Patch 7.3.5 got a new hotfix rolled in to address a few unresolved issues in PvP, and PvE low level quests and dungeons. The Rogue class also got a couple hotfixes too.
Defeating Algalon should once again award the appropriate achievements.
Players can now correctly earn the achievement
Souls of the Lost.
Fixed a bug that caused Greenskin’s Waterlogged Wristcuffs’s to be removed when Pistol Shot failed to cast.
Fixed a bug that prevented the gain of combo points after consuming the Regalia of the Dashing Scoundrel 4-piece set bonus.
Dungeons and Raids
Addressed an issue where the Drakonid would fail to spawn as expected.
Algalon the Observer
Made many tuning adjustments to Algalon to more closely match his difficulty in 7.3.2.
Temple of Ahn’Qiraj
Fixed a bug with the bugs despawning before players were able to loot them.
Fixed a bug where some low level items were not able to be disenchanted or transmogrified.
Fixed a bug where incorrect textures were present on the Wristclasps of Righteous Reckoning, Supreme Felchain Bracers, Bracers of Perfect Discomfort, and Terrorweave Wristwraps. This fix should provide the correct texture and restore set completion to some players.
Player versus Player
Character item level is now set to 950 during Tournament Rules Wargames.
Concordance of the Legionfall is now set to rank 20 during Tournament Rules Wargames.
The healing of Way of the Crane is properly decreased by healing reduction effects such as Dampening or Mortal Strike.
Neptulon’s Cache now drops the Remnant of Water for quest “Controlling the Elements”.
The Duskwood quest “Cry For the Moon” should now appear on the map if it is the next quest in the zone’s storyline.
Twilight Outhouse: (Name), is that you I hear rustlin’ about out there? It’s me, Angus Stormbrew!
There are cultists everywhere, so ye best keep yer voice down. Lean in close and cover yer nose while we talk!
This is the only outhouse in all o’ Silithus! Trust me, I spent hours lookin’ all through the night. I decided to sneak in for a wee drop-off before the cultists woke up, but I’ve got a uhh problem…
There’s no cloth to… you know…
See if ye can find me a wee bit o’ cloth and sneak it in through the door!
Collect 8 scraps of Twilight Silk.
Magni Bronzebeard: Do the leaders of the Alliance and Horde even know what they’re fightin’ over?
This substance that is risin’ up from the wound is the lifeblood of Azeroth!
We need ta heal the wound, not exploit it fer power! Azeroth is the only home we’ve got. We cannot allow her ta die!
I trust ye, (Name), and I know that yer voice carries great weight among the Alliance. Ye must reason with ’em ta stop this madness!
‘Tis the only hope our world has…
Deliver Magni Bronzebeard’s message.
Archmage Khadgar: Sargeras has left a scar upon our world, (Name). A scar that will not soon heal…
It appears that the scars between the Alliance and Horde have yet to heal as well.
Too many lives have already been lost fighting to save Azeroth from destruction. I will not stay and watch this world lose more.
I have a request for you before I go. Take this letter to Magni Bronzebeard. He is in Silithus seeking a way to heal the wound.
The letter contains information that may prove valuable to him.
Deliver Khadgar’s letter to Magni Bronzebeard in Silithus.
Archmage Khadgar: It seems our victory on Argus was a hollow one. With his final blow, Sargeras has done much more than bury his blade in the heart of our world.
I had hoped that after the war against the Legion, the people of Azeroth would build a new future together. But now the unity we forged has been shattered.
As the life essence of Azeroth bleeds out, the leaders of the Alliance and Horde scramble to claim it as a resource. Blades are drawn, and tides of war are rising once again.
But I will not take up arms against heroes on either side. Not after all we’ve been through.
Instead, I will go to Karazhan and confer with my old mentor, Medivh. Perhaps somewhere in his ancient texts lies the knowledge needed to heal this world.
I had best be going. Until next we meet… fare well, champion.
Magni Bronzebeard: I can hear the cries of the world beneath my feet. Azeroth trembles in pain! I must find a way to ease the suffering…
Khadgar asked me to deliver this letter.)
Magni Bronzebeard: Champion… ’tis good ta see a familiar face in these dark times.
Since returnin’ from Argus, the cries o’ Azeroth have been … overwhelmin’. Such pain…
I don’t know how ta fix this. Not sure anyone does. But we’ve gotta keep tryin’.
The storm’s gatherin’, (Name). If we don’t find a way ta heal Azeroth… nothin’ else is gonna matter.
Magni Bronzebeard: Thank you for delivering Khadgar’s letter ta me. I’m goin’ to need some time to consider his words. If what he says is correct, we may be able ta save Azeroth… but at a great cost.
The Speaker’s Perspective
Nolan Speed: The situation in Silithus appears to be gaining more attention.
Archmage Khadgar just arrived while you were away. It seems that he is here to speak with you, (Name).
It appears urgent. I would speak with him as soon as possible.
Speak with Archmage Khadgar.
Nolan Speed: Silithus used to be overrun with members of the Twilight’s Hammer.
The cult was presumed to be exterminated, but it has always survived in the shadows. Their numbers have dwindled, but the cult remains no less fanatical than at their peak.
Most of the cultists here were destroyed by Sargeras in the attack, but a few still remain. Their leader Michiel Voidstrider has been emboldened by the destruction of Silithus.
We cannot let Michiel rally the remaining survivors to action. He must be stopped!
Retrieve Michiel Voidstrider’s head.
Tammy Tinkspinner: How did the silithid survive the blade of Sargeras? I’m perplexed!
I’ve never encountered a species that can adapt to changes in the environment as quickly as the silithid can.
The larvae, or broodlings as they are often called, can evolve into a variety of silithid creature types based on the needs of the hive.
Is it the hive mind that signals the evolutionary development of the larvae, or is some environmental factor at play?
Science must find the answer!
Collect 12 Silithid Broodlings.
Tammy Tinkspinner: Although the silithid disappeared for a time immediately following the destruction of Silithus, they have recently returned from beneath the ground.
These new silithid seem stronger than before!
My hipothesis is that the silithid are feeding on some kind of power source beneath the blade of Sargeras.
I’ve been tasked with studying the effects that this mysterious power is having on the silithid hives.
Bring me as many intact silithid brains as you can carry and I’ll begin the research!
Collect 10 Silithid Brains.
Nolan Speed: The dark blade of Sargeras has cast a shadow of destruction over this land.
It seemed that the silithid hives were destroyed in the attack, but I have received reports that the silithid are returning.
We need to find out how the silithid avoided destruction and what effect the blade is having on their hives.
The crown wants the surviving silithid dissected and studied.
Tammy Tinkspinner is conducting the research and is in need of a “collector.”
Speak with Tammy Tinkspinner.
Kelsey Steelspark: The Horde has wasted no time in shamelessly extracting this mysterious ore from the great wound.
Luckily for us, goblin engineering is not nearly as sophisticated as what we create in Gnomeregan! All it takes is a little bit of old fashioned dynamite to completely disable a goblin shredder.
What unsophisticated machinery!
Take these dynamite bundles and plant them on the inactive shredders around the mining camp.
It’ll take those greedy goblins weeks to get back up and running again!
Plant 10 dynamite bundles.