Our BfA Bundles now include 8.3 offers!
Why would we need BfA Bundles at all?
World of Warcraft offers it’s players a great deal of possible activities they can choose from to get the best out of their characters and tailor their experience according to their preferences. The daily routine that was established in Battle for Azeroth has included various PvP and PvE activities like World Quests, Warfronts, Island Expeditions, Mythic Dungeons and many others.
The content was then further expanded with the release of patch BfA 8.3, where the developers added (after a very lengthy introduction quest line) a legendary cloak that gets more powerful as you fulfil the tasks that are meant to empower it. Namely, players are all busy leveling up their cloaks through Horrific Visions – small scenario-like dungeons meant for three players. Everyone also has to complete Weekly Assaults to farm enough Coalescing Visions and Vessels to get into the Horrific Visions.
Just how much stuff there is to do every week?
If we are trying to generalize and simplify the weekly routine that every player should be doing, we’ll get a list like this one:
- Complete your Dailies to get some rep and Azerite for the necklace;
- Finish at least 3 Mythic or PvP Island Expeditions (whichever works best for you) to complete the weekly quest;
- Win enough battles in rated Arena or Battlegrounds to earn yourself a weekly reward cache;
- Push Mythic+ to the highest key level that you can – this one didn’t change one bit since the release of Mythic in Legion;
- Complete Weekly Assaults and Lesser Visions;
- Get into the NWC raiding on the highest difficulty you can.
And that’s the bare minimum you want to do on a weekly basis to stay relevant. If it seems too much to you already, then we’ve got good and bad news. Good: there’s catch-up mechanics tied to every one of these activities, so you don’t need to do your best all the time. Bad: well, the list could be easily expanded to include twice as much activities that will benefit your progression. For example:
- Uldum and Vale of Eternal Blossoms daily quests and rares for additional Coalescing Visions and reputation with new BfA 8.3 factions;
- Grind any source of Artifact Power that’s available to you.
By any measure, that’s a lot of tedious grind. Definitely enough to get an average player stress out and start asking himself whether they’ll be able to keep up with this game’s ever-increasing library of content that will, just as it always did, sooner or later feel more like a second job than a game that you started to play for fun. That is, if you’ll allow it to happen by doing all these tedious tasks on your own. But you don’t have to! Epiccarry WoW boosts are created specifically to aid you to battle the tedium!
Epiccarry BfA Bundles: get the most bang out of your buck
The customer-first approach has been our main principle since the beginning of Epiccarry, when we first appeared on the boosting market. This is why we are constantly in search of better deals and are always expanding our boost portfolio! This page displays the best deals that we could negotiate and the BfA bundles we were able to come up with.
Epiccarry bundles are small collections of services that are gathered together thematically and sold at a reduced price. See, even though the range of possible things to do is tremendous, these actions can be easily classificated and done one after another or even in parallel. Naturally, this means that some services can be assigned to the same teams and we are able to negotiate better prices for you.
Additionally, if your main objective is to stay relevant and steadily grow your character’s power, and there is no rush since you’re confident that you’ll get there anyway, it only makes sense to buy our boosting services in bulk. We will happily aid you in planning your weekly routine with us and then execute it as efficiently as possible.
Our BfA bundles can be split into two types: first one takes care of your weekly routine, and the second just offers you more of the same type of thing. A good example of the first one would be our WoW Weekly Reward Bundle or a Weekly Routine Bundle. The first one takes care of your group PvP or PvE activities, and is cheaper than what you’d have to spend if you’d have to buy the boost separately. The second one taxes care of most weekly chores that have been added in patch 8.3 — namely, weekly Assaults, Mini-Visions and 8.3 dailies. Both boosting services take a few hours of play time spread out over a week.
On the other hand, packages like Allied Races Bundle and PvP Rating Bundle are there for those that are interested in some particular aspect of the game and would like to polish their progress in that aspect to perfection. You should really think about buying the first one if you are new to the game and would like to unlock allied races for your account – buying the bundle saves you ??% over the original price of all allied races combined. And, of course, our PvP bundle got the PvP players covered — if you’re interested in the Arena it only makes sense for us to offer some decent RBG rating as well.