World of Warcraft's next major patch is bringing a ton of exciting content to the game to help wrap up a lot of the Battle for Azeroth storylines. Players who have been earning the right achievements and grinding rep in the months leading up to patch 8.3 are also going to have access to some new Allied Races with a handful of powerful abilities.
Many World of Warcraft Horde players were incredibly excited to hear how to unlock Vulpera as a playable race, because the cute little animals have been fan-favorite characters throughout the latest expansion. It also doesn't hurt that their racial abilities seem very strong and incredibly on-theme in terms of flavor.
The latest datamine uncovered yet another racial ability for Vulpera, that is apparently going to replace the original Vulpera Survival Kit trait. That original racial gave Vulpera the chance to find an additional satchel of goods when they kill a humanoid, but it is being replaced with Alpaca Saddlebags, which increases the size of your backpack by eight slots.
Here is a full updated list of all the Vulpera racial abilities...
Bag of Tricks: Pull your chosen trick from the bag and use it on target enemy or ally. Enemies take damage, while allies are healed. 1.5 minute cooldown.
Rummage Your Bag: Change the contents of your Bag of Tricks.
Make Camp: Make a camp at this location. Can only be used outdoors.
Return to Camp: Return to your camp. 1 hour cooldown.
Vulpera Racial Passives
Fire Resistance: Reduces Fire damage taken by 1%.
Nose For Trouble: When you first take damage from an enemy, reduce that damage by 5% of your maximum health.
Alpaca Saddlebags - Increases the size of your backpack by 8 slots.
The Vulpera definitely have some exciting racial passives and abilities and it seems like they are going to become one of the most popular Allied Races when they become available. Patch 8.3 is still on the public test realms, but the content will likely launch soon.
Be sure to check back for more WoW Classic strategy guides, news, and updates in the coming days. Until then, For The Horde!
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth and WoW: Classic are both available now on PC. Shadowlands does not have a release date yet.