Hello everyone! My name is Gandalin, and welcome to another World of Warcraft guide. Today, we have another video in my series on hidden artifact appearances. Obtaining any of these appearances will award you with the Feat of Strength called Hidden Potential. In this video, we’ll be looking at the hidden appearances for monks. Note that you can obtain any of these appearances regardless of your current spec. First up is Brewmaster. This appearance is called Ancient Brewkeeper and is unlocked via the Legend of The Monkey King. This changes Fu Zan to have the look of a Mogu weapon. To obtain this appearance, you need to select the Brewhouse upgrade for Tier 2 of your Order Hall Advancement tree. This gives you access to the Bubbling Keg, which is located in the building to the northeast of the Scouting Map.
You can loot the Keg once a day, and it has a chance to contain the Legend of The Monkey King. Now let’s look at Mistweaver. This appearance is called Breath of the Undying Serpent, and is unlocked via the item of the same name. It gives Sheilun an appearance reminiscent of Yu’lon, the Jade Serpent, from Pandaria. The item for this appearance drops from the Dragons of Nightmare encounter in the Emerald Nightmare raid. The item drops on all difficulties, but is not guaranteed. You have one chance per difficulty per week to receive it. Finally, we have the Windwalker appearance, which is called Stormfist. It is unlocked via the item of the same name and makes your Fists of the Heavens look like rocky hands or, as some people call them, Hulk hands! The item for this appearance drops from the guaranteed chest at the end of the Withered Training Scenario. To access the scenario, you must unlock world quests and complete the first part of the Suramar story, as measured by the Nightfallen But Not Forgotten achievement.
At that point, Thalyssra will give you the quest Building an Army, which introduces you to the scenario. From then on, it will be available as a world quest every 3 days. You need at least 400 Ancient Mana to start it, but you can give Thalyssra up to 2000 Ancient Mana for a larger army. The idea of the scenario is to earn points by killing enemies in the Ruins of Falanaar using your withered army. The more points you earn, the better the rewards will be in the final chest. However, those rewards don’t improve beyond 425 points, so there isn’t much benefit to going beyond that threshold. It’s unclear if your score affects the chance that the appearance will drop, but it seems that there is at least a minimum score you need to earn before it does.
I haven’t heard of anyone getting the item with a score of 0, so I would suggest getting to the 425 point threshold I mentioned and then ending the scenario early, either by running back to the beginning, losing all your withered, or taking a killing blow. Make sure you loot the chest before you leave the scenario. Hopefully, you’ll find The Stormfist inside. And those are the hidden appearances for the monk artifacts. Remember that you can get any of the hidden appearances regardless of your current spec. And that’s it for this video! If this guide helped you, leave a comment down below, and give it a big thumbs up! Share this video with your friends, and let me know if there’s something you need help with! Subscribe to see all of my future videos! Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you next time!.
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