Hello everyone! My name is Gandalin and welcome to another World of Warcraft guide! Today I’m gonna tell you everything you need to know about Patch 7.3.2! But before I do that, I just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who subscribed to my channel! I hit 1000 subs last week, and I’m just blown away by the support! I really don’t know how to express my gratitude other than to say 1000 thank yous! If you’re watching this video and aren’t subscribed, what are you doing?! Go hit that subscribe button and join in on the awesomeness! All right, on to the video! Patch 7.released with maintenance the week of October 24th and is a very small patch centered around tweaks and preparation for the upcoming raid: Antorus, the Burning Throne.

Most of the changes in this patch won’t actually be seen until the raid releases, and as of this video, we still don’t know when that will be. If I had to guess at a release date, I would say after BlizzCon, so probably November 7th or 14th. Okay, let’s jump right into this patch! I’ll start with the changes that are not tied to Antorus and are available now. First up, a Primal Sargerite trader has been added to the Vindicaar. You can find Maras on the lower level of the ship near the Veiled Argunite vendor.

He should have a quest exclamation point(!) above his head if you’ve never talked to him before. You can give him 1 Primal Sargerite in exchange for your choice of 10 of the new Argus crafting materials. He also sells the new epic gems for the price of 10 Primal Sargerite. Next, a quick update to Order Hall missions. They’ve added 3 new ones that award the new champion armor sets that were added in Patch 7.3. This should help you see missions that give those rewards more often. Next up are the class changes. There were a very small number of class changes made to certain specs in this patch.

Nothing major. A few talent and honor talent tweaks. Balance Druids and Elemental Shamans each had one artifact trait redesigned. And some other small updates here and there. To see the full list, check out the Wowhead link in the description box. They’ve compiled all the changes for you to read through. Also take a look at the link for the official patch notes. There are a few other small changes that they made that I didn’t cover. The notes are very brief, so it won’t take you long to look through them. And that’s pretty much it for what’s available right now.

The rest of the video is going to cover changes that won’t be available until the Antorus raid opens. Something else you’ll see on the Wowhead list of changes that I mentioned are the upgrades to the Tier 21 set bonuses. This gear will drop from Antorus, so you can’t get any of the pieces yet, but at least you can preview how they’ll modify your spec’s rotation and play style. Next are the changes to Legendaries. Blizzard has added new Bind-on-Account legendary tokens that allow you to identify a random Legendary for the indicated class. These are only available to the players that have already received all the Legendaries that their class can use. Before this change, if you had all your class’s Legendaries, that’s it, you wouldn’t get any more. Now, you can have one of these tokens drop in place of a Legendary. Presumably, they’ll be obtainable from all the same sources as Legendary gear. These tokens are not tied to the launch of Antorus and are available now. There are also some updates to Legendaries that will release with the raid.

First, all new Legendaries that drop will be item level 1000. Existing ones you already have will not change, but we will get a new system to upgrade them. This works the same way that the 970 upgrade system works. You’ll need to collect 50 Wakening Essences to create an Awoken Titan Essence. This will let you upgrade one of your Legendaries to 1000. You’ll have to repeat it for each one you want to upgrade. We’ll probably get the Wakening Essences from similar sources as the last upgrade quest, meaning weekly Mythic+ chests and PvP rewards, Antorus raid bosses, emissary caches, and the first Legion Heroic dungeon you do each day. There are also 2 new Legendaries that will be available from Antorus. The first is the Insignia of the Grand Army, which I already mentioned in my Patch guide. This will come from a quest that you get from defeating the final boss of the raid.

It increases the effects of the Tier 2 Netherlight Crucible passives on your relics by 50%. The other Legendary that has been added is Aman’Thul’s Vision, which is part of the set of Pantheon trinkets that I’m going to talk about next. Ok, so what are these Pantheon trinkets? Well, they are a set of 6 trinkets that all drop from the final boss in Antorus and interact with each other in a very interesting way. Each trinket has a proc that benefits the user and a secondary buff that is only active when you are empowered by the Pantheon. This happens when there are 4 unique Pantheon trinket buffs active in your group at the same time. The details are a little complex, so I’m going to dedicate a whole video to explaining them. I’m going to hold off on that one until Antorus releases, in case there are any changes to how they function. And there you have it! That’s everything you need to know about Patch 7.3.2. As I said at the beginning, this is a pretty small patch that’s mostly focused on getting ready for the launch of the Antorus raid.

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