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Join the Raid Team! (It's easier now than ever!)

by GMAmalthia, 70 days ago

This is us!

Check out our Youtube Channel and see all of our raid, music, and for fun videos.

Welcome to Midnight Carnival!

We hear you may be looking to raid! You don't need to meet minimum requirements to join the guild, you come come, hang out, get ready, get to know people, but you have to meet the minimum requirements to apply :)

They are:

Raid nights are Tuesday & Thursday, 6-9p MST (server). You must commit to both full nights or we cannot accept you to this team. 

  • A sufficient ilvl (Max 20lvls below current teir) Fully Gemmed and Enchanted
  • An Adequate or better DPS/HPS/Mitigation level, appropriate for your class
  • Required addons
  • A cooperative non elitist attitude. Shitty/Selfish attitude is grounds for removal

*Target Dummies/LFR are not sufficient indicators of DPS

Expectations once you are accepted:

  • Show up on time, every raid night - Invites go out at 5:45p for a 6p first pull.
  • Be Fully Prepared (Repaired, Flasks/Potions ready, Roll Coins already gotten, Addons up to date)
  • Prepare for boss encounters by studying the fight mechanics online, meaning on raid nights you know what you're doing (have a baseline)
  • Continue to improve your gear between raid nights
  • Have a firm understand of your class and ALL it's mechanics, so they can be properly applied to raid mechanics

 

You are allowed to have as many toons in other guilds, or ours, as you want, but the toon you use to raid with our raid group is not to run pug/extra raids until our raid week is over.

If that sounds pretty reasonable to you, we also run Mythic+ groups, heroics, and do things together to help people gearing for our raid group get ready.

As always we are accepting social (no raid) and leveling characters, and all alts, friends, and tiny guilds looking to merge are welcome. Hope to hear from some people! The new catch up mechanics make is super easy to get a toon ready, and get started raiding. (We're okay with newb, we're not okay with someone who expects to be carried and doesn't work on themselves or improve in any way)

Raiding with Midnight Carnival

Midnight Carnival's progression team is a Contractual Casual group, meaning we do not do hardcore progression, nor Mythic (Because we don't have a large enough team) but we are NOT an "At Will" casual group. To be on the team you must fill out an Application, meet all minimum requirements, and maintain an 80% or better attendance record. If you, at any time, cease to maintain personal standards or attendance requirements, you will be warned and without subsequent improvement, dropped from the team. ​

Midnight Carnival does also incorporate an "Open Raid" at will Normal Only group, for people learning to raid, learning their class, gearing to join the progression team, and generally just for fun. To sign up for this group, please read the general expectations and then accept this week's invitation on the in-game calendar.  

If this is your attitude, you are not welcome on our team:

Don't be Timmy. Timmy's attitude is pretty common, and we don't have the time, patience, or desire to deal with anyone who thinks that's okay. The Recruiter in this video and the Raid Leader (Ama) have the exact same expectations. Please make sure you meet them before you apply for the team.

Minimum Gear Requirements to Join the Raid Team

You are expected to meet this criteria BEFORE you apply. Please do not apply until you do.

Raid nights are Tuesday & Thursday, 6-9p MST (server). You must commit to both full nights or we cannot accept you to this team. 

  • Max Level (Will not "hold" spots)
  • A sufficient ilvl (Max 20lvls below current tier) Fully Gemmed and Enchanted
  • An Adequate or better DPS/HPS/Mitigation level, appropriate for your class
  • Required addons (see list below)
  • A cooperative non elitist attitude. Shitty/Selfish attitude is grounds for removal.
  • You will be expected to know all boss fights, intimately. You may be called on at any time to lead a fight, (Without prior notice) demonstrating that knowledge. (Especially when new raids are released) You should know basic positioning, and all major role mechanics.

*Target Dummies/LFR are not sufficient indicators of DPS

Expectations once you are accepted:

  • Show up on time, every raid night (See Raid Rules for exceptions) maintaining 80% or better attendance
  • Be Fully Prepared (Repaired, Flasks/Potions ready, Roll Coins already gotten, Addons up to date)
  • Prepare for boss encounters by studying the fight mechanics online AND running LFR, meaning on raid nights you know what you're doing (have a baseline). 
  • Continue to improve your gear between raid nights
  • Have a firm understand of your class and ALL it's mechanics, so they can be properly applied to raid mechanics  
  • Upload combat logs to facilitate progress monitoring.  

Loot Distribution:

Loot is Master Loot distribution. (Reasoning: Personal loot prevents trade, if the item level is higher (an upgrade) meaning gear goes to waste.) As such all raid members are prohibited from pugging or joining a second raid team on the toon with which they raid for us, until our raid week is over (After raid concludes on Thursday) as it reduces our loot table. Raid members are free to raid with whomever they likes ON ALTERNATE CHARACTERS as long as those raid nights to not interfere with our own. 

Rolling on Loot works as follows:

  • You may only roll (until win) ONE Need on your IDEAL stats. (Your top 2 secondaries)
  • You may roll (until win) ONE Need (separate roll) on a tier token.
  • You must roll greed on gear sporting non optimal stats (Your bottom secondaries), if you already used your need, or if you are rolling on teir tokens you already have (looking for bonus stats).
  • If you cannot use an item, or it is not an upgrade at all for you, you must pass.
  • You may roll Need until you win, you must roll greed after you do.
  • BOE's, if not Personal loot, must be Equipped immediately if rolled for, else they go to the Bank for sale.
  • We do not roll for off spec, DE, or Transmog, unless explicitly given permission to do so.

Primary stats for armor slots (Head, Shoulders, Chest, Wrist, Hands, Waist, Legs, Feet) now dynamically change depending on the specialization the character is currently in. Secondary stats do not change based on spec. You are expected to know which Secondary stats are your priorities. If it is haste, and mastery do not roll on gear with crit, for example. 

That means you are not just rolling against other players of your spec (Tank, heals, DPS) you are rolling against everyone in your Armor class (Plate, Mail, Leather, etc.) This may cause tension for loot rolls, but to keep loot distribution fair, You may only NEED on one normal Item and one Teir Item per night. This will reset from week to week. 

This means Looting is 1 Need. Period. 

You may trade loot to reset your Need roll, with permission. When trading gear, please keep in mind that healers and tanks solvency benefits the entire raid. (DPS should really trade gear to a Tank or Healer before anyone else.) 

Required Addons:

Name  Reason Link
Discord Communication (Mic not Required) Discordapp.com*
Deadly Boss Mods (DBM) Combat Timers, Auditory warnings Curse.com

* Requires an account to use. Directions provided in a different thread. 

The addons being required are for accurate monitoring purposes, both for progress facilitation and individual monitoring. They're required to monitor your contribution to your team, and logs need to be uploaded after each raid night for Lead Review. Anyone refusing to install or use any addon may be sat for failure to cooperate. 

Things to note:

  • We will fill the first 10 spots according to the 2T:3H:2M:3R ratio. Too many melee/ranged will need to be sat until more heals apply. 
  • If you play a class we can't use, you will have to be back up (Ex. You are ONLY a tank, and we already have two)
    • Note: Everyone should have a viable main and off spec, for maximum efficiency
  • If we have too many DPS and not enough healers to support them, people will need to be sat. We will maintain the 2T:3H:2M:3R ratio as closely as possible with whom we take. (If we need heals and you CAN heal, change your spec, gear it, and do it. People who cannot adapt are more likely to be sat)
  • Whining about needing a piece of gear and someone else got it will not be tolerated. Put on your big kid panties and deal with it.
  • If you are Lazy, being carried, and unprepared, you may not raid. You will not be invited and you will be removed mid-raid if necessary.

The Guild has Set up a Facebook Group for just the raid team in order to Facilitate Call outs, Strategy Sharing, and helping one another. If you are accepted, please join at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MCRaidTeam/ 

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Roster Purge

by GMAmalthia, 174 days ago

This expansion's Guild Purge has been Executed, and all toons offline for 6+ months have been removed from the roster. We only do this once an expansion, on New Years Day. New Year: New Guild. 

If your toon(s) was removed from the guild you are ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY welcome back when you come back online. PST Amastrasza (or any member) for a guild invite. 

We lost a LOT this time, waning interest in the game has taken many people we knew and loved away. But if you ever come back, please come home! Starting count, 959! Final Count, 697!!! (That's insane, come BACK people!) 

This is a rough approximation of toons removed. Some on this list left voluntarily before the purge, but since the last roster update. 

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Winter Veil - 2016

by GMAmalthia, 208 days ago

All Names have been distributed, have fun everybody! 

It's that time of year again... when we're inundated with holiday spirit whether we like it or not, and if anyone was ever going to force something down your throat, it is DEFINITELY Ama.. 

Secret Santa

Secret Santa is a fun guild activity to encourage guildies to make new friends with people they might not normally interact with!

How it works:

    • Submit your name, and a short list of things you might like to receive as a gift. (ie. Amalthia - Battle pets, Tailoring Mats, Flasks)

Example of Email:  Amalthia - Int Flasks, Best in Slot Food, Battle Pets I don't have, Mounts

    • About two weeks before Christmas (Friday, December 11th) Ama will take that list and use a random number generator to assign all sign ups a secret Santa from the pool and send everyone who they are assigned and their gift list via in game mail. 
    • You pick something from Their list, and in-game mail it to them on December 24th. 

 Rules:

    • You must be in the guild, and active to participate.
    • If you sumbit your name, you must also give your assigned guildy a gift.
    • If you gquit, go offline for a long stretch of time your name will be pulled out of the pool.
    • Do not make unreasonable requests (ie. I REALLY want a Vial of the sands!) or, since it never hurts to ASK, pose your requests like this: Actual Requests: Flasks, Pets from the isle, Gems I need (name them) Fantasy Requests: Vial of the sands
    • Try to stick to the requested gift list. It is OK to spend real money at the blizzard store (Game time/pets/etc.) But MAKE SURE the person does not have whatever you bought first (Check the armory)
    • You may not choose your Secret Santa recipient, nor trade them for another one, you get who you get. 

 To put your name in the Pool either send Amalthia (PLEASE, not all my alts, JUST Amalthia - My Druid) and In-game mail Titled: "Christmas" with your MAIN TOON (the one everyone knows you by, or you're marked as in the roster) and your wish list. Or you can reply to this thread (hit the reply button) and give the same information.  

Christmas Party

The Christmas Party will be December 24th, 5pm Server on (Subject to change). We realize lots of people will not be able to make the party because of family obligations, and that's ok. (Mail your secret Santa gift either in the morning, or before you leave town)

We'll all be meeting online and in Discord to hang out and possibly run things together. In commemoration of an EPIC tantrum thrown three years ago, when we wouldn't leave our Christmas Party and go kill the Sha, we used to kill the Sha or Anger wearing Santa Suits. Because we're assholes. But now any one of us can basically solo him, so if you kill the Sha in your Santa suit, we'll make a collage of the images, so post them here for posterity!

 Have Ideas? Share them! We'll incorporate them into our celebrations!

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Guild Raiding

by GMAmalthia, 221 days ago

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Raiding with Midnight Carnival

Midnight Carnival's progression team is a Contractual Casual group, meaning we do not do hardcore progression, nor Mythic (Because we don't have a large enough team) but we are NOT an "At Will" casual group. To be on the team you must fill out an Application, meet all minimum requirements, and maintain an 80% or better attendance record. If you, at any time, cease to maintain personal standards or attendance requirements, you will be warned and without subsequent improvement, dropped from the team. 

Minimum Gear Requirements to Join the Raid Team

You are expected to meet this criteria BEFORE you apply. Please do not apply until you do. Raid nights are Tuesday & Thursday, 6-9p MST (server). You must commit to both full nights or we cannot accept you to this team. 

  • Level 110 (Will not "hold" spots)
  • 850 ilvl Fully Gemmed and Enchanted
  • a minimum output of 180K dps/150K hps on Normal+ Level Fights* 
  • Discord (Mic not required)
  • DBM Add-on (This is not negotiable)
  • Once accepted to the team you will be assigned a boss fight. It is your responsibility to create the strategy for this fight, including but not limited to, positioning, ability handling, class rolls (tank swaps, heal cd's, heroism, etc.) and knowing all pertinent data on the fight so you can both lead the group and answer all questions. (Copy and Pasting will not accomplish this, you need to actually LEARN your fight) and submit it to the Raid leads (Amastrasza, Farvin) prior to raid night, regardless of where in the tier your boss is. (Note: The Raid Leads may choose a different Strategy on Boss Night, Based on Team Composition or other factors.)

*Target Dummies/LFR are not sufficient indicators of DPS

Expectations once you are accepted: 

  • Show up on time, every raid night (See Raid Rules for exceptions) maintaining 80% or better attendance
  • Be Fully Prepared (Repaired, Flasks/Potions ready, Roll Coins already gotten, Addons up to date)
  • Prepare for boss encounters by studying the fight mechanics online AND running Mythic+ (Not "or", AND), meaning on raid nights you know what you're doing (have a baseline). 
  • Continue to improve your gear between raid nights
  • Have a firm understand of your class and ALL it's mechanics, so they can be properly applied to raid mechanics 

For Full Details, including rules, loot distribution, and conduct expectations, click go to "Guild Raiding" to apply fill out a "Legion Raiding Application" and one of the two raid leads will contact you about setting up an interview. Please read and fill it out carefully, and missed or ignored questions could result in rejection. (Paying attention is a huge thing in raiding.) 

Current Raiding Needs:

Right now we can accept 4 ranged and one Melee DPS. Any of those who come with a viable healing offspec would be given priority consideration. (at least 20 points in)

We Most need a hunter, an Spriest and a Boomkin, as ranged, for class diversity. We already have a mage and two warlocks. We also have more melee than we need so far, so we'd like to accept at least two ranged before we take on a melee. A DK or Rogue Melee would be ideal. 

Raid nights are Tuesday & Thursday, 6-9p MST (server). You must commit to both full nights or we cannot accept you to this team. 

Be part of our team, have some fun, get some loots.  

Be Part of the Adventure! 

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Midnight Carnival: Legion

by GMAmalthia, 332 days ago

Guild News:

New Intro

Thanks to our members (Albric, Foly & Ama) for funding this great "Official Introduction" for our future Guild Youtube videos. 

Open Guild Raiding:

Remember, Sign up on the in-game calendar to go with the raid team on their normal raid nights from now until August 25th. Open raid will then go on Hiatus until October 7th when it resumes every Friday and Saturday, to allow everyone time to get to 110. 

Legion Guild Raiding:

There will be two types of Raiding in Legion. Semi-Hardcore Progression and Open Guild

Open Raid - is intended to be take all comers, relaxed, and non-progression based. It's for fun, and gear, with only a minimum personal gearing requirement and a promise to show up on time and prepared to go, when you sign up. 

The Progression team - is intended to be a work and Commitment based team, focused on downing bosses as quickly and as soon as possible. Requiring an application, attendance ratio, personal commitment, work AND homework, healthy attitude, and personal responsibility.

The application will open on September 6th with Raiding intended to start running drills September 13 (Subject to change) However if Legion sticks to the same release schedule as WOD raiding will be approximately as follows:

  • Week 0: Expansion release (August 30th) - Level to 110 and begin gearing to meet min Req. 
  • Week 1: Raid Application Opens (September 6th) - Interviews and Boss Fights assigned
  • Week 4: Emerald nightmare opens (September 20) Raid Team Begins
  • Week 5: Mythic+Raid finder wing 1 open (first 3 bosses) (September 27) Open Raid Begins Sept. 30th
  • Week 7: Raid finder wing 2 open (another 3 bosses) (October 11)
  • Week 9: Raid finder wing 3 open (Last boss only) (October 25)

You will be assigned and interview date, and a boss fight which you will be responsible for creating a full strategy to be submitted to the raid leads ON YOUR INTERVIEW DATE. You must have 100% raid night availability (no lates, or misses) and understand that if you are late, do not perform well or have a shit attitude that you will be sat.

This is not just for fun, this is to test limits, server rank, and gear. If it seems like too much work, it's not intended for you, open raid is. Come have fun with us there. Full details, including all expectations (In progress, changing as data does) are available on the Guild Raiding Tab and under the Guild Raiding Forums. 

Warcraft News:

Here is a compiled list of resource guides. What to do next, how to do it, where to go for what you need, etc. 

Class Guides:

 

New Feature Guides:

 

August 2016 - Demon Hunters and Invasions:

 

Artifacts - What, where, and how: 

 

Other things to know:

 

General Good to BookMark Links:

 

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The Legion Pre-Expansion Patch Arrives July 19

by GMAmalthia, 344 days ago

The Legion Pre-Expansion Patch Arrives July 19

The skies over Azeroth are growing darker. . . .

The Legion pre-expansion patch is arriving July 19, and we wanted to give you a heads up about what to expect—and when you can expect it.

This update will include a wide variety of features and content that set the stage for the expansion, including system changes, quality-of-life improvements, and major in-game events. Some of these features will be available immediately, while other content will be unlocked in the weeks leading up to the expansion’s launch. Read on for more details.

The Opening Salvo

When the pre-expansion patch initially goes live, players will be able to immediately access many of its key system-related features. Some of these major updates include:

Transmogrification Updates
The new Transmogrification Collections system will make it easier than ever to collect, store, and sort through the gear you want to use for transmogging—without taking up storage space in your inventory, bank, or Void Storage. As you collect items that can be used with the system, you can browse through them—as well as sort by class or slot—in the Appearances tab in your Collections interface.

Class Updates
We’re making some significant changes to classes and their specs for Legion to further strengthen their identities. The core changes to spells, talents, and more are going into effect as soon as the pre-expansion patch goes live. For more information on what’s new for each class and spec, read our earlier class preview blogs.

We’re also making it easier to switch between specializations for different content. Players will be able to queue up for dungeons, raids, Battlegrounds, or Arenas as any role that is available to their class, while continuing to play as another role while they’re waiting. When they enter the content they’ve queued for, they will automatically switch to the suitable role upon entering (at no cost) and then switch back automatically when they leave the instance.

The March Toward Legion

In the weeks following the pre-expansion patch, we’ll be unlocking even more content that leads into the August 30 launch of Legion. We’re still determining the exact timing of these events, but players who pre-purchase Legion can expect to be playing a Demon Hunter around the second or third week of August (no later than August 17 globally).  We’ll share more details in the weeks ahead, but here’s a look at what’s in store:

Burning Legion Invasions
Before all hellfire breaks loose upon the Broken Shore, the Burning Legion will begin its assault upon Azeroth, turning some familiar stomping grounds into demon-infested battlefields—and it will be up to the heroes of the Alliance and the Horde to face the onslaught.

Demon Hunter Early Access
In the weeks before launch, those who have pre-purchased Legion will get early access to the new Demon Hunter class. Players will begin at level 98 and will find themselves on the fel-shattered expanse of Mardum, where they’ll play the Demon Hunter starting experience before joining their allies in the fight against the Legion.

The Battle on the Broken Shore Begins
As the situation grows more dire, Azeroth’s heroes will begin their first foray onto the Broken Shore—the epicenter of the demonic invasion.

All of the features and content listed above (save for Demon Hunter early access) will be available to all World of Warcraft players, regardless of whether they’ve pre-purchased Legion.

Preview: Demon Invasions

There’s a World of Warcraft: Legion pre-expansion patch coming soon, and that means a great number of changes and improvements will be finding their way into the game. We’ve recently outlined several reasons to get ready for it allhereandhere.

Today, we’d like to take a closer look at the some of the content that will be coming to Azeroth in the weeks after the pre-expansion patch.

Incursions and Diversions

Around the second or third week of August (no later than August 17 globally), after you’ve had time to play around with the patch and get a feel for the changes, some angry invaders are going to start dropping out of the skies over Azeroth.

You’ll be able to identify where the invasions are currently happening by looking at your world map. As quickly as you can, head out to the zone that’s under attack and lend your aid to the defense of Azeroth.

Each demon invasion takes place in four stages, and each stage ends with a reward of Nethershards—and sometimes a chest. That means it’s always a good time to rush out and fight the Legion.

A week after the invasions begin, the Legion’s assault will begin to intensify. Then, a week after that, the demonic onslaught will intensify even more, increasing your chances to complete the event-only achievements Stand Against The Legion (for completing one invasion) and Defender of Azeroth: Legion Invasions (for completing invasions in all six locations).

Loot Intensifies

When you participate in demon invasions and receive Nethershards, take note of them. Collect enough, and you can spend them on all sorts of transmogrification armor (there will be four ensembles available: cloth, leather, mail, and plate), new pieces for your neck, fingers, back, and trinket slots, as well as the event-only Felbat Pup battle pet, among and other useful items.

Speaking of weapons, you’ll always want to loot the stage 2 and stage 4 bosses in demon invasions, as they have a chance to drop one of 16 event-only weapons, such as Fel Barbed Spear or Hellfury Longbow. At item level 700, these weapons might be more than a transmogrification collection item for you—they might be the perfect thing to pick up and swing at the face of the nearest demon!

Remember to Share

One more item that we’d like to tell you about is a new toy that will be available during the Demon Invasions: the Pocket Fel Spreader. It’s not actually a good idea to leave it in your pocket, but it is a great idea to figure out how to obtain one of these tainted trifles—because this may be your only chance.

 
Legion UI Changes
Wardrobe and Transmogrification
Legion adds the Wardrobe system, allowing you to collect appearances without holding on to the items! 
  • Void Storage still exists and is unchanged.
  • You need to visit a Transmogrification NPC to hide your cloak, helm, or shoulders now. 
  • A new tab has been added to the collections pane, allowing you to browse all of the appearances wherever you are in game.
  • You can filter by collected and uncollected appearances, as well as weapon types and appearance sources.
  • You can save sets and apply them to all specs or just a specific spec, causing your transmog to change with your spec.

Interface Options

Many of the interface options were removed from the UI in Legion. You can use the AdvancedInterfaceOptions addon to access them now.
 
Character Pane
The stats in the character pane were greatly simplified in Leigon.

Combat
Nameplates, unit frames, and other parts of the combat UI got an upgrade.

  • Nameplates were redesigned to have a more compact default look, with the option to make them larger.
  • Nameplates show the duration or presence or different effects you would normally see on the enemy unit frame.
  • A new personal resource display that shows your health, power, and additional resources displays under your character while in combat.
  • The targeting circle now has a pointer on it to indicate which direction the NPC is facing.
  • Floating combat text and target area selection circles are now sharper.
  • NPCs that give credit for a quest you are on have an orange glow under them.
  • Health and Power bars now have a little animation that fades out the gain or loss that is happening.

PvP
The PvP UI has been updated with Honor talents and reward changes.

  • Honor Talents have been added to the talents pane. These unlock as your Honor Level increases.
  • Your honor level is displayed in multiple places in the PvP UI.

Maps
There were lots of updates to the flight path map and a few to the minimap.

  • The flight path map for the Broken Isles is larger, allowing you to zoom in to individual zones and pan around the map.
  • World quests are shown on the Broken Isles flight path map.
  • Undiscovered flight paths are shown on the map.
  • The minimap now displays if something is above or below you, as well as greying out things that are not outside, such as NPCs in a building or cave.
  • The world map highlights cave entrances for quests.

Professions
The professions UI got some upgrades to make it easier to use. 

  • The professions pane is now split, with a recipe list on the left and the description and materials on the right.
  • The window shows the current rank you have unlocked for a recipe, with higher ranks making crafting cheaper or gathering more rewarding.
  • The learned and unlearned items are now shown using two different tabs.
  • Unlearned recipes provide some information about where to learn them and the cost.
  • New categories have been added.
  • You can now filter recipes by source.
  • Mass Prospecting has been added for Legion materials: Mass Prospect Leystone

Graphics Settings
The Graphic Settings have been updated for Legion: 

  • The overall graphics quality is now a number from 1 to 10.
  • View distance has been increased and now has a slider that goes from 1 to 10,
  • A new maximum setting for shadows has been added: Ultra High
  • A Physics Interaction setting has been added.

Action Camera
The Action Camera is an unsupported experiment that the developers added that makes camera movement more dynamic. 

  • Any of these commands can be placed after /console actioncam
    • Default - Default settings
    • full, basic, off, on - Preset settings for each state
    • noHeadMove, lowHeadMove, heavyHeadMove - Change camera head movement
    • focusOn, focusOff - Causes the camera to shift to maintain a focus on your target
  • Be sure to check out the DynamicCam addon when it is released.

Camera Zoom Distance
The maximum camera zoom distance was reduced in Legion. 

Misc
There were lots of other little changes and improvements:

  • The Adventure Journal now has loot information for all of the raids in the game.
  • Heirloom items now use a bright blue quality color (Gronntooth War Horn).
  • Pets and Mounts from the shop have a little unwrapping animation before you can use them.
  • Achievements are now searchable with the new search box.
  • Bosses now have a large glow when there is loot on them for you.
  • The glyph pane is gone. You can apply glyphs directly to spells in the spellbook.
  • Talking heads appear during quests to go along with the voice acting.
  • You can now ignore quests.
  • You can click on a talent to learn it. The extra step to confirm has been removed.

Also Check out Wowhead's Legion Pre Expansion Patch Survival Guide: Transmog Tools, Class Guides, and More!

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