Gamefinityid, Bekasi – World of Warcraft’s new event titled Secrets of Azeroth completely changes the game once players complete it. This type of small but big-impact change has never been done before in World of Warcraft, setting a promising precedent for future missions and events.
Warcraft’s Latest Event
At the beginning of this month, World of Warcraft held the Secrets of Azeroth event. The event consists of a series of missions in which players investigate a series of artifact thefts connected to a larger conspiracy. During the event period, new clues and missions appear every day, creating unique and interesting community activities in the process. Even though this event officially ends on September 13, players can still find all the clues for the Secrets of Azeroth storyline and get fantastic prizes. These prizes include detective-themed toys, vehicles and skins.
Plot Twist Pasca Event
However, completing the Secrets of Azeroth event completely changed Dragonflight’s hub city, Valdrakken, forever. During the final stage of the mission chain, Tithris, the Bronze Drakonid Innkeeper of the Roasted Ram who assists the player during the mission, takes one of the artifacts and goes out to “take something from the back,” without returning, revealing himself to be one of the artifact thieves. Not long after that, a red Drakonid named Marinth replaced him from then on.
Marinth has different dialogue, and the random overworld interactions that Tithris has with other NPCs are also slightly changed. Customers mistook this new NPC for Tithris. This could be a humorous reference to the fact that the original Innkeeper was actually a red Drakonid like Marinth, rather than a bronze one, during the Dragonflight beta.
Fans are really enjoying this interesting twist during the new World of Warcraft mission. This event is different from other holidays or storylines that World of Warcraft has had before. Players love looking for subtle clues provided through social media accounts and content creators for the event. Additionally, making an actual NPC Valdrakken the perpetrator, and deleting him permanently after a mission, is something that World of Warcraft has never done before.
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