Jump to content

AD BLOCKER DETECTED! Parts of site failed to load... Please disable your ad-blocker or white-list our website. It blocks more than ads and causes parts of the site to not work. Thank you!


    Patch 8.1.5 Hotfixes - Week of April 23, Upcoming Patch 8.2 PTR Class Changes

    Curse
    By Curse,
    Patch 8.1.5 Hotfixes - Week of April 23
    Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
    The changes below will be going live this week.

    Classes
    DoT specs are often in the "normal" damage range for single-target fights and can be significantly above "normal" for multi-target fights. Please note that the goal here isn’t to just counter-tune specs in each bit of new content as we believe specs that work well in an encounter should continue to do so.

    Regarding this specific Shadow Priest change, their multi-target performance was beyond our tuning targets and so we simply want to bring them back into range while minimizing the impact to their single-target performance.

    ipriests.gif Priest (Forums / Skills / Talent Calculator)
    • Shadow
    • Auspicious Spirits damage reduced to 70% (was 100%).

    Developers’ notes: The damage reduction to this talent is meant to curb the synergy of Insanity and Shadowy Apparition generation when combined with some Azerite traits, while still leaving it as a fun and interesting combo.

    Player versus Player

    Upcoming Patch 8.2 PTR Class Changes
    Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
    We have a few more class changes coming to the Rise of Azshara PTR. We made the initial changes and the following will be active on the PTR soon.

    idemonhunters.gif Demon Hunter (Forums / Skills / Talent Calculator)

    Vengeance
    • Metamorphosis
      • Health bonus 50% (from 30%)
      • Now causes Shear to generate 20 additional Pain and 1 additional Lesser Soul Fragment (was: generates 7 Pain per second).
        • Developers’ Note: This significantly increases the self-healing potential of Metamorphosis, as well as the health buffer, making it a more reliable major cooldown against all types of damage.

    idruids.gif Druid (Forums / Skills / Talent Calculator)

    Guardian
    • Frenzied Regeneration (Rank 3) is learned at level 85:
      • Frenzied Regeneration spends up to 30 additional Rage to immediately heal you for up to 18% additional health.
        • Note: This spell is affected by Guardian of Elune, but not affected by mastery.

    ideathknights.gif Death Knight (Forums / Skills / Talent Calculator)

    Frost
    • Runic Empowerment has a 2.0% chance to proc per Runic Power spent (from 1.5%)
    • Frost Fever’s chance to generate Runic Power increased to 30%
      • Chance now diminishes on targets beyond the first
    • Breath of Sindragosa now has double the usual chance to proc Runic Empowerment
    • Breath of Sindragosa costs 18 Runic Power/sec (from 15)
      • Developers’ Note: Frost was starved of resources too often, especially when using Breath of Sindragosa. This increases Frosts’s Rune income baseline and includes a further change that returns many extra Runes while using Breath of Sindragosa. Breath builds will now be able to fill more global cooldowns with casts of Obliterate, to make up for the lost Frost Strikes. The cost of Breath itself is increased to keep its overall duration roughly unchanged.

    View the full article


    Minecraft Partner Program Creates Breath Of The Wild's Hyrule Castle

    GameInformer
    By GameInformer,
    minecraftbotw.png

    If you've ever explored Hyrule Castle in Breath of the Wild, you might have wondered what the building looked like before Calamity Ganon destroyed it so thoroughly. There was some hope that some of the game's DLC would be able to show what it looked like, but the DLC came and went without it.

    Now, some Minecraft builders have recreated what they believed it to look like in the block-building game.

    Click here to watch embedded media

    Users from a Minecraft Partners Program team, an official partner of Microsoft, used promotional footage of Breath of the Wild to try and piece together what the castle would have looked like inside before Ganon. It took thirteen people about two months to recreate the castle brick-by-brick in Minecraft.

    Nintendo highlighted their work in a video released yesterday, which makes me wonder if it's just a little bit of a wink and nudge between Microsoft and Nintendo in their increasing partnership.

    View the full article


    Sekiro Gets A Patch Tonight That Calms That Bull

    GameInformer
    By GameInformer,
    sekiro-promo-image-updated.jpg

    If you're one of the many still working your way through Sekiro, From Software's recently-released ninja action game, there might be some respite coming for you soon. An update scheduled to go live tonight will make a few changes in the game and attempt to make it easier for players to diversify the way they fight enemies by using more shinobi tools.

    To begin with, the Blazing Bull has been toned down in the new update. The midboss, who appears shortly after the game's first real boss, ended up being a real wall for a lot of players. Up to that point, most enemies you fight are some manner of pragmatic human that acts with some rationality, while the Bull kind of stomps your face in with reckless abandon. The bull's posture and vitality have been "slightly" reduced, so it's not a walk in the park now, but it's a bit more manageable.

    The bulk of the other changes are centered around the shinobi prosthetic. Seemingly From has gotten feedback of players not using ninja tools because they're afraid they'll run out of spirit emblems, so a number of tools have been made more efficient. You'll be spending fewer spirit emblems to use them, because From Software really wants you to use them.

    You'll also find more divine confetti as drops from vanquished foes and information from Anayama the Peddler will decrease in cost post-patch.

    Sekiro is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

    View the full article


    Chrono Trigger Voted Best Video Game Of Outgoing Era In Japan

    GameInformer
    By GameInformer,
    Chrono Trigger on PC

    Japan's era calendar system is a little difficult to understand, but basically there are periods of years that are designated as eras by Japanese officials and often based on emperors. This is all a gross oversimplification and is not to be used as a source in anyone's book reports. The current era of Japan, the Heisei period, is scheduled to end in just a few days on April 30 after beginning in 1989.

    Accordingly, Japanese magazine Famitsu ran a poll with 7000 voters to determine the best game of the Heisei era. Obviously such a poll, despite the massive amount of time it covers, would likely skew to more recent and popular games. While that's true, one game still managed to stand above the rest: Chrono Trigger.

    The historically popular RPG was released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo as part of a dream team collaboration between some of the genre's biggest names. The development staff included Hironobu Sakaguchi, Akira Toriyama, Yuji Horii, Nobuo Uematsu, and staff that would go on to craft a number of other beloved RPGs afterward. It is commonly brought up as one of the best RPGs of all time — heck, we put it at number 3.

    Following behind Chrono Trigger were The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Nier: Automata rounding out third place. 

    How do you feel about their decision-making here? Agree? Hard disagree? Let us know below in the comments.

    [Source: Famitsu]

    View the full article


    New Gameplay Today – Days Gone

    GameInformer
    By GameInformer,
    daysgone-site.jpg

    Click here to watch embedded media

    Sony Bend's biker-fueled take on the zombie freaker apocalypse has been a long time coming, and in this episode of NGT, we're taking one last spoiler-free look at the game before launch. Kato has been entrenched in Days Gone for... well, days now, and walks Leo and I through what players can expect from the final game. You'll see Kato take on freaker hordes, an enemy ripper camp, and scrounge for resources as he explains the flow of play and the importance of maintaining your bike – something that is easier said than done at times.

    Days Gone launches this Friday exclusively on PlayStation 4, but you can read Kato's review on Thursday, exclusively on this very website! How do ya like them apples?! For tons more info and gameplay videos, visit our Days Gone hub, which is also exclusive but it just feels like we're bragging at this point so don't worry about that detail. 

    View the full article


    Noblegarden 2019, DLC #675

    Curse
    By Curse,
    Noblegarden 2019
    Noblegarden has returned to Azeroth from today until April 29th, bringing all of the old goodies from previous years, as well as the ability to transmog to your Noblegarden cosmetics during the holiday and the Cursed Rabbit's Foot from opening eggs.


    bluecirclet.jpg browncirclet.jpg yellowcirclet.jpg
    mvbar300.png
    mvbar300.png
    mvbar300.png




    Added in 2018 - Cursed Rabbit's Foot
    Cursed Rabbit's Foot was added in 2018 that can be looted from eggs. It causes your character to periodically spawn eggs on the ground that are smaller and slightly different than the normal Noble Garden eggs.

    rabbitfoot.jpg


    Hunt for Brightly Colored Eggs
    Collect eggs to gather Noblegarden Chocolate and other Noblegarden items.


    nobleEggg.jpg


    Spend Your Noblegarden Chocolate
    Noblegarden Chocolate can be used to purchase:

    Level Type Name Cost Model Viewer
    1 Companion Pets inv_gauntlets_02.jpg Spring Rabbit's Foot 100 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    1 Companion Pets inv_misc_herb_rainpoppy.jpg Mystical Spring Bouquet 100 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    1 Companion Pets inv_misc_rabbit_2.jpg Noblegarden Bunny 200 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    20 Mount ability_hunter_pet_tallstrider.jpg Swift Springstrider 500 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Head inv_misc_rabbit_ears.jpg Black Spring Circlet 50 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Head inv_misc_rabbit_ears.jpg Pink Spring Circlet 50 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Head inv_misc_rabbit_ears.jpg Spring Circlet 50 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Shirt inv_shirt_08.jpg White Tuxedo Shirt 25 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Chest inv_chest_cloth_04.jpg Elegant Dress 50 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Chest inv_chest_cloth_13.jpg Spring Robes 50 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    23 Legs inv_pants_01.jpg Black Tuxedo Pants 25 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Miscellaneous inv_misc_roses_01.jpg Spring Flowers 50 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    Modelviewer
    1 Other inv_misc_branch_01.jpg Blossoming Branch 10 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    1 Other inv_egg_06.jpg Noblegarden Egg 5 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp
    60 Book inv_misc_book_07.jpg Tome of Polymorph: Rabbit 100 × achievement_noblegarden_chocolate_egg.jp



    Host Your Own Egg Hunt or Transfer Gold
    Noblegarden vendors also sell Poorly Painted Egg, Intricately-Painted Egg, and Magnificently-Painted Egg for gold.

    • Place these eggs on the ground and they will all look exactly the same.
    • Each egg type is unique, so you can only have one in your inventory at a time.
    • Each egg can be looted by only one player and will contain a gray-quality item that can be sold to a vendor for 90% of the original egg purchase price.
    • The eggs can be seen by anyone around you, so they are a useful way to transfer gold between realms or factions (with a 10% loss).

    Level Type Name Cost Model Viewer
    1 Other inv_pet_nurturedpenguinegg.jpg Poorly-Painted Egg 10
    1 Other inv_pet_nurturedpenguinegg.jpg Intricately-Painted Egg 10
    1 Other inv_pet_nurturedpenguinegg.jpg Magnificently-Painted Egg 1,000



    Complete Quests
    There is a one time quest and daily quest that you can complete:



    Unlock Achievements
    In order to earn the achievement Noble Gardener (part of What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been) and unlock the Noble title, you must complete these nine achievements:


    nobleDress.jpg


    Most of the items required to earn Achievements can be found in Brightly Colored Eggs, so your luck may significantly lower the amount of Noblegarden Chocolate required.


    There are two additional achievements which are not required for Noble Gardener:




    Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
    Noblegarden springs to life April 22 through April 29. Don your bunny ears and hunt for eggs, eat delectable chocolate, collect toys, pets, and more.

    The great feast of Noblegarden has long been celebrated by the races of the Alliance and recently adopted by those of the Horde. During this joyous event, it is customary for the nobles and lords from each race to hide coins, candy, and the occasional treasures within special eggs painted to look like wildflowers. These eggs are then scattered around major cities for the citizenry to find.

    When: April 22-29
    Where: Visit Azure Watch, Dolanaar, Goldshire, Kharanos, Brill, Razor Hill, Bloodhoof Village, Falconwing Square, or Shattrath City to join in the festivities.
    Currency: Noblegarden Chocolates are used as currency during this holiday to purchase garments, mounts, pets, and other special rewards. These can be collected by completing quests and opening the eggs found in the event areas.

    noblegarden01.jpg

    Holiday Activities
    Daily Quests
    The Great Egg Hunt rewards you with money, a small amount of experience, and a Blossoming Branch in exchange for Brightly Colored Shell Fragments gathered during your travels.

    Egg Hunting
    Search around Azure Watch, Dolanaar, Goldshire, Kharanos, Brill, Razor Hill, Bloodhoof Village, Falconwing Square, or Shattrath City for these (mostly) well-hidden Brightly Colored Eggs. To help you get to them more quickly, you’ll want to purchase an Egg Basket from the Noblegarden merchants and vendors to increase your speed and beat the competition.

    Brightly Colored Eggs will often contain delicious chocolate you can eat or use to purchase items from the Noblegarden merchants and vendors including, toys, costumes, and mounts. These eggs can also contain a variety of special items.

    Here are some of the items you could either find in Brightly Colored Eggs or purchase from vendors with Noblegarden Chocolates:

    New Toy: Noble Gardener's Hearthstone
    • The Noble Gardener's Hearthstone summons a flurry of springtime critters to whisk you away.
    New Appearances: Blue Spring Circlet, Brown Spring Circlet, Yellow Spring Circlet
    Mounts: Swift Springstrider
    Pets: Mystical Spring Bouquet, Spring Rabbit's Foot, Noblegarden Bunny
    Costumes and Fun Items: Festival Garments, Blossoming Branch, Egg Basket, Spring Flowers, Noblegarden Egg.
    Consumables: Mages can purchase the Tome of Polymorph: Rabbit in exchange for 100 Noblegarden Chocolate.

    Noblegarden Finery
    Show off your style by strutting your stuff through town while wearing some of the great Noblegarden fineries. These can either be found within Brightly Colored Eggs or purchased from the merchants and vendors.

    Achievements
    Completing 8 Noblegarden Achievements will reward the title “the Noble” and count toward the What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been meta-achievement.

    Spring into action so you don’t miss any of the holiday fun!

    Dark Legacy Comics #675
    DLC #675 has been released.

    dlc675.jpg

    View the full article


  • Forum Statistics

    • Total Topics
      56,594
    • Total Posts
      59,979
  • Member Statistics

    • Total Members
      8,276
    • Most Online
      693

    Newest Member
    PureLifeKetoReviews
    Joined

About Us

Centric Legends is an online video gaming community devoted to giving the best gaming experience for gamers all around the world. Video game news, industry analysis, impressions, reviews, and discussions of everything in the industry; covering all platforms, genres, and territories.

KEEP THE WEBSITE ALIVE!

Site staff work very hard to make sure the website and servers are is running at peak performance, latest updates and all the other bells and whistles. Without your support the site cannot survive. We'd really appreciate it!

Support Us

If you enjoy playing on our servers, think about supporting them by donating a few bucks. Get VIP perks in return!

×