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Patch 7.3.2 Hotfixes: December 5th

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A huge bunch of hotfixes today, with the already announced class and set bonus changes, with new Demon Hunter ones added, as well as some new PvP changes, more item tweaks (including big Convergence of FatesConvergence of Fates changes) and Antorus tuning!

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December 5

Classes

Dungeons and Raids

  • Antorus, the Burning Throne
    • Coven of Shivarra
      • Corrected an issue that caused the health of Torments to not properly scale with raid size.
    • Eonar the Life-Binder
      • Players who are disconnected during the Eonar encounter will have access to Surge of Life once they reconnect.
    • Argus the Unmaker
      • Cheat Death and similar effects will not reset their cooldowns when you die during the final phase of the Argus the Unmaker encounter.
      • Boss Health increased by 10% on Normal and Heroic difficulties
      • Soulbomb and Soulburst now deal periodic damage more rapidly
      • Edge of Obliteration damage increased by 50%
      • Constellar elemental vulnerabilities reduced from +200% to +100% damage taken

 

Items


Player versus Player

  • Priest
    • Shadow
      • PvP Template Intellect increased by 2%.
      • Mind BlastMind Blast damage increased by 5% in PvP situations.
      • Mind FlayMind Flay damage increased by 15% in PvP situations.
  • Warlock
    • Affliction
      • PvP Template Versatility increased by 25%.

Previous patch 7.3.2 hotfixes:

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I really do hope Argus is at least some bit of a challenge... they made Kil'jaeden way too hard to a point where they had to nerf him 20 times till he became do-able, and he is still a cruel fight. But seeing that Argus needs buffs? I really hope this is not Xavius all over again. The last boss of the expansion needs to be a challenge. Otherwise there is no fun in trying to kill it. 

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12 minutes ago, Maxkitty said:

I really do hope Argus is at least some bit of a challenge... they made Kil'jaeden way too hard to a point where they had to nerf him 20 times till he became do-able, and he is still a cruel fight. But seeing that Argus needs buffs? I really hope this is not Xavius all over again. The last boss of the expansion needs to be a challenge. Otherwise there is no fun in trying to kill it. 

the challenge to get there is big enough i think

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11 minutes ago, Sikolik said:

 

the challenge to get there is big enough i think

So you are in favour of another Xavius type scenario when the boss takes no more than 10 pulls to down on mythic? Quite the challenge.

I'm not cutting out the fact that the bosses before him might be a challenge. They should be. The Emerald Nightmare was similar. But in that raid, once you got past Cenarius, you basically completed the raid. Xavius was nothing but a joke. And that's the last thing I'd want in a raid like Antorus which I personally think is an exceptionally well made raid. 

Nobody is asking for a Kil'jaeden difficulty fight, nor a Xavius one either. And seeing that he needed buffs is worrisome to me.

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I'm sad they didn't fix sheath of asara to not pull anymore. I ended up selling it even though it was an upgrade because the uses were so few. it also doesn't even hit bosses like garothi obliterator at all. It would be nice to have a bigger hitbox on the swords as well, since they are hard to hit small enemies like nightborne with.

 

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