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This week's Beta Build 26567 added many Azerite traits to the game. Check them out!

Check out our Battle for Azeroth Expansion Hub for the latest news!

New Azerite Traits (Beta Build 26567)

Below is a list of all new Class-specific Azerite traits that have been added to the game in the latest Battle for Azeroth Beta build.

Hunter

Mage

  • Frost - Frostbolt Tier 1 [DNT]Frost - Frostbolt Tier 1 [DNT] - Frostbolt increases the damage the target takes from Frostbolt by 139, stacking up to 0 times. Casting Frostbolt at a different enemy resets this effect.
  • Trailing EmbersTrailing Embers - Pyroblast burns enemies between you and the target for 504 Fire damage over 6 sec.

Monk

Paladin

Priest

Rogue

  • Brigand's BlitzBrigand's Blitz - Adrenaline Rush increases your Haste by 93 every second for 10 sec seconds.
  • PerforatePerforate - Backstabbing an enemy from behind increases the damage of Backstab by 841 for 12 sec, stacking up to 3 times.
  • Scent of BloodScent of Blood - Rupture increases your Agility by 311 per combo point spent. You may gain this benefit for each enemy suffering from your Rupture.

Shaman

  • Tier 1 Bloodlust [DNT]Tier 1 Bloodlust [DNT] - When you cast Heroism, your Mastery increases by 3 every second, stacking up to 0 times.
  • Tier 1 Healing Rain [DNT]Tier 1 Healing Rain [DNT] - Your Healing Rain is 0 larger, and casting Healing Rain instantly restores 841 health to allies within its area.
  • Tier 1 Lightning [DNT]Tier 1 Lightning [DNT] - Lightning Bolt and Chain Lightning increase your Intellect by 841 per target hit for until cancelled.

Warlock

  • Crashing ChaosCrashing Chaos - Summoning your Infernal increases the damage of your next 3 Chaos Bolts by 841.
  • Tier 1 Demonic Core [DNT]Tier 1 Demonic Core [DNT] - [DNT] When you gain Demonic Core, the damage of Demonbolt is increased by 841 for until cancelled.

Warrior

  • Tier 1 Overpower [DNT]Tier 1 Overpower [DNT] - Overpower causes a shockwave that deals 841 Physical damage to enemies in a 10 yd line.
  • Tier 1 Recklessness [DNT]Tier 1 Recklessness [DNT] - When Recklessness expires, your Critical Strike is increased by 841 for until cancelled. Your auto attacks will refresh the duration of this effect.
  • Tier 1 Shield Slam [DNT]Tier 1 Shield Slam [DNT] - Using Shield Slam increases your Block by 841 for until cancelled. Multiple applications of this effect may overlap.

Full List of Azerite Traits

Below is a list of all Azerite traits that have been added to the game in previous Battle for Azeroth builds. It does not contain the latest traits listed above.

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Class-Specific Azerite Traits

Death Knight

Demon Hunter

Druid

Hunter

Mage

Monk

Paladin

Priest

Rogue

Shaman

Warlock

Warrior

Generic Azerite Traits

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3 hours ago, Perak said:

Should i take it as to having Atonement on 1264 players for my smite to do +1264 dmg? :)

AT LEAST. 1,263 isn't enough!

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1 hour ago, Blainie said:

AT LEAST. 1,263 isn't enough!

Look at it this way, if you have this trait avaible on all your items with traits (head, shoulder and chest) it will be 3x 1263dmg if you will have at least one atonement active :) (ofc in case that it's wrongly writen by developers and originaly it have to be "...Smite deals an additional 1264 damage if you have at least 1 Atonements active") :)

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On 10/05/2018 at 1:12 PM, Perak said:

Look at it this way, if you have this trait avaible on all your items with traits (head, shoulder and chest) it will be 3x 1263dmg if you will have at least one atonement active :) (ofc in case that it's wrongly writen by developers and originaly it have to be "...Smite deals an additional 1264 damage if you have at least 1 Atonements active") :)

I'm sticking with the original 1264 atonements and hoping for a new 1264 player raid tbh

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