Hot on the heels of patch 4.3.4
is a small set of hotfixes, none of which have anything to do with what was introduced in the latest patch. Included in the official notes are one class fix, one item fix, and one UI fix that is sure to have guild leaders breathing a small sigh of relief.
Bane of Havoc no longer persists when the warlock changes to a spec that does not include the talent.
Fras Siabi's Barely Bigger Beer is a now bit less big, and its effect no longer stacks.
Inactive guild leader replacement now requires 90 days of absence, up from 30 days. Ascent to the rank of guild leader is now only available to guild members at Rank 2, 3, or 4.
The fix to Fras Siabi's Barely Bigger Beer
was something that was actually implemented a few weeks ago. However, we now have an official announcement: Giant, tromping players on ridiculously huge mounts are no longer permitted. Sorry, everyone -- you'll just have to stick to Potions of Illusion
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