New Dungeon Event – Timewalking – to Give Items to WoW Gold Hunters
Patch 6.2 for World of Warcraft is now live on the Public Test Realm. Aside from the new features like the Shipyard for Garrisons and Mythic dungeon difficulty, Blizzard is adding Timewalking. This new weekend only levent will give WoW gold hunters new ways to get better items.
Taking your WoW gold hunter through memory lane
The new Timewalking event if implemented in World of Warcraft will run during three-day long weekends. The event will have players go through old-school dungeons set to Heroic difficulty. Part of this Timewalking is that characters will have their power and gear scaled down to match the dungeon. The aim is to have players test their skills against these old dungeons once more.
Not all dungeons can be Timewalked. Which dungeons will be featured for each long weekend event will vary. For the purposes of testing the new mechanic however, Timewalking on the Public Test Realm will be applied to ten dungeons. These dungeons are: The Arcatraz, Black Morass, Mana-Tombs, The Shattered Halls, The Slave Pens, Ahn’kahet: The Old Kingdom, Gundrak, Halls of Lightning, The Nexus and Utgarde Pinnacle. Note that the feature is accessible only to characters that are at the required level for the expansion of the dungeon. That means, Burning Crusade dungeons require level 71, while Wrath of the Lich King require Level 81.
Old but awesome items for your WoW gold hunter
What’s the point of running old dungeons you ask? Like any other dungeon run, for awesome loot. Through Timewalking, players can get the loot from the bosses of the old dungeons. The main catch however is they will be scaled UP to match the character’s original level. Be one of the few who can have level 100 versions of these items. You can buy WoW gold, but you probably won’t be able to get these easily.
Getting your WoW gold hunter on PTR
If you’re interested in testing Timewalking, you’ll have to get into the Public Test Realm. This however takes a bit more effort than just simply logging in. You’ll have to first create a PTR account through your Battle.net account management. Next, download and install the PTR Game Client. Afterwards, log in to the PTR using the account you just created. Finally copy your character from your account data. For a more detailed process, check here.