World of Warcraft players to get more anima in raids and ‘keys’

The World of Warcraft: Shadowlands addition has put players with a daunting task: conquering the covenants location and rebuilding its base. And the lack of anima makes both tasks extremely difficult. As announced by a representative of Blizzard, the company has already begun to take the first steps to alleviate our afterfate.

After the weekly reboot that takes place on February 10, the number of anima received as a reward in raids and dungeons with keys will increase. Now for passing the dungeon of epic complexity with keys above +7 players will receive two anima tokens.

Their denomination is not named, but if you mean all the same items for 35 animas, you can get 70 animas for the hike. At the same time, another item will be added in dungeons with keys above +10, so that the trophy will be 105 animas.

In โ€œNafria Castleโ€, three anima tokens will fall from each of the first eight bosses. And the generals of the Stone Legion and Ser Denatrius will please us with five tokens.

So for each complete passage you can get 1190 animas. Thus, for four complete passes of the โ€œCastle of Nafriaโ€, you can accumulate animas to unlock all four covenant structures.

But this task still remains difficult for those who pump non-raid violas. Revision of adventure awards and local assignments has yet to be announced.

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