Legion Timewalking will reward recolored Tier 20 sets in patch 9.1.5
When I initially wrote this post, I said it was possible that Tier 20 sets from Tomb of Sargeras would return in some form once patch 9.1.5 goes live and Legion Timewalking brings the 2016 expansion’s content to Shadowlands. I am now pleased to inform you that there is a confirmation from Blizzard that yes, the Mage Tower is returning as part of Legion Timewalking in patch 9.1.5. And yes, the rewards are being updated to the various Tier 20 lookalikes that were datamined earlier.
In case you don’t remember, the Tier 20 sets were essentially revamps of the original Tier 6 Black Temple/Mount Hyjal raid sets, with higher detail and several color variants. And instead of rewarding special Artifact appearances from the Mage Tower, Legion Timewalking will reward these armor sets. This isn’t surprising, because those Artifact appearances were the result of a lot of hard work by players racing to complete the Mage Tower and unlock them before the end of the expansion, and just letting players come along and complete them now wouldn’t feel great for those players — thus the need for a new series of rewards, patterned after the Tier 20 Mythic difficulty armor sets but with distinctive color palettes.
The new Mage Tower will have the same content rebalanced for the current game
So what will you be doing in the new Mage Tower? Well, the encounters will be basically the same series of quests ending in the same encounters as before. According to CM Kaivax, the encounters will not require an Artifact this time around.
Originally Posted by Kaivax (Official Post)
In Legion Timewalking, the Mage Tower will operate similarly to how it did during Legion. The original seven different Challenges (grouped by your specialization’s role) will be available to try repeatedly, for the duration of Legion Timewalking:
- “Closing the Eye” for Frost Death Knight, Havoc Demon Hunter, Survival Hunter, Subtlety Rogue, and Arms Warrior.
- “An Impossible Foe” for Unholy Death Knight, Feral Druid, Fire Mage, Outlaw Rogue, Elemental Shaman, and Fury Warrior.
- “The God-Queen’s Fury” for Arcane Mage, Retribution Paladin, Assassination Rogue, Enhancement Shaman, and Demonology Warlock.
- “Feltotem’s Fall” for Beast Mastery Hunter, Windwalker Monk, Discipline Priest, and Destruction Warlock.
- “The Highlord’s Return” for Blood Death Knight, Vengeance Demon Hunter, Guardian Druid, Brewmaster Monk, Protection Paladin, and Protection Warrior.
- “End of the Risen Threat” for Restoration Druid, Mistweaver Monk, Holy Paladin, Holy Priest, and Restoration Shaman.
- “Thwarting the Twins” for Balance Druid, Marksmanship Hunter, Frost Mage Shadow Priest, and Affliction Warlock.
Each Challenge comprises a series of solo encounters that must be completely survived to earn rewards, and in Legion Timewalking, they will not require that you have an Artifact, or even that you originally played Legion. While the Challenges were considered quite difficult for most of Legion, we’re tuning the encounters in Timewalking to normalize player power, with the intention of providing a meaningful level of difficulty to current players.
Rebalancing the encounters for the current game makes sense — not all current players were even playing during Legion, for example, and our Artifacts are outdated and don’t grant the special powers they once did, so the encounters need to be balanced for the abilities players actually have now, not ones they once did. But with the Artifact appearances gone, what about those recolored tier sets?
Your new Mage Tower rewards
Not all the available sets that Wowhead has datamined are listed in the official forum post — the sets we can see there are the Tier 20 Monk, Druid, Demon Hunter, Death Knight,Rogue, and Mage sets. Of these looks, I think the Mage set really works well with a solid color update, as does the Monk set, but the Druid and Demon Hunter sets both leave me underwhelmed. Death Knights get a pretty good color for their Unholy spec, while I find the Rogue Tier 20 recolor to be pretty bland overall.
But we also have the ones Wowhead datamined, from this snazzy Warlock ensemble in a lovely blood red coloration to the Hunter eyeball set — still a bit of an acquired taste and not one I’ve managed to acquire, sadly for me — but I do think I like the colors better on the new version. The Shaman set is also pretty good.
Meanwhile, I think the Priest set, using the Tier 20 Mythic version of Tier 6, the Absolution set, is simply flawless and I agree that it feels tailor made for a Shadow Priest. And as for the Warrior set — while I really liked the LFR, Normal, and Heroic Tier 20 sets for Warriors, the Mythic Tier 20 Titanic Onslaught set always look ridiculously busy to me, especially in the head and shoulders, and I’m not sure that giving it a different color scheme does anything to make me like it more. It’s not bad but compared to that Priest recolor, it feels lacking.
Then again, ain’t nobody beating that Priest set, not even the Paladin recolors can do that. I definitely think the Priest set is the winner this time around.
Also, if you are a Druid and you never got the Werebear appearance — maybe you weren’t playing yet, or you just didn’t bother — you’ll have a chance to get a fel-corrupted Werebear. Heck, even if you do have the original Werebear appearance, it might be worth picking up this variant. In addition, if you’re an altoholic, completing all seven challenges on different characters will give you an achievement and a new mount, the Soaring Spelltome. Yes, thatSoaring Spelltome. The one we all failed to vote for, seduced by gelatinous cats and giant trees. Well, now we’re getting it anyway… if you can clear the Mage Tower’s many encounters.
So that’s the news about the upcoming Mage Tower in patch 9.1.5’s Legion Timewalking. Yay for new transmog! Yay for horribly fel corrupted Druid Werebear form! Yay for flying books!
Originally posted 9/7/2021. Updated 9/21/21.
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World Of WarCraft: 15 Best Transmog Sets For Warlocks
World of WarCraft's transmog system allows for greater visual customization of characters far beyond that of the barbershop. Even with the latest customization options added in 9.0, it's transmog that makes characters truly unique. With nearly 20 years of content and thousands of pieces of armor to choose from, the style possibilities are endless.
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When it comes to Warlocks, Blizzard has a fairly strong history of class set designs. Even the original Felheart Raiment set from tier 1 left both an iconic and lasting impression. It's not just tier sets that make great transmog options, however. Some players get creative, mixing and matching various sets and individual pieces together to create a distinctive Warlock that looks like nothing or no one else in the game.
Updated May 21, 2021 by Erik Petrovich:With the addition of the Shadowlands expansion for World of Warcraft, a huge number of new transmog fits and options are available for players. Each covenant has its own unique sets for each type of armor, and while some don't match the personality of the Warlock class, others fit Warlocks to a T. Players have also gone back to older content to find transmog options, resulting in popular looks from years past returning to current World of Warcraft fashion.
15 Venthyr Covenant Ebony Armor Set
The Venthyr covenant in World of Warcraft Shadowlands is home to the vampire-like Venthyr of Revendreth. While working through the story quests for the Venthyr, the player will slowly construct the red-and-steel-themed armor set unique to these otherworldly tormentors.
It's the perfect fit for a Warlock wanting to bring a bit of classic vampiric Chic to their aesthetic, and the wings almost make the player look like a summoned demon themself.
14 Necrolord Covenant Bladesworn Armor Set
The covenant armor set for the Necrolord Covenant, based in Maldraxxus, is one fit for any style of Warlock who doesn't mind showing off a bit of skin. The set closely resembles the style of the various powerful Liches in World of Warcraft, including sharp spikes and ghostly phylactery-like detailing.
The set also turns the wearer's eyes a misty green and comes with rune-embedded sandals. This set is fully earned while completing the Necrolord Covenant questline.
13 Legacy of Azj'Aquir Set
The Legacy of Azj'Aquir set is an armor set that first debuted in The Nighthold raid in World of Warcraft's Legion expansion in 2017. The set is perfectly emblematic of a Warlock's prowess in combat – the helmet on its own makes the wearer resemble a horned demon.
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Each piece of this set drops from bosses throughout The Nighthold raid, including the armor set pieces that don't give the wearer a bonus. A few runs through this old raid should net all the pieces needed to look as terrifying as the Warlock's summoned allies.
12 Castle Nathria Cloth Armor Cosmetic Set
The cloth armor set that comes from drops throughout Castle Nathria is one that resembles a Plague Doctor from the Black Plague of the 1300s in Europe. While Warlocks aren't known for poisonous attacks, they are known for whittling down enemy health with damage-over-time attacks.
The Plague Doctor set drops from bosses throughout the Shadowlands raid Castle Nathria, most of which can be upgraded with Valor – no more farming stronger versions of the same gear over and over again!
11 Kyrian Covenant Discordant Armor Set
The Kyrian Covenant's unique armor set is the Discordant armor set, which while simple in design is perfectly suited for the Shadowlands-faring Warlock. The Kyrian are also one of the better covenant pairings with the Warlock class, making this an even better transmog option.
The set pieces are all earned while completing the Kyrian Covenant questline in Bastion, and can be enhanced with a new haircut to suit your personal preferences.
10 Custom: Eredar Lord
Three very popular armor pieces among Warlocks come from the final boss of Mythic Difficulty Hellfire Citadel in Warlords of Draenor, a very divisive expansion. Archimonde drops his own armor, previously unobtainable. It's not a set, but the three pieces are the only ones of their kind in the game and match well with many different armor options.
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This custom set, inspired by the Eredar Lord himself, utilizes Demon Prince's Ascendant Crown, Mantle of the Eredar Lord, and the staff known as Edict of Argus which drops from the same boss. The Wanderer's Stitched Trousers fit the whole aesthetic, but only the female variant of these pants work for the set. Additionally, the Gnomish Casting Boots match very well.
9 Cataclysmic Gladiator's Felweave Armor (Elite Recolor)
The Cataclysmic Gladiator's Felweave Armor set is a great option for Warlocks. For this transmog, go for the elite recolor with more red tones. It's vicious-looking and tells the world this Warlock is ready for war.
Combine the set with Plundered Flamecaster Stave and the 3D Boots of Wrought Shadow for extra dimension. Overall, it makes for a particularly evil and witchy armor set with a nostalgic feel for long-time Warlock PvPers.
8 Corruptor Raiment
No Warlock's transmog collection is complete without the fan-favorite Corruptor Raiment. It's a stunning set from The Burning Crusade that still holds up today. This dark and brooding armor is the epitome of Warlock fashion and a perfect match for all three specs. It's adorned with chains, spikes, skulls, and glowing eyes.
Combine the set with the Brutal Gladiator's Battle Saff and Vindicator's Silk Footguards for an all-around match. Leave the belt off as the designs around the waist stand out and beg for 3D elements in an updated version.
7 Malefic Raiment
Warlocks must at least collect the helm from the Malefic Raiment if nothing else. It comes with a flashy effect that causes demon wings to sprout from the Warlock's back and flap menacingly. The whole set together, however, is both nostalgic and intimidating. Everything glows with an eerie, burning red as if the Warlock just sprung forth from hellfire.
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Combine it with Infernoweave Boots for matching color as well as Zhar'doom, Greatstaff of the Devourer for an additional demonic pet. If any demon asks, tell them it was the last fel hunter who dared disobey commands. If the retro style of this set is a turn-off, consider the updated version that drops from Tomb of Sargeras in Legion.
6 Custom: Oh So Charming
Those seeking a more regal look or simply want to be a student of Scholomance, look no further than the Oh So Charming set by the Fel Fashion blog. It's an interesting aesthetic that many who play Warlocks may not even consider.
This set includes mostly Cataclysm pieces such as Mantle of the Faceless Shroud, Anraphet's Regalia, and Evelyn's Belt. Combine it with the Charmed Cierge Staff and Crafted Malevolent Gladiator's Treads of Alacrity to become the best student Scholomance Necromancer Academy has ever seen.
5 Conqueror's Deathbringer Garb (25 Man Recolor)
Fans of Warhammer Fantasy might appreciate the Conqueror's Deathbringer Garb. It includes haunting raven skulls and black feathers similar to those worn by the followers of the Raven God. What even the oldest Warlocks of Azeroth may not know is that deep under the dark cowl, there are glowing eyes.
While all three colors of the Deathbringer Garb are great options, purple stands out as one of the best. Combine it with the Heroic recolor of Lightning Rod and Pale Corpse Boots for this entire look. It doesn't quite match the raid it comes from at all, yet remains one of the most iconic tier sets in the game.
4 Gul'dan's Regalia
Some demonic masters wear their faction badges proudly. Horde Warlocks who enjoy showing a bit of patriotism in the field without wearing the standard-issue armor might prefer Gul'dan's Regalia. This rather spikey, Horde-only set comes from Trial of the Crusader in Wrath of the Lich King.
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Combine it with the Sulfur Stave and Plague Scientist's Boots and become a true menace of the frozen north. That staff's color scheme matches the set nicely and adds more of a demonic feel to the overall set. Dawn the armor of a Demonic Crusader and put an end to the wrath of the Lich King.
3 Dark Coven Regalia (10 Man Heroic Recolor)
Become a true harvester of souls with the Dark Coven Regalia 10 Man Heroic Recolor. This set comes from 10-Man Heroic Icecrown Citadel in Wrath of the Lich King. Between the stitches, plaid design, and glowing purple runes, all will fear the malevolent scarecrow from hell.
Combine this set with the purple variant of the Scepter of Sargeras and (Heroic) Icecrown Spire Sandals for a complete look. Harvest souls and summon an army of little minions to cause chaos across the land.
2 Custom: The Beast of Deadwind Pass
They say among all the horrors that haunt the forboding trails of Deadwind Pass, one among them is feared the most. The custom Beast of Deadwind Pass set creates the guise of a robed psychopath who's completely blind and compelled by a giant void eye.
This set makes use of several unique pieces of armor such as the Circlet of the Chosen Dead from the Ensemble earned from Trial of Valor in Legion. The robes themselves consist of the Corrupted Aspirant's Silk set featuring robes, gloves, cord, and treads. What really pulls the set together is the caged eyeball, Uhnish Vwah, as well as the blade, Wintersail Sabre. While custom sets are neat, it's very easy to stumble into hilarious territory if players don't match colors well enough.
1 Shadow Council's Garb (Mythic Design)
Who doesn't want their Warlock to look like Gul'dan? Collect the armor of the Great Betrayer from Mythic difficulty Blackrock Foundry in Warlords of Draenor. Only the Mythic version of this class set is reminiscent of Gul'dan's armor. Adorned with spikes, skulls, and chains galore, the should piece occasionally lights up in fel flames, inspiring fear into all those who witness it.
For the complete look, combine the set with Seeking Ember Girdle, Furnace Stoker's Footwraps, and the Replica Staff of Gul'dan from the WarCraft film promotional period. While the set was originally worn on an old orc, it looks great on just about any Warlock whether they try to steal the power of the Nightwell or not.
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Each class has an armour set available to them that can be purchased in their class hall. The set has 8 pieces and has a similar aesthetic look to that of the Mists of Pandaria Challenge Mode set for each class.
Obtaining the Armor Set
Pieces of the armor set are sold by your Class Order Hall's Quartermaster for 500 . Before you can purchase them, you need to unlock them. Here are the unlock conditions (as well as their starting item level):
- Helm (810): complete a quest in the class hall after reaching 110;
- Shoulders (850): reach exalted with the Nightfallen reputation;
- Chest (830): finish your order hall campaign;
- Wrists (810): recruit 6 champions in your class hall;
- Gloves (820): reach honoured with the Nightfallen reputation;
- Belt (840): earn a total of 100,000 Artifact Power;
- Legs (820): clear every Legion dungeon, regardless of difficulty;
- Boots (840): reach revered with 2 different Broken Isles factions.
Upgrading the Armor Set
You can upgrade the armor that you get in this set by purchasing upgrade items in your class hall, except for items that start at item level 840 or 850.
With the introduction of the Broken Shore, you can now upgrade your class armour set to item level 870 with your class' version of the Grandiose Armor Kit. You can obtain them via world quests on the Broken Shore, but only after you have recruited your last champion by completing Champions of Legionfall.
Armor Set Bonuses
Each set has specific set bonuses that apply to the class that uses them. You can find all of the sets, as well as their bonuses in the links below.
- 17 Apr. 2018: Added new upgrade items, as well as changed costs to fit newest patches.
- 29 Aug. 2016: Guide added.
10 Most Epic Tier Sets In World Of Warcraft
With over 15 years of content to experience, World of Warcraft has no shortage of awesome armor. Almost every new raid comes with a set for every class to don. Some have incredible bonuses, making the whole greater than the sum of its parts. It isn't just the DPS increase that makes certain armor iconic though.
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Many tier sets have become legendary for their looks, coveted by dedicated transmogrifiers everywhere. Some classes are lucky enough to have many gorgeous enviable tier sets (Warlocks!) and others have very few to choose from (Hunters). To keep the list more balanced, we've limited entries to one per featured class. Here are 10 of the most epic tier sets available in World of Warcraft.
When you think of a holy warrior of the light, the paladin's Judgement set comes to mind. Their Tier 2 armor drops from a combination of Molten Core, Onyxia, and Blackwing Lair. However, the most iconic pieces like the shoulders and the robe drop from the last two bosses in BWL. In Vanilla, this armor alone made other classes quiver with envy.
Judgment captures the essence of a high-end raider with its red and gold motif, accented by chains and swords. However close it may teeter towards the edge, it never crosses the line into gaudy territory. Unlike some of the more over-the-top, gigantic and glowing armor of today, Judgement is just understated enough while adhering to class fantasy.
Like the Judgement Set, the Warlock's Tier 5 armor defined everything their class was meant to be. Tokens obtained from bosses within Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep could be exchanged for this demonic set. Every warlock drooled over players with this garb. Not only did it look awesome, but not too many people were able to complete those raids enough times to complete the set. Owning a full set of Tier 5 was a status symbol.
Still, let's not overlook how awesome this armor is. The giant spikes adorned with tiny skulls screams of some ritualistic sacrifice. For those making their living enslaving demons, that's a good thing. Black and red robes made the warlock look mystic, evil, and stained with blood.
Speaking of status symbols, nothing was more of a head-turner than Tier 3. Naxxramas, the final raid of Vanilla, barely saw any guild capable of cleansing its plague-infested halls. Few were capable of killing even a few bosses, let alone facing off against Kel'thuzad. Seeing anyone in Tier 3 was impressive, but Warriors had one of the best-looking sets ever made.
It beautifully matched the theme of the Lich King's necropolis. The skull shoulder pads and thick helmet were statement pieces that managed to not look tacky due to their more subtle color palette of black and blue. Before the third expansion, owning the Dreadnaught armor was the only way to cosplay as a Death Knight!
7 Blind Absolution
Legion's Tomb of Sargeras raid saw graphical overhauls for many of TBC's iconic tier sets. One of the best redesigns was that of Blind Absolution, the Priest Tier 20. Originally released as Tier 6, the tokens dropped mainly from the Black Temple. Blind Absolution, specifically the Normal Mode coloration, remains very faithful to the original.
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The lines are simply crisper, the details more noticeable, and the colors more vibrant. Although not pictured, the belt saw the most significant changes. It became slightly bulkier with its jewel-adornments. Tier 20 Normal looks just like Tier 8, only prettier.
6 Frost Witch
There are a few Shaman sets that deserve to be considered epic. We just love Frost Witch for its naturalistic themes. Whoever is wearing Tier 10 looks a bit like a frozen buck. Considering that Tier 10 was released during Wrath of the Lich King, we think that's pretty thematically consistent. Technically, the blue version of the armor is considered Tier 10.5.
To get it, the item level 251 version of a piece plus a Protector's Mark of Sanctification needed to be given to Matilda Brightlink in Dalaran. This meant obtaining the armor required a combination of purchases, drops from Icecrown Citadel and Vault of Archavon. While the red version was higher quality, the blue version was the best looking.
Another Tier 10 look, the 25 Normal version of Death Knight Tier 10 made players feel epic. The recolors (red, yellow, and purple) had the same design but just looked so much worse. While many people are sick of the blue Death Knight transmog, it's obvious why so many choose a black and blue motif.
The colors are integral to the class. It looks almost like Lich King roleplay. For a Death Knight, that's a pretty understandable look. Other plate-wearing classes can get the red and purple lookalike set, but blue is reserved for the original.
Druids have always been one with nature, and few other sets present that theme as well as Nordrassil. Their Tier 5, found in Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep, made Druid players happy in its beautiful simplicity. Previous sets like Cenarion and Stormrage took the natural look a bit too far, giving Druids giant antlers or bulky leafy shoulder pads.
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Nordrassil still gave some antlers, but the helmet looked more like a well-fitted crown. The green and brown of the robes and shoulders resembled tree bark and leaves without overtly throwing "I am one with the forest" in your face. Plus the little pops of purple added interest to the design in all the right places.
Paladins weren't the only ones who received an iconic set in Blackwing Lair. The Rogue's Tier 2 set, Bloodfang, became a staple for style-enthusiasts across Azeroth. Black and red, as shown with the Warlocks, are two colors that just fit together perfectly.
The dark look helps Rogues blend into the shadows. The large hood conceals their identity, while the leather looks flexible enough to provide perfect mobility. On the whole, Bloodfang is fairly simple. It looks like the regalia of a master assassin. We wish it was always so easy to look this good.
2 Red Crane
It's hard to deny the similarities between the Red Crane set and Raiden from Mortal Combat. With the hat, the shape of the shoulders, the color scheme, and even the shirt, there's quite a bit of inspiration here. The Monk's Tier 14 takes that look and infuses it with giant energy orbs. It looks almost sci-fi in its execution. Most of the Monk's tier sets are kind of campy. This one is no different, but at least it's also pretty fun.
Yes, the mythic version of the Demon Hunter's Tier 20 is excessive. Yes, it has giant fell spikes coming out of the shoulders and the gloves. Yes, that is a blindfolded skull on his belt buckle. Yes, it is quite revealing on both male and female models. Yes, we like it anyways.
Firstly, the impractical ax-shaped helmet was a serious design risk that only Demon Hunters could pull off. Something about the simple yet sexy chest armor speaks to us. The armor can be toned down by keeping only the shoulders, gloves, or belt, and swapping the others with simpler pieces. Either way, we respect the concept behind the set.
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Legion Order Halls Set Preview
Class Order Halls in Legion are distinctive zones unique to each class where you can work on your artifact and progress on the Order Hall Campaign. This article provides an overview of what you'll find in each class' Order Hall!
Getting to the Order HallTo get to your Order Hall, most classes will have to enter via a portal in Dalaran. These portals are scattered around the city with related NPCs outside the portal:
Priest and Paladin: Faction's Battle Hall, Greyfang Enclave and Windrunner's Sanctuary.
Shaman: Portal by Dalaran Flight Area.
Demon Hunter: Use Glide to fly to a small island nearby Dalaran.
Rogue: Show your insignia to several shopkeepers in Dalaran to enter a secret passageway. These shops are marked by ravens sitting overhead.
Warlock: Pathway to the sewers.
Hunter: Special network of eagle flightpaths. Talk to Talua to fly to Trueshot Lodge.
Warrior: Step into the Val'kyr's light on Krasus' Landing, then hit the button to jump to Halls of Valor.
Death Knights, Druids, Mages, and Monks have teleports: Death Gate, Dreamwalk, Teleport: Hall of the Guardian, Zen Pilgrimage
Each class has some unique flavor. Here are some examples:
Druids have a set of Emerald Dreamway portals to other iconic nature zones. The Dreamgrove is also home to two pets: Broot and Nightmare Lasher
Rogues get an additional BMAH NPC. The vault also contains Suspicious Crate.
Shamans have a totem version of "Light's Out." Winning this game rewards Lava Fountain. This Order Hall is also home to the pet Snowfang
Warriors can duel each other in the Sparring Arena. The arena event rewards Stormforged Vrykul Horn.
Demon Hunters and Warlocks can get the pet Hateful Eye from their respective Order Halls.
Order Hall ActivitiesWhy travel to your Order Hall There are several things you can do there:
Change the appearance of your Artifact. While you can add Artifact Power to your weapon and select traits anywhere in the world, you need to head back to the Order Hall to change its look.
Refund Artifact Traits.
Giving NPCs books so they can research them to increase your Artifact Knowledge.
Complete Order Hall missions. These missions are much less frequent than Garrison Missions. Their rewards also encourage you to go out into the world and complete more content. For example, the dungeon mission Investigate Darkheart Thicket rewards the quest item Vial of Poisoned Blood which in turn sends you to the instance. There are also Champions and Troops, instead of followers.
Turn in some class-specific quests to further the lore of your class. These have some major lore spoilers and shed some light on your class. We have been playing through some of them on the Legion Alpha (spoilers): Death Knight Four Horsemen, Paladin Meeting of the Silver Hand, Shaman Return of the Windlord, Warlock Searching the Archives.
Retrieve the Grand Challenger's Bounty, a reward for completing a Mythic+ dungeon with a keystone the week before.
Visit the Quartermaster to purchase Order Hall armor sets, transmog weapons, armor set upgrades, and some books to learn cosmetic abilities.
In a Class Order Hall, you can mingle with other members of your class, of both factions!
To learn more, check out our Order Hall Missions, Order Advancement and Champions databases.
Order Hall Armor SetsEach class can purchase an 8-piece set from their Order Hall. These will resemble Mists of Pandaria Challenge Mode gear with some modifications. Each item is acquired a different way:
Helm - simple Order Hall quest
Wrists - Recruit 6 Champions for Order Hall.
Gloves - Honored with Nightfallen.
Leggings - Revered with 3 Broken Isles reputations.
Feet - Defeat the final boss of every Legion Dungeon.
Chest - Complete your Class Order Campaign.
Belt - Earn 50,000 Artifact Power.
Shoulders - Exalted with the Nightfallen.
To 810: Honored with Nightfallen. Cost: 5000
To 825: Defeat the final boss of every Legion dungeon, on any difficulty. Cost: 10000
To 840: Reach Exalted with the Night fallen. Cost: 15000
Order Hall AdvancementPlayers can use Order Resources to fill out a special Order Advancement tech tree. There are six tiers of abilities, and players can choose between two options for tiers 1 through 5.
The first tier is a choice between increasing success chance of the first mission per day, or increasing the chance that quest rewards have rare or epic upgrades.
The second tier has a class-specific perk like an Eagle Network for hunters or a special mount for Mounted Combat, or an ability which increases the success chance for missions.
The third tier increases the amount of troops you can recruit, or allows you to place Work Orders for Champion equipment.
The fourth tier lets you choose between ways in which your troops can become stronger.
The fifth tier is a bit inconsistent. Options range from getting a Work Order for raid loot bonus rolls to unlocking stronger troops to instantly completing a World Quest on your map.
The sixth tier increases the number of legendary items which can be equipped. It is also related to unlocking the third artifact relic slot.
In addition, each option will take time to research, with the final option requiring 14 days.
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