Posted Tue, Jan 25, 2011 by Saia
Dungeons are a big point of contention in World of Warcraft right now. Complaints on the forums range from the length it takes the Dungeon Finder to find you a pug to the difficulty level and time it to get through.
Blizzard has implemented a number of changes in the latest PTR focusing on dungeons. For example, level 85 bosses in Lost City of the Tol'Vir, Grim Batol, and Halls of Origination now drop 30 Justice Points each when killed. On the random dungeon front, you’ll be pleased to hear the reward on normal difficulty has been increased to 140 Justice Points, up from 70. But, perhaps most importantly, players no longer need to discover dungeon entrances in order to access them via the Dungeon Finder. Yes, I can hear the cries of delight from all across Azeroth, especially from those who - like me - have had to consult the internet to find the precise location of the Stonecore or Blackrock Caverns.