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Season 9/10 Vicious Gladiator Promene Opreme u 4.2

Za one koji nisu razumeli dramu koja se dešava u vezi Arene, Blizzard je tajno ažurirao sav Season 9 Oklop u novi iLvL 371 predmete koji su zamenili stari 365. Na primer Vicious Gladiator's Armbands of Meditation (365) je zamenjen sa Vicious Gladiator's Armbands of Meditation (371).

Ova izmena nije bila retroaktivna i igrači koji su kupili njihovu opremu par dana posle patcha jednostavno su završili sa potrošnjom njihovih poena za malo stariju opremu, bez upozorenja Blizzarda.

Dosta tema je na zvaničnom forumu otvoreno povodom ovog problema, zbog čega nije bilo nekog zvaničnog obaveštenja. Za sada to je nepoznato, ja sam lično predpostavljao da Blizzard testira neki novi Tooltip code, sa starom opremom. Testiranje opreme dešava se skoro stalno, i bez ikakvog obaveštenja na zvaničnom sajtu ili zvaničnim patch informacijama.
 
Zarhym se inače oglasio povodom ovog problema, pa možete i sami pročitati o čemu se radi.

Originally Posted by Zarhym (Source)
Thanks for making a clear-cut thread summarizing why this is a big issue within the PvP community, Tauranewone. To keep communication on this as clear as possible, I'll try and clarify what has happened with the transition between Season 9 and 10, as well as give you our take. For everyone reading along, please do not create new threads on this issue. We'll be primarily watching this one and would prefer to keep our forums as easy to read as possible.

Before getting into it, I want you all to know that we've maintained an open dialog with our developers over the past 24 hours regarding the way in which the PvP season transition went down since patch 4.2 (this includes relaying a lot of the feedback we've seen on the forums to them). We agree that the mistakes made were very unfortunate and unfair to a lot of players. We're currently exploring some options to try and alleviate some of the misfortune many of you experienced while purchasing PvP gear in the last week.

First off, to be clear, we made two mistakes which led to the primary cause of frustration for players:

1) We noted that Conquest Points were going to be converted into Honor Points above the 4,000 cap with the release of patch 4.2, giving players one week to spend these excess points before the start of Season 10, at which point the 4,000 point cap would go into effect. Instead, the Honor Point cap intended to be enforced yesterday was applied at the same time Conquest Points were converted to Honor Points with patch 4.2. This led many players who saved Conquest Points up for the season transition to receive gold for any Honor Points above 4,000, rather than points above that cap. There wasn't a feasible solution for correcting the fact that the calculations had been run a week early.

2) We didn't notify players that we made a slight change to the way PvP gear is introduced each season. The change simply wasn't communicated among all of the other patch 4.2 changes, which was a big oversight on our part.

These two errors compacted each other. Players were left with no more than 4,000 Honor Points after patch 4.2, which led many players to farm more HP to buy Season 9 gear. Then, when Season 10 hit yesterday, Season 9 (ilvl 365) items were replaced with an HP tier of Season 10 (ilvl 371) items. Since players didn't know this would happen, many of you farmed HP and spent it on the Season 9 items prior to yesterday's maintenance.

Obviously most of you already know what happened and are very frustrated by it, but I just want to clarify the nature of the unrest, as well as the intended way this season transition was to happen. This is the way it should have worked, and how it should work going forward:

1) During any season, a low tier of current-season items will be available for purchase with Honor Points.

2) During any season, a high tier of current-season items will be available for purchase with Conquest Points.

3) At the end of any season, any remaining Conquest Points will be converted into Honor Points above the 4,000 cap.

4) In between seasons, the previous high tier of items becomes available for purchase with Honor Points, allowing anyone who could not previously afford them with CP one last chance to buy them using the excess Honor Points.

5) The new season begins. Honor Points are capped at 4,000 again. The previous season's sets are removed and replaced with current-season HP and CP items.

We've seen a lot of players ask what the purpose is of having Season 9 items available for purchase with Honor Points for a week, before replacing them with better items. The purpose was for people to spend their excess Honor Points on any leftover items, as once the next season starts players can't keep more than 4,000 HP to spend. Now, the reason why this intent wasn't evident to most players is because we capped HP a week too early, which made spending any Honor Points last week less than ideal. The reality is players would have been better off saving 4,000 HP for the start of Season 10 when ilvl 371 gear was released. But they had no way of knowing that.

That is about all of the information I have to share on this subject at the moment, but I want to remind you that the issues with this season transition are well on our radar. We know we messed up in multiple ways. This not only made our intentions very unclear, but led players to make choices to spend their Honor Points they otherwise probably would not have made.

If everything went according to plan, you probably would've spent any HP over the 4,000 cap last week on any remaining Season 9 items you maybe didn't have. You then would have saved 4,000 HP to get started on the low tier Season 10 items. This is the way we're looking at it and will let you know if and when we have more information to share.

Dnevne Blue Teme

Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
Soloing Firelands Raid Trash (Source)
If you're soloing Firelands trash, it's for a reason that will be corrected. We've already fixed several situations where this was possible, either by buffing the creatures, increasing the range of their abilities, or removing their loot/greatly reducing the rewards they provide.

[...] Most of the changes weren't just due to solo players killing creatures in there, or pug trash runs. Many of the loot tables just had much higher drop percentages than intended.

Racial traits balance in raid (Source)
Racial traits primarily exist to add flavor to each race, and to a lesser extent, situational advantages in line with the theme of each race. Naturally each one works better in some situations than others.

A player who wishes to can and should raid as Forsaken, or any other race that they enjoy playing. It's extremely unlikely that if a player has proven themselves capable, that a competent raid leader would turn them away based on their character's race. There are, after all, a very healthy number of Forsaken raiders active at this very moment.

[...] There are a number of ways to optimize a character outside of racials. I'm not saying that they can't be useful, or that certain racials aren't nice to have in certain circumstances (particularly in PvP) - that would be foolish.

I'm just saying that in general their importance has been over-emphasized. By and large, you can still be effective playing the race you want to play. The assertion that one cannot raid because they choose to play Forsaken is preposterous.

Season 9 Feats of Strength Bug (Source)
It wasn't intended for the mounts and titles to go out without their associated feats of strength. Unfortunately, this cannot be addressed via a hotfix and will require a client-side patch. The Season 9 feats of strength will be rewarded retroactively in a future patch to those who should have gotten them with the start of Season 10.

Ažurirana Blizzard Art Galerija

Firelands Raid Heroic Mode otključan na serverima

Heroic mode je upravo otključan na US serverima, a na EU očekujemo sutra. Većina guild-a je već počela da se bori da savlada heroic bosseve u FIrelend istanci, a do sada su već pala 3 bossa!.
  • Premonition je uspeo da savlada Shannox i Lord Rhyolith.
  • Blood Legion su savladali Beth'tilac. (nažalost screenshot još nije objavljen)
Sve čestitke Premontion i Bloog Legion guildu koji su već uspeli da veoma brzo savladaju ove bosseve.
 



Počela PvP Sezona 10

Vreme je da se ponovo krene u borbu za najboljeg gladiatora ili Heroja alijanse / horde. Arena Sezona 10 je počela, a to znači da je vreme uzeti novu opremu koju možete pogledati ovde:
 
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
PvP Season 10 has officially begun, and players can once again take to the Arenas and Rated Battlegrounds to compete for the new Ruthless Gladiator PvP sets!

All Team Ratings and Personal Ratings have been reset, and any Conquest Points from Season 9 have been converted to Honor Points. Any Honor Points above the cap were converted into gold at a rate of 35 silver per point. Matchmaking Ratings, however, will be carried over into Season 10.

Another important event that coincides with the start of Season 10 is the distribution of rewards from the previous season. Players who were in the top teams from each battlegroup at the end of season 9 should be receiving their end-of-season rewards approximately one week after the end of the last season. These include Arena-specific titles until the end of this new season and, for players who have earned the rank of gladiator, the Vicious Gladiator’s Twilight Drake. It's very important for players who feel that they may be eligible for Arena titles and/or the Vicious Gladiator’s Twilight Drake to refrain from transferring their characters to another realm or faction until all rewards have been received.

If you have any further questions about Arena and Rated Battleground rewards, please read the FAQ.

- Season 10 Gear List and FAQ

Dnevne Blue Teme

Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
Stats balance on gear (Source)
Stat balance on gear should be looked at via much more than just boss loot tables. We consider reputation gear, tailor gear, Valor gear and the tier sets when examining what's available to you. If you wish, you can have Spirit on every slot but your belt (which can still be reforged). The priest tier set has Spirit on all 5 slots.

Having said that, the mindset that only cloth with spirit is priest healer gear (and cloth with no spirit is never priest healer gear) is a mindset to be resisted. If that is allowed to set in, then all the fun of looking at a potential new piece of gear and deciding for yourself whether it is an upgrade for you is removed entirely.

Along those lines, something to keep in mind is that there is more to improving the healing you do in cloth than simply stacking spirit. As you increase spell power, haste, and crit, and your tank increases health, armor and avoidance, boss damage negates less of your mana in the first place.

Arena Season 10 Start and new gear (Source)
You are correct. The season transition and introduction of new PvP items was different this time around, and we apologize for the lack of advanced warning.

The Season 9 set was removed today. The items available for purchase with Honor Points are now considered lower tier Season 10 items. They are still the same items from Season 9 in terms of aesthetics, but the item level and stats are slightly higher to ensure that the Season 10 honor gear has the correct item level relative to the Season 10 conquest gear.

It's likely this is how things will work going forward and we'll be sure to make that more clear when the next season transition takes place.

New basic transition flow:

1) Season X ends and rated play is unavailable; Season X gear becomes available for purchase with HP; CP is wiped.
2) One week later Season Y starts and rated play is available; Season X gear is removed entirely; Season Y introduces a low tier of items which replace Season X vendor items and are available for HP; Season Y introduces the new top items available for CP and rated play.

Lava Bolt Crossbow / Lava Bolt Crossbow sounds like a gun (Source)
This is a known issue for which we have a fix. The crossbow shouldn't sound like a gun. 'Cause that'd be silly.

Updating sound files requires a client-side patch, so unfortunately this cannot be addressed via a hotfix.

2011 Arena Pass Closes – The Battle is Over

I napokon se završila borba na Arena Pass 2011 serveru. Slede zvanične informacije...
 
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
You and your team have been fighting hard. Your armor is singed by magic and soaked with blood.

And now, after weeks of intense arena action, the last phase of the 2011 World of Warcraft Arena Pass has finally come to an end and the realm will be going offline.

What about your prizes?

Got your eyes on the prizes? Will you get an Armored Murloc or the ‘Vanquisher’ title, and if so, when? You can check out the FAQ to confirm your prize eligibility.

Should you be eligible, the pet will be mailed to the characters on your account and the title will be received by characters level 71 or higher within four weeks from the end of the Arena Pass service.

What are the final scores?

We’ll publish the final standings very soon, right here on this site

Thank you for your participation and your heroic efforts on the field of combat. We hope you enjoyed yourself!

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