"World of Warcraft," or "WoW" released another update of its Public Test Realms Patch 6.2 notes. These include several changes in the game’s Mythic Dungeon Bosses, Personal Loot Mode, Highmaul and Blackrock Foundry Raids, Inscription Recipes and New Zoning Laws. There are also bug fixes for the Scholomance Dungeon. Read on to learn more.

Battle.net reports that the latest "Wow" 6.2 PTR Patch notes were released Tuesday. Information about the Prismatic Crystal, Lava Surge and the Destruction Warlocks’ Player versus Player (PvP) 4-Piece Set Bonus are also provided.

1. Mythic Dungeon Bosses

a. All bosses of this type now offer a chance to use a bonus roll through the Seal of Inevitable Fate.

2. Raids And Dungeons (Personal Loot Mode)

a. Personal Loot Item: The party or raid now sees when someone in their group wins this.

b. Drop Rates: The overall drop rates will be increased during this mode.

c. Defeating A Boss: If a player defeats a boss while on this mode, a fixed number of items will be awarded to them based on the eligible size of the group they are in. Click here to read the other itemization changes and Personal Loot mode improvements from the Dev Watercooler – Itemization in 6.2. blog.

3. Highmaul and Blackrock Foundry Raids

a. Achievements: Some achievements can no longer be obtained. These include the “Ahead of the Curve: Imperator's Fall,” “Ahead of the Curve: Blackhand's Crucible,” “Cutting Edge: Imperator's Fall,” and the “Cutting Edge: Blackhand's Crucible.”

b. Raid-Wide Debuff: The addition of this debuff aims to reduce the damage dealt by all the non-player characters and creatures in Highmaul and Blackrock Foundry on the Normal, Heroic and Mythic difficulty levels.  

4. Professions (Inscription)

a. Recipes: There are new recipes for the mass milling of Draenor herbs. This enables 20 herbs to be milled at once.

5. General Item Changes

a. New Zoning Laws: These prevent the placement of temporary tents that are created using Leatherworking in the capital cities.

6. Bug Fixes (Dungeons)

a. Scholomance: If a player defeats Instructor Chillheart too quickly, it wouldn’t cause ice barriers to form on the stairs anymore. This is a good thing because those ice barriers continue to deal damage long after the encounter with Instructor Chillheart is over.

7. Mage (Talents)

a. Prismatic Crystal: This can now be attacked by the Mage’s guardians or pets.

8. Shaman (Elemental)

a. Lava Surge: This lasts for 10 seconds now.

9. Warlock (Armor Sets)

a. Destruction Warlocks’ PvP 4-Piece Set Bonus: This causes Incinerate to deal 50 percent more damage on targets that are affected by the Warlock's Immolate Spell. Click here to read the complete "World Of Warcraft" 6.2 PTR Patch notes.