In Warcraft Reloaded Podcast episode 196, Blazzinbob hosts an engaging discussion with guests ClassicGho, Aprikitkat, and Buktastik. The episode kicks off with a recap of their recent activities in Season of Discovery and WoW Classic, setting the stage for a lively conversation.

Moving on to the latest news, the podcast covers a range of updates, including:

1. Cataclysm Classic Beta Updated: The beta receives an update on the CDN, signaling progress in the development of Cataclysm Classic.

2. New Rewards for Waylaid Supply Factions: Changes to rewards and quests are discussed, shedding light on the evolving gameplay dynamics in Season of Discovery.

3. Mount Cost Reduction and Experience Bonus: Anticipation builds as news of forthcoming reductions in mount costs and an experience bonus in Season of Discovery surfaces.

4. Raid Adjustments: Details emerge about the raid size for Molten Core and the new raid at level 50, both set to accommodate 20 players.

5. Self-Found Hardcore Mode: The launch of Self-Found Hardcore Mode in WoW Classic prompts discussions on its mechanics and gameplay.

6. Discovery of the Bloodthirst Blade: The podcast covers the discovery of the potent yet unusable sword, sparking intrigue within the community.

The episode concludes with a thought-provoking discussion on the perceived decline in the population of Season of Discovery, offering insights and perspectives from the hosts and guests. Overall, episode 196 provides a comprehensive update on recent developments and stimulates engaging discussions on various facets of the World of Warcraft universe.


Bob Schissler

IT System Engineer by day, avid gamer by night! Bob has been gaming his entire life and first started standing on a chair playing the arcade version of Super Mario Bros. Now he plays all kinds of games but focuses mainly on Overwatch.

Melissa Schissler

Mel loves playing video games during her free time. She didn't grow up as a gamer but quickly fell in love with it when she started. She mainly plays Classis World of Warcraft, Overwatch, and Hearthstone.

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