Merry Christmas! We are so glad that Christmas is here and 2019 New Year is coming. We are so honored that you chose the service of Mmosale and support for us in the past 2018. Hope the gifts we prepare for you will add to your happiness in this great festival.
1. Christmas gift
During Dec. 24 – Dec. 31, 2018
For any order above 10 euros, you will have a chance to get a mysterious Christmas gift (such as free gold, items, gamecard, and bonus)
Note: After you placed the order, you need to click the button “Luck Draw” to participate and get free gift.
2. New Year gift
During Jan. 01 – Jan. 06, 2019
The New Year gift, will directly be in your shopping cart when you place order, you just need click to redeem the gift which will save you money for your order.
1% – 10% discount, it is not sure how much you will get, just try your luck!
Hope you will be happy with our gifts. Thank you again for your support.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Abominable Greenches, kissing under the mistletoe, fruitcake, and snowball fights: Winter Veil must be here.
World of Warcraft has been building up its holiday festival for years and years now, so there is more than enough to do if you are chasing achievements, decorating your garrison, or looking for a break in the gear grind. This year there are a few small additions, such as snow globes to float around in, wooden toy weapons, and the addition of the holiday hat to a few Legion dungeon boss drop tables.
Make sure you log in between December 25th and January 2nd to pick up your free presents underneath the Christmas tree!
While the World of Warcraft raiding community soldiers on through the new Tomb of Sargeras and everyone else curses their luck at legendary item drops, Blizzard has activated Patch 7.3 on the test server.
This is a capital-B Big Deal for the game, as 7.3 is destined to take players to the world of Argus for the very first time. The studio said that players will use a ship called the Vindicaar as their new headquarters to stage a counter-invasion into Legion-held territory. Argus will eventually offer three zones to players, although only the first one is on the test server. The planet will be a no-fly zone and will apparently feature a lot of story.
“Most (but not all) of the new stuff in 7.3 takes place on Argus,” Blizzard posted, “and as you might expect, this is hostile territory. Demons patrol every crag of Argus’s shattered surface, and sometimes it seems as if the planet itself is out to get you. This will be a very story-driven update, but we’re also designing areas with sandbox elements intended to be enjoyed even after you complete the main quest, with gameplay and challenges on the planet’s surface reminiscent of past endgame areas such as the Molten Front, the Isle of Thunder, and the Timeless Isle.”
Patch 7.3 is also going to include more world quests, an additional dungeon (Seat of the Triumvirate), a new raid (Antorus, the Burning Throne), replayable invasion points, more world quests, profession updates, a new way to customize artifact relics, and new casting animations for Priests, Druids, Shamans, and Mages.
Do you believe in coincidences? How about meticulously planned cross-media marketing synergies? Either way, prepare to have your mind oh-so-slightly blown as World of Warcraft tests its Un’Goro Madness event just a week after Blizzard revealed the upcoming Un’Goro-themed expansion for Hearthstone!
The micro-holiday, which isn’t scheduled to arrive in WoW until this August, will populate Un’Goro crater with giant elite dinosaurs from all over the game. During the event, players are supposed to hunt down and kill these majestic beasts for their "adaptations." These adaptations give players strange temporary abilities, such as being unstuck in time and secreting toxins.
World of Warcraft is horning in on one of the most famous Easter eggs in the Diablo franchise: the cow level. As part of the Diablo 20th anniversary event, WoW players can mooove into a bovine-infested instance.
The cow level is accessed by killing a treasure goblin, which can spawn anywhere in Legion, including the dungeons. Doing so opens a portal to the cow level, which is a small farm crawling with udderly ridiculous foes. There’s even a cow king that drops a ton of loot, including a Twelve-String Guitar that plays the Tristram theme. Players will want to milk this mini-event for all its worth, as it ends on January 11th.
Hot on the heels of Hallow’s End comes World of Warcraft’s Day of the Dead mini-holiday. This event is meant as a way to spend some last moments with the spirits before they go into hiding for another year.
This festival is very limited in scope and rewards — but it might be worth the effort, even so. Players can complete a simple quest to earn a skeleton pet, check off four achievements, wear some costumes, and enjoy some time-limited consumables.
World of Warcraft has decided on its primary competition: Any other video game featuring fishing. Sure, there may be some other game that’s out now which also purports to be worldwide and focusing almost exclusively on angling with a title to match, but does that game feature a new assortment of colorful fishing bobbers?
Other additions for the patch include new recipes for several professions (including more cosmetic glyphs for Inscription), a new Blood of Sargeras trader who offers various resources, and new visuals for the basic campfire.
If you are fascinated with World of Warcraft’s winged Vrykrul, then your first stop in the Legion leveling process should definitely be Stormheim. The development team promises that players will be able to learn a lot about Vrykrul culture through their journeys in this zone — and even have to prove themselves to the majestic beings. It’s basically a Norse epic with a lot of thinly veiled substitutions.
The devs said that Stormheim uses environmental effects and weather to tell a sweeping story: “I would describe the ambience of the zone as dramatic. There are really big, dramatic cliffs. The Halls of Valor loom over the whole zone, and you can almost see it from everywhere. The mountain is right there, and there’s a crazy storm swirling over it. It’s filled with really dramatic vistas and cliffs.”
The team repeatedly mentioned grappling hooks that it placed all over the zone and encouraged players to follow them when they explore Stormheim.
World of Warcraft’s Legion pre-patch is on the way as promised: on July 19th, to be exact. The patch will include the new transmogrification system as well as numerous changes to classes and talents. Coming later this summer will be the release of the Demon Hunter class and the start of the pre-Legion events.
Speaking of tmog, Blizzard took some time to explain in a blog post how the new wardrobe will function (short version: You’re going to love it). “With the Legion pre-expansion patch, every piece of gear that is bound to your character permanently unlocks that item’s appearance for you.
When will World of Warcraft players experience the Legion pre-patch? Despite the fact that the opening lines of the most recent development dispatch promise to share more about when to expect it, we still do not have a firm date. What we do know, however, is that Demon Hunters will be playable on the second or third week of August, no later than August 17th globally. That means the pre-patch will be… at some point. We still don’t know. The rumored date is July 19th, but it’s just a rumor.
What the dispatch does clarify is what will come along with the pre-patch. Players will have access to the updated class abilities and transmog systems, along with quality of life changes like automatically shifting to a queued role when queuing for dungeons or raids even if you had another spec active at the time. We also know that the invasion of the Burning Legion will start up in the weeks following the Legion pre-patch rather than on the same day, so we’ll all have some time to get used to new class builds before all fel breaks loose.