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A new Warcraft Rumble crossover event is now live in World of Warcraft, bringing 7 new toys for everyone to collect! Check out the official preview for more details!
People can't get enough of this mysterious new machine that leaves joyful chaos in its wake. Warcraft Rumble machines beckon eager collectors to expand their growing toy collections.
World of Warcraft* zones and cities of Azeroth will come alive with miniature-sized adventure when Warcraft Rumble Machines pop onto the scene, offering a fantastic way to collect your own Warcraft Rumble Miniatures in Dragonflight.
Dive into joyful chaos when you expand your growing toy collection!
Keep an eye on your in-game mail. When the Warcraft Rumble Machines become available, everyone will get an in-game note telling you to seek out Mizzen, the Warcraft Rumble quest giver. Players level 60 and under will be directed to Orgrimmar or Stormwind, and players level 60 plus will head to Valdrakken.
Rumble Coins and Foils
Can't wait to get your Minis? Well, rummage around for a coin to nab 'em. Each collectible Mini, seven in total, costs one Rumble Coin. Coins are hidden in parts of the Dragon Isles, Orgrimmar, Stormwind, and Valdrakken. Once you find a Coin, take it to a Warcraft Rumble Machine, drop it in, and get your adorable-sized Warcraft Rumble Miniature to add to your in-game toy collection. Fun fact: You can't get the same Mini twice; also, they're non-tradable.
All seven Minis are customizable with two additional appearances using Rumble Foil for a total of fourteen available looks. To get the Foils, all you have to do is look around. Fourteen Foils are carefully hidden through the four major zones in the Dragon Isles—The Waking Shores, The Azure Span, Ohn'ahran Plains, and Thaldraszus, and capital cities—Orgrimmar, Stormwind, and Valdrakken. So, keep your eyes peeled!
With the arrival of the Warcraft Rumble Machines, you can get a whole new slew of Achievements as you're on the hunt to build your collection. Here are the many that you can earn:
Warcraft Rumble Minis, Get 'em All!: Collect seven Minis Warcraft Rumble Minis, New Looks!: Upgrade all seven Minis once Warcraft Rumble Minis, All the Looks!: Upgrade all seven Minis twice Warcraft Rumble Minis, Maiev's** New Look: Upgrade Maiev once Warcraft Rumble Minis, Sneed's New Look: Upgrade Sneed once Warcraft Rumble Minis, Huntress's New Look: Upgrade Night Elf Huntress once Warcraft Rumble Minis, Stonehoof Tauren's New Look: Upgrade Stonehoof Tauren once Warcraft Rumble Minis, Ghoul's New Look: Upgrade Undead Ghoul once Warcraft Rumble Minis, Murloc's** New Look: Upgrade Murloc once Warcraft Rumble Minis, Whelp Egg's New Look: Upgrade Whelp Egg once Warcraft Rumble Minis, Maiev's** Newer Look: Upgrade Maiev twice Warcraft Rumble Minis, Sneed's Newer Look: Upgrade Sneed twice Warcraft Rumble Minis, Huntress's Newer Look: Upgrade Night Elf Huntress twice Warcraft Rumble Minis, Stonehoof Tauren's Newer Look: Upgrade Stonhoof Tauren twice Warcraft Rumble Minis, Ghoul's Newer Look: Upgrade Undead Ghoul twice Warcraft Rumble Minis, Murloc's** Newer Look: Upgrade Murloc twice Warcraft Rumble Minis, Whelp Egg's Newer Look: Upgrade Whelp Egg twice To the Victor, Go the Foils!
The land is filled with foils to find, but you'll need to scour around to collect them all. During your travels, look high and low, or you'll miss cute, fiery Whelp Eggs that are fixed on roasting unsuspecting foes, or a crew of Murloc Spearthrowers** mrrrgllgrrgling about their treasure...or something like that. Here are a few Rumble Foils you can look forward to making part of your collection:
*Not available in Classic or Era titles.
Log in, find Rumble Coins and Foils, and unleash some chaotically good fun in Azeroth!
Blizzard today revealed a new baby pit lord pet that you can adopt in World of Warcraft!
The pet costs 10 EUR/USD. Lil'Maggz will be available for purchase until October 31, 2023. The pet will arrive in a future rotation of the Trading Post, but no sooner than 3 months after it leaves the shop.
What’s more adorable than a Pit Lord? A baby Pit Lord! Take this adorable prince of Outland everywhere you go when you adopt him from the Battle.net Shop—now available for a limited time*.
Don’t let the dangerous reputation of his elder annihilan counterpart fool you – there’s no pet more loyal and loveable than this baby pit lord...so long as you have treats ready.
Adopt Lil’Maggz** now!
* Lil’ Maggz leaves the Battle.net Shop indefinitely on October 31 and will arrive in a future rotation of the Trading Post, but no sooner than three months after the pet leaves the Shop.
**Lil’ Maggz pet and the Trading Post feature are not available in WoW Classic titles.
Throne of the Tides will be added to the Mythic+ rotation in Dragonflight Season 3. The dungeon has been reworked in Patch 10.2 and we look at all the changes in our latest post.
Throne of the Tides Changes in Patch 10.2
The jelly fish elevator boss has been removed and replaced with a bubble that you click to reach the upper floor. Instead of just taking a portal after the second boss to reach the bottom floor, you must now pass a new gauntlet. Trash spawns have been reworked and updated. All bosses have been updated with new animations to bring them on par with current Mythic+ bosses. You can no longer skip the mind-control boss. Video courtesy of StankieGaming.
We have a combo of retail, Classic Era and Wrath Classic hotfixes to take a look at today.
October 2 (Source)
Enemies and NPCs
A number of creatures on Mechagon Island have been scaled down so that they are no longer lethal to lower-level players. Bragdur Battlebrew again offers the Horde version of “Brew of the Month” Club Membership Form, as intended. Lord Andestrasz has been found in Waking Shores, and should no longer be invisible to some players. WoW Classic
Hardcore On Hardcore realms, mind control spells can not be used during normal duels. Developers’ notes: There should be no change to duels on non-Hardcore realms, and this should not prevent players from using mind control spells during Mak’gora duels to the death. Added an identifier that will show you the player class and level on hover-over, when challenged to a duel to the death. Wrath Classic Fixed a bug that caused the Joyous Journeys bonus to unintentionally disappear.
Some more goodies arrive for plate wearers in Guardians of the Dream! We're taking a look at Errant Crusader's Helm versions, new cosmetics coming to the Trading Post in the upcoming patch. There's four versions of the impressive head gear, so let's take a look!
And here they all are together, as first spotted by Ellie: