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Patch 8.0.1 Hotfixes: July 20th

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We have the trifecta of hotfixes in three days, with today's bringing even more class tweaks, the cap for gold transfers upped to 1 million gold, enemy HP significantly reduced in EN, ToV, Nighthold and ToS, as well as the now standard quest, profession and dungeon bug fixes.

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Classes

  • Monk
  • Paladin
    • Protection
      • Fixed a bug preventing the Light’s Vanguard Battleplate 4-piece bonus from activating and deactivating as intended.
      • Fixed an issue where ConsecrationConsecration occasionally failed to provide its self-buff.
  • Rogue
    • Assassination
      • Fixed a bug where BlindsideBlindside was not learnable until level 40.
  • Warlock

 

Character Services

  • Characters at level 110 and above may now move up to 1,000,000 gold when performing a Character Transfer.

 

Creatures and NPCs

  • Fixed a visual bug that caused some characters to lose the tops of their heads.

 

 Dungeons and Raids

  • The health and damage of all enemies in Emerald Nightmare, Trial of Valor, The Nighthold, and Tomb of Sargeras has been significantly reduced.
  • The experience awarded on completion of a random dungeon has been increased.
  • Antorus, the Burning Throne
    • Fixed a bug preventing Death's AdvanceDeath's Advance from functioning correctly in certain encounter situations, such as Aggramar’s Flame Rend.
  • Eye of Azshara
    • Damage dealt by Lightning Strike, Warlord Parjesh’s Crashing Wave, and Quicksand have been significantly reduced.
  • The Nexus
    • Chaotic Energy Bursts from Chaotic Rifts no longer inflict excessive damage.
  • Obsidian Sanctum
    • Sartharion’s Large Satchel of Spoils should again contain loot.
  • Return to Karazhan
    • Mana Confluences’ Ablative Shield should no longer absorb an excessive amount of damage.
  • Utgarde Keep
    • Dragonflayer Runecaster’s Bolthorn's Rune of Flame now deals less damage.

Items

  • Darkmoon Deck: PromisesDarkmoon Deck: Promises no longer reduces some non-mana resources.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented banners from granting expected honor, experience, and reputation bonuses.
  • Fishing ChairFishing Chair and Nat's Fishing ChairNat's Fishing Chair have been temporarily converted into objects that are not chairs, while a bug with their functionality is fixed. They will return to their former function in a future patch.

 

Player versus Player

  • Adjusted PvP scaling to reduce the difference in power and damage between players of different item levels at level 110.
  • Fixed a bug preventing some players from obtaining Honorable Medallion while PvP-enabled.

 

Professions

  • Fishing
    • Fixed a bug that caused the wrong sound when casting.

 

Quests

  • Fixed a bug with the reputation bonus on completion of "Death to Agogridon". If you previously completed the quest, speak to Karnum Marshweaver in Desolace to receive your reward.
  • The talking quest NPC should no longer appear for players who are nearby, but are not the Hunter on “Never Hunt Alone”.
  • Players should again be able to complete “All Charged Up”.
  • Fixed a bug with the conversation required for “Secrets of Wrymskull Uncovered”, allowing completion of “The Echo of Ymiron”.
  • Low-level players are now able to do appropriate damage to the  Devilsaur Queen during "The Ballad of Maximillian”.
  • Pitching In” can again be completed.

World

  • It is again possible to earn credit toward "Field PhotographerField Photographer" when using the S.E.L.F.I.E. cam anywhere within the Path of Uther.
  • Alliance characters can again complete "Uther's Blessing" by approaching Uther's statue.

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