"World of Warcraft" has updated its Public Test Realms Patch 6.2 notes again. Battle.net reports that the latest "WoW" 6.2 PTR Patch notes were released Tuesday. These include several changes in the game's Garrison Buildings (Gray Items), Classes, User Interface, Highmaul and Blackrock Foundry. Read on to learn more about it.
1. Garrison Buildings (Salvage Yard)
a. Gray Items
Instead of various gray items, a stackable gray item may sometimes be dropped by gray items that were acquired from salvage that was recovered from Follower missions. The average value for these gray items remains approximately the same.
2. User Interface
The game's UI has improved banner notifications when a "WoW" player receives an item with a socket bonus, Warforged or tertiary stat.
3. Highmaul And Blackrock Foundry Changes
The "Cutting Edge: Imperator's Fall" and "Cutting Edge: Blackhand's Crucible" achievements cannot be obtained anymore.
4. Priest (Talents)
a. Surge Of Light (Discipline, Holy)
This talent can now be triggered from Power Word: Shield and Clarity of Will.
5. Rogue (Talents)
a. Deadly Throw
This talent now reduces the movement speed of a target by 70 percent. When it is used with 5 combo points, it doesn't interrupt spellcasting anymore.
6. Shaman (Elemental)
a. Elemental Overload
This skill now increases the damage of Multistrike by 20 percent. It also increases Multistrike stat gains from all sources by 10 percent.
a. Talents: Gladiator's Resolve (Protection)
Gladiator's Stance now increases the Warrior's Mastery by 50 percent while it is still active.
· Mortal Strike: This deals 6 percent less damage now.
· Mastery Weapons Master: This increases the Colossus Smash, Mortal Strike and Execute abilities by 5.2 percent per mastery.
a. Tiger Strikes
These are not triggered from multistrikes anymore. It also provides an increase of 35 percent to Multistrike chance while active.
b. Windwalker (Battle Trance)
This increases the Multistrike stat gains from all sources by 15 percent.
9. Hunter (Talents)
a. A Murder Of Crows
This talent now deals 75 percent normal damage against targets that are controlled by players for Beast Mastery Hunters.
The Moonfire, Wrath, Sunfire, Starfire, Starfall and Starsurge now deal 4 percent less damage. As for the Mastery: Total Eclipse, it now gives an increase of 2.5 percent to the maximum damage bonus from Eclipse per mastery. Click here to read the complete "World of Warcraft" 6.2 PTR Patch notes.