The following hotfixes went live on October 17.

Items
  • Obsidian Ring of the Zodiac
    • Fixed an issue where the internal cooldown for channeled abilities would not scale with items that increased the attack speed of specific channeled abilities
  • Staff of Chiroptera
    • Fixed an issue where you could double dip on the attack speed granted by Staff of Chiroptera if you equipped a legacy version and had the new version in Kanai’s Cube
      • Note: This was a PTR-only bug
  • Yang's Recurve
    • Fixed an issue where you could double dip on the attack speed granted by Yang’s Recurve if you equipped a legacy version and had the new version in Kanai’s Cube
      • Note: This was a PTR-only bug
We're in the process of testing a hotfix for this and will hopefully push it to PTR sometime this week.
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Blizzard commented on MAGIC FIND
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I'd have absolutely posted this sooner if I could have, but we weren't certain we were going to get the tech to work. Once it was decided it was safe to use, messaging was prepared, translated, etc.

The former - Era 9 will start alongside Season 12.

We generally don't confirm dates for patch releases (mostly because WHAT IF scenarios), but rest assured it will launch before Season 12 begins.

Indeed - his soulstone lights up!

Hey everyone,

Patch 2.6.1 is on the way and, for those of you who have kept a close eye on the PTR, it is jam-packed full of balance changes across all classes. While many are looking forward to the start of Season 12 to try out these changes, we recognize that those of you who are passionate about the Era leaderboards may be viewing this next patch with apprehension.

We’re experimenting with some technology that will allow us to, temporarily, lock the Era leaderboards. This will allow us to give some “downtime” between this era and next while we deploy the upcoming patch and take care of any serious issues that may arise post deployment. Because the nature of Eras is to be continuous, this does have an unfortunate side-effect; this will effectively lock all leaderboards, including those associated with Challenge Rifts. Don’t worry; you’ll still be able to complete Challenge Rifts for a reward! There just won’t be active leaderboards to compete on during the downtime.

To reduce the impact of this lock as much as possible, we currently plan on enabling this lock on October 20, at the same time Season 11 is scheduled to end. We would leave the leaderboards locked up until Season 12 begins, aligning the next roll of Era to occur on November 9.

Overall, we feel that this is the best, most fair way for us to ensure that the most hotly contested leaderboards remain in as equal and fair a state as possible.
Happy birthday, Natasha! It's so wonderful to hear how much you're enjoying Sanctuary and the heroes who inhabit it.

Thanks for sharing your special day with us. Truly, it's a blessing to have such sweet and honorable members of our community. :)
Nevalistis commented on Patch day???
10/12/2017 12:16 PMPosted by Xyzzy So what you are saying is ... Soon™?


I mean... if you WANT to put it into a four-letter word...
Nevalistis commented on Patch day???
We still plan on releasing a patch later today for the PTR. PTR deployments usually occur later in the day (afternoon) - we'll keep you posted if anything changes, and keep an eye out on the front page for updated patch notes once the update is available for testing!
Nevalistis commented on Colossal Diablo
The restocking is coming soon™. There will be more opportunities to add this adorable Lord of Terror to your collection. :)
10/11/2017 03:55 PMPosted by Grimshade A little off topic but the world needs to know. How many Junior Mints do you have to eat for them to count as a meal?


According to the interwebs, a 1.84 oz. box of Junior Mints has approximately 24 pieces and 220 calories. We'll call that 9.2 calories per Junior Mint. Assuming a 2000 calorie diet and a typical meal of approximately 500 calories, that means you would need to consume about 54 Junior Mints to constitute "a meal."

Glad I could contribute. ;)

10/12/2017 09:56 AMPosted by Ugum Anything that is hot and requires a spoon.


Agreed. I've attempted order-in ramen before. It almost always ends poorly, or the ramen gets cold by the time I realize "oh, right, I have food in front of me."

Just keep checking in. :) Typically, there are restocks that happen throughout the BlizzCon season. I suspect this guy will be pretty popular.

We've re-enabled the Greater Rift version of Shrouded Moors in the next PTR patch.
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