Megagon Island leads to Operation: Megagon, a new mega-dungeon with eight heads, available only in advanced, mythical difficulties.
Meanwhile, in non-content, the players of the Horde and the Alliance will be submerged in the Nazar Zone, the home of Queen Azhara and her Naga Armies. I do not know why she gets the highest bills, but her zone, which is a vast kingdom beneath the surface of Azeroth's ocean, looks pretty impressive so far.
In Nazjatar, players can collect something called prismatic monarchs that can be exchanged for special benthic superstructures. This unique bumper designed for use in the Nazjatar area and the upcoming Azshara's Eternal Palace will provide the owner with special benefits such as increased damage, increased mounting speed, opponents, and more.
This is one of those extensions
World of Warcraft in which I enter and I have no idea what to do next.
 Can I align Alto so that I can get the taurine armored heritage that replaces the cloaks with a huge, wooden totem?
There are new quests to complete. The military campaign continues, advancing the Battle of the Horde against the Alliance at the center of the battle for the expansion of Azeroth. There are new island expeditions and a huge new PVP battlefield to break. Hell, I have not even finished the first half of the flight in the battle for Azeroth's achievements, and now the second half is live in the game. Should I finish it and get a mechanical parrot mount? I just do not know.
Coming up, let's take a look at those notes again. Of course, all that time he was staring at me. One moment.
Have I already mentioned players turning all their armor invisible beyond their pants? Time for trousers, people. PANTIA.
Check out the Blizzard Survival Guide Rize of Azshara's video for a list of things to do if your pants are not yours.