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Patch 5.2 Hotfixes for April 18

Patch 52 Hotfixes for April 18
Some like it hot(fixes), and we're no different here at WoW Insider, so when the latest batch dropped we just had to share. We actually posted about one of these changes, regarding the Shado-Pan assault trinkets and their PvP use, earlier today. Let's jump straight in to this latest batch.


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Classes
Warlock

Destruction
  • Fixed an issue where targets of Havoc were receiving more damage than intended from Immolate.

Quests
  • Eyes of the Thunder King: Engaging Unblinking Eyes and Focused Eyes will now place all members of the raid in combat, preventing players from releasing when they die.

Raids, Dungeons, and Scenarios
Throne of Thunder

Ra-den
  • Fixed an issue where it was possible to have 2 instances of Unstable Vita active during the Ra-den encounter.
Twin Consorts
  • Crane Rush now deals 5 million damage, down from 30 million damage in Raid Finder difficulty.

Items
  • Brutal Talisman of the Shado-Pan Assault now grants a reduced bonus of 4400 to Strength, down from 8800 Strength, and the effect duration now lasts 30 seconds, up from 15 seconds when the effect is activated in PvP combat.
  • Tyrannical Primal Diamond when socketed to a bind-on-equip helmet now causes the helmet to become soulbound.
  • Vicious Talisman of the Shado-Pan Assault now grants a reduced bonus of 4400 to Agility, down from 8800 Agility, and the effect duration now lasts 40 seconds, up from 20 seconds when the effect is activated in PvP combat.

Bug Fixes
  • Resolved an issue where Capacitive Primal Diamond's effect was not activating properly.



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