WoW patch 8.3 this week marks the launch of wow classic gold new trainable pets for hunters; the second Looking for Raid difficulty wing to your Ny'alotha raid; a chance to become a wicked rare monster; the right time to begin working on an alt; and also the continuation of the Darkmoon Faire.
This guide covers the week of February 4-10 (February 5-11 on EU servers), so here's everything you want to know about how to excel in Azeroth.
The Darkmoon Faire: grab your bonus reputation and some new arcade games.The Darkmoon Faire runs until Saturday night, so grab your WHEE! Buff in the roller coaster or the carousel to give yourself a bonus ten per cent to standing and expertise gains. While you're there, check out the new Darkmoon Faire Arcade, which provides life-size variations of some fairly entertaining mini-games.
Some are comfortable, including the pattern-matching game in the Tortollan world quests and the circuit-uncrossing game from Nazjatar world quests. However, one of the most fun is a reboot of the old Minesweeper game which came with Microsoft Windows.
'HexSweeper' has you stepping onto hexagons to cheap classic wow gold clean them right-clicking on a room to mark it like a mine. Should you fail, you burst (and die, however you won't take durability damage.) There are five levels, plus level X, which doesn't label any of the hexes to start.