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    World of Warcraft Classic Season of Discovery Phase 3 Is Now Live

    Blizzard Entertainment is inviting adventurers and explorers of Azeroth to continue their adventure in World of Warcraft Classic Season of Discovery Phase 3 with new zones and new raid content. This will also increase the player’s experience cap to level 50 and new endgame activities which are listed below.

    • NEW LEVEL 50 RAID: Temple of Atal’Hakkar (Sunken Temple)
      • Daring adventurers can explore Season of Discovery’s first 20-player raid.
      • This redesigned experience offers 8 bosses with new mechanics and epic rewards.
    • NEW PVE EVENT: Nightmare IncursionsGreen portal with demons coming out of itPurple portal with demons surrounding it
      • Experience an all-new outdoor PvE event to learn more of the story tie between the mysterious dream portals in Ashenvale, Duskwood, Hinterlands, and Feralas and the Sunken Temple raid.
      • New items will be earnable as players gain a reputation with the Emerald Wardens.
      • Each class will see up to six new runes that players need to discover that will continue the theme of experimentation when coupled with additional abilities unlocked during the level-up process.
      • PVP ranks increase from 5 to 7 with all new rewards including new PVP class sets!
      • For the current Blood Moon PVP event introduced in Phase 2, rewards will be updated to level 50 with new currencies to collect and spend.
      • Players jumping into Season of Discovery late, or for the first time, will get to quickly catch up as the Discoverer’s Delight buff is now a permanent fixture and increases experience gains by 100% up to level 39 and by 50% from levels 40-49.

    Here is a preview video of what is to come in Season of Discovery Phase 3.

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