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Patch 7.3.2 Official Patch Notes

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What's coming in Patch 7.3.2? The official patch notes are here!

The patch is full of bug fixes and tuning in preparation for Antorus, the Burning Throne raid. The new raid won't open immediately, but at a later time after Patch 7.3.2 goes live. The update is available for background download through the Blizzard Battle.net app, so the patch will probably arrive sooner than expected with Antorus opening later after BlizzCon.

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Patch 7.3.2 includes:

  • General bug fixes and minor class balance changes.
  • Additional currency support in Battle.net.
  • Additional tuning in preparation for Antorus, the Burning Throne raid dungeon’s release.

While this minor patch adds in additional tuning for Antorus, this raid won’t be available with the release of patch 7.3.2, and will open at a later date.

CLASSES

  • Druid
    • Balance
      • Touch of the MoonTouch of the Moon trait redesigned.  Now heals for an increasing amount per rank, with a fixed proc chance of 20% (was a fixed healing amount with a proc chance of 5% per rank). Additionally, will not proc if the caster is above 95% health.
  • Shaman
    • Elemental
      • Shamanistic HealingShamanistic Healing trait redesigned. Now heals for an increasing amount per rank, with a fixed cooldown of 30 seconds (was a fixed healing amount with a cooldown of [30 seconds minus 2 seconds] per rank).

CLASS HALLS

  • Added three new missions: “Scour the Surface”, “Abandoned Armory”, and “Feed the Furnaces”. All reward follower armor upgrades.
  • A Primal SargeritePrimal Sargerite vendor has been added to the Vindicaar (Maras).

ITEMS

  • Convergence of FatesConvergence of Fates now reduces the remaining cooldown on one of your powerful abilities by 4 seconds (was 5 seconds), and has 10% more primary stat.
  • A number of class set items from legacy content can now be sold to vendors.

LEGION COMPANION APP

  • Restored the mission-complete button on the map.
  • Updated to support 7.3.2 patch.

PLAYER VERSUS PLAYER

  • The weekly quest “Something Different” should now reward the correct Brawler's FootlockerBrawler's Footlocker based on the active season.
  • The Enchanter's Illusion - Primal VictoryPrimal Victory and Enchanter's Illusion - Glorious TyrannyGlorious Tyranny Illusions are now purchasable for 10 Marks of Honor for players who earned at least one of the following Achievements:
    • Glorious Tyranny:
      • Duelist or Hero of the Horde/Alliance in Season 14.
      • Duelist or Hero of the Horde/Alliance in Season 15.
    • Primal Victory:
      • Duelist or Hero of the Horde/Alliance in Warlords Season 1.
      • Duelist or Hero of the Horde/Alliance in Warlords Season 2.
      • Duelist or Hero of the Horde/Alliance in Warlords Season 3.

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37 minutes ago, Yridaa said:

When you put it like that, these patch notes seem very exciting!

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All the exciting stuff will be up in our Patch 7.3.2 hub :P.

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55 minutes ago, komlit said:

So is this all? Or we expecting more to come of this patch seems lack of content for wait. 

It has more stuff to it. All of the patch changes aren't here, just recent ones it looks like.

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11 minutes ago, alleraz said:

It has more stuff to it. All of the patch changes aren't here, just recent ones it looks like.

Ah okay ty!

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8 hours ago, Hypersonic said:

But finally at least coming that Primal Sargerite vendor.

Yep, finally a way to get rid of them for something useful :p

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1 hour ago, VictorVakaras said:

If these aren't the full notes what's the point?

I think they update them as they document the changes and the social media team know how to format them etc.

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5 hours ago, Calysia said:

Tuesday maintenance from 7 A:M to 3 P:M. Me thinks the patch is dropping.

It's kinda early for it to drop. They're are still testing the raid in PTR and havent even opened up the last boss yet. Unless it does drop but hold out about another month to open the raid which wouldn't make sense.

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On 21/10/2017 at 9:50 AM, Blainie said:

Yep, finally a way to get rid of them for something useful :p

I know the feeling, I've got 317 of them >.<

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9 hours ago, alleraz said:

It's kinda early for it to drop. They're are still testing the raid in PTR and havent even opened up the last boss yet. Unless it does drop but hold out about another month to open the raid which wouldn't make sense.

I mean.... I'll just leave this here...

On 10/20/2017 at 2:16 PM, Stan said:

The patch is full of bug fixes and tuning in preparation for Antorus, the Burning Throne raid. The new raid won't open immediately, but at a later time after Patch 7.3.2 goes live.

And also this from the Blizzard Blue post...

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Patch 7.3.2 includes:

  • General bug fixes and minor class balance changes.
  • Additional currency support in Battle.net.
  • Additional tuning in preparation for Antorus, the Burning Throne raid dungeon’s release.

While this minor patch adds in additional tuning for Antorus, this raid won’t be available with the release of patch 7.3.2, and will open at a later date.

 

Edited by DeathsDesign

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You have to remember this is 7.3.2 and not 7.3.5 which is when presumably all the silithus content comes out which seems to be the last bit of legion until the next expansion, except pre launch patch maybe unless silithus is the pre-patch? Although Id' love a surprise here is a one boss raids with some cool mounts and transmog items for your guild to farm while we wait for the next expansion

As for the raid, they will release it when it is ready, usually aligned with PvP seasons NOT patches

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26 minutes ago, DeathsDesign said:

I mean.... I'll just leave this here...

And also this from the Blizzard Blue post...

 

Normally a raid opens 2 weeks after the patch releases not a month+, that was the whole point of my comment. They dont even have the final boss in PTR yet so its way more than 2 weeks out. Also why would they drop the patch way earlier than they usually do? It wouldn't make sense, unless blizz thinks ppl are getting bored. Problem with that is the patch dropping early means its gonna be buggy on launch, just not enough time in PTR.

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27 minutes ago, music49 said:

You have to remember this is 7.3.2 and not 7.3.5 which is when presumably all the silithus content comes out which seems to be the last bit of legion until the next expansion, except pre launch patch maybe unless silithus is the pre-patch? Although Id' love a surprise here is a one boss raids with some cool mounts and transmog items for your guild to farm while we wait for the next expansion

As for the raid, they will release it when it is ready, usually aligned with PvP seasons NOT patches

Still this is almost a month ahead of schedule compared to previous patchs.

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Finally: 

On 20/10/2017 at 4:16 PM, Stan said:

A number of class set items from legacy content can now be sold to vendors.

Is very frustrating to need to destroy each item (and writing/copypaste "delete" every time) you loot from legacy raids.

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On 10/23/2017 at 5:25 PM, alleraz said:

Still this is almost a month ahead of schedule compared to previous patchs.

Looks like they've gone ahead of schedule with it! .2 is up now on live, so we'll see when raid releases.

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10 hours ago, Blainie said:

Looks like they've gone ahead of schedule with it! .2 is up now on live, so we'll see when raid releases.

Its such a small patch and almost meaningless (primal trader is the only notable thing). What happened to all the other PTR class changes? I know they where gonna be alot more class changes but it seems they may do that till the next raid patch.

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11 hours ago, alleraz said:

Its such a small patch and almost meaningless (primal trader is the only notable thing). What happened to all the other PTR class changes? I know they where gonna be alot more class changes but it seems they may do that till the next raid patch.

I remember reading somewhere that I think all but the smallest item changes and such are due to hit with Antorus, then be patched again for Mythic release AFAIK.

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