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Reclaiming Gilneas – Player Feedback & The Future of Azeroth

Many players are preparing themself for the upcoming Patch 10.2.5 – Seeds of Renewal and took it to Reddit preparing themself to reclaim Gilneas. Especially the Alliance factions are currently regaining their old and new homes, as Night Elfs also build their new home in Bel’ameth.
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Reclaiming Gilneas – Player Feedback & The Future of Azeroth

Many players are preparing themself for the upcoming Patch 10.2.5 – Seeds of Renewal and took it to Reddit preparing themself to reclaim Gilneas. Especially the Alliance factions are currently regaining their old and new homes, as Night Elfs also build their new home in Bel’ameth.

Reclaiming Gilneas in Patch 10.2.5

As one player took it on Reddit, he stated “Unless it has full AH, vendors, portals, etc. we can reclaim it but beyond RP it’s unlikely many will hang here.” It is yet to discover how important Gilneas will be as a capital city for players to hang out, and stay around as their favorite city of choice. 

Most current content can be quickly accessed over the current capital city Valdrakken, which would make it very difficult for places like even Orgrimmar to maintain relevancy, unless Blizzard introduces Portals to Dungeons in old Cities, quick access to important zones like the Emerald Dream and the upcoming zone Bel’ameth.

Another player on Reddit stated:

“i mean, if Midnight’s new content is focused just to the existing 6/7 zones of Quel Thalas (Quel’Danas, Eversong, Silvermoon, Ghostlands, Zul’aman, Sunstrider Isle, and The Sunsell Plataeu), i expect an entire EK and Kalim rework.”

The hopes are high that with the reclaiming of old homes for many factions, the so-called “World Revamp” is imminent.

Gilneas Reclamation

King Greymane, the Old Wolf, is ready to retake his kingdom, but Gilneas isn’t as empty as expected. Help reclaim what was lost and return the kingdom to Gilnean hands. To begin this storyline, speak to Genn Greymane in Stormwind or Calia Menethil in Silverpine Forest.

Bel'ameth - The new Home for Night Elfs

Even Night Elfs will receive a new Home in the upcoming Patch 10.2.5 – Seeds of Renewal, located beneath the roots of the new World Tree Amirdrassil which has been rescued during the previous Season 3, defeating Fyrakk and pushing Iridikron out of scene. 

But to be honest.. where is Iridikron?

Seeds of Renewal Zone Overview: Discover Bel’ameth

Discover Bel’ameth, the arms of the Goddess, a much-needed place for the kaldorei to seek repose and solace. This new night elf settlement lies adjacent to the Ohn’ahran Plains in the Dragon Isles. It rests beneath the new World Tree, Amirdrassil’s boughs.

The Future of Azeroth

Many players are expecting a new World Revamp with the second-next Expansion ‘Midnight’ which has been teased during Blizzcon 2023 last year. With many places and homes being rebuilt, we could expect even more to happen like rebuilding Lordaeron, Zul’jin and more.

The Worldsoul Saga was announced at BlizzCon as a multiple-expansions storyline, and the second chapter of the saga is called Midnight! This chapter is entirely Void themed, with the forces of the Void invading Azeroth to attempt to plunge the Light out of the Sunwell. Help unify the Elven tribes to stand with the Light.

Midnight will bring us back to the Sunwell, which also was home of the Blood Elfs. This could finally revamp even their capital city Silvermoon City. 

It seems that the world is healing, but first we have to defeat an enemy from deep within.

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