Dragonflight Blues News: Greedy Emissary and PTR Content

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Blizzard has shared a roundup of their official forum posts for the week, with a focus on PTR content and the Greedy Emissary Diablo IV promotional event. There is also some news included for the Call of the Crusade patch in WoW Classic.

First and foremost, Blizzard explained their reasoning in locking the final chapter of Embers of Neltharion behind raid progression, and clarified that the chapter will become available to all players regardless of raid progression when the next wing of Raid Finder opens.

For the Greedy Emissary event, they let us know that the Tyrael’s Charger mount and Horadric Haversack bag both have a high chance to drop from the first Treasure Goblin that is defeated each day. They also clarified that Diablo Charms will be disabled in instances to avoid giving anyone an unfair edge in competitive content. This was also included in the most recent hotfixes.

The latest PTR development notes were also posted this week, as well as a feedback thread for the upcoming Kalimdor Cup dragonriding races. Finally, there was a post explaining the install locations for PTR clients and their current availability.

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Final Campaign Quest for Embers of Neltharion: Access to the final campaign quest for Embers of Neltharion currently requires players to defeat Scalecommander Sarkareth. It will open to all players, regardless of progression, when the final Raid Finder wing releases in the coming weeks.

A Greedy Emissary In-game Event:

Latest Fractures in Time PTR Updates: The latest PTR development notes and feedback thread for the new Kalimdor Cup Dragonriding feature were posted this week.

PTR Client Install: Updates on the install locations for PTR clients were shared, explaining the differences and current availability across the different games.


Thoughts on the WoW Token: Additional thoughts were posted to explain why the WoW Token was implemented in Wrath Classic and provide some visibility into actions against exploitative accounts.

Classic Era Honor Reset: Updates to the Classic Era version of the game will require a complete reset of the current honor system.

Call of the Crusade PTR Testing: An explanation was posted on how the Anub’arak encounter works as intended with the block ability based on a bug fix done late in the original Wrath of the Lich King cycle.

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