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Blizzard hasn't nerfed BfA emissaries, yet it seems, and they still reward 2,000 gold when completed.
If you want to make some quick gold, check out if any of the currently available BfA emissaries reward it.
Reddit user imBlueMercy reported that even supplies still reward 4,000 gold, as shown in the image linked below.
A new meta for Mythic+ is emerging, as Priests are capable of mind controlling mobs in dungeons and make them fall to their deaths, leading to efficient skips.
Here is a Priest mind controlling trash mobs in Mists of Tirna Scithe. There are no invisible walls, so it is possible to make the mobs jump to their death.
One Reddit user claims this also works for all mobs in Halls of Atonement up to the first boss.
Do you think this will get hotfixed soon?
They've gotten a bit smaller, but today's hotfixes are still pretty solid. Soul Ash will now be mailed to you if you forget to loot it, so you can go through Torghast without fear, there's more Covenant swap fixes, class tweaks and the regular huge quest fixes as well!
November 27 (source)
Mage General Fixed an issue where Clouded Diamond (Torghast Anima Power) would not trigger with Arcane Momentum. Warlock General Corrected an issue where Soul Rot (Night Fae Ability) was unable to be used if the warlock was low on health. Covenants
Corrected an issue that could cause players who were trying to switch covenants to incorrectly be treated as having previously been a member of their desired new covenant. Creatures and NPCs
Stablemaster Vasilica has taken up shop in Sinfall to help Venthyr covenant members recover their lost pets. Items and Rewards
TheMistcaller Ocarina trinket now refreshes its buff duration when the buff is already applied and the buff now lasts 15 minutes (was 5 minutes). Quests
Covenant Campaign Fixed an issue where characters who chose to enter the Threads of Fate could have quests in their log from "The Looming Dark" campaign that could no longer be completed. Bastion Fixed an issue where there were two Centurion Colossi visible during the quest "The Final Countdown." Maldraxxas Characters in Threads of Fate mode should no longer be offered the Maldraxxus quest "WANTED: The Key of Eyes" as it takes place in a level 60 area. Ardenweald Fixed an issue during the quest "Ride to Heartwood Grove" where the Riding Stag would not want to be mounted. Revendreth Players who logout during “Refuge of Revendreth” should no longer be required to restart the quest to complete it. Archivist Fane will now allow those sworn to the Venthyr to obtain the quest "Halls of Atonement: Your Absolution." Prince Renathal will now accept the turn in of "Cages For All Occasions" while mounted on a Bridled Shadehound. The Maw Resolved an issue where Brethlun the Brand can become stuck and permanently evade all oncoming attacks during the quest "The Brand Holds the Key." Battle for Azeroth Fixed an issue where Tyrande could get stuck in combat during the Battle for Azeroth Alliance scenario "In Darkest Night." Torghast, Tower of the Damned
Any Soul Ash that was not looted from defeated enemies will now be sent to the player’s mailbox. World Quests
Increased the spawn frequency of Brittle Bark Mischief-Makers needed for the World Quest “Spriggan Size Me!” Fixed an issue where Kleia could display incorrectly during the Bastion World Quest "Flight School: Falling With Style."
It seems the Shadowlands aren't getting the best of receptions over on the user side of things on Metacritic, and since the critic reviews aren't in yet that's the only score available. The negative reviews currently outweigh the positives, which wouldn't be problematic in general, but as often happens with Metacritic user reviews some negative ones are not really accurate or helpful. And the reasoning given in some of these some reviews is pretty... "interesting", so one might characterize this as review bombing.
The scores themselves are always problematic with Metacritic, but it seems Shadowlands is particularly afflicted with this issue at the moment, as the vast majority of the negative side of the slider are just 0 scores. There are some negative ones that are perfectly legitimate, with fair evaluations of the person's opinion, but most are just 0 or 1 scores (in a 0-10 scoring system), and many of them have some VERY insightful "reviews" to offer:
Regardless of some of the above perhaps having some valid points, assigning a 1 or 0 to a game as complex as WoW is just laughable, and while it has become the de-facto way to say "I don't like this", it's just pretty sad to see in the WoW community.
Then there are also those that are legitimately frustrated at the very real issues present, like queues and similar (although with this logic, Vanilla, BC, Classic and basically the majority of WoW expansions would also get a 0):
There's plenty more where that came from, as well as glowing 10-scores, so if you're interested, head on over to Metacritic's page and check them out!
The Neutral never stops! Doubleagent, the Pandaren that refuses to pick a faction and is thus trapped on the Wandering Isle, pre-Horde/Alliance choice, is back in the Shadowlands and chasing that maximum level via only herbing and mining!
The Shadowlands made this endeavour quite a bit easier, as XP from the nodes was substantially increased, so much so that a Vulpera was able to get from 10-50 in about 20 hours recently! The neutral club has also grown over the years, and we now have a full group (at least) of Pandaren that are standing up to the faction separation and have made their home on the Wandering Isle! Here's the start of Doubleagent's Shadowlands trip:
We're eagerly awaiting the level 60 ding! It'll almost be as awesome a level up as this one! You can also check out Doubleagent's previous max level ding, 120, or the Legion one in which he goes into detail on the entire journey.