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WoW Remix: Mists of Pandaria
WoW Remix MoP logo.png
Duration May 16 - August 19, 2024
Currency [Bronze]
Highlights
The splash screen at character select

“The infinite dragonflight is investigating the history of Pandaria. Replay the Mists of Pandaria expansion with new seasonal abilities and rewards!”

— Calendar description

WoW Remix: Mists of Pandaria (previously referred to as Pandamonium during development) is a PvE-focused seasonal event starting on 16 May 2024 at 10:00 AM PDT globally, a week after the launch of patch 10.2.7. It lasts until 19 August.

World of Warcraft Remix is a time-limited event which allows players to re-experience the entirety of the Mists of Pandaria expansion at an accelerated rate from level 10 through 70 using Dragonflight classes, talents, and abilities. All loot has been completely overhauled and has powerful new effects allowing players to shape their experience, power up, and power on.

Much like Plunderstorm, Pandaria Remix is available to all players with an active subscription or game time. No expansion purchase is required. Additionally, players on Free Trial accounts will also be able to take part without a subscription or game time, up to level 20.

Players will make Timerunner characters on existing Dragonflight realms at character select like they would make normal characters, and while those Timerunner characters will be locked to Pandaria for the duration of the event and cannot party with non-Timerunner characters, they can join existing guilds already on the realms or create new guilds by speaking with Hanchoon Yi at Paw'don Village or Honeydew Village. After the event ends, Timerunner characters will convert into standard characters and will be on character select as normal. All races and classes in Dragonflight can take part in the event, but the one-evoker-per-realm limit applies regardless.

Features

  • Accelerated leveling and content allowing you to quickly tackle nearly every quest, scenario, dungeon and raid.
  • Create a new WoW Remix character starting at level 10 to adventure through the event up to level 70.
  • A mountain of loot: Get powerful items from everywhere— quests, chests, creatures, bosses.
  • Customizable items allowing you to power up as far as you can go to take on tougher content.
  • Convert unwanted items into [Bronze] which can be used to upgrade items or purchase cosmetics.
  • Keep what you collect: Take your collection of transmogs and achievements with you into The War Within.

Levels and content

Unlike the original version of Mists of Pandaria, which was designed for characters leveling from 85 to 90, or the current post-level-squish version which is for levels 10-35, the remix runs from levels 10–70.

Pandaria Remix content levels
Levels Zones Scenarios Dungeons Raids
10–70

Jade Forest

20–70

Stormstout Brewery

25–70 Kun-Lai Summit

Shado-Pan Monastery

Mogu'shan Vaults

30–70

Townlong Steppes

Assault on Zan'vess

Siege of Niuzao Temple

35–70

Dread Wastes

Heart of Fear

40–70

Vale of Eternal Blossoms

Terrace of Endless Spring

45–70
50–70

Isle of Thunder

Throne of Thunder

60–70

Siege of Orgrimmar

70

Heroic raids

Efficient leveling

  1. Quest until level 25.
  2. Run low-level raids like Mogu'shan Vaults and Heart of Fear to obtain Experience threads. Do not loot  [Bonus Experience] - it will be sent to the mailbox.
  3. Do quests when in between raids, to reach the minimum required level for entry.
  4. Continue to obtain experience threads as often as possible by running raids, for example through Raid Finder queues, or re-running raids.
  5. After having accrued bonus experience and threads from running raids (including Terrace of the Endless Spring), open all mail in the mailbox - it should provide enough experience to reach the level cap.[1]

Do not create alts until achieving  [Infinite Power XII] for account-wide extra experience gain. If you have created alts before that, re-equip the cloak for the bonus to appear.

Lockouts

World bosses and 10-player normal/heroic mode raids have daily lockouts. Directly-queued heroic dungeons also have daily lockouts. Only the first-defeated August Celestial world boss on the Timeless Isle will drop loot per day. Normal dungeons, randomly-queued heroic dungeons, normal/heroic scenarios, and LFR have no lockout and can be farmed repeatedly. The ten-instance-per-hour limit still applies.

Mogu'shan Vaults, Heart of Fear, Terrace of Endless Spring, and Throne of Thunder normal and heroic raids have traditional (ID-based) lockouts, and players can be saved to either normal or heroic, but not both. This also means that players cannot enter the instance with other players that are locked to different IDs. Siege of Orgrimmar normal and heroic have modern (loot-based) lockouts and scale from 10–30 players, while mythic has ID-based lockouts and has a fixed 20-player count.

For the duration of the event, Pandaria raids/world bosses also have daily lockouts for non-Timerunners.

Bronze

[Bronze] is the currency of the event and is widely accessible, as it drops from enemies, is found in orbs out in the world, is awarded from completing quests or achievements, and players can scrap unwanted gear into Bronze.

Bronze caches are also awarded from Infinite Bazaar dailies and the first-time-daily random dungeon, heroic dungeon, scenario, heroic scenario, and each LFR wing per day. With a hotfix on 23 May, the daily reward increased from a Minor Cache to a Greater Cache for dungeons and scenarios for level 70 Timerunners. Another hotfix on 12 June doubled the value of bronze caches with [Timerunner's Mastery].

After a hotfix on 24 May, Momentus also awards bronze at level 50 (3,000), 60 (7,000), and 70 (30,000) for characters who did not abuse the Gulp Frog farm.

At the Shrine of Seven Stars and Shrine of Two Moons in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms, Ludwin, at the bank, sells 36-slot  [Timerunner's Satchel] bags for 10 Bronze each.

Infinite Bazaars

Vendors at Infinite Bazaars across Pandaria will trade Bronze for consumables, mounts, and armor and weapon appearances. Bazaars also have a transmogrifier, item upgrader, and Rostrum of Transformation.

Itemization

[Unraveling Sands] to scrap unwanted items into [Bronze]

While leveling, players will frequently come across Remix-specific weapons and armor either directly as drops or from  [Cache of Infinite Treasure] quest rewards. These items can be upgraded at item upgraders using [Bronze] from ilvl 13 to 556, or will directly drop at higher item levels. Scrap unwanted (or outleveled) items using the [Unraveling Sands] for more Bronze, as they cannot be sold to vendors.

With some exceptions, every source of loot will drop everything that can be obtained in Remix, and the harder-to-kill enemies will have a higher chance to drop better loot. The exceptions will mostly be zone-based appearances. For example, Remix loot that drops in Throne of Thunder will have the look of ToT raid gear, and outdoor world loot will not.

Accessories (necklaces, rings, and trinkets) are only rewards from meta-achievements. Replacements are available for purchase from Lidamorrutu, the gem vendor, at any Infinite Bazaar for a nominal cost, even on alts. As of a hotfix on 24 May, these achievements are account-wide, so they do not need to be re-earned on alts:

Pandaria Remix accessories
Achievement Item Slot
 [Pandaria Raids]  [Timerunner's Amulet] Neck
 [Heroic: Pandaria Dungeons]  [Timerunner's Seal] Ring
 [Heroic: Pandaria Scenarios]  [Timerunner's Ring] Ring
 [Escalation]  [Timerunner's Beacon] Trinket
 [Timerunner]  [Timerunner's Idol] Trinket

Infinite cloak and threads

Remix threads
Level Quality Count
10–29 Thread 1
30–49 Temporal 3
50–64 Perpetual 7
65–70 Infinite 12

Players acquire the artifact-level  [Cloak of Infinite Potential] five quests in, which gains permanent power increases as they adventure in Pandaria by looting various threads of time like the  [Thread of Haste]. Power earned on the strongest character is shared with newly-created alts to make leveling even faster. Timerunner characters who reach level 70 will unlock Wrathion's legendary cloak appearances, and enable access to Ordos on the Timeless Isle account-wide. Players who earn  [Infinite Power XII] by acquiring 4,200 threads will unlock four toys to display the legendary cloak wing effects.

The threads that drop are based on character levels, with stamina threads awarding double the amount listed. Threads are effectively uncapped (with an upper limit of 10,000,000 threads per stat), and can be farmed out to excessive amounts. Stats from threads contribute to the overall maximum stat cap, so after reaching those limits, the only value characters get from threads is primary stats.

Alts of timerunner characters who have earned Infinite Power XII will start with:

  • +150 Agility/Intellect/Strength
  • +750 Stamina
  • +150 Versatility
  • +100% Experience Gain

This macro will display the total number of threads acquired:

/run local c,s={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,148},0;for i=1,9 do s=s+C_CurrencyInfo.GetCurrencyInfo(2853+c[i]).quantity end print("Total threads:",s)

With data from high-thread farmers, and excluding Experience Gain (as that stops dropping at level 65) approximate drop rates have been determined. Numbers do not add up to 100% due to rounding:

  • 7-8% Agility/Intellect/Strength
  • 55% Stamina
  • 6-7% Critical Strike
  • 6-7% Haste
  • 5-6% Leech
  • 6-7% Mastery
  • 5-6% Speed
  • 6-7% Versatility

Spools

Added on 21 May, though not retroactively awarded for already-earned achievements, Blizzard added spools as a reward for completing other content to encourage players to stop grinding frogs, goats, or Dalaran. Spools will randomly reward any one stat, with double the listed amount if it's stamina. With a hotfix on 12 June, spool values tripled from their previous value with [Timerunner's Mastery].

Players receive spools from select daily tasks, though lower-level players will receive lower-quality spools:

Remix achievements also award fixed spools, regardless of level at the same quality of the bronze cache:

  • Greater Spool — Campaign quests, heroic raids
  • Spool — Reputation, zone tours, LFR, and normal raids
  • Lesser Spool — Treasures, rares, heroic scenarios, heroic dungeons
  • Minor Spool — Exploration, normal scenarios, normal dungeons, world bosses

Beyond all of that, the Troves of the Thunder King single-player scenario on the Timeless Isle will drop spools as well. The repeatable quests H [10-70] Aid the Sunreavers Onslaught or A [10-70] Aid the Kirin Tor Offensive will award a  [Key to the Palace of Lei Shen] on their first completion of the day.

Upgrading and item levels

As players gain levels, armor and weapons that drop or are found inside a  [Cache of Infinite Treasure] will have an increased base item level, starting at item level 13 at level 10, scaling all the way up to item level 346 at level 70. Items can be upgraded by paying Momentus a nominal [Bronze] charge at any Infinite Bazaar. However, item drops are frequent enough that it will not be necessary to pay to upgrade gear until reaching level 70. Gear will not drop at higher than ilvl 346.

At level 70/ilvl 346, all items must be upgraded in lock-step to unlock the next upgrade rank. For example, to reach ilvl 374, all upgradeable items first must be at or above ilvl 360. Costs also drastically increase: where upgrades may have cost roughly 400 Bronze before, they now cost 2,530–9,000 Bronze per upgrade. To fully upgrade from ilvl 346 to ilvl 556, the following Bronze costs must be paid:

  • 135,000 (9,000 each) — Two-hand weapons or one-hand+off-hand weapons
  • 67,500 (4,500 each) x3 — Head, chest, legs
  • 50,625 (3,375 each) x4 — Shoulder, hands, waist, feet
  • 37,950 (2,530 each) — Wrist

This means each round of upgrades costs 38,530 Bronze and a grand total of 577,950 Bronze (15 rounds) is required to raise all upgradeable slots to maximum. Accessories (necks, rings, and trinkets) and the cloak cannot be upgraded with Bronze.

Qualities and stats

Equipment starts at uncommon (green) quality and armor will roll a random secondary/tertiary stat, while weapons will only have primary stats (agility/intellect/strength). For example, any chest piece could roll one of versatility, leech, or avoidance. The magnitude of the stat is fixed based on ilvl, but different stats will provide different value.

At rare (blue) quality, armor will pick up primary stats, and weapons will gain stamina.

At epic (purple) quality, armor rolls another secondary/tertiary stat, and weapons roll their first (and only) secondary/tertiary stat. The second rolled stat on armor can double-up with the first, so for example, a helm with mastery on it can roll extra mastery. Heroic or Mythic mode raids have the highest chance of dropping epic quality gear, but even open world gear has an extremely slim chance of rolling an epic upgrade.

Pandaria Remix stats–slots at ilvl 346
Slot Crit Haste Mastery Vers Leech Avoid Speed Primary
Head 834 1668 1668 96
Shoulder 625 625 625 72
Chest 834 1668 834 96
Wrist 469 469 938 938 54
Hands 625 625 1251 1251 72
Waist 1251 625 313 72
Legs 834 834 417 96
Feet 625 625 313 72

Maximum stats

Raw stats on gear and from threads stop having an effect in combat after reaching the following values:

  • 36,000 Critical Strike
  • 34,000 Haste
  • 36,000 Mastery
  • 41,000 Versatility
  • 15,000 Leech
  • 10,000 Avoidance
  • 5,000 Speed

Adjust gear and gems if over these caps to ensure they're being used. Haste from Bloodlust/Heroism-type effects will still be effective even at the haste cap.

Ability gems

Gem slots
Slot Type
Head Meta
Neck Prismatic
Shoulders Tinker
Chest Prismatic
Wrist Tinker
Hands Tinker
Waist Tinker
Legs Prismatic
Feet Cogwheel
Finger Prismatic
Trinket Prismatic

Many new customizable items can be found and each item slot has their own unique identity with ability gem sockets. These sockets come with exciting turbo-charged new effects similar to trinkets. Additionally, each time an item is looted, it has a chance of rolling powerful upgrades that unlock increased permanent stats.

Gems can be found in a  [Cache of Infinite Treasure], drop directly from mobs, or can be purchased in exchange for 200–500 [Bronze] from Lidamorrutu at Infinite Bazaars. Gems can be equipped like normal by shift-right-clicking on gear with slots, and can be removed by using the [Extract Gem] ability learned automatically after looting a gem. Each slot has specified gem sockets, as shown in the table.

By level 60, players should have all non-prismatic gems drop, so there is no need to spend Bronze to purchase them.

Meta gems

Meta gems provide throughput abilities and slot into helms. An  [Asynchronized Meta Gem] will randomly create an unlearned gem.

Cogwheel gems

Cogwheel gems provide movement abilities and slot into foot armor. An  [Asynchronized Cogwheel Gem] will randomly create an unlearned gem.

Tinker gems

Tinker gems provide passive utility abilities and slot into shoulders, wrists, hands, and waists. An  [Asynchronized Tinker Gem] will randomly create an unlearned gem.

Prismatic gems

Prismatic gems provide stats and slot into chests, legs, and accessories (neck, ring, trinket). They can be combined to create a more powerful version from chipped to flawed to standard to perfect. Unlike other gem types, prismatic gems are not bound, so they can be traded. A purchased  [Asynchronized Prismatic Gem] will randomly create a chipped prismatic gem.

Prismatic gems give stats based on the ilvl of the item that they're socketed into.

A health regen series of gems was datamined ( [Sustaining Emerald]), but they are not dropping on the live servers.

Collectibles

Many new or previously unobtainable mounts, pets, toys, and cosmetics are available. Additionally, items that are available in Dragonflight today with a low drop rate (like world boss mounts) can be purchased by Remix characters using [Bronze].

Mounts

Mounts are sold by Hemet Nesingwary XVII or are achievement rewards, and Pandaria Remix-exclusive mounts cost 2,200–6,600 Bronze, while rare Retail mounts cost 18,700–38,500 Bronze. Remix-only mounts cost a total of 103,400 Bronze. Should players want to purchase all of Hemet's stock, it will cost 524,700 Bronze.

Hemet's retail mount collection, which are only available for Bronze and won't drop from bosses, consists of the following. To purchase all retail mounts, players must come up with 421,300 Bronze:

Pets and toys

New pets and toys are achievement rewards. Old toys are sold by Horos at Infinite Bazaars for 2,200–50,000 Bronze. The total Bronze outlay for all old toys is 260,050.

Timerunners that complete the Theramore's Fall scenario can also purchase the  [Theramore Tabard] or  [Mini Mana Bomb], for Alliance and Horde characters respectively. Completing the scenario at exactly level 35 also awards the Mists of Pandaria pre-launch feats of strength, Alliance  [Theramore's Fall] and Horde  [Theramore's Fall].

Appearances

Many appearance ensembles are sold by Larah Treebender (world), Arturos (dungeons), Aeonicus (LFR), Durus (normal raids), and Pythagorus (heroic and mythic raids), and are listed on their respective articles. Larah's appearances include some unique-to-remix transmog, while the others sell appearances from their listed modes and can be farmed on the retail realms. Ensembles do not have a bronze discount for partially-acquired appearances of the set.

These appearances from Larah are unique to remix:

Arturos sells unique dungeon/scenario recolors for 2,500 Bronze each that also drop from dungeons during Remix:

Class arsenals and ensembles (which are recolors from the Trading Post) are rewarded from  [Isle of Thunder] and  [Landfall], respectively. After earning those achievements, other class sets can be purchased from Grandmaster Jakkus at Infinite Bazaars for 3,000 and 4,000 [Bronze].

Garrosh heirlooms and Tusks

Heirloom weapons that originally dropped from Garrosh Hellscream are also available for purchase for 2  [Bones of Mannoroth] and 8,000 [Bronze] from Pythagorus. Pythagorus also sells the  [Tusks of Mannoroth] appearance for 20  [Bones of Mannoroth] and 38,500 Bronze. Bones drop from Garrosh on normal difficulty or higher in the Siege of Orgrimmar, with one dropping in normal, four in heroic, and ten in mythic. During Remix, all normal difficulty or higher raids have a daily lockout, rather than weekly.

Quests

Newly-created characters spawn at level 10 in a bubble on the Timeless Isle, where Eternus starts a questline to anchor players and give them their  [Cloak of Infinite Potential] before sending them off to start the Jade Forest storyline. Alts of timerunners who have completed the intro can speak with Eternus to skip ahead to N [10-70] Recalling the War.

  1. N [10-70] It's About Time
  2. N [10-70] Seeking Expert Advice
  3. N [10-70] Weave It To Me & N [10-70] Knot My Problem
  4. N [10-70] What's Hours Is Yours
  5. N [10-70] Cloak and Needle
  6. N [10-70] Goodbyes Are Hard When You Live Forever
  7. N [10-70] Recalling the War

Nearly all quests of the Mists of Pandaria campaign are available in Pandaria Remix, which require the levels shown in the Levels and content section above:

Reputation

All factions except for the Tillers (including their friendship factions) and the Black Prince are present in Remix. Reputation gain has generally been accelerated, and most factions will reach exalted either automatically from questing (such as the Forest Hozen or Pearlfin Jinyu, Dominance Offensive or Operation: Shieldwall, the Klaxxi, and Shado-Pan), or with a few days of dailies (like the August Celestials, or Order of the Cloud Serpent).

The notable exceptions are Shado-Pan Assault, which requires repeated runs of Throne of Thunder; Emperor Shaohao, which requires grinding on the Timeless Isle; and the Anglers (and Nat Pagle's friendship faction), which require a great deal of fishing.

Players who had previously earned the Grand Commendations will have their effects on Timerunning characters, further increasing reputation gain. Additionally, Zandalari Warbringers drop a great deal of reputation tokens. Players can also turn in 10x [Lesser Charm of Good Fortune] to daily questgivers in repeatable reputation quests for a boost.

After a hotfix on 29 May, Throne of Thunder bosses award 1,000 reputation per day (was 300 per week). On 12 June, Blizzard increased Emperor Shaohao reputation gains by 700%.

Achievements

Most Pandaria Remix content has associated achievements that are awarded for completing said content. Achievements reward various levels of Bronze Caches or, from the meta achievements, actual rewards. They also reward Spools of threads for the  [Cloak of Infinite Potential]. These achievements are classified as Feats of Strength and award no achievement points. Earning many of these achievements will also earn their equivalent Retail achievements, which do award achievement points. For example, the quest chains necessary for B  [Campaign: The Jade Forest] are the same as for  [Upjade Complete].  [Mythic Remix: Siege of Orgrimmar] is a hidden feat of strength and will not be visible until all bosses have been defeated.

Meta

Leveling and artifact cloak

  1.  [Infinite Power] - equip cloak
  2.  [Infinite Power I] - 40 threads
  3.  [Infinite Power II] - 100
  4.  [Infinite Power III] - 150
  5.  [Infinite Power IV] - 200
  6.  [Infinite Power V] - 250
  7.  [Infinite Power VI] - 300
  8.  [Infinite Power VII] - 400
  9.  [Infinite Power VIII] - 500
  10.  [Infinite Power IX] - 600
  11.  [Infinite Power X] - 700
  12.  [Infinite Power XI] - 2200
  13.  [Infinite Power XII] - 4200 threads

Dungeons

Raids

Scenarios

Reputation

Zones

Unavailable content

Various features will not make an appearance in Pandaria Remix, including:

While it is possible to teleport out of Pandaria with certain toys and abilities, the character is then promptly teleported back.  [Scouting Map: A Stormstout's Guide to Pandaria] is not useable by Timerunners during Remix.

Some quests require going to a zone outside Pandaria, which will allow the player to finish the quest(s) but venturing too far from the questing area will teleport the player back to the quest giver. An example of this would be some quests in the Landfall storyline which will take the Horde player to Teldrassil and Silvermoon City at different points of the story.

Despite most normal loot being unavailable during Remix,  [Lobstmourne] is still obtainable from Clawlord Kril'mandar.

Notes

  • Allied races are eligible for their heritage armor while leveling in Remix, but the achievement and quest for reaching level 50 will become available after the event ends.[2]
  • Characters created for the event are marked with the Hourglass icon on the character select screen and just before their name in the chat.
  • Timerunner characters cannot send or receive mail to and from other players.

Gallery

Videos

Patch changes

  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-06-11): Players who are holding the  [Tusks of Mannoroth] cosmetic item on their non-plate wearing characters will now see an option on Pythagorus at any Infinite Bazaar to trade their item for a version that they can use to learn the  [Tusks of Mannoroth] appearance for plate characters on their account.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-06-06):
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-06-03):
    •  [Mini Mana Bomb] (Horde) and  [Theramore Tabard] (Alliance) are now available from Horos at any Infinite Bazaar for players who have completed Theramore's Fall for their given faction on any Timerunner.
      • Developers' notes: There is no more need to complete it at exactly level 35.
    • Fixed an issue where some steps of the Infinite Power achievements could be skipped for players.
    •  [Tuft of Yak Fur], am I right? Now they stack.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-30):
    •  [Righteous Frenzy] can no longer be cast on non-party members.
    • In the Throne of Thunder Dark Animus encounter, the increased damage and attack speed by Anima Golems casting Acceleration Link has been reduced to 100% per stack (was 250%).
    • In the Throne of Thunder Iron Qon encounter, Storm Cloud should no longer deal extreme damage to players.
    • In A Brewing Storm, Viletongue Skirmishers' Viletongue Sting now reduces healing by 60% (was 90%).
    • Fixed a bug that unintentionally added additional enemy health for highly geared players against Heroic raid bosses.
      • Developers' notes: In combination with previous recent hotfixes, this should result in health and damage versus Heroic raid bosses being as intended for players of higher and lower item levels, so that players of mixed item levels can have a better experience playing together. Overall, players with higher item levels should do greater damage and have greater survivability.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-29):
    • Endgame tuning adjustments have been made to Heroic Scenarios, Heroic Dungeons, and Normal Raids so that they increase in power more slowly between levels 60 and 70. Heroic and Mythic raids have been adjusted so there is a smoother transition between them.
    • Players who completed the Pearlfin Jinyu questline can now bring  [Lesser Charms of Good Fortune] to Elder Lusshan for additional reputation.
    • Players who completed the Forest Hozen questline can now bring Lesser Charms of Good Fortune to Chief Kah Kah for additional reputation.
    • Fixed a bug that inadvertently capped the maximum stats that can be gained on a  [Cloak of Infinite Potential]. That cap has been removed.
    • Shado-Pan Assault reputation earned per boss kill increased to 1000 (was 300). This amount is available daily.
    • Elder Great Turtles and Ancient Spineclaws have migrated back to the Timeless Shore, which should benefit players who are just  [Killing Time].
    •  [Illusion: Sha Corruption] can now be destroyed by players who have already learned it elsewhere.
    • Adjusted and tuned several gem effects:
      •  [Arcanist's Edge] absorb amount (that can be converted into damage) has been doubled.
      •  [Fervor] health amounts (that can be converted into damage) has been doubled.
      •  [Righteous Frenzy] damage dealt to targets increased to 2% per second (was 1%).
        • Developers' notes: This should give healers a bit more to do while optimizing their group's damage, and it should make some gem combinations even more interesting.
      •  [Searing Light] collected healing points increased to 10% (was 7%).
      •  [Slay] cannot critically strike.
        • Developers' notes: Slay still hits for the player's entire health amount, and will remain an incredibly powerful option.
      •  [Ward of Salvation] no longer applies a heal absorb. It has been reworked so that the caster's heals are duplicated as an absorb shield, but not other sources of healing.
        • Developers' notes: Ward of Salvation will remain a powerful way for healers to deliver some additional damage, but should not trivialize the most difficult raid encounters.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-28):
    • On Friday, May 24, the following changes were deployed:
      • There are now three new quests that grant Bronze to player-characters upon reaching levels 50, 60, and 70.
      • The new quests are only available to player-characters who did not kill many Gulp Frogs during the first three days of the event.
      • Player-characters who killed many Gulp Frogs during the first days of the event have been modified. The power of their Cloak of Infinite Potential was reduced to an amount that a very engaged player could reasonably achieve.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-23):
    • Normal scenarios, Normal dungeons, Heroic scenarios, Heroic dungeons, and daily Infinite Bazaar quests now award a Cache containing 5x as much Bronze as before.
      • Developers' notes: We intend for players to earn more Bronze as you level up, so you can more easily start purchasing upgrades and rewards. At level 70, these caches now award 8750 Bronze (this was previously 1750 Bronze).
    • Fixed an issue where the Celestial Court bosses on the Timeless Isle would occasionally despawn.
    • Fixed a bug affecting the scaling of certain Tinker gems.
    • Putrid Waste enemies in Throne of Thunder no longer deal extreme amounts of Putrify damage.
    • Brewmaster Blanche now queues you for A Brewing Storm when asked.
    • The Paragon of the Mists title is now account wide.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-22):
    • Added clarity to the quest "N [15-35] The Great Water Hunt" to speak with Mudmug before gathering water.
    • Nostwin now sells  [Glyph of Shadow] for Priests.
    • Fixed an issue preventing the quest "N [20-35] Where are My Reinforcements?" from proceeding as expected.
    • Improved the respawn rate and treasure from rares and rare elites across Pandaria.
    • Increased the amount of bronze and raised the drop chance for threads of time from airborne bronze.
    • Fixed an issue where players who faction-changed could not use the group finder for dungeons and scenarios.
    • Fixed an issue preventing the quest "N [10-35] Riding the Skies" from granting the appropriate Cloud Serpent mount.
    • Fixed an issue causing Wise Mari in the Temple of the Jade Serpent to not spawn Corrupt Living Water as intended.
    • Hutia was out of control in the Jade Forest, and has been convinced to relax a bit and stop hitting so hard.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-21):
    • We have made the following changes to improve Thread of Time gain for the  [Cloak of Infinite Potential]. Our goal with these additional items is to give players access to more Threads of Time from daily repeatable sources. These should serve as readily attainable power-ups from a wide variety of content, so players can enjoy the breadth of Pandaria while also gaining additional power. There are four new items that grant players escalating amounts of power for the Cloak of Infinite Potential:
    • Players will be able to find these new items from a variety of solo and group sources, ensuring all players have accessible ways to improve their cloak:
      • Infinite Bazaar Repeatable Dailies
      • First-Time Daily Scenario, Dungeon, and each LFR queue
      • World Bosses
      • Remix Achievements
        • Each of these achievements are available for additional characters to complete as well for bonus Bronze - and now bonus Spools of Eternal Thread.
      • Troves of the Thunder King scenario on the Isle of Thunder
    • We've made the following changes and bugfixes are intended to address concerns about the balance of low- and high-level players in various Remix content.
      • The health of creatures in heroic scenarios has been decreased by 20% - 25%, based on the players' levels. Higher level players will see enemies incur a larger decrease.
      • The health and damage of creatures on the Timeless Isle, Isle of Giants, and Isle of Thunder has been reduced.
      • Several spell gems (that were not scaling up or down correctly based on player level) have been adjusted so that they provide a more-appropriate scaling effect. This includes  [Cold Front],  [Windweaver],  [Vampiric Aura], and  [Lightning Rod].
      • Spell gems with shielding effects should no longer cause threat.
      • Fixed a bug with  [Righteous Frenzy] not canceling upon the end of combat.
      •  [Timerunner's Vial] mana regen significantly increased.
    • Adjusted the reputation granted from Granite Quilen to be more in line with expected values.
    • Fixed an issue in Guo-Lai Halls causing trap tiles to flicker.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-20):
    • Shirts and tabards can now be purchased from Larah Treebender <World Apparel> at any Infinite Bazaar, Mei Steadypaw <Barber> outside the Shrine of Two Moons and the Shrine of Seven Stars, and Hanchoon Yi <Guild Master> at Paw'don Village, Honeydew Village, Shrine of Two Moons, and Shrine of Seven Stars.
    • Fixed a bug preventing Timerunners with a legendary  [Cloak of Infinite Potential] from accessing Ordon Sanctuary as intended.
    • Fixed an issue with the spawning of Voress'thalik which prevented the completion of "N [25-35] Devastation Below".
    • Fixed an issue preventing players from learning Amber Pterrordax.
    • Fixed a bug causing Gulp Frogs to unintentionally drop Lesser Charms of Good Fortune.
    • Enemy power scaling, particularly in group content, has been adjusted to be less aggressive. This is particularly applicable in the player level 40 - 70 range, before players have been able to power up their cloak, upgrade their gems, and increase their item level.
    • Gear drop-rates have been improved from world rares, rare elites, and quests. This will help players who have had their item levels fall behind as leveling speed increases, especially at higher levels when cloak bonus experience is powered up.
      • Developers' notes: This will also increase player Bronze and appearance acquisition by increasing the number of items to place into the Unraveling Sands for additional Bronze.
    • The first-time bonus for queueing each LFR wing will grant a  [Thread of Experience] in addition to the existing  [Lesser Bronze Cache].
      • Developers' notes: This should improve LFR as a viable choice for leveling main characters and alts, without players feeling like they need to grind the same LFR wing repeatedly.
    • We have added bonus experience to each boss in normal dungeons and scenarios so they are a viable alternative to questing. Bonus experience has also been adding to the last boss of Heroic Scenarios. Heroic dungeon bosses will continue to drop bonus experience.
    • We've increased the number of prismatic gems dropped from bosses in normal and heroic scenarios and dungeons.
      • Developers' notes: The increased stamina offered by Legendary Prismatic gems boosts player survivability considerably.
    • We have increased the Bronze granted from all qualities of Bronze Caches by 25%.
    • Fixed an issue where Sha-Skin Vestment was marked as Cosmetic instead of Cloth armor.
  • Dragonflight Hotfix (2024-05-16): Fixed a bug that initially prevented players who did not own Dragonflight from being able to learn Dragonriding from Lord Andestrasz in Remix: Pandaria. This was unintended.
  • Dragonflight Patch 10.2.7 (2024-05-07): Added.

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