WoW Hotfixes - Updated March 20

Ding dong, the witch is dead!

This hotfix to discipline priest has resulted in Expiation damage no longer transferring to Atonement healing at all. Since this is a massive nerf and unmentioned here, it is obviously a bug. Requires a fix pretty urgently.



buh bye dont let the door hit you on the way out.

This is the only fix to the trader post :expressionless: fix the freaking mail armor transmog!

Source? have you ever read more than one post?

Its literal fkn morons like you that is why the game is the way it is.

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so let me get this straight a few people posting things on the forums and all of the sudden its the majority of players. so yea where is your source. if you dont have one then dont speak on the behalf of the playerbase because you simply dont have the information.

Lol, just keep paying this shyt company money, and shill on the forums.

GL with that.

hmmm its worked for years and years so yea ill keep on “shilling” for a game that entertains me, not to mention the salt farm that is the the forums. keep speaking for the majority when you have absolutely no idea if people agree with you.

Lol, just be in denial.

be denial that im having fun? there is someone in denial here but im pretty sure it isnt me lmao.

Hey all! Here are today’s hotfixes.

March 6, 2023


  • [With weekly restarts] Fixed an issue causing Vault of the Incarnates achievement progress to sometimes reset when abandoning an LFR scenario.


  • Priest
    • Discipline
      • Fixed a bug causing Expiation to no longer trigger Atonement.

Player versus Player

  • Classes
    • Monk
      • Brewmaster
        • [With weekly restarts] Breath of Fire deals 35% additional damage in PvP.
    • Priest
      • Discipline
        • [With weekly restarts] Sins of the Many’s effect is now reduced by 50% in PvP Combat.
        • [With weekly restarts] Atonement healing is increased by 40% in PvP Combat (was 20%).
        • Developers’ notes: We want Discipline Priests to contribute more offensively than other healers, but currently its damage is higher than we’re comfortable with. On top of a recent bug fix to Expiation damage, we feel it’s best to bring down Discipline’s overall damage while equalizing healing from Atonement which we feel is in a good spot.
    • Rogue
      • Assassination
        • [With weekly restarts] Deathmark duplicated effects now deal 50% (was 70%) of normal damage in PvP Combat.
        • [With weekly restarts] Numbing Poison effectiveness now reduced by 47% (was 33%) in PvP Combat.
        • [With weekly restarts] Numbing Poison (Shiv Effect) effectiveness now reduced by 52% (was 40%) in PvP Combat.
        • [With weekly restarts] Improved Garrote - Fixed a bug that prevented Improved Garrote’s PvP Multiplier from applying. Damage bonus will once again match the tooltip value of 30% (base 50%) in PvP Combat.

Nice English.

Buff guardian druid.

Is the CM posting in this thread a bot, or just so jaded that they can’t acknowledge even SOME of what’s being said here?

They can’t acknowledge, otherwise they’ll get railed on for saying something someone doesn’t like and it’ll turn into a poopoo thread like what trolls do to most threads.

The forums is full of people spinning each other’s words as fuel to personal attack and gatekeep, so can you blame them?


Woohoo! Good changes

Thank you for upping the frequency on PvP tuning again, it’s very welcome.

This isn’t always the case. Getting thrown into a partially completed raid wing, doing the remaining bosses, and then joining a new instance of that wing will wipe it. No abandoning needed. This has been happening to me for weeks and I did report it the other day in the bug forum.

I think they should interact with the community they fostered. If they don’t like the way it came out, that’s even more reason for them to speak up.

disc needs more nerfing, what youve done accomplishes almost nothing, they will still be miles ahead of other healers in shuffle