from Sebastian Glanzer
With patch 9.2, the entry for returnees and twinks is simplified by the developers again relying on the craftsman’s mark. Take a look at how you craft the catch-up gear and which new optional reagents will be available with the update.

If you return to WoW after a long break with patch 9.2, you will get a quick introduction to the Shadowlands update thanks to the catch-up equipment. Similar to patch 9.1, objects made by the artisan can be added, which automatically increase the item level of the object. With Mal des Handwerkers Rang 4 can even be done upgrade an item to item level 262.

In addition to upgrading the armor, there is also new optional reagentsthat add new and interesting skills to your equipment.

Catch-Up-Gear für 9.2 – 233 Items

With the normal painting of the artisan, Shadowlands equipment parts from manufacturing professions can be brought to level 233. For this you need fewer materials than in Patch 9.1, but new resources from Zereth Mortis: First Flower (Alchemy), Progenium Ore (Blacksmithing, engineering, jewelery cutting), Protogenic Pelt (Leather processing) and Silken Protofiber (Schneider).

Crafts 262 items with the help of the craftsman

Manufacturing professions can once again tinker with the craftsman, which can be used once in the equipment that has been created.

WoW Patch 9.2: Developer video at the end of the ages

New optional reagents

The new optional reagents in WoW (buy now 14,99 €) Patch 9.2 is called Progenitor Enhancements (German name is not known). These can be made with the professions alchemy, enchanting, engineering and jewelery cutting. As usual, these items can be added to the Shadowlands’ crafted items.




Jewelery Schleifen

Are you looking forward to simple catch-up gear for your twink army, or are you not yet interested in Patch 9.2 of Shadowlands? We look forward to your opinion in the comments.


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