With the hotfixes of March 23 for World of Warcraft implemented today, the Blizzard developers have also announced a series of adjustments for Schloss Nathria, which will be activated with the upcoming ID change on March 23. Specifically, the battles against Schlickfaust and generals of the Stone Legion will be noticeably simplified.
With the March 23rd hotfixes for World of Warcraft the Blizzard developers have also announced a series of adjustments for Schloss Nathria, which will be activated with the upcoming ID change on March 23rd. Specifically, the battles against Schlickfaust and generals of the Stone Legion will be noticeably simplified. Here are the preliminary patch notes:
- The flight time of the projectiles from Fragmented debris increased to 2.5 seconds (was 1.5 seconds) in Mythic mode.
- The impact locations of the Fragmented debris should now be easier to see in Mythic mode.
- The radius of Destructive stamping has been reduced to 16 meters (was 20 meters) on all levels of difficulty.
- The allowed range of Chain link was increased to 14 meters on all levels of difficulty (was 12 meters).
- Generals of the Stone Legion
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