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Castle Nathria bosses will only offer 3 pieces of loot each on Mythic difficulty instead of the usual 5 in Shadowlands.

In yesterday's Wowhead interview with Ion Hazzikostas, we learned that Blizzard reduced the number of gear pieces per boss on Mythic difficulty by 2.

The change was probably made as part of Blizzard's ongoing effort to reduce the number of sources in the game that award loot. They already reduced the number of items you get from the end-of-run Mythic+ chests to 1.

Castle Nathria opens December 8 on Normal and Heroic difficulties. Mythic difficulty will go live a week after that on December 15.

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I think I would rather have a currency exchange program in place instead of a reduction of available items to be dropped in Raid and in Mythic +.  You go and do content and just go to a small selection of in Town vendors to select what you want with a weekly cap in place on said currency.  To me this new system is a smack in the face when it comes to gear a character and not in multiple for alts.  You put in the work of 4-7 hours per day of gearing and now you have to deal with a new RNG system into place.  I know people are just ecstatic and over the moon about this but I am not.  

Blizzard:  Here is a secondary prize of gold and pocket lint for the 15th time in a row that you attempted on this boss for said weapon or trinket.  Please try your luck again on the 50th attempt and we will reward you with the wrong piece of gear that you did not want to have to begin with.   

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15 minutes ago, Ragingwolf said:

Please try your luck again on the 50th attempt and we will reward you with the wrong piece of gear that you did not want to have to begin with. 

you forgot the part where you can't even trade it to someone who actually needs it because of itemlevel restrictions.

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