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Blizzard have announced that thy will be changing the way Bind on Equip items work in Mythic difficulty in the first few weeks of Dragonflight Season 1.
When the Vault of the Incarnates raid opens next week, enemies inside will occasionally drop Bind-on-Equip loot, as in previous raids. For early Season 1 play, we’re putting a restriction on BoEs that drop in Mythic difficulty.
For the first few weeks of Dragonflight Season 1, items that would have been Bind-on-Equip in lower difficulties will drop as Bind-on-Pickup items in Mythic difficulty. One of our goals with rewards has always been to primarily make the best loot in the game come through gameplay, rather than spending gold. Bind-on-Equip items from raids have long been exceptions to that, but they provide something unique to raiders: when raid groups don’t need the BoEs for progression anymore, they can be sold to fund consumables and repairs. In Dragonflight Season 1, Mythic difficulty is opening at the same time as other difficulties, a full week before players will have even opened the Vault for the first time, and Mythic BoEs represent more of a power increase than we wish to see available for gold.
Once a few weeks have passed, we’ll revise the items to drop as BoEs in Mythic difficulty. Please note that the second adjustment will not change already-acquired soulbound gear back into Bind-on-Equip. After that time, only new drops will be BoEs.
We’ll see you in Vault of the Incarnates next week!
The Chromie quest that has us falling through time eventually leads to the Black Empire days, and Senpai The Explorer stuck around a little longer in there to explore the zone!
While there's not that much to see in the extra exploration part, it's still one of the more interesting zones in WoW so it's definitely worth at least a skim through, and we can all take bets on whether Ragnaros of Mythrax wins that particular fight.
And if you prefer a shorter, image-based look, here's joey_crackpot to oblige:
Here's a really fast one, as Dragonflight brought a very helpful tool with it that helps fight, well, bugs in object placement, basically.
As spotted by think_brainblast, the interact key can actually be used to get at objects that are stuck in the scenery and are difficult or even impossible to get to, like ore or treasures. Keep in mind that the key orients itself based on camera position, not character position.
The other very useful function we've already covered is for fishing, as you can use the interact key to do it entirely without a mouse! And, of course, there's the basic and intended use for the key, as it lets you interact with quest givers, NPCs... well, everything really. Definitely give it a try if you haven't, as it's one of the most useful things added to WoW in quite a while.
Torghast doesn't scale to Level 70, which means it's easier now than ever to earn Tower Ranger and Flawless Master (Layer 16) achievements and the various rewards they offer.
If you returned to the game in Dragonflight but skipped Shadowlands, you should definitely clear Torghast.
The mobs in Torghast do not scale to Level 70, so getting the achievements won't take up much your time. You can add multiple rewards including titles, a battle pet, and mounts to your collection, which is useful if you're working on Thanks for the Carry!.
Tower Ranger rewards the "Tower Ranger" title. Flawless Master (Layer 16) rewards Sturdy Gilded Mawrat Harness. Twisting Corridors: Layer 8 rewards Corridor Creeper. The Jailer's Gauntlet: Layer 4 rewards Sturdy Soulsteel Mawrat Harness.
Players on live servers have noticed progress from the Aiding the Accord weekly quest carries over from the previous week if you haven't finished it.
The weekly quest "Aiding the Accord" requires you to collect 4,000 reputation with any of the four major faction in exchange for 500 reputation, 5 Primal Chaos, a piece of gear (not guaranteed), and 250 Dragon Isles Supplies. However, if you have not finished it last week, do not fret about it!
All progress from the previous week will carry over if you haven't finished it.
The quest is picked up in Valdrakken, see map below for more details.