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Hey everyone! Considering we're in the transition period between Mists of Pandaria and Warlords of Draenor, I was thinking that we could do some fun things in the Guild so everyone can get to know each other and have fun before WoD comes out! I compiled a list of things that we could do together and I'd like to get the communities feedback on whether or not these would be things that you'd like to participate in.
If there is something that is not included in this post that you would like to see us do, then let me know! I want these to be fun and something that you look forward to doing. Also, I'd like to know how often you'd like to do these kinds of things. Would you like to see one different event every week? Would you like to see two different things every week? One group screenshot contest a month? I can't wait to get your feedback and I'm really looking forward to some of these events. I mean, Naked Raid Night? Seriously...
Personal Achievement Hunting: Are you one of those people that enjoy collecting titles and showing off all that you've done in the World of Warcraft? Groups can go through content in the game to acquire previous achievements that they have missed or things that they never even knew existed!
Storming Goldshire: Obviously we love to annoy our rivals, so let's pick a day where we storm through Goldshire and see how long we can last!
TriviaBot: A fun night dedicated to seeing who the biggest WoW nerd of the group is by answering trivia questions.
Pet Battle Tournament
Mass Dailies: We'd party up and do Timeless Isle dailies or Shrine dailies together. Everything is more fun in a group, especially if you're farming frogs!
Transmog Runs: As a group, we can go through certain areas that drop gear necessary for certain peoples transmogrification sets.
Old School Content Runs
MoP Tier Runs: Came in during 5.4 and never got a chance to run Mogu'shan Vaults, Heart of Fear, Terrace of the Endless Spring, or even Throne of Thunder? Want to be (Your Name), the Delver of the Vaults or the Fearless? This is your chance! Being that most of us will out-gear these raids we can probably complete them in one night, so lets give it a shot!
Rare Pet/Mount/NPC Hunting
Hide and seek: An officer will hide in a certain area in Azeroth and clues will be given for their location. First person to find the officer will win something juicy...!
Transmog Contest: Do you have an awesome set of gear that looks totally bad ass or you just want to instill some envy in your fellow guild mates over what awesome stuff you have? This would be the best time to show it off!
Fashion show: Some of you all may have an... interesting... article of clothing (or lack there of) you'd like to share.
Group screenshot contest
PvP contest (best 2 out of 3 duel, winner moves up in bracket)
Naked Raid Nights: Enter Kara, AQ, Molten Core, etc with absolutely no gear besides a weapon. Whenever an item drops, everyone will roll on it then immediately equip said piece of gear if they win it. At the end of the run, whoever leaves with the most gear wins!
Level 1 races: A race course will be set up from one location to another. First person to cross the finish line using no mounts, forms, or flight paths wins.
Guild Darts: An officer will jump to their death from a high altitude location. All guild mates will follow the officer to their deaths and the person who's body is closest to the officer wins.
A portal into Warcraft history has ripped open, and the fifth World of Warcraft expansion has been revealed!Warlords of Draenor sends players to the savage world of Draenor—home of the mighty orcs and haven of the mystic draenei—to fight against and alongside legends from Warcraft’s brutal past.
Amid Draenor’s untamed jungles and battle-scarred plains, a merciless new Iron Horde has been forged from the mighty orc clans of old. To save their own world from impending invasion, Azeroth’s heroes will need to explore the far reaches of this unforgiving land, achieving new heights of power on their way to the new level cap of 100. To establish a foothold on Draenor, players will construct, command, and expand their ownGarrison, a customizable base of operations and refuge for the followers you recruit to your desperate cause. Warlords of Draenor also empowers players to instantly boost one character to level 90, making it so anyone can join the battle for Draenor alongside their friends.
For more information, check out the official press release, and visit the new Warlords of Draenor website for screenshots, details about the new features, concept art, the announcement trailer, a sneak peek at updated player character models, and more.
The following link has info on the new character models and more http://us.battle.net/wow/en/warlords-of-draenor/#characters
So that's what the next expansion has in store for us. But there are some upcoming gameplay changes that will definitely help low-level or more casual players find their footing and get through the game -- if that means you, read on for 7 things you'll want to know about the next expansion.
1. Catch up with your friends
When you buy Warlords of Draenor, you'll be able to pick a character to boost immediately to level 90. This could be any character: even a brand new one you create for the purpose. This means no matter where you are in the game right now, you'll be able to jump into new Draenor content and play with your friends as soon as you pick up the expansion. This is going to be a big help to players who have let their subscription lapse or just never got to level 90.
2. WoW's new social philosophy
In the systems panel at BlizzCon, Ghostcrawler talked about the "social philosophy" in Warlords of Draenor. Blizzard wants you to be able to play with your friends, because playing with friends tends to be what makes the game fun. So, for example, you'll get a valor bonus by queuing up with friends rather than just joining a random group, encouraging you to play with your friends (and make new ones). We don't know much more about this yet, but playing with people we know is definitely something we enjoy -- and it's good to know Blizzard means to make it easier -- and more rewarding -- to do.
3. Raiding made simpler
Even if you don't raid right now, changes to how raids work will make joining raids easier in the future. In Warlords, there will be four types of raids:
-Raid Finder: Today's LFR groups are basically the same as tomorrow's LFR groups, except the group sizes are now flexible. The Raid Finder will still aim to fill the group, but if a player or two drops as you go through the dungeon, the difficulty will scale down accordingly.
-Normal: Right now, we call these Flexible, but in the Warlords, they'll be Normal. These are flexible-sized raids that scale in difficulty based on your group size.
-Heroic: Today's Normal difficulty will be Heroic difficulty in Warlords, and will also scale in difficulty based on the size of your raid group.
-Mythic: The only fixed sized raid, Mythic raids will be the most difficult ones, requiring a set group of 20 players to accomplish them.
It's also going to be easier to find and join groups, because the in-game group finder is being expanded with functionality similar to the oQueue addon. And worth noting: except for Mythic, all of these will be cross-server from day one.
4. Your inventory will be easier to manage
Anyone who's been playing for long knows that juggling your inventory items can be a big problem as you collect things, but Warlords of Draenor is bringing a lot of little -- and helpful -- tweaks to make storing your stuff easier than ever.
-Quest items will no longer be stored in your bags -- instead they'll be shown in the Quest UI.
-You'll be able to sort your bags and designate bags for specific types of things to go into -- so you might have a bag for consumables.
-Many items will stack up to 100.
-You can craft using materials stored in your bank, without shuffling them into your inventory.
-Heirlooms and toys are now collections, which are stored like mounts and pets instead of taking up valuable inventory space. This also means your heirlooms and toys will be accessible account-wide.
5. Updated quest system
We admit, questing in World of Warcraft is already pretty easy -- but Warlords of Draenor will, as Blizzard says, "refine" the quest system. Here are some changes to expect:
-Major storylines will be highlighted in the quest tracker, so you don't miss them -- and they'll be marked on your map, too, so it's easy to find them.
-The quest interface will become even more user-friendly, making it easier to know where to go and what to do.
-Quests will be able to award bonus rare or even epic items.
6. Simplified stats and gear
If the stats system seemed to complicated to you, you're in luck, because Blizzard thought it was too complicated and has changed a lot of stats and gear in the game. Here's what's happening:
-Hit, expertise, dodge, parry, and reforging are all going away, so there are a lot of stats that you no longer have to worry about figuring out.
-The number of items you can enchant and socket with gems is being reduced, which means you'll no longer have to stress about getting all of your gear perfectly enchanted or gemmed.
-Useless gear drops will be a thing of the past, because primary stats on many types of gear will change based on your specialization. However, Jewelry, cloaks, trinkets, and weapons -- which can all be equipped by multiple classes -- will remain role-focused.
-There are some new tertiary stats that can randomly appear on gear as a bonus. Some of these seem very useful, like lifestealing on a weapon, or sturdiness to avoid durability loss on a weapon.
7. An adventure guide to help you along
Though Blizzard didn't give many details here, they mentioned Warlords will have an adventure guide to help players progress. It will help you figure out where to go to improve your gear or train your professions. It also has an AI that will learn from your behavior and, presumably, suggest things that mesh with how you like to play.
Excited about Warlords of Draenor yet? Unfortunately, we probably have a while to wait -- but Blizzard has hinted that they're hard at work on Warlords, so we may have less time to wait than we expect.
they hear us is all I want to hear from them. They know what we expect and this is a good thing for e-sports. I'm glad they are listening to the community and will be making great strides to keep the community happy.