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World of Warcraft August 7 patch 8.2 hotfixes

Azshara’s Eternal Palace and Crucible of Storms receive Mythic minded updates.

Blizzard issued hotfix patch 8.2 for World of Warcraft today. Notable changes were a knock down of 5.5% to Za’qul’s health pool on Mythic difficulty and players may now correct queue for cross-realm groups on Mythic difficulty for Crucible of Storms.

Full patch notes available below.

Dungeons and Raids

  • Azshara’s Eternal Palace
  • Za’qul, Harbinger of Ny’alotha
    • Za’qul’s health reduced by 5.5% on Mythic difficulty.
    • Dread and Manic Dread should no longer target healers unless not enough other targets are available on all difficulties.
    • Mind Tether now connects the primary tank to a random target if a second tank is unavailable on all difficulties.
    • Mind Tether now reflects 100% (was 50%) of the inflicted damage to the Mind Tethered partner on all difficulties.
  • Crucible of Storms
    • Crucible of Storms is now correctly available for cross-realm groups on Mythic difficulty.

Items

  • Azshara’s Font of Power now correctly removes stealth and applies Subterfuge when channeled by a stealthed Rogue.
  • Ashvane’s Razor Coral and Leviathan’s Lure’s debuffs now appear on enemy nameplates.
  • Heart of Azeroth
    • Fixed an issue causing Last Gift (Azerite Trait) to not proc correctly on healing spells cast onto friendly targets.
    • Fixed a bug causing The Ever-Rising Tide (Essence) to give extra stacks of Overcharge Mana to Restoration Druids casting Regrowth in certain situations.

Player versus Player

  • Notorious Gladiator’s Proto-Drake is now correctly displayed in the Mount Journal.

Quests

  • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented the Mechagon Reclamation Rig from activating its reset timer.
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