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You've probably already seen it, the extensive overview of the class adjustments in WoW: Shadowlands. In it, the developers from Blizzard revealed which design philosophies they will follow for the different classes and play styles, and the article will be updated regularly.The
first update was for all Frost Mages and the effect 'Winter Cold'. The debuff will now not increase the critical hit chance of allies against the affected target, but only the critical hit chance of the Frost Mage. Here is the corresponding post from the official forums:
We've made an update to reflect the ongoing development of Shadowlands in the Frost Mage section.
"Moving into Shadowlands, Winter's Chill is now a much longer debuff that causes Frost Mages' next two spells to treat the target as frozen, a debuff that increases the critical hit chance from the Frost Mage."
The German overview on the official site still says the old version:
"In Shadowlands, the debuff 'Winter Cold' lasts much longer and causes the Frost Mage's next two spells to deal damage as if the target were frozen. Additionally, it increases the critical strike chance of the Frost Mage and his allies against the affected target."
After the release of the overview of the class changes, there was of course a lot of feedback in the corresponding section in the WoW forum, but also many questions from the community. A few hours ago, developer Sigma took on the Druid task to address some of the points there. Below we have summarized the most important findings for you:
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