With Patch 9.0.5, the WoW developers want to better inform the players about the level of difficulty of a certain level in the corridors of Torghast. To do this, they use an adaptation on the interface.
Who does not know the problem: You have fought your way through the lower levels of a hallway in Torghast, defeated the final boss relatively relaxed, made yourself fully motivated to the next higher level – and failed miserably because of its significantly higher degree of difficulty. The result: you tormented your way through Torghast for half an hour in vain because you underestimated the level of difficulty.
So that this happens less often in the future, the WoW developers want the degree of difficulty of the individual Torghast levels the upcoming patch 9.0.5 make it more transparent. You are therefore missing an additional tooltip in the user interface of the level selection in Torghast, which shows a specific item level recommendation. If you have a character with the appropriate equipment, you shouldn't have any major difficulties with the opponents and bosses of the respective level – subject to deviations depending on the class played.
The single ones Recommendations for the Torghast plains look like this:
- Level 1: Item level 130 (normal) or 170 (winding corridors)
- Level 2: Item level 150 (normal) or 180 (winding corridors)
- Level 3: Item level 160 (normal) or 185 (winding corridors)
- Level 4: Item level 165 (normal) or 195 (winding corridors)
- Level 5: Item level 175 (normal) or 200 (winding corridors)
- Level 6: Item level 180 (normal) or 210 (winding corridors)
- Level 7: Item level 185 (normal) or 220 (winding corridors)
- Level 8: Item level 195 (normal) or 225 (winding corridors)
The recommendations are actually only recommendations and not restrict access. So you don't have to worry that in the future you will only be allowed to enter a level if your character has reached the corresponding item level.
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