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World of Warcraft Patch 7.1.5 Is Out Next Week

By Gen Que , Jan 07, 2017 04:00 AM EST
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The wait is over for those who have been waiting for World of Warcraft's 7.1.5 patch as Blizzard announced that it will be out next week on Tuesday, January 10. There's a lot of things to look forward to regarding patch 7.1.5 because it will include very substantial content. First of all, the Mists of Pandaria content will be added to the Timewalking feature. This will give a new bonus event for players who are already 91 level and up.

The Mists of Pandaria will have six major locations: the Jade Serpent Temple, the Stormstout Brewery, the Shado-Pan Monastery, Mogu'Shan Palace, Niuzao Temple, and the Gate of the Setting Sun. There will also be a new vendor, Mistweaver Xia, from whom players can exchange their earned Timewarped Badges.

The Mists of Pandaria will also feature the first Timewalking Event which gives pets as rewards. Two of these include the Infinite Hatchling, a dragonkin, and the Paradox Spirit, an aquatic.

The update will also see the return of the Brawler's Guild complete with new challenging encounters. However, before you can enter the fight, you need to obtain a Blood-Soaked Invitation. You can obtain this by opening Emissary chests or complete dungeons.

Another great feature that will come with World of Warcraft patch 7.1.5 is the micro-holidays, which will give players lots of rewards and goodies. The full list of micro-holidays can be found in the World of Warcraft website. These holidays will start from January to August. However, Blizzard promises to give more beyond that.

The first World of Warcraft micro-holiday event will take place on January 21 to 23 touted as the "Call of the Scarab," which is celebrated to commemorate the first ringing of the Scarab Gong. Players can collect items which they can turn in and the winning team will have their banner or faction flag displayed over the gates until the next Call of the Scarab event.

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