The 9.1 patch released by World of Warcraft: Shadowlands on Tuesday is the first content created entirely under Blizzard Entertainment's work-from-home agreement. Chains of Dominations changes the current mental energy grinding and covenant missions, and introduces a lot of new content for players who focus on the endgame.

First of all, the most prominent is the new Classic TBC Gold area of ​​the secret city of Cosia. Korthia was Maw's next forward position, and the Star Covenants appeared to fight back against the jailer. The area has two new prestige and a large number of mounts, as well as new equipment and tasks. If you are looking for new horses or bats to ride, this patch is a good time because a total of 45 horses have been added to the game.

There is also a raid known as the Temple of Domination along with Korthia, which will be an important story beat for the Shadowlands actors. Although some of them are brand new characters, others are returning to the enemy from Azeroth. Ner'zhul and Kel'Thuzad are the leaders, and Garrosh Hellscream is part of another encounter, as the jailer has been squeezing souls for souls after his death in another timeline.​​ Whether Garrosh will hitchhike home like the strangest couchsurfer in the world remains to be seen.

All the new things are exciting, but Blizzard has also changed one of the biggest endgame modes in World of Warcraft. For players struggling with roguelite combat gloves, the familiar settings of Torghast should feel less drudgery. There are fewer floors on each floor, and 50% of the soul ash is dropped from the tower, which can be used to make legendary weapons.

Once you knock down a layer, you can complete it again in the same week to get a small amount of soul ash, in case you need more things to get a legend or build a reserve. The model has new additions to perfect it. Torghast now has a scoring system that can rank your runs. The more you run, the more you will be able to upgrade a new talent system called "Box of Many Things".

This is particularly convenient because there are new WOW Classic TBC Gold layers that will drop soul cinder, which is a new material used to build and upgrade legends. The huge dungeon Tazavesh, Veiled Market, will be another good place to get equipment. In a future patch, Tazavesh is likely to become two independent dungeons running Mythic+. This means that players need to get as much WOW Classic TBC Gold as possible in the next period of time, and more Gold can give them a greater advantage. The emergence of MMOWTS easily helped players solve the problem of lack of Gold.