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Returning items are highlighted in a separate section in the Trading Post UI in Patch 10.2.5.
Blizzard continues to refine the UI in WoW and Patch 10.2.5 is no different. The latest update includes a new section within the Trading Post UI that informs you about items that were previously on the Trading Post.
The latest Patch 10.2.5 PTR build adds a new Sylvanas quiver. Will the Banshee Queen return in Seeds of Renewal?
We haven't heard much of the Banshee Queen ever since the Shadowlands epilogue, but a new item surfaced on the 10.2.5 that mentions Sylvanas, specifically her quiver. We don't know at this time if Sylvanas will be part of the new Night Elf questline or Gilneas reclamation.
Here's the quiver icon.
And here's the quiver model, courtesy of keyboardturn.
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The latest 10.2.5 PTR build adds a home for Night Elves and one of the NPCs in Bel'ameth is a Night Elf Paladin!
While exploring the new Night Elf home in the latest 10.2.5 PTR build, MrGM stumbled upon Delas Moonfang. You might be asking, what's so special about this NPC? Here's the catch! Delas is a Night Elf Paladin. However, Delas isn't exactly new to the game. We saw her in Warlords of Draenor and Legion.
Although Blizzard hasn't introduced any new race/class combinations in Patch 10.2, this could be a hint of things to come. Could we see new combos in future updates like Patch 10.2.7 or the War Within pre-patch?
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Savage Blue Battle Turtle is a new mount added in this week's Patch 10.2.5 build!
A new mount has been added in Patch 10.2.5 Build 52330. Savage Blue Battle Turtle will be available in the Trading Post most likely in February since Patch 10.2.5 will hit live servers some time early next year and Trading Post rotation resets at the beginning of the month.
Blizzard have come in and explained how players will be getting the new legendary axe! There are changes from the Evoker legendary, with bad luck protection now dropping as an item from both Fyrakk on any difficulty and other bosses on Heroic and Mythic!
The quest for the axe itself drops on all difficulties (with increasing likelihood with each difficulty) after the reset the boss was killed in Mythic (already dropping in NA and after tomorrow's reset in EU). Check out the full details below.
Greetings heroes of the Dream!
While Mythic champions begin to harness the intense Shadowflame within Fyr’alath the Dream Render, we’d like to share some details on how other denizens of Azeroth may get their hands on this igneous item.
We have observed many thousands of Evokers swooping down into Aberrus to forge their new legacy and heard their triumphant roars echoing eternally upon acquiring Nasz’uro. We’ve also heard feedback about how this process felt for players and have made some adjustments for Fyr’alath’s acquisition with that in mind, in hopes of better aligning players’ chances and effort.
Fyr’alath can be obtained with any loot specialization for Death Knights, Paladins, and Warriors by defeating Fyrakk within the heart of Amirdrassil on all difficulties, which will be very rare on Raid Finder difficulty (when available) and significantly increases in drop rate with each difficulty. As with Nasz’uro, completion on higher difficulties will include your chances from all uncompleted lower difficulties that week–this also includes the cumulative increase in chances for future weeks.
The cumulative increase to your drop chances will now be available from all difficulties and will be directly represented by players receiving a Greater Ember of Fyr’alath when defeating Fyrakk. Additionally, defeating other encounters within Amirdrassil on Heroic or Mythic difficulty has a chance to award a Lesser Ember of Fyr’alath which will further attune you to the Shadowflame, increasing your cumulative chances on both difficulties. Beyond that, Fyr’alath will continue to drop as Group Loot from Fyrakk on Mythic difficulty at a greatly reduced chance.
We hope these adjustments allow this legendary to continue to serve as an aspirational goal for all players, while providing additional incentive and reward for those who wish to challenge themselves on higher difficulties.