For some players it comes way too early, while others are already eagerly awaiting it. We're talking about the start of the first season of WoW: Shadowlands, which begins tomorrow, Wednesday, December 9. The gates of Castle Nathria will open and thousands of guilds will storm the new raid. In addition, the Mythic-Plus mode will unlock and tons of groups of five will go hunting for the highest keystones and the best loot. Before that, though, most players will probably pay a visit to Torghast to do the weekly runs and bag the Soul Ash. However, they should bring a little more time than last Wednesday. Because this time it's not enough to just play the third level to pull out the maximum amount of Soul Ash. With the start of the first season, the upper three levels will also be unlocked, which of
course also means that you can get more soul ash. If you earn the maximum, you can look forward to 970 Soul Ashes in the coming week (two corridors with 485 Soul Ashes each as a reward). Almost enough for a complete Legendary. At least if you also successfully complete the top level. But whether that will be possible for everyone is another story. Because already on level 3, some classes had severe problems. And Blizzard apparently still found the bosses too easy, which is why they want to make some of the bosses in Torghast a little more "dangerous" with a hotfix. Fortunately, you won't lose much soul ash if you don't quite make it, though, because as you level up, the reward gets smaller and smaller.
Once you have fought your way to the top, you can start as usual on the highest level you have already successfully completed in the following weeks and get all the rewards of the lower levels directly in addition.Support buffed - it only takes a minute
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