A number of hotfixes have been introduced to World of Warcraft: Legion that will address various issues that have been plaguing the MMORPG. Developers have warned that whilst some of the hotfixes will take effect immediately, others may need scheduled realm restarts for them to go into effect.
The recently introduced Shadow of Argus update has been subject to certain fixes, such as the Fel Lava no longer damaging pets. The number of World Quests required to complete the Argussian Reach Emissary has also been decreased from four to three. This will last until next week, after which more Argussian Reach World Quests will be made available.
As far as classes are concerned, both Druid and Priest classes have had bug fixes, though these hotfixes are currently in testing. As for the Shaman class, the Elemental Overloads will now hit the target correctly if it is behind the caster.
Other fixes relate to dungeons and raids, which should now see gold being droped in low level dungeons by humanoid mobs. A bug for pet battles where Gloamwing and Snozz counted for each other toward the Aquatic Assault achievement has also been fixed, and now the objective requirement for the Core Mechanics World Quest has been reduced from 20 Crystalline Construct Cores down to eight.