Patch 1.13.7 Live on World of Warcraft Classic

As with most games, updates for World of Warcraft Classic serve to improve the online MMO's performance. Even with the Chains of Domination update in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, World of Warcraft Classic continues to receive support. Recently, Blizzard released the patch notes for the upcoming 1.13.7 update to WoW Classic that will come alongside scheduled weekly maintenance. The patch notes list different changes, particularly for various items and game buffs. It will also include several bug fixes and optimize the game's overall performance. WoW Classic Gold will be a great help in the new version


WoW Classic World Buffs prioritization system

Many players have been familiar with the WoW Classic Buff system since the early days of the game. Issues include not being able to play with World Buffs to save them for raids, having World Buffs removed from PvP combat before making raids, and having to rely heavily on acquiring and maintaining World Buffs to reach the level of many classes.


In addition to the batch changes, Blizzard also implemented a buff prioritization system. Although there is still a limit to the number of boosts a player can have at one time, after you reach the cap, "boosts" are "pushed out," depending on their duration or impact. In the past, most top raiding guilds would specifically tell healers not to put healing-over-time (HOT) effects on tanks because of the potential it had to “push off” extremely powerful world buffs. With this new buff priority system, players can HOT the tank freely without worrying about them losing Rallying Cry of the Dragonslayer or another important buff.


WoW Classic Soloing Plaguefall

To get an amount for yourself, you need to kill Domina Venomblade and Margrave Stradama, the last two leaders of the Plaguefall on Heroic or Mythic difficulty. Thankfully, players can skip the first two leaders of the dungeon, which makes the process much easier.


Classes with invisibility abilities such as Rogue, Hunter, and Mage will have an easier time sneaking past Globgrog and Doctor Ickus. But a Potion of the Hidden Spirit, which grants invisibility for 18 seconds and is usable by all classes, can be used in a pinch. Once you make your way past the initial trash mobs and first two bosses of the dungeon, you’ll have to defeat Domina Venomblade and Margrave Stradama, who are two relatively hard bosses to fight solo if you’re not careful. Domina, in particular, could be tough to deal with for classes that don’t have an ability that makes them immune to the stun from Shadow Ambush. But as long as you can take on the Brood Assassins she summons before they overwhelm you, the fight should be manageable.


As for Margrave Stradama, you’ll want to make sure you’re dodging Plague Crash since damage from one tentacle could be enough to take you out. Additionally, classes that have the ability to clear diseases, such as Priest or Paladin, will have an easy time dealing with her Infectious Rain.