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Patch 7.3 Hotfixes: Sep 1

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The third round of 7.3 hotfixes is here with nerfs to Fallen Avatar and various improvements to the game.

After nerfs to Mistress Sassz'ine, Fallen Avatar is the next boss to receiving adjustments. Below are latest hotfixes that were applied to live servers.

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Dungeons and Raids

  • Some lower level dungeon quest mobs now drop their quest items more frequently.
  • Tomb of Sargeras
    • Goroth
      • Now once again displays the correct visual effects.
    • Fallen Avatar
      • Touch of SargerasTouch of Sargeras now creates 4 fissures in Mythic difficulty (was 5 fissures).
      • Touch of SargerasTouch of Sargeras damage reduced by 10% in Mythic difficulty.
      • Fallen Avatar now generates 20% less energy when Tainted MatrixTainted Matrix and Corrupted MatrixCorrupted Matrix beams are not intercepted by players.
      • Fixed an issue where some players falling into the second phase of the fight took unintended damage.
    • Kil’jaeden
      • Now once again displays the correct visual effects.


Player versus Player

  • The Dutiful PvP companions should now be purchasable once players reach Prestige 7 on any character.
  • Stealth and Invisibility effects will be removed when assaulting bases in Domination battlegrounds such as Arathi Basin.


Previous 7.3 Hotfixes

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So they still can't do nothing when sound go away when fel orbs spawn in M+ dungeons :/ Under Goroth dispőlays correct visuals i hope they mean that annoying purple effects on every player on mythic. That killed lot of my guildies framerate. 

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