WoW Shadowlands has a lot to offer the players, and yet most of it is optional and you are hardly forced to do anything. The players still have to get used to this feeling. Not only Tanja, Seb, Matze and Phil noticed this in the buffedCast. We can easily ignore different content in the latest expansion without losing touch with it. But that's not all the four discuss in the current buffedCast. The stories and events of the pacts, as well as the throat, are part of the discussions.

And of course the four also talk about Torghast, one of the biggest features of Shadowlands. About the fact that it always feels the same and the runs could be a lot shorter. In the end, everything revolves around the upcoming raid Schloss Nathria and why the top guilds already have their problems with heroic content. Of course, we also give our tips on which guild will win the race. Unsurprisingly, Phil relies on an Alliance guild and one or the other sees the mythical final boss only fall in the coming year.

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buffedCast # 556

00:00:00 greeting
00:00:55 How do we like Shadowlands?
00:23:35 The pacts
00:49:35 Torghast
01:15:55 Castle Nathria and the World First Race


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