Waycrest Manor is the residence of Lord and Lady Waycrest. Among the most influential families of Kul Tiras, alongside the Proudmoore, the Stormsong, and the Ashven. Lady Meredith Waycrest succumbed to greed and corruption and sought a pact with the Drust spirits. The price was collected, and the Waycrest have been transformed. The citizens of Drustvar are now either sacrifice to the Drust, or indoctrinated into ways of the Heartsbane Coven.
The Burning of Teldrassil (Part 1) is now available in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Alpha.
The first step for Alliance players starts in Stormwind Keep by grabbing the quest A Short-Lived Peace from King Anduin Wrynn. He sends you to the port to take a ship parting to Rut’theran Village. There you talk to the flight master to fly you to Astranaar.
The latest Alpha build 22.214.171.124476 has introduced new Battle for Azeroth maps for Zandalar and Kul Tiras zones.
Blizzard Entertainment surprised Battle for Azeroth Alpha Testers with tonight’s patch, introducing the Mag’har Orcs and Dark Iron Dwarves as playable Allied Races.
Character Copy from Live realms is not available, so players can’t really go through the starting location quests for both races. The following video shows the different options available at the Character Creation screen.
Once a highly maintained prison, Tol Dagor has since been purchased and run by the Ashvane Company. Now, it serves as indefinite holding for any who would oppose the Ashvane Trading Company.
On April 17, 2018 — Blizzard Entertainment opened the War Fronts (Horde) to stress the server, and to submit bug reports and feedback. The War Front takes place in Arathi Highlands. The objective is to take the nearby Alliance outposts, reclaim iron and wood resources, and to build a stronghold and train your forces. Once a foothold is secured, players have to keep the invading Alliance forces at bay, while preparing for the final confrontation against Commander Danath Trollbane.
UPDATE: Video below is from Beta (June 9, 2018). The older Alpha stress test video (from April) can be found here.
In order to join the War Fronts, you have to reach the Port of Zandalar (Zuldazar). The War Front table is located on the eastern side of the port (near the Ogre vendors). Click the table to queue for the War Front: Battle for Stromgarde scenario.
Blizzard Entertainment announced to Alpha testers plans to bring the Warfronts (Horde) online on April 17 at 1PM Pacific (Los Angeles). The developers will play alongside testers for three hours.
We’re getting ready to begin our first round of public testing for the new Warfronts feature in Battle for Azeroth, and we’ll need your help!
On Tuesday, April 17, starting at 1 PM Pacific time (4 PM Eastern, 10 PM CEST), we’ll be enabling the first Warfront for testing. To participate, you’ll need to be on a Horde character and head to Zuldazar City, where you’ll find a small table you can click on and join the Warfront queue.
We’ll be running this test for about 3 hours, and will be watching and participating ourselves, so we hope to see you there!
Blizzard Entertainment deployed the Battle for Azeroth Alpha Build 26433 which introduced a Temporary Art work in progress (WIP) of the World Map. This allow us to see where Zandalar and Kul Tiras are located in the world map.
The Motherlode!! is a Battle for Azeroth dungeon located in the Isle of Kezan, near the Maelstrom. The Venture Co. has been harvesting Azerite, and according to Daniel Stahl during our PAX East 2018 interview, we will come across the Venture Co. in Island Expeditions as well.
Right before PAX East kicked in last week, Blizzard Entertainment introduced a patch that enabled the Heart for Azeroth for those who created a brand-new level 110 character in the Battle for Azeroth Alpha Test.
At this moment, only the Heart of Azeroth’s Chest armor is available for testing, and the UI is currently a placeholder. It looks like this when you press the SHIFT key and right-click the Chest item. The Heart of Azeroth necklace itself doesn’t have a UI window, except for the number at the bottom of the item which represents the level of your Heart of Azerite. In the image to the right, the level is 1.
Below you can browse through the traits of each Chest armor per Class. The purple numbers are the number correction for a character level 110 (not shown properly in WoWHead).