World of Warcraft's PvP got a couple of hotfixes during recent maintenance by Blizz. Six classes received buffs and nerfs for the PvP portion of the game. Argus has now also been unlocked for all your alt characters to play around in.
Some PvP tuning was deployed after maintenance yesterday, and the likes of Druids, Demon Hunters and others were affected. Most of the changes applied are nerfs. The classes to receive these changes are Druids, Demon Hunters, Monks, Paladins, Shaman, and Warlocks.
Shed and Rake's damage output was slashed in half while stealthed in PvP situations.
Enraged Maim now costs five Combo Points and incapacitates the target for five seconds instedad of six. It also has a 10 second cooldown now. The damage of the Lunar Inspiration version of Moonfire is reduced by 20 percent in PvP situations.
- Demon Hunter
Imprison’s duration on players has been reduced to three seconds and its cooldown now takes 45 seconds.
Read the rest of the patch notes here. In addition to these hotfixes, Blizzard poured out a couple more, and these have to do with account-wide unlocks for Antorus Wastes and Invasion Points.
The deal is: if you have the Argus storylines completed on one character, you are now able to access the continent with all your other characters. Antorus Wastes World Quests and treasures will open up account-wide as soon as you finish "The Assault Begins" chapter, and access to Invasion Points and Greater Invasion Points will be granted with completion of "Dark Awakenings" chapter.
The Netherlight Crucible also received a small buff. The Dark Sorrows trait has been buffed by 40 percent to bring it more in line with the other Netherlight Crucible traits. This is one of the Void options that you can choose for Tier 2 on your relics. The rest of the hotfixes can be found right through here.