With DragonCon 2015 came more information about the upcoming expansion for World of Warcraft, Legion. Here’s what was said by @craftycus courtesy of mmo-champion.com.

Demon Hunters are starting at Level 98 right now.
Death Knights will continue to start at Level 55.
Demon Hunters will have a short transform, with inner demon visuals.
Only Demon Hunters will be able to use glaives.
Double jump won’t be disabled anywhere.
Survival Hunters will get a Harpoon ability that allows them to throw a spear to pull mobs towards them.
Most specs are getting overhauled, tweaking them to fit the fantasy of the spec. Some will be renamed.
Some specs will use a renamed resource, such as Insanity for Shadow Priest.
The sewer class hall for Rogues looks great, not really like a sewer at all. It will have treasure chests.
The Moonkin model will be updated.
No new major glyphs will be added.
No Gnome hunters yet, maybe when it makes sense to add them.

There will be a “single system” to upgrade profession items. The current item will be destroyed, giving you a reagent needed for the upgrade (Obliterium).
A new team will be working on professions this time, including profession quest lines.
Professions will get some crafting items from dungeon loot.
Professions won’t have daily cooldowns.
Prospecting could make a return.

Transmog / Items / Stats
If the new transmog system is account wide, the item must be usable by the class trying to use it.
No tabard tab is currently planned, but the new transmog system should help to clear up some space.
Multistrike is being removed and other secondary stats will have changes as well.
Players can still only equip three profession crafted items.
There won’t be specific item art for each race and class, as Artifact weapon art is the priority.

Dungeons will absolutely be relevant again.
Illidan is ready to lead Demon Hunters against the Burning Legion.
The Park in Stormwind won’t be repaired yet.
There are plans for Jaina.
The backpack might be updated.
Warlords was not a filler expansion and built some things that will be used going forward.

So there’s plenty more to look forward to from this hotly anticipated expansion to Warcraft, we’ll be taking a closer look at all of the features in the coming months so stay tuned to gamespresso.com for the latest news.

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