It’s looking like I’ll have to make use of this feature and I’m wondering about the details here. The general concept is clear but I’ve got some questions still. Pardon me if these were already clearly answered in an announcement post that I missed or something.
- If your character is eligible to use the TW campaign feature and select an expansion, will they then DEFINITELY be able to queue for all dungeons from said expansion?
- Considering the scaling makes character levels irrelevant, does selecting a TW campaign also allow you to use the expansion-specific LFR tool?
- Outside of hopefully allowing access to all of the expansions dungeons and giving a player the breadcrumb or expansion starter quest to access the starter storylines, does selecting a TW campaign really change anything on the character?
Basically for question 3; if you start questing in one and you switch to another with Chromie, do you lose anything? Things like farm/garrison/order hall progress, questline progress, quest items?
- Sort of a follow-up to the last question, does selection of one expansion somehow lock you out of accessing quests and features (not counting the dungeon finder) of the others?
-With all of the changes WoW has gone through over the last couple of years I’m just asking this one because I’ve forgotten how exactly every expansion was started for a character so I don’t know if Blizzard left those quests in and even new characters can hop into any expansion without Chromies assistance or if they deleted those quests.
It’s a little frustrating not to be able to play any Shadowlands dungeons while I’m doing those quests for story and covenant progress on my level 60 character without the convenience of LFD/LFR so I’m looking to plan out questline run-throughs with alts.
EDIT, bonus question!
Would it be wise to XP-lock a character that I’m going into an expansion with if I want to keep access to its dungeons?