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Patch 6.0.2 is now live on US and Oceanic Servers and will be live tomorrow on EU Servers! Blizzard has released their Suvival guide, MMO-Champion has an in-depth look at what has changed, and in addition to our our 6.0 Class Transition Guides we've updated our full class specialization guides for level 90 in 6.0.2.

Patch 6.0.2 is now live! Find out all the changes and improvements from Icy Veins and MMO-Champion!




Patch 6.0.2 - Survival Guide


Patch 6.0.2 is now live! Blizzard has released a Survival Guide on Youtube to help players with the transition.

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The Iron Horde invasion has begun. . . . Patch 6.0.2: The Iron Tide is now live, and this pre-expansion update introduces tons of new content and features to the game. To help you navigate the changes, we’ve put together a handy reference highlighting the key things you need to know—beginning with an informative new video by Community Manager Josh “Lore” Allen:

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MMO-Champion Patch 6.0.2 Coverage


MMO-Champion has comprehensive coverage of nearly every aspect that is changing in 6.0.2, including Character Models, Stat and Item Changes, Raid and Instance Changes, and more. Be sure to pay them a visit!



Icy Veins Class Specialization Guides at Level 90 for 6.0.2


Do you have an alt that you're looking to play more in Warlords? Want to have a full, top-to-bottom understanding of how your spec and class will play for now until the Warlords of Draenor launch on November 13th? Icy Veins is proud to announce that we have updated all of our full class specialization guides for level 90 in 6.0.2. Follow the link for the spec you wish to learn more about below:

Death Knight Level 90 Guides
Druid Level 90 Guides
Hunter Level 90 Guides
Mage Level 90 Guides
Monk Level 90 Guides
Paladin Level 90 Guides
Priest Level 90 Guides
Rogue Level 90 Guides
Shaman Level 90 Guide
Warlock Level 90 Guides
Warrior Level 90 Guides
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ok im not understanding this versatility and multistrike. what do they do? how do i get those on gear? and what does it to to help me out on my spec?

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ok im not understanding this versatility and multistrike. what do they do? how do i get those on gear? and what does it to to help me out on my spec?

Versatility is just a straight damage increase. Multistrike causes your attacks to have a chance to hit twice and it was nice interactions with some spec's passives. I think there are a few Multistrike trinkets in SoO, but that's all for now. We're going to have to wait for WoD to see more of these stats.

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You can get some items with those stats in UBRS as far as I know. :)

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Human racial also gives Versatility, and, both are present in the form of raid buffs -- 5% Multistrike and 3% Versatility.

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