Update from 05 November:
The Blizzard developers have published the German patch notes of the WoW hotfixes from November 04. We have updated the message accordingly.
Original message from 04 November:
After the rather small hotfix package on the release day of patch 9.1.5, the Blizzard developers are now following up: Last night there were a number of adjustments, the most important of which we have summarized for you below:
- Paladins are happy that a bug of Divine Storm in connection with Judgement has been fixed.
- Not so good for Paladins: The Soulbond item Righteous Might has been toned down in PvP and now does 50% less healing as well as damage.
- All PvP fans can accumulate as many honor and conquest points as they feel like until the start of the next season. The respective caps have been removed. At the start of the new season, all remaining honor and conquest points will be converted to gold.
- Observer Yorik no longer spawns as quickly.
- Players who skipped the Maw intro while stuck in a Time Walk campaign will no longer be teleported to Stormwind or Orgrimmar once they reach level 50.
- In TBC Classic, you can now report players via the /Who menu.
Below you can read the official English patch notes. As soon as Blizzard has published the German patch notes, we will update this message. Hotfixes are updates that are applied server-side without the need to download new data. Some of the changes listed below will take effect as soon as Blizzard implements them, whereas others will only take effect after an announced realm restart. Please note that some issues cannot be fixed without a client-side patch.
WoW: Official patch notes for the November 04 hotfixes
- Fixed a bug where Divine Storm did not hit all nearby enemies when the primary target was affected by Judgement.
Creatures and NPCs
- Fixed a bug that caused Observer Yorik to reappear too quickly.
Items and Rewards
- The cap on Conquest and Valor points has been temporarily removed until the start of the next season.
- Developer comment: At the beginning of a season, it is useful to limit the obtaining of equipment using a maximum amount of Conquest and Valor points that can be earned each week to avoid a large advantage from excessive PvP and Mythic+ play. As the weeks go by and the limit increases, we reach a point where earning Conquest and Valor points no longer provides an advantage for obtaining gear and it makes more sense to simply remove the limit altogether for those who want to catch up or equip side characters until the next season begins. We've reached that point now, and that's why we've removed the limit on Conquest and Valor points for the rest of Season 2. At the beginning of the next season, all Conquest and Valor points will be converted to gold and sent to the character.
- Damage and healing of the Necrolord Medium 'Righteous Might' have been reduced by 50% in PvP.
- Developer Comment: We originally geared Righteous Might Medium to Necrolord Paladins with PvE and Retribution Paladins in mind, but due to a combination of synergies and multipliers specific to Protection, Protection Paladins could nearly double the effect of an already boosted Medium and create a deadly damage spike at the start of turns in PvP matches. We are reducing the effectiveness in PvP, but will keep an eye on the effect of the medium in PvE in the coming days to see if any rework is needed.
- Players who skipped the Maw Intro while on a Timewalk campaign should no longer be sent back to Stormwind or Orgrimmar when they reach level 50.
- Covenant campaigns blocked from the tutorial quest for vocations should now continue as intended on the next visit to Oribos or a Sanctum.
- Fixed a bug that prevented some characters who switched to the Necrolords Pact from seeing Emeni during the quest "Just a Little Friend of Mine".
User Interface and Accessibility
- Fixed an issue where the Mythic+ score in the dungeon browser was not displaying as intended.
- Fixed an issue where the tooltips for some adventuring companions would display with a gray background.
Burning Crusade Classic
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- Players can now be reported via the /who menu.
- Fixed a bug that caused an additional confirmation window to appear when entering a force match.
- Fixed a bug where commentator UI button mappings were not loading as intended during a showdown.
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