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Dragonflight 10.0.0 Pre-Patch Hotfixes: November 1st

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The hotfixes for the Dragonflight pre-patch bring the massive class tuning this time around, as well as pet battle changes and plenty of Wrath Classic action as well!

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Classes

  • Death Knight
    • Fixed an issue where both charges of Death’s Grip could be accidentally used in quick succession when talented into Death’s Echo.
  • Demon Hunter
    • Havoc
      • Chaos Strike and Annihilation damage reduced by 5%.
      • First Blood damage bonus reduced to 75% of attack power (was 85%).
      • Inner Demon damage increased by 25%.
      • Fixed an issue that prevented Inner Demon damage from being increased by Havoc’s Mastery and Demon Soul effects.
  • Druid
    • Feral
      • Brutal Slash is now usable in Bear Form and replaces Swipe while in Bear Form. It does not generate combo points or cost energy while in Bear form.
  • Hunter
    • Beast Mastery
      • War Orders now grants Barbed Shot a 25/50% chance to reset the cooldown of Kill Command (was 50/100%)
      • Healing done to your pets from Mend Pet or Exhilaration no longer grants any healing to the Hunters from Leech.
    • Marksmanship
      • Corrected an issue where Chimaera Shot had two chances to trigger the Lethal Shots talent.
      • Aimed Shot damage reduced by 15%.
  • Mage
    • Fixed an issue with Summon Water Elemental where it was persisting in situations where it shouldn’t
  • Monk
    • Windwalker
      • Fists of Fury damage reduced by 20%.
      • Rising Sun Kick damage reduced by 20%.
      • Blackout Kick damage reduced by 10%.
      • Storm, Earth, and Fire damage transfer reduced by 6.66(repeating, of course)%.
      • Serenity causes the Monk to deal 15% increased damage (was 20%).
      • Invoke Xuen duration reduced to 20 seconds (was 24 seconds).
      • Shadowboxing Treads increases Blackout Kick damage by 10% (was 20%).
      • Teachings of the Monastery now causes Blackout Kick to have a 12% chance to reset the remaining cooldown on Rising Sun Kick (was 15%).
      • Fury of Xuen haste bonus has been reduced to 5% (was 8%).
      • Whirling Dragon Punch damage reduced by 10%.
      • Forbidden Technique now causes Touch of Death to deal 20% increased damage (was 40%) in addition to its current effects.
      • Rushing Jade Wind damage reduced by 10%.
      • Xuen’s Battlegear now causes Rising Sun Kick critical strikes to reduce the cooldown of Fists of Fury by 4 seconds (was 5) and when Fists of Fury ends, the critical strike chance of Rising Sun Kick is now increased by 40% (was 50%).
        • Developers’ note: Windwalker Monks are dealing too much damage across the board. As a result, we’ve reduced the damage of most Chi spenders (Spinning Crane Kick and the recently improved Strike of the Windlord being the notable exceptions), reduced the throughput of major cooldowns (Storm, Earth, and Fire, Serenity, and Invoke Xuen), and reduced the effect of some powerful talents with the goal of preserving build parity after these changes.
  • Paladin
    • Fixed an issue where the Hallowed Ground talent was incorrectly increasing all Holy damage dealt, rather than just the damage of Consecrate.
  • Priest
    • Crystalline Reflection reflects 6%/12% of damage absorbed (was 10%/20%).
    • Mindgames damage reduced by 25% for Shadow and Holy.
    • Mindgames damage reduced by 50% for Discipline.
    • Discipline
      • Power Word: Radiance applies Atonement at 50% duration (was 60%).
      • Power Word: Radiance healing increased by 30%.
      • Ultimate Radiance increases the healing of Power Word: Radiance by 100% (was 150%).
      • Evangelism cooldown increased to 3 minutes (was 1.5 minutes).
      • Light’s Wrath damage increased by 25%.
      • Light’s Wrath gains 6% damage per ally affected by Atonement (was 10%).
    • Holy
      • Renew healing reduced by 5%.
      • Prayer of Mending healing reduced by 5%.
      • Flash Heal healing reduced by 5%.
      • Heal healing reduced by 5%.
      • Prayer of Healing healing reduced by 5%.
      • Holy Word: Sanctify healing reduced by 5%.
      • Holy Word: Serenity healing reduced by 5%.
      • Circle of Healing healing reduced by 5%.
      • Cosmic Ripple healing reduced by 5%.
      • Divine Hymn healing reduced by 5%.
      • Divine Word: Sanctuary healing reduced by 5%.
      • Holy Word: Salvation healing reduced by 5%.
    • Shadow
      • Shadow Word: Pain damage increased by 10%.
      • Mind Blast damage increased by 10%.
      • Inescapable Torment damage increased by 10%.
      • Shadow Word: Death damage increased by 10%.
      • Vampiric Touch damage increased by 10%.
      • Mind Spike damage increased by 10%.
      • Mind Flay damage increased by 10%.
      • Devouring Plague damage increased by 10%.
      • Mind Sear damage increased by 10%.
      • Shadowy Apparition damage increased by 10%.
      • Void Torrent damage increased by 10%.
      • Shadow Crash damage increased by 10%.
      • Idol of N’zoth’s Echoing Void damage increased by 10%.
      • Idol of Yogg-Saron’s Thing from Beyond Void Spike damage increased by 10%.
      • Dark Void damage increased by 10%.
      • Unfurling Darkness damage increased by 10%.
      • Void Eruption damage increased by 10%.
      • Void Bolt damage increased by 10%.
      • Void Tendril’s Mind Flay damage increased by 10%.
      • Void Lasher’s Mind Sear damage increased by 10%.
  • Rogue
    • Ambush damage increased by 20%.
    • Rupture damage increased by 5%.
    • Assassination
      • Garrote damage increased by 5%.
      • Mutilate damage increased by 5%.
      • Deathmark damage increased by 15%.
      • Amplifying Poison - Envenom damage bonus increased to 35% (was 30%).
      • Scent of Blood maximum Agility bonus increased to 24% (was 15%).
    • Subtlety
      • Backstab damage increased by 5%.
      • Eviscerate damage increased by 5%.
      • Shadowstrike damage increased by 5%.
      • Gloomblade damage increased by 5%.
      • Secret Technique damage increased by 5%.
      • Deepening Shadows cooldown reduction per combo point spent increased to 0.7 seconds (was 0.6 seconds).
  • Shaman
    • Elemental
      • Lightning Bolt damage increased by 10%.
      • Chain Lightning damage increased by 10%.
      • Lava Burst damage increased by 18%.
      • Flame Shock damage increased by 10%.
      • Frost Shock damage increased by 10%.
      • Elemental Blast damage increased by 10%.
      • Lava Beam damage increased by 10%.
      • Earthquake damage increased by 10%.
      • Earth Shock damage increased by 10%.
      • Icefury damage increased by 10%.
      • Liquid Magma Totem damage increased by 10%.
      • Fire Blast damage increased by 10%.
      • Primal Fire Elemental’s Meteor damage increased by 10%.
      • Primal Fire Elemental’s Immolate damage increased by 10%.
    • Enhancement
      • All damage dealt reduced by 25%.
  • Warlock
    • Affliction
      • Fixed an issue where your Malefic Affliction would be removed if another Warlock applied Malefic Affliction.
      • Vile Taint now applies Curse of Exhaustion with a 6 second duration (was 12 seconds).
      • Sacrolash’s Dark Strike now extends Curses by 0.2/0.4 seconds (was 0.5/1.0 seconds).
    • Demonology
      • Implosion damage increased by 25%.
      • Bilescourge Bombers’ damage increased by 20%.
      • Hand of Gul’dan damage increased by 35%.
      • Guillotine’s Fel Explosion damage increased by 25%.
      • Guillotine’s Fel Explosion radius is now 8 yards (was 4 yards).
      • Vilefiend damage increased by 20%.
      • Grimoire: Felguard damage increased by 20%.
      • Annihilan Training now increases the damage of Felguard by 20% (was 10%).
      • Wild Imps now have a 15/30% chance to become an Imp Gang Boss (was 5/10%).
      • Imp Gang Bosses now deal 50% increased damage (was 20%).
      • Pit Lord (from Gul’dan’s Ambition) damage increased by 25%.
      • Demonic Tyrant’s Demonfire damage increased by 10%.
    • Destruction
      • Rolling Havoc now lasts 6 seconds (was 5 seconds).
      • Madness of the Azj’Aqir now lasts 5 seconds (was 4 seconds).

Pet Battles

  • Fixed an issue that could cause a miscalculation when leveling up a battle pet with Battle-Training Stones.

Wrath of the Lich King Classic

  • Art
    • Several ability's animations and visual effects should now be displaying correctly (i.e. Will to Survive and Divine Storm).
  • Character
    • The Tauren Endurance racial bonus now works as expected.
    • Fixed an issue where sometimes after a name change there are some areas in-game where the previous character name shows up.
  • Classes
    • Fixed an issue where Shamans could summon more than one elemental at a time.
  • Player versus Player
    • Losing a Random Battleground at max level will now correctly reward zero gold.
  • User Interface and Accessibility
    • Fixed an issue where some areas in the game would sometimes show your previous character name after a name change.

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26 minutes ago, Slyferrain said:

Who keeps referring to these hotfixes as under patch 10.0.2?

The Launcher clearly shows it as 10.0.0.

I mean it's obviously me since it's my article. But you are right, I'm not sure why I thought it was .2 (although I'm also not sure why it's not .1 since all pre-patches so far were afaik - maybe phase 2 will be .1). In any case fixed the title, thanks for the heads up!

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4 hours ago, Starym said:

I mean it's obviously me since it's my article. But you are right, I'm not sure why I thought it was .2 (although I'm also not sure why it's not .1 since all pre-patches so far were afaik - maybe phase 2 will be .1). In any case fixed the title, thanks for the heads up!

Maybe because of some addons, which are writen as 10.0.2 in some cases and i dont know why too 😄 (no wonder they show errors as they are from future patchs 😛 )

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The UI is still a hot mess. I'm running no addons except altoholic and the "modern" ui is showing combo points on targets I'm not even in combat with. I see like 2 mobs on the screen with greyed out combo points on them. I see the right 2 combo points lit up when I only have one combo point on my name plate. I see target frames flicker and disappear constantly. I see frames stacked on other frames like popococ action button instead of moving automatically like they used to.

What a rushed mess.

It's just bad and it's sad that this company would release it in this state.

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Kind of think that paladin fix should have stayed...? increasing your holy damage while in consecration seems...Fitting? idk i was hella excited to play Paladin but now my excitement has been waning recently, they must be doing some ungodly healing/DPS for all these nerfs almost every week that ive been seeing as of late.

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