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We've seen the one-shots, cheeses and many more videos that make Torghast look easy and specs OP, blasting through with ease, but this time we have a really horror movie style experience, with a lot of tension and possibly the best chase in WoW history?
NeoCrown and his group were enjoying the tower a LITTLE too much and went slow with their exploration, causing the Tarrague to appear and push them to go faster. The problem is, they didn't really have anywhere to go, resulting in the most tense end-boss fight ever. You'll want to turn the audio on for this one!
Well, the nefarious endgame goal of the level squish has finally arrived. We've seen signs of it in the past, from it making players level down, to squished players not being able to equip any of their old gear and much more, but today we see what it was all leading to.
Mona_Cthulhu has stumbled upon this, with a very appropriate name, as it may indeed be the old ones behind all this, as a simple Skyhold Claymore revealed the squishes true purpose:
This is a warning to all of us out here, thinking we've lost all there was to lose when we went from 120 to 50, and then regained some of that gap with Shadowlands' 60, but the pre-patch nemesis is back and it's coming for ALL our levels, even the very first. There's simply no other way to interpret this, at some point in the future there will either be a new level squish that puts us at level 0... or maybe, just maybe, this is one of those weird one-off glitches that goes away with a relog or similar. Or is that EXACTLY what the squish WANTS us to think!??!
The delay brothers are back and fused! We finally got Shadowlands, but the other side of this particular coin is still waiting for the now thrice-delayed Cyberpunk 2077.
The incredible Duren is back, this time with a full-length trailer for the Cyberpunk/WoW crossover machinima! In full WoW-style, the trailer features Mechagon City, with Gallywix, Garrosh, (and a weird Genn/Nathanos pairing), possibly Sylvanas, some very Cyberpunk-looking, and some just their regular selves. There's even some eredar, and a whoole lot of gnomish and goblin rides!
And here's the original Cyberpunk 2077 trailer this is based on:
Players have discovered the source of Chewed Reins of the Callow Flayedwing!
Certain mobs in Maldraxxus have a small chance to drop Blight-Touched Egg, and the best spot for farming is at around 57, 71. It drops from Ravenous/Diseased Galescreamers roaming the area.
We are not sure at this time if the drop chance is 100% or if it works like Reins of the Green Proto-Drake, but many players are reporting they received the mount after the egg hatched. Here's how the chimaera looks like.
Source: Wowhead Comments
You can mount up every time for 1 minute after leaving Ve'nari's Refuge in the Maw.
You know how bad moving around in the Maw can get if you are not a Worgen or don't have any mounts that you can use in the zone, so here's a little tip to help you out complete achievements like Explore The Maw.
If you turn left after leaving Ve'nari's Refuge in the Maw, you will see a Bridled Chainhound that you can mount for 1 minute.
The mount is located at 44, 45 in the Maw. Here's a screenshot with the map and coords.
Click on the Bridled Shadehound to receive the Stolen Shadehound buff that has a 1-minute duration.
Alternatively, you can kill mounted enemies along the way that will spawn similar mounts when defeated.
Post inspired by Deadalicious.