With Warlords of Draenor complete and Legion releasing this summer, World of Warcraft players are either catching up on old goals or managing their garrisons. Garrisons, the polarizing feature added in the latest expansion, may give players a way to manage a small army in menial tasks but the rewards are pronounced if a garrison is set up correctly. Unfortunately, players will no longer be able to make gold through the use of their garrisons once Legion launches.
Right now, players can generate a fair amount of gold with one or many characters that utilize the garrison and its inn, for the Alliance, or tavern, for the Horde. Having this type of building unlocks profitable treasure missions if a certain achievement is earned on the account. After the initial investment of building a garrison to tier three and buying the plans for the building, players start to recoup some of their lost gold through the treasure missions. Not to mention, the inn or tavern also lets players recruit new garrison followers with a Treasure Hunter trait that increases the amount of gold offered from these missions.
Although the feature from Warlords of Draenor is blatantly tedious and often keeps players confined to their own personal instance, garrisons were definitely lucrative. After all, the gold cost to set up a maximum tier garrison was rather substantial for some players and the return from setting up a garrison was paramount to many. Not only could they get their investment back, but the gold offered from the garrison also made the system somewhat bearable if not mandatory for World of Warcraft players looking to earn some gold.
Activision Blizzard recently showed off on Twitch a dungeon run for Alpha of their new World of Warcraft expansion called ‘Legion’. Legion is the sixth expansion of the most popular MMORPG in North America and it will follow the footsteps of controversial expansion Warlords of Draenor.
According to Battle Net two teams of WOW streamers composed of top players and YouTubers ran two dungeons of the Legion Alpha. The dungeons were Maw of Souls and Halls of Valor. The official Warcraft Twitch channel has a recording of the February 11 exhibition Dungeon Race between Europe and North America. Europe is composed of Fat Boss TV’s Treckie, Bellular, Qelric, Loz, and Alex. While Towelliee, Killars, Monkioh, Tattva, and Tov of Line of Sight Gaming composed North America.
Towelliee of North America showcased the new Vengeance Demon Hunter. The Dungeon run is under the World of Warcraft Legion Alpha to help showcase the game itself and the skills of participants.
The streamers who raced through it during the live Twitch session showed the bosses and the tactics that can be used against them. The stream ended with the defeat of the tentacled female final boss. The team from Europe emerged as the victor with a time of 17:22:06.
The World of Warcraft Legion expansion is expected to come out on or before September 21st, 2016 and will cost $49.99. The expansion will include pre-purchase bonuses from level boosts to early access for new classes.
World of Warcraft: Legion, the upcoming expansion is currently in the alpha testing phase. New content is added to the alpha all the time for players to dive in and try out.
It’s called Maw of Souls, and it takes place on a massive ship that is navigating the Vyrkul afterlife. Players start on land before being transported to the hull of the Vyrkul ship known as the Naglfar. It’s filled with all the typical World of Warcraft goodness: there are numerous boss battles, plenty of trash mobs and loot to be had.
However, the final boss isn’t something you see every day. Once players reach the end, a massive kraken woman appears and starts destroying the ship with her tentacles. It’s a drawn-out fight and a hectic-looking one at that, but it sure does look cool.
Although the dungeon only went live on the game’s alpha build last night, more than a few players have already completed it and uploaded videos for all to see.
Of course, the entire dungeon is subject to change in the upcoming months as Blizzard prepares Legion for release. The expansion doesn’t yet have a release date, but it is expected to launch sometime in the summer of 2016.
FIFA 16 is lots of fun as you can learn to play in just a few games but taking a penalty, which looks easy, can be very difficult as it usually doesn’t go the way you want it to. You may take the worst shots, wasting a good opportunity. The majority are soft and to the middle, so many players just let the goalkeeper sit there for an instant save.
Penalties happen regularly in FIFA 16 as the referees don’t make the smartest decisions. We often see them call a foul when the team has the chance to keep moving the ball or a penalty when your opponent is barely touched. These happen a lot in Ultimate Team.
To take a decent kick, all you have to do is get some power in and keep the stick pressed to the side you want. Don’t keep it pressed throughout the kick as it will be a guaranteed miss. Just get some power while pressing the stick and let it go. You can also chip it for a beautiful score, but don’t try that on Ultimate Team unless you see your opponent moving the goalkeeper to the sides. And make sure you select the player with the best penalty stats.