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Darkmoon Faire Roller Coaster in Patch 8.1.5

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Blizzard at last year's BlizzCon confirmed the addition of a roller coaster to the Darkmoon Island and in this article, we're looking at it in more detail.

Darkmoon Faire will receive a new roller coaster in Patch 8.1.5. You can ride it to increase your Experience and Reputation gains by 10% for 1 hour when the event is up. The WHEE! WHEE! buff has been updated to reflect this change.

Mae Ti is a new Pandaren NPC who sells Ride Ticket Book Ride Ticket Books for just one gold. It contains 5 Darkmoon Ride Ticket Darkmoon Ride Tickets, allowing you to ride the roller coaster 5 times.

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Here are more screenshots of the roller coaster taken during the ride.

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And people say that Blizz isn't trying to right the wrongs of BFA. I'm sure that this will be what brings the expansion back to life... one week a month! Or am I thinking of 9.0.... hmm.

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Really? 

All it took was a couple guys a few days to design it, and redesign the terrain to fit.  It does nothing new.

DMF hadnt seen an update in... how long?? 

Im not going to complain about something that probably took near-zero effort away from the BFA issues and added more to an old yet recurring portion of the game.

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12 minutes ago, PatrickHenry said:

Really? 

All it took was a couple guys a few days to design it, and redesign the terrain to fit.  It does nothing new.

DMF hadnt seen an update in... how long?? 

Im not going to complain about something that probably took near-zero effort away from the BFA issues and added more to an old yet recurring portion of the game.

.5 patches have been about these small things like new micro-holidays and Brawler’s Guild since Legion. They’re fixing the Azerite system with a new outer ring that will be available on gear when the raid opens and more substantial changes are slated for 8.2.

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