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Don't Turn in Your World Quest Emissaries Until Reset

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It's a good idea to wait and turn your Emissary quests in after the latest content update goes live tomorrow, and here's why.

Artifact Knowledge Enabled Again

Artifact Knowledge catchup will be enabled again tomorrow and the amount of Artifact Power needed to level up your Heart of Azeroth Heart of Azeroth will gradually decrease starting the week of January 22.

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Talanji's Expedition Emissary rewards 1,000 Artifact Power. Tomorrow, the amount of XP needed to level up your Heart of Azeroth Heart of Azeroth will decrease, resulting in more Experience for the neckpiece.

Improved Emissary Rewards

Update: We received the same reward as yesterday, an ilvl 355 Azerite piece after reset.

Item level of Azerite gear rewards from Emissaries will be increased in Season 2. Hold off turning in the quest for a chance to receive Season 2 Azerite gear with the new outer ring.

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The Zandalari Empire Emissary rewards an Azerite Armor Cache today on US realms. Tomorrow, Azerite gear acquired from Emissary World Quests will have an increased item level and you will have a chance to receive new Azerite gear with the new outer ring, so don't turn the quest in just yet!

If you're playing in the EU region, you should hold off turning in your World Quest Emissaries until Wednesday, unless they reward Gold.

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46 minutes ago, Dejo93 said:

Is it worth doing a M+ on Tuesday? Asking cuz of the items and the Titan Residium

Mythic+ rewards are capped at ilvl 385 until Mythic Battle of Dazar'alor opens. If you complete a Mythic 10 run the week of January 29, however, rewards from Grand Challenger's Bounty will scale up to 410 the following week.

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  • Mythic Keystones will go down by an additional 3 levels when the season transition occurs, to account for this difficulty increase. So if you do an 11 this coming week, instead of getting a Level 10 keystone when Season 2 starts, expect a 7.
  • Mythic+ rewards will also go up by 30 item levels; however, during the first week of Season 2, rewards from end-of-run chests will be capped at Mythic 6 quality (item level 385), and the chest you open next week will contain Season 1 rewards if you do a Mythic+ run this week. (So, for example, if you do a Mythic 10 during the final week of Season 1, you’ll get a Season 1 item level 385 piece and 60 Residuum from your first Season 2 chest.)
  • The weekly cache that becomes available in the second week of the season will not be affected by this cap, so if a player does a Mythic 10 dungeon during the first week, they will get a Mythic 10 reward (item level 410+) from their cache the following week.

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"....during the first week of Season 2, rewards from end-of-run chests will be capped at Mythic 6 quality (item level 385)"

Does that mean if you do a m+ above 6 you will get a 385 ilvl piece and it still can titanforge to 400 for example?

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