maruuk Centaur Fixed an issue where “Good at Doings, Not Understandings” was being incorrectly offered to players at Renown 1. Fixed an issue where players could be in the area of a Grand Hunt and not get added to the scenario correctly. Valdrakken Accord Fixed an issue where the Dragon Racing world quests were not unlocking correctly at Valdrakken Accord Rank 7.
We recently wrote about one of Dragonflight's quests being among the best WoW has seen, as the Stay a While Veritistrasz interaction captured the imaginations of many, many players on the community. Well, today another player shared their thoughts on this quest, and it's none other than Chris Metzen, former Senior Vice President of Story and Franchise Development at Blizzard (aka the guy that wrote all of WoW's lore - minus the Jailer and co.).
You can check out other player comments on the quest and the full playthrough - or rather readthrough - here.