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WoW Battle for Azeroth Preview: PvP Talents, New War Mode and Honor Level

Shirley Huang July 05th, 2018 World of Warcraft    WoW Gold US/Oce    WoW Gold EU    WoW Power Leveling    WoW Help   

Battle for Azeroth will add and update a lot of PvP contents, including PvP Talent system updates, a new War Mode, Bounties, a new Dueler’s Guild and Honor Level changes. Today mmogah as a reliable wow gold seller will guide you the details.


PVP Talent System Updates

Battle for azeroth will change the way of acquiring talents in PvP.

1. In Legion’s Honor Talent system, you can earn honor levels through PVP activities, and then unlock talents, which puts new players get into PvP at a disadvantage until they earn the tools others already have;

In Battle for Azeroth, PvP talents will unlock as your level up, since the system will be streamlined, keeping players on the same footing.

2. In Legion, PvP talents were organized in rows of three, the same as regular class talents;

In Battle for Azeroth, players will be able to select three PvP talents from a large pool of options, along with a special crowd-control-breaking talent.

At level 20, you’ll earn this crowd-control breaker, choosing from one of three available options via a fly-out menu. By level 110, all PvP talent options will be unlocked, and you can choose within the Talent pane (N). This system offers more options for customizing your character to suit your play style or your environment.


New War Mode

This is a new way to get into PvP in the world. This new system as an open-world experience, building on the latest game technology available, which allows players on any realm to decide when they want to jump into a world PvP experience full of like-minded players in the ongoing battle between Horde and Alliance.

Some players feel “locked” into one play style or another by their realm choice before, but War Mode provides a way for both styles (PvE and PvP) gameplay to co-exist for every player.

War Mode has two additional features to make things even more interesting:

1. Bounty Hunter System

Infamy has its advantage and disadvantage. When you kill a certain numbers of opponents without dying, you will become infamous in War Mode. Once you do, you’ll become Assassin and gain an increase to your damage, healing by 15%.

Of course, there’s disadvantage. The more players an Assassin kills, the more likely they will show up on the zone map for other players to target and kill to gain a bounty. Players who successfully kill an opponent Assassin will receive Conquest points and other rewards. Any zone map may be have three or more Assassins, which provides lots of chances for players to revenge the opponents.

2. Air Drops

A flying machine will make its way across the sky from time to time. You should keep an eye on the sky and watch for a War Supply Crate to drop somewhere in the zone. Similar to the chest in Gurubashi Arena, players can fight over the crate and claim it for their faction. Once a faction has gained control of the crate, anyone within the area will have a short period to open it and collect a piece of personal loot.

Honor Level Changes

Legion’s Honor system was originally crafted around the idea of earning PvP talents through participation, resetting progress to gain Prestige, and cosmetic awards in the process;

PvP talents can earn through the regular leveling course. The key is open-ended progression that offers various cosmetic rewards for engaging in PvP.

By participating in any type of PvP, you will gain Honor and eventually Honor Levels. As your Honor Level increases, you will earn rewards, such as titles, pets, mounts, a series of icons associated with your character frame and displayed prominently on Battleground scoreboards, showing off your accomplishments for all players.

In Battle for Azeroth, Honor and the rewards earned through your participation are all account-wide.

For those who have already earned rewards in Legion, it will retain them regardless of whether you meet new Honor requirements or not.

Battle in the Dueler’s Guild

Battle into the new outdoor arenas in Boralus or Zuldazar. Players can speak with an NPC who will queue them to take part in 1-on-1 duels in the arena. Once in the arena, you’ll battle it out against a rival player to see who continues on. If you lose, you’re out. Getting far enough through lots of players will provide some achievements, including Master of Duels, which rewards the title Contender.

You will find the PvP reward chest in the Dueler’s Guild if you’ve filled up your Conquest bar for the week.


Whether you’re a grizzled PvP veteran or interested in trying your hand at world PvP for the first time, the Horde and the Alliance will have plenty of opportunity to prove their prowess in Battle for Azeroth. If you want to learn more wow guides, pay attention to our site: mmogah.com. Of course, we also provide fast and cheap wow gold and wow power leveling for you.


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