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Patch 5.4.7 PTR: More changes discovered

Sarah Pine, @ilaniel
January 31, 2014
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The latest build on the PTR for patch 5.4.7 was datamined today over at Wowhead, and there are a number of potentially interesting features to be seen, including some rogue and warrior changes:

Classes:
  • Nerve Strike (Rogue talent): A successful Kidney Shot or Cheap Shot also reduces the damage dealt by the target by 50% (25% on player targets) and healing done by the target by 50% for 6 sec after the effect fades.
  • Charge (Warrior spell): Charge to an enemy, rooting it for 1.50 sec. Generates 0 Rage.
Mounts:
  • Dread Raven: Summons and dismisses an Armored Dread Raven. This mount changes depending on your Riding skill and location.
NPC Abilities:
  • Charge Stun: Charge an enemy, generate rage and root it for 1.50 sec.
Miscellaneous:
  • Battle Fatigue: Dealing damage to another player in battle causes them to receive 60% less healing.
  • Battle Fatigue: Dealing damage to another player in battle causes them to receive 60% less healing.
  • Fortitude: Increases PvP Resilience by 5280.
In addition, there are a number of strings relating to the Battle.net store as well as some upcoming features, such as the professions boost for level 60+ characters that's piqued our interest lately. Profession boosts would be great, but I'm just excited about that awesome raven mount!

Editor's note: Holinka has chimed in on Twitter to clarify the charge change for Warriors.







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