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Pattie's Cap is a new Alpaca mount coming in Patch 10.1.5.
The mount is rewarded upon earning the Whodunnit? achievement in Patch 10.1.5. The achievement references a new holiday called Secrets of Azeroth. We'll cover that in a separate post soon.
Provisionist Kathos encountered Pattie on her first assignment to Vol'dun. Pattie developed an affinity to Provisionist work but is eager to delve deeper, helping adventurers in their sleuthing.
The micro menu received new artwork in the latest Patch 10.1.5 Build on the PTR.
For comparison, we're showing you both the current and Patch 10.1.5 versions.
Micro Menu Live Version
Micro Menu Patch 10.1.5 Version
Which version do you prefer? Let us known in the comments!
As with other megadungeons, Dawn of the Infinite will be separated into two wings with Mythic+ and Heroic difficulty available in a future update to the game.
This will probably occur at around Season 3 when a new dungeon rotation's added.
The latest Patch 10.1.5 Build 49908 adds entries of two separate wings for the Dawn of the Infinite megadungeon, which means it will be enabled for Mythic+ in the future with Heroic difficulty available:
Dawn of the Infinite: Galakrond's Fall - The infinite dragonflight has invaded the Bronze Temple. Help Nozdormu and Chromie take back the Timeways! Dawn of the Infinite: Murozond's Rise - Murozond rises. Race against time with Chromie to correct the past!
Blizzard is adding upgrade tracks for Mythic Item Level 441 gear in Patch 10.1.5.
Currently on live servers you cannot upgrade Mythic gear. However, that's about to change in Fractures in Time when Mythic Gear will receive 3 upgrade ranks.
Rank 1 Upgrade: Item Level 441 > 443 Rank 2 Upgrade: Item Level 443 - 445 Rank 3 Upgrade: Item level 445-447 The change also applies retroactively to Great Vault loot / any loot obtained before the patch goes live, as per Reddit comments.
Twitch has posted new branded content guidelines leaving many streamers disappointed. After witnessing the initial community reaction, Twitch apologized for the confusion and frustration caused and promised to rewrite them.
The guidelines would limit on-stream logos to 3% of screen size and disallow burned-in video, display, and audio ads, which could have devastating effects on streamers.
Streamers would still be able to use channel page panel ads, products in the background of their stream, links in chat, discuss/unbox products, and play sponsored games, as stated in the guidelines.
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