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The Brawler’s Guild reopens today with patch 8.1.5. It’s not as well known as a lot of things in the game, and with the arrival in the patch of the Zandalari and the Kul Tirans, it’s probably not the one thing you’re most looking forward to doing. I’ve had a lot of fun with it since its inception, though, so I’m looking forward to seeing what’s new. Here’s a rundown of what to expect, courtesy of Blizzard.
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First of all, you need an invitation. They are the Blood-Soaked Invitation or a Brawler’s Pass. These dropped off a wide variety of mobs and could be traded or sold. For a time, we had several in our guild bank. They will be updated for Battle for Azeroth, and you still need one of them to gain admittance. Only level 120s can use them. They will drop off enemies of the opposing faction anywhere in either Zandalar or Kul Tiras. A new vendor in Orgrimmar and Stormwind — A. Shady — is promised to “occasionally” have them — the key word there is “occasionally.” What that means isn’t clear yet.
While you’ve been out playing pirate on the shores of Zuldazar and dancing through the fields of Drustvar picking flowers, the Brawler’s Guild has been hard at work training up their fighters and finding new contenders for you to face. But are you going to be ready to take them on after all of that downtime you’ve had vacationing in the islands?
Location: Brawl’gar Arena in Orgrimmar or Bizmo’s Brawlpub in the Deeprun Tram
Entry Requirements: Level 120 and either a Blood-Soaked Invitation or Brawler’s Pass
Enemies of the opposite faction in Zandalar and Kul Tiras now drop invitations, and a new vendor–A. Shady— occasionally has them for sale in Orgrimmar and Stormwind.
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