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Shadowlands Alpha Build 34821: Class Changes

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We have plenty of Warlock and Warrior class changes that went live in this week's Shadowlands Alpha Build 34821!

Death Knight

  • Frost Fever Frost Fever is now available to all specializations, not just Frost.

Unholy

Talents

  • Unholy Pact Unholy Pact (level 100 talent) - Dark Transformation creates an unholy pact between you and your pet, igniting flaming chains that deal [ 10% 375% of Attack Power ] Shadow damage every over 15 sec to enemies between you for 15 sec and your pet.

Hunter

Marksmanship

Paladin

Priest 

Shaman

  • Chain Lightning Chain Lightning Each If Chain Lightning hits more than 1 target, each target hit by your Chain Lightning increases the damage of your next Crash Lightning by 20%.
  • Windfury Attack Windfury Attack - Imbue your main-hand weapon with the element of Wind for 30 min. Each hit main-hand attack has a 25% chance to trigger two extra attacks, dealing [ 10.8% of Attack Power ] Physical damage each.

Warlock

Affliction

  • Unstable Affliction Unstable Affliction - Afflicts the target with [ 120% 184% of Spell Power ] Shadow damage over 16 sec. If dispelled, deals [ 135% 207% of Spell Power ] damage to the dispeller and silences them for 4 sec. Limit 1.
  • Malefic Rapture Malefic Rapture - Your damaging periodic effects erupt on all targets within line of sight, causing [ bc100% of Spell Power ] Shadow damage per effect.

PvP Talents

  • Soulshatter Soulshatter (PvP talent) - Consumes all of your Corruption effects on the 5 nearest enemies within 40 yards, dealingup to 10% of their maximum health in Shadow damage. For each enemy hit by Soulshatter, you gain 10% Haste for 15 sec a Soul Shard.
  • Malignant Affliction <NYI> Malignant Affliction - New PvP talent added.
    • Unstable Affliction is no longer limited to 1 target, but deals 10% less damage. If your Unstable Affliction is dispelled, you instantly gain 15% Haste for 10 sec.

Demonology

  • Summon Demonic Tyrant Summon Demonic Tyrant now generates 5 Soul Shards.
  • Call Dreadstalkers Call Dreadstalkers (Rank 2) added.
    • Reduces the cast time of Call Dreadstalkers by 0.5 sec, and teaches your Dreadstalkers how to pursue targets faster.
  • Summon Demonic Tyrant Summon Demonic Tyrant (Rank 2) added.
    • Summoning your Demonic Tyrant instantly generates 5 Soul Shards.
  • Fel Firebolt Fel Firebolt (Rank 2) added.
    • Teaches your Wild Imps how to spend 20% less energy when casting Fel Firebolt.

Talents

  • Demonic Calling Demonic Calling (level 30 talent) - Shadow Bolt and Demonbolt have a 20% chance to make your next Call Dreadstalkers cost 1 2 less Soul Shards and have no cast time.
  • Power Siphon Power Siphon (level 30 talent) - Instantly sacrifice up to 2 Wild Imps to generate Imps, generating 2 charges of Demonic Core that cause Demonbolt to deal 30% additional damage.
  • Demonic Consumption Demonic Consumption (level 100 talent) -  Your Demonic Tyrant Demon Commander now destroys and absorbs the remaining power of all drains 15% of the life from your Wild Imps demon servants to empower himself.

Destruction

  • Rain of Fire Rain of Fire (Rank 2) added.
    • Rain of Fire deals 30% additional damage.
  • Summon Infernal Summon Infernal (Rank 2) added.
    • Your Infernal Awakening deals 150% additional damage on impact.
  • Havoc Havoc (Rank 2) added.
    • Havoc lasts 2 seconds longer.

Talents

  • Soul Fire Soul Fire (level 15 talent) - Burns the enemy's soul, dealing [ 100% 300% of Spell Power ] Fire damage. Cooldown is reduced by 2 sec for every Soul Shard you spend. Causes your next Incinerate to become instant. Generates 4 1 Soul Shard Fragments Shard. Cast time changed from 1.5 to 4 seconds. Cooldown increased from 20 to 60 seconds.
  • Internal Combustion Internal Combustion (level 30 talent) - Chaos Bolt consumes up to 5 7 sec of Immolate's damage over time effect on your target, instantly dealing that much damage.
  • Shadowburn Shadowburn (level 30 talent) - Blasts a target for [ 60% 130% of Spell Power ] Shadowflame damage, gaining 50% critical strike chance on low health targets. Restores 1 Soul Shard if the target dies within 5 seconds. Cost changed from 1% of Base Mana to 1 Soul Shard. Now has 1 charge (down from 2).
  • Cataclysm Cataclysm (level 60 talent) - Calls forth a cataclysm at the target location, dealing [ 200% 180% of Spell Power ] Shadowflame damage to all enemies within 8 yards and afflicting them with Immolate.
  • Roaring Blaze Roaring Blaze (level 90 talent) - Conflagrate burns increases your Fire damage to the target by 30% for an additional [ 48% of Spell Power ] Fire damage over 6 sec.
  • Grimoire of Supremacy named changed to Rain of Chaos Rain of Chaos (level 90 talent) - While you have an your initial Infernal is active, every Soul Shard you spend increases the damage of your Chaos Bolt by 8% has a 15% chance to summon an additional Infernal that lasts 10 sec.
  • Channel Demonfire Channel Demonfire (level 100 talent) - Launches 15 bolts of felfire over 3 sec at random targets afflicted by your Immolate within 40 yds. Each bolt deals [ 17.6% 19.36% of Spell Power ] Fire damage to the target and [ 7.7% of Spell Power ] Fire damage to nearby enemies.

Warrior

  • Execute Execute - Attempts to finish off a foe, causing up to [ 224% 268.8% of Attack Power ] Physical damage based on Rage spent. Only usable on enemies that have less than 20% health.
  • Ravager Ravager - Throws a whirling weapon at the target location that inflicts [ 296.8% chases nearby enemies, inflicting [ 254.4% of Attack Power ] Physical damage and applying Deep Wounds to up to 8 enemies within 8 yards over 7 12 sec.

Arms

  • Overpower Overpower - Overpower increases damage of your next Mortal Strike or Cleave by 20%.
  • Mastery: Deep Wounds Mastery: Deep Wounds
    • Normal: Mortal Strike and Bladestorm inflict Deep Wounds, dealing [ 60% of Attack Power ] Bleed damage over 12 sec and increasing the damage the enemy takes from you by 8.8%.
    • Cleave: Mortal Strike, Cleave, and Bladestorm inflict Deep Wounds, dealing [ 60% of Attack Power ] Bleed damage over 12 sec and increasing the damage the enemy takes from you by 8.8%.
    • Ravager: Mortal Strike and Ravager inflict Deep Wounds, dealing [ 60% of Attack Power ] Bleed damage over 12 sec and increasing the damage the enemy takes from you by 8.8%.
  • Mortal Strike Mortal Strike - A vicious strike that deals [ 127% 120% of Attack Power ] Physical damage and reduces the effectiveness of healing on the target by 25% for 10 sec.

Talents

  • Collateral Damage Collateral Damage removed and replaced with Collateral Damage Collateral Damage (level 75 talent).
    • When Sweeping Strikes ends, your next Whirlwind deals 25% increased damage for each ability used during Sweeping Strikes that damaged a second target.
  • Cleave Cleave (level 75 talent) - Strikes up to 5 enemies in front of you for [ 157% 70% of Attack Power ] Physical damage, inflicting Deep Wounds. Only usable after Whirlwind hits 3 or more targets. Cleave will consume your Overpower effect to deal increased damage. Cleave now replaces Sweeping Strikes and has a 6 sec cooldown.
  • Ravager Ravager - Throws a whirling weapon at the target location that inflicts [ 296.8% chases nearby enemies, inflicting [ 254.4% of Attack Power ] Physical damage and applying Deep Wounds to up to 8 enemies within 8 yards over 7 12 sec. Replaces Bladestorm. Cooldown decreased to 45 seconds (from 60 seconds).

Fury

  • Fury Warrior Fury Warrior (Aura) - Bladestorm - Increases damage/healing by 20%.
  • Titan's Grip Titan's Grip - Allows you to dual-wield a pair of two-handed weapons. Two-handed weapons deal more damage, and provide more Strength and Stamina, than one-handed weapons.
  • Bloodthirst Bloodthirst - Requires Two-Handed Melee Weapon.
  • Recklessness Recklessness - Now generates 40 Rage (down from 100).
  • Raging Blow Raging Blow - Requires Two-Handed Melee Weapon.
  • Single-Minded Fury Single-Minded Fury (passive) added. While dual-wielding a pair of one-handed weapons, your damage done is increased by 8% and your movement speed is increased by 5%.

Talents

  • Inner Rage Inner Rage (level 15 talent) removed.
  • Fresh Meat Fresh Meat is now a level 15 talent (was 45).
  • Onslaught Onslaught is now a level 45 talent (was 75). Generates 10 15 Rage.
  • Frothing Berserker Frothing Berserker (level 75 talent) When you reach 100 Rage you gain 10% Haste and Rampage has a 20% movement speed for 6 sec chance to immediately refund 40 Rage.
  • Fervor of Battle Fervor of Battle (level 75 talent) removed.
  • Seethe Seethe new level 75 talent added.
    • Bloodthirst generates 2 more Rage, or 4 more Rage when it critically strikes your primary target.
  • Cruelty Cruelty - While Enraged, Raging Blow deals 20% more damage and has a 30% chance to instantly reset its own cooldown.
  • Dragon Roar Dragon Roar (level 90 talent) - Roar explosively, dealing [ 170% of Attack Power ] Physical damage to all enemies within 12 yds and reducing their movement speed by 50% yds. Dragon Roar critically strikes for 6 sec 3 times normal damage. Cooldown changed from 35 to 30 seconds. 
  • Wrecking Ball Wrecking Ball (level 90 talent) removed.
  • Meat Cleaver Meat Cleaver (new level 90 talent) added.
    • Whirlwind deals 30% more damage and now affects your next 4 single-target melee attacks, instead of the next 2 attacks.
  • Reckless Abandon Reckless Abandon (level 100 talent) - Recklessness generates 100 20 more Rage and lasts 4 sec longer greatly empowers Bloodthirst and Raging Blow.

Protection

Talents

  • Crackling Thunder Crackling Thunder (level 60 talent) - Increases the radius of Thunder Clap Thunder Clap's radius is incrased by 50%, and it reduces movement speed by 50% an additional 10%.
  • Dragon Roar Dragon Roar (level 90 talent) - Roar explosively, dealing [ 170% of Attack Power ] Physical damage to all enemies within 12 yds and reducing their movement speed by 50% yds. Dragon Roar critically strikes for 6 sec 3 times normal damage. Cooldown changed from 35 to 30 seconds. 
  • Ravager Ravager (level 100 talent) - Throws a whirling weapon at the target location that inflicts [ 296.8% chases nearby enemies, inflicting [ 254.4% of Attack Power ] Physical damage to up to 8 enemies within 8 yards over 7 12 sec. Generates 10 Rage each time it deals damage. Cooldown changed from 60 to 45 seconds.

More Shadowlands Class Changes

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Rogue 9.0.1 Class Changes

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Demon Hunter 9.0.1 Class Changes

Monk 9.0.1 Class Changes

Shaman 9.0.1 Class Changes

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Druid 9.0.1 Class Changes

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Hunter 9.0.1 Class Changes

Priest 9.0.1 Class Changes

Warrior 9.0.1 Class Changes

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