Artifact weapons are a huge part of the World of Warcraft: Legion expansion. Every specialization of every class gets one, which is a total of 36 weapons. Each weapon also has different variations or appearances you can unlock. These range from simple recolors, to complete changes in design.
The appearances also range, depending on activities you complete. For example, some are unlocked by participating in PvP, and others are unlocked by working on your Class Order Hall campaign.
I’m going to explain what these different appearances are, and how to unlock them. There will be a separate guide to show the hidden appearances.
This guide will go over unlocking alternate artifact weapon appearances in Legion including:
- Types of Appearances – The different appearances you can unlock.
- Unlock Requirements – How to unlock the different artifact appearances.
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There are more than just the standard Artifact Appearances in World of Warcraft: Legion, there are hidden ones. All 36 artifact weapons have a hidden appearance, and 4 total colors for that appearance. You can unlock these in many different ways, from just buying an item, to getting one from a random drop.
I’m going to go over all of the known ways to get hidden appearances so far. It is not known how to get some of the appearances, so I’ll update when I find out.
You can see what each color looks like by visiting wowhead.
This guide will go over how to unlock all the hidden artifact weapon appearances in Legion including:
- Unlocking Alternate Hidden Artifact Weapon Colors – How to get each alternate color of the hidden artifact weapons.
- Death Knight – The hidden appearances for each artifact weapon and how to get them.
- Demon Hunter
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Demon Hunter is the newest class being added to World of Warcraft for the Legion expansion. They are a hero class, which means they have their own introduction/tutorial and start at a higher level. You start off at level 98 and reach level 100 after the intro, but you are required to have a level 70 character on that server before you can make a Demon Hunter.
When you make a Demon Hunter, you must wait 1 week before you can do Legacy raids. This is to prevent people from farming them by just creating a Demon Hunter, deleting it, then creating it again.
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The Legion expansion is out at the end of the month and you might be wondering what to do in the meantime. Luckily, this is the perfect time to catch up on things you probably neglected during the peak times of World of Warcraft. Plus, there are plenty of class changes already out and new things coming on August 9th.
Also, if you’re new, or just wanting to get into WoW, this is a good time to play. I think of this as the new era because so much is changing and has changed for the Legion expansion. Although we don’t yet know what the future of WoW holds, now is a time of change.
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We’ve got some big news for you: Color and font customization are now live on Gamer Launch!
Complete color control!
The moment you’ve been waiting for is here! The new color scheme editor allows you to choose custom colors for all sections of your Gamer Launch site. With this new editor, you can either use pre-generated color schemes, or you can go fully customized and choose different colors for every last section.
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The World of Warcraft team is hosting a special event Tuesday, February 9, at 3:00 p.m. PST (6:00 p.m EST, 11:00 p.m. GMT). The event — which will be streamed live on the Warcraft Twitch channel — is a dungeon race of epic proportions. Warcraft streamers, YouTubers, and other personalities from Europe and North America will race against each other in timed races through two of the max-level dungeons set to be released with Legion.
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MOBAs, MMOs, team-based online shooters, Minecraft servers…
More and more often, game developers are releasing games that cater to group and team-based play. In fact, multiplayer has become so ingrained and expected in modern game development that players are often shocked when a developer elects to publish a game without some sort of multiplayer component.
For a lot of people, this begs the question, “Is multiplayer becoming the norm in gaming?”
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As 2015 starts winding down, the eSports season is just heating up. Korean team SK Telecom T1 just took home the world championship titles for League of Legends last week, and we’re about to see some serious action at BlizzCon this weekend, with championship tournaments happening for Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Starcraft, and World of Warcraft. The SMITE World Championship Series is on the horizon as well, with the Super Regionals coming up in two weeks.
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We all have games that we really love. We keep coming back to them over and over, and they always excite us no matter how often we load them up. Once we find a game that we and our friends can enjoy time after time, it’s hard to let that go. We’ll play and play until our beloved game becomes obsolete, and sometimes we’ll keep playing after that. It’s difficult to find games that grab us this way, so we’ll hang on to the ones that do much longer than we probably should.
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ESL and ArenaNet are coming together to bring a brand new league to the Guild Wars 2 competitive scene. It’s the Guild Wars 2 Pro League – a $400,000 tournament series. This is the largest ever prize pool for any Guild Wars 2 competitive event, and it’s one of the largest prizes in the history of ESL Pro League. The purse will be paid out over the course of two seasons.
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