Wow Patch 9.2.5: New card for Tirisfal

Like the DataMiners from found out, WoW Patch 9.2.5 is a small update for lower town and the Tirisfal area. Until Battle for Azeroth, the ruins of Lordaeron were home to the undead in World of Warcraft, but since the attack of the Allianz Tirisfal is considered fought.

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With the coming WoW update, the area is supposed to get a new scenario missed, in which it is probably about reconstruction. Much is not known about this quest series. All we know so far is that the poisonous fog of the disease, which has made the city uninhabitable so far, disappears with patch 9.2.5. The toxic gases can not be seen at least on the new card anymore.

A new scenario for the undead?

There are two more exciting details discovered in Data for WoW Patch 9.2.5. For example, the hidden model of Calia Menethil would be there. The light-funded Undead is the successor of Sylvanas, which dropped the abandoned and the Horde like a hot potato at the end of Battle for Azeroth. We suspect that Calia Menethil in Patch 9.2.5 gets a brief appearance in a story quest or even a scenario. Suitable for this there are several new stations that play a role in the said quest series.

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    Brightwater Lake
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    Garren’s Haunt
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    The North Coast
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    Cold Hearth Manor
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Calston Estate

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Death’s Watch Waystation

The WoW community hopes that the abandoned patch 9.2.5 get a scenario in which it’s about the future of undead in World of Warcraft (Buy Now). Maybe the abandoned will soon return to Unterstadt. The players also wait that Calia Menethil officially assumes their role as a new leader of the undead.

Maybe Blizzard connects the scenario but also with a new tradition for the abandoned ones. However, developers have always published these quest series pairwise. If the undead gets its traditions, then a second people will also be pleased about new folk-specific outfits. Of course, only the night elves come into question at this point. Like the undead, the Kaldorei have lost their homeland in Battle for Azeroth.

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