World of Warcraft Legion Overview
The next World of Warcraft expansion - World of Warcraft: Legion has been announced at Gamescom 2015. Let’s take a peek what Blizzard developers have in store for us.
The days of World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor are numbered. While Warlords is ushered out, The Legion is coming to World of Warcraft again. World of Warcraft: Legion is the name of the newest expansion and was officially announced by Blizzard developers via Gamescon 2015.
The Tomb of Sargeras was sealed with the Titan Pillars of Creation and a temple to the goddess Elune was placed over it. But now, the wound has been reopened leaving the way clear for demons to once again enter player’s world. The Legion enters Azeroth through the Tomb of Sargeras, the Legion's ultimate goal is to raise their fallen leader dark titan leader: Sargeras.
At the end of Warlords of Draenor, Gul'dan’s evil plan was blocked by the players. Alternate version Gul'dan gets a trip through a gate to return to Azeroth by Archimonde’s help. He awakens Illidan, who had his soul locked away in the wardens’ prison along, also the rest of his ilk - The Demon Hunters. Illidan is a pretty bad dude, but he will play a big part in this expansion, players will seek out his aid. Illidan become a good guy? Who knows! I think it will only be revealed via game play.
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New Zones Broken Isles
The Broken Isles are Wild and beautiful, lost Night Elf civilization is living here, they hold the key to the fate of Turalyon and Alleria. Dalaran is being moved to the Broken Isles. However, it won't vanish from Northrend. As always, each expansion is considered its own little window in time, meaning Dalaran will exist in Northrend and the Broken Isles at the same time.
Zones inside the Broken Isles include: High Mountain, Stormheim, Val'sharah, Suramar, Azuna and The Broken Shore.
Artifact Weapons system
Relics will take the place of weapon drops, it will need to be looted for each Artifact, and these Relics can be socketed into your weapon and will be used to upgrade the DPS and item lvl of your Artifact.
Players will be seeking out Artifact Weapons such as the Doomhammer, Frostmourne, and other legendary weapons, each weapon comes with several designs to make your weapon feel like something special. Besides customizing the look of your weapon, your weapon will also grow in power, possessing its own set of abilities that will aid you in the fight against the demonic forces.
New Class Demon Hunter
In World of Warcraft: Legion, the new class Demon Hunter will be released. The Demon Hunter is melee class with two specializations: Havoc (DPS) and Vengeance (Tank). Maybe you will some concerns that The Demon Hunter may steal raid spots and overshadow the Death Knight and/or Monk? But The Demon Hunter is a very different play style from both DK (slow and heavy) and Monk (a hybrid magic user), The Demon Hunter is able to metamorphose and use a double jump ability, The Demon Hunter will be sure to impress, even if the class is only reserved for Blood Elves and Night Elves.
As with every new expansion, a level increase is coming. World of Warcraft: Legion will increase the level cap by 10, taking maximum level from 100 to 110. Leveling a character to 110 is lengthy? Don’t worry, the Blizzard developers bring us good news that The Demon Hunter will start at level 100 and have an entirely different leveling experience than any other class.
It seems that World of Warcraft: Legion is heading to an interesting fallback option: a mishmash of untied ends.