Patch 6.2 featured new “World of Warcraft” gameplay updates including a new Kingdom.
Blizzard introduced a new series of seven different weekend Bonus Events as part of the “World of Warcraft” gameplay update. Two of these events feature Timewalking Dungeons: one in Outland dungeons for level 71 and higher characters and another in Northrend dungeons for level 81 and higher.
“When you Timewalk these dungeons, your character’s power and gear will be scaled down to a fraction of what they normally are, and as you may have never ventured into some (or any) of these dangerous places, it might be a good idea to prepare yourself now,” Blizzard wrote on the game’s blog.
Azjol-Nerub, an empire of great strength in Northrend, was overtaken by Scourge forces and is now occupied on two fronts. The Upper Kingdom houses undead nerubians which patrol their homeland, safeguarding eggs that will become the new generation of Scourge warriors.
On the other hand, faceless enemies stir in the depths of the Old Kingdom, Ahn’kahet. It is speculated that they are minions of an evil power lurking beneath Northrend. Players will need to destroy the undead nerubians and their eggs as well as eliminate these mysterious faceless enemies to reclaim the fallen empire.
There are five powerful bosses in Ahn’kahet. Elder Nadox was reanimated by the Lich King and will slaughter anyone who opposes the might of the Scourge. Prince Taldaram is one of darkfallen, great blood elf followers of Kael’thas’s who were slaughtered and raised into undeath.
Jedoga Shadowseeker is rumored to be one of the most fanatical adherents of the Twilight’s Hammer and has learned to use her shamanic powers to serve the Old Gods. Amanitar is a native beast of Ahn’kahet which was turned an unthinking, monstrous creature. Lastly, Herald Volazj is an ancient warrior roused to annihilate anyone who is foolish enough to threated the Old Gods.-Cheap wow gold online sale