WoW Gold Hunter’s Sneak Peak of Upcoming Content in Legion
With the recent reveal of the upcoming expansion for World of Warcraft, many players are curious as to what Legion will hold. In today’s article we will take a sneak peek at the new areas players can get their WoW gold. This includes the new dungeons in the expansion. We will also check out the planned changes to classes.
Getting WoW gold from the Broken Isles
The Broken Isles continent is divided into six parts with the Broken Shore being the introductory area. Val’sharah is a forgotten druid refuge filled with lush forests, and is where the legion is trying to unleash the Emerald Nightmare. Meanwhile, Stormheim is where the Vry’kul may have ended up after they left Northrend. Another area, Azsuna is where the ancient Night Elves met with a slippery foe. Tauren players will find familiar territory in Highmountain. Lastly, the Suramar is home to a new race of elves that wield magic abilities.
Regardless if you need to buy WoW gold, or belong to Horde or Alliances, you will be welcome to Dalaran which is coming back in this expansion. The neutral city however will still be under the sway of the Kirin Tor now led by Khadgar.
WoW gold and items from new dungeons
Players who love to engage in PvE will get to do so in the Legion expansion. The latter adds several dungeons to the game. This includes the Halls of Valor near Stormheim. There is also the Black Rook Hold the home of Lord Ravencrest. The place of Illidan’s imprisonment, the Vault of the Wardens is also a dungeon players can enter. Taurens in the Highmountain will also be near Neltharion’s Lair. Note that these are just some of the announced dungeons for the expansion.
Changes to WoW gold hunting classes
Alongside the new class, the Legion expansion will implement major changes to the classes in the game. First off, Hunters will have changes to their playstyle based on their specialization. Survival Hunters will be melee oriented with a pet, whereas Beast spec will allow for a pet and ranged weapons. Marksmanship builds will focus on ranged with no access to pets.
A similar specialization oriented overhaul will be applied to Warlocks. While Affliction and Destruction will retain their DoT and burst damage expertise respectively, Demonology will no longer have Metamorphosis. The latter will be given to the new Demon Hunter class instead.