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Blazing Drake, Experiment 12-B, Lifebinder's Handmaiden, Flametalon of Alysrazor, and Infinite Timereaver all have a chance to drop from this week's Cataclysm Timewalking Cache!
UPDATE: The cache isn't limited to Experiment 12-B as previously reported in this post. Thanls to @Cheatcho for clarifying.
Multiple Cataclysm mounts have a chance to drop from this week's Timewalking Cache!
So far, we've seen Ashes of Al'ar drop from the Burning Crusade Timewalking Cache, Invincible from the Wrath Cache, and now, Experiment 12-B has dropped from the Firelands Cache during Cataclysm Timewalking!
In addition to Experiment 12-B, we've seen reports of Blazing Drake, Lifebinder's Handmaiden, Flametalon of Alysrazor, and Infinite Timereaver found inside the cache.
The mount has an extremely low chance to drop from Ultraxion in Dragon Soul.
We may have gotten a big hint at what the next WoW expansion could be. Redditor Wiraneusz came across some achievements that include cross-promotion items for Warcraft Rumble, but also possibly the next expansion's Heroic edition mount!
The "Heroic Edition: Algarian Stormrider" achievement is the big one from the list below, as it matches up with previous Heroic edition achievement names and is found int he same "promotions" section as the others. Wowhead's dataminers also confirmed the existence of these achievements, or at leas their names, as they are still encrypted.
There are also the three "Storm Rider" medals, possibly related to new Dragonriding-type races in the new expansion.
So what does this mean, what exactly is an Alarian Stormrider? Well, one of the commenters on the reddit thread pointed out a potential connection with dwarves/the earthen. Jump9575 remembered a new piece of Titan Watcher text from the Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr dungeon added in Dragonflight. The text talks about the earthen and their transformation via the Curse of Flesh, and specifically mentions "Khaz Algar" as one of the locations a sub-species of earthen (which also showed signs of the Curse of Flesh) went to. You can check out the full text here.
Considering the above and the "Stormrider" part the header image takes on a whole new meaning now. So, will we be seeing some (possibly Wildhammer-related) earthen/dwarves in Khaz Algar in 11.0? Or does the Algarian Stormrider have nothing to do with the place mentioned in Uldaman? How about a gryphon mount for the Heroic edition?
Here's the original reddit post:
We also very recently speculated about the Naga Terrarium back item and its relation to 11.0, so could both these things come together in a naga/dwarf expansion?
There's a very interesting item datamined on the patch 10.2 PTR and, combined with one other hint, might be pointing to 11.0.
The "Naga Terrarium", which is pretty clearly actually an aquarium, is a backpack-type (presumably) cosmetic item. It's extremely unique and we haven't seen anything quite like it yet. Let's take a look first and then continue speculating.
And here it is in action, with some really nice animations:
So, the theme doesn't quite match with the Emerald Dream and it doesn't really feel like it would come from any of the usual sources, even the Trading Post. One of the potential things it could come from is the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket (now renamed the "BlizzCon Collection", since all the streams will be free). Another is as a reward for a potential deluxe edition of 11.0. We've seen future expansions hinted at by datamined items before, specifically with Dragonflight and its deluxe edition's Emerald Drake mount. And if you're thinking it's way too early for something like that and 11.0 now, well, the Dragonflight mount was datamined during the patch 9.1.5 PTR.
Another thing hinting at a possible naga-themed 11.0 is the recent Dawn of the Infinite cinematic we recently took a look at, as the silhouette in the portal may just be Azshara herself!
While some have speculated that the figure is Xal'atath, the sentient entity from the Priest Artifact, Xal'atath, Blade of the Black Empire, the naga queen might be a better fit. The last time we actually saw her, she was literally going into a Void portal, very much like the one Iridikron went into above, while talking about basically going after the power of the Void Lords.
All of this is highly speculative, of course, but such a unique back item could be pretty significant. DO you think this may be a hint at 11.0 or am I overthinking things?
BlizzCon will see some of the top guilds going at it in three different competitions! We'll be seeing Arena, Mythic+ and a mysterious third event (which seems very likely to be an Amirdrassil race or similar). Competing will be Echo, Golden Guardians, Liquid and Method.
Guild Clash (Source)
Greetings, Blizzard fans and esports enthusiasts! Get ready to mark your calendars and clear your schedules for the newest event at this year's BlizzCon - the World of Warcraft Guild Clash! Guild Clash is an all-day, three-event tournament featuring four of the most formidable guilds from World of Warcraft. Prepare for an action-packed, adrenaline-fueled day filled with epic battles, camaraderie, and unforgettable moments. Guild Clash starts Saturday, November 4, 2023 starting when BlizzCon doors open at the Anaheim Convention Center.
BlizzCon Guild Clash Format
Event 1: 3v3 Arena PVP
The 4 Guilds PvP rosters will enter the gates of the arena, but only one can emerge victorious! For this event, each guild will field their roster of gladiators to face-off in a single-elimination bracket. Matches will be best-of-five, with a team knocked out each round.
Event 2: 5v5 Mythic Dungeon Races
This will be the first time seeing the latest Dragonflight Season 3 Dungeons live on broadcast. In this event, four teams will race in an MDI-style head-to-head single-elimination format to determine which team has the most determined dungeoneers!
Event 3: New Content Showcase
Watch this space for more information on a 3rd event showcase to wrap the show!
We’re thrilled to share that a third wave of ticket sales for BlizzCon will take place today, Friday, September 29 at 12pm PDT. For a glimpse into some of the events and programming you can expect in person, and to find out how to get tickets, click here.
Meet the Competitors
Each of the 4 represented Guilds are bringing a stacked PvP & PvE roster to compete in the matches.
For the first time, Guild Clash will be available both live from BlizzCon and on the Warcraft Twitch & YouTube Channels, with the players also live streaming their own perspectives from Streaming Stations in the WoW hall at BlizzCon.
All Echo Golden Guardians Liquid Method
More information about Guild Clash & BlizzCon will become available in the weeks leading up to the event. Make sure to follow WoW Esports on Twitter for the latest updates.
In Guardians of the Dream, you can buy account-wide reputation tokens for alts!
Each token costs 150 Flightstones and increases your reputation by 50. This catch-up does not include the newly-added Dream Wardens 10.2 faction!
For example, Valdrakken Accord Insignia can be purchased from Unatos in Valdrakken.