One of the biggest problems in Shadowlands is acquiring loot, especially for PVE players. There have been some workarounds: the addition of bravery points for Mythic+ players in Patch 9.0.
Shadowlands Patch 9.1 introduces an item level scaling system for Honor and Conquest gear. This means that when you enter PvP your PvP gear will be slightly stronger – 13 item levels stronger! When you enter a PvP instance or engage in combat with another player, your equipment will be scaled up automatically.
Yes, Blizzard listened to the community’s requests for a PVP vendor and they delivered – we’re not just getting a PVP vendor, we’re getting a powerful PVP trinket set bonus, to make sure they do are powerful options.
Destruction Warlock has proven to be by far the best ranged DPS in the game when it comes to any form of AoE damage, while still performing well on cleave and single target.
Once you have joined a Covenant, there are three things you must do to unlock flying in Shadowlands’ four Covenant zones (Ardenweald, Bastion, Maldraxxus, and Revendreth): Earn 44 Renown with your Covenant. Complete all 9 chapters of the Alliance Campaign.
PvP gear stats and bonuses are just as beneficial as PvE gear. Additionally, the methods of obtaining PvP gear are far more accessible than PvE gear, as players can play countless PvP matches to increase their rating – and item level – without much limitation.
PvP gear scales down in PvE, but not vice versa.
There are no ilvl changes as far as I can tell. So, theatrically speaking, a PVE player can still use their gear in PVP (especially ones with a lot of versatility) and not suffer any penalties?
Torghast is mandatory (or near) content for both PvP and PvE players, but full PvP gear only scales to 246 ilvl as a Duelist or 249 ilvl as an Elite (which is an extraordinary amount of honor for farming and provides no advantage in PvP).
You are scaled down to item level 50. So equipment level doesn’t matter, the most important thing is the stats. No, it doesn’t matter. In fact, low-level gear with sockets will give you more stats than high-level gear without.
All PvP gear will automatically scale to a higher item level once the player enters or engages (or engages in) a specific PvP area (including Battlegrounds, Arenas, Skirmishes, and Ashran). ) PvP battles anywhere else in the world.
For example, PvP gear can be great for raids.
PvP gear is very heavy, while PvE gear is more diverse. I think every piece of PvP gear has verse and then one of the other secondary stats. You can definitely PvE it if the verse is kinda good for your spec, but PvE gear is probably better listed for almost everyone.