Here are a few things your multiboxing team can expect in the upcoming Warlords of Draenor
The new 20-man Mythic Raids will make it easier for you to figure out which PvE guild is the best. The Highmaul raid will be located in Nagrand and will have 7 bosses. It is expected to open in the 2nd week after the release of the expansion, which gives you time to explore new zones and level your multiboxing team without having to rush to level 100. Blackrock Foundry will follow a few weeks later with 10 bosses for your team to face.
Expect raids to be less linear than in Mists of Pandaria. This means that if your raid has multiple wings, your guild could pick your bosses depending on the available roster for that night. Also, healing mechanics will be a little different than in the past. Your healer will need to select the right skill, at the right time, on the right target instead of just spamming the same skill over and over.
The updated loot system in Warlords of Draenor will be more flexible than it was before. The amount of items dropped will depend on the size of the raid and number players eligible for loot. Larger multiboxing team... more loot!
World Bosses will be the biggest, baddest enemies your team will fight in Draenor. The bosses will be activated progressively, beginning with the first one when the expansion launches. The loot from bosses will be interesting compared to other loot in PvE at the time that each boss is unlocked.
The Proving Grounds in Warlords of Draenor will have more functionality than before as a silver medal will be a prerequisite for raids if you are looking to join a random group. The theory is that the Proving Grounds would make sure each player in the group has the minimum knowledge needed to fight the bosses. However, if you are playing in an instance with your just your multiboxing team, your friends, or your guild, then the prerequisite won't be necessary.
This expansion includes a revamp of the Upper Blackrock Spire. The new mechanics and other changes will give your team a challenge; however, the developers still tried to preserve the nostalgia of revisiting an already existing dungeon.
Level 90 Character Boost for New Players
The Level 90 Character Boost will work differently for new players who do not already have a high level character than it will those who are veterans. If you're just starting out and boosting your first character to 90, then you will have 3 or 4 skills to begin. More skills will be unlocked progressively.
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