Hearthstone Patch 7.0 Mean Streets of Gadgetzan Now Live!

Patch 7.0, the update that introduces Mean Streets of Gadgetzan, is now available.

Although included in the update, the cards will not be available to put into decks until December 1. The official notes page also takes the time to remind us of the classes associated with each family, and therefore, the Tri-Class cards. They are as follows:

The Grimy Goons: Hunter, Paladin, Warrior

The Kabal: Mage, Priest, Warlock

The Jade Lotus: Druid, Rogue, Shaman

There is also one card back per month for the next three months to represent each of the three gangs in Gadgetzan. There is also a mysterious quote of  "And perhaps one more card back to come, should the stars align. . ." Hinting at even more flavour still to come. The new game board is also included in the update.


The card backs below will be released in December, January and February. They represent the Jade Lotus, The Grimy Goons, and the Kabal respectively.


The rest of the notes are listed below.
Patch 7.0 
A search for missing in the Collection Manager will now automatically switch you to Crafting Mode and find any cards that you are missing or don’t already own two or more copies of. 
Several cards now properly generate a history tile when played. 
We’ve implemented numerous AI improvements and bug fixes. 
We fixed a client issue that could occur when playing multiple spells while Archmage Antonidas is in play. 
We fixed a Spectator Mode issue that could occur when Raven Idol is played. 
Various UI & text issues have been resolved.

It is also now possible to read the flavour texts of the new cards in Crafting Mode. Many of them are funny, and there are too many good ones to list.

You Want a Real Challenge in Final Fantasy XV? Then Try Adamantoise!


There were a lot of goofy moments in Conan O’Brien’s Clueless Gamer segment on Final Fantasy 15, but one in particular stood out to eager fans awaiting the game. Near the end of his exhausting preview, O’Brien fast-forwarded ahead in the game to a quest to investigate some strange tremors. Those tremors led, naturally, to a massive boss, a giant turtle with a mountain on its back.

This is the adamantoise, and it’s Final Fantasy 15’s toughest post-game boss. In fact, according to the Conan O’Brien segment, it takes 72 real-time hours (a.k.a. three full days) to down the massive creature. According to an older interview with Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata (reported on by Square Portal), the adamantoise was supposed to take 15 hours in real time to fight.

So how do you reach adamantoise and test your patience against this lengthy battle?

The first step is to complete the game. As with the Regalia Type-F flying car, this bonus boss battle is only available with a post-game save. Once you’ve finished, load your save, go to a rest stop and call Umbra to teleport back to Lucis.

Shortly after arriving in Lucis, you should get a phone call from Cindy asking you to stop by her garage. Drive to Hammerhead, and she’ll let you know how the area has been rocked by strange earthquakes lately. Cindy will send you over to Longwythe Rest Area, where you can get more details from Dave, the hunter.

After speaking with Dave, you’ll get a brief side scene where any questgivers who you’ve befriended up to this point (as many as 14 total characters) will get together at the Longwythe Rest Area restaurant. The gathered friends will provide you with some items to thank you for your help and prepare you for the fight to come. Once you’ve collected your freebies, speak to Dave to leave the restaurant and drive over to nearby Longwythe Peak.

At Longwythe Peak, you’ll meet another hunter and have your first proper encounter with the adamantoise. Enjoy the spectacle, but don’t try to fight here; after a few moments of standing up to this beast, your quest goal will become to escape from the living mountain. Once you do so, you’ll receive a “quest completed” reward, but obviously your prey is still out there.

So you want to fight the adamantoise for real? Head to the diner in Hammerhead and speak to Takka, the hunt questgiver there. He’ll now have a new quest to take on the adamantoise properly. Note that the quest recommends a party level of 99 (the same level as the adamantoise itself). As soon as you accept the hunt from Takka, you’ll be placed into battle, so don’t do so until you’re ready — ideally buffed up from a strong meal at camp and stocked full of every kind of potion you might need.


So does it really take 72 hours? Or even 15? Even after completing the game, we were nowhere near that level 99 goal, and our attempts to fight adamantoise in the level 50-to-60 range did not go so well, so we can’t say for sure. However, according to this video guide from YouTube user PowerPyx, the 72-hour and 15-hour claims are a bit of an exaggeration.

PowerPyx took on the creature at level 69 using a specific combination of meal buffs and potions to maximize the damage done. This includes a combo of attacks at certain points in the fight that allowed them to do 9,999 damage (seemingly the max possible) over and over for extended periods.

Even with these advanced strategies, it took PowerPyx about an hour of non-stop fighting to take down adamantoise. So still a long time, but nowhere near that 72 hour claim.

“Unless you go afk [away from keyboard] for 71 hours, there’s no way the fight will last that long,” PowerPyx said to one commenter on their video.

Still, this is a tough boss, so it has to come with some meaningful rewards, right? For completing the hunt, you’ll receive 50,000 gil, the Tortoise Toppler trophy/achievement and an adamantite bangle. Assuming the adamantite bangle operates the same as other bangles in Final Fantasy 15, you can equip this on a character to boost their maximum hit points — although it’s unclear why you might need to do that after taking out the biggest enemy in the game.

How to Unlock Flying in World of Warcraft: Legion Patch 7.2


Patch 7.2 will introduce flying to Legion. Similar to Draenor PathfinderDraenor Pathfinder, flying will be unlocked across all characters on your account and is gated behind two achievements.

Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part One, is the initial requirement. While Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part Two hasn't been added yet and can't be completed until Patch 7.2, you can still work your way to complete the first part.

Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part One

The achievement is the first step toward unlocking flying in Legion. The achievement progress is account-wide so it doesn't matter which character you complete it on.

  • You have to work your way through your Class Order Hall. Completing it is mandatory, because it unlocks your third Relic slot.
You need to hit Revered with every Legion faction. This is achieved only through leveling or World Quests and you can give our faction guides a read.

Certain addons can help you explore the Broken Isles faster. They will show coords of unexplored areas and save a lot of time. All Legion zones have to be explored for this achievement.
Loremaster of LegionLoremaster of Legion

Completing the storyline in every zone is mandatory for this achievement. Again, the Loremaster addon can immensely help you, because sometimes you may abandon a quest because your quest log is full and have no idea where to pick it. Here are the achievements for every zone


The requirement here is to complete 100 different World Quests. Completing the same quest twice won't count toward the achievement. Some addons will greatly improve your questing experience, such as
Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part Two


The second part is tied to completing Patch 7.2 specific content. Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part OneBroken Isles Pathfinder, Part One is the first requirement to unlock Broken Isles Flying and is far more time-consuming than this part.

Breaching the Tomb
  • We won't be able to access the Tomb of Sargeras immediately. The raid is gated behind attunement and the first step starts in the Cathedral of Eternal Night, which is a new four-boss dungeon added in 7.2.
Defender of the Broken Isles
  • The Class Order Hall story will continue and we'll have to finish it.
Explore Broken Shore
  • The step is simple; exploring the Broken Shore will award the achievement.
Legionfall Commander
  • Armies of the Legionfall is a new faction that is added in Patch 7.2. We'll have to reach Exalted reputation.

Complete List of QR Codes for Pokemon Sun & Moon

One of Pokémon Sun and Moon’s lesser-known features is the QR code scanner. Although it was revealed pre-launch, the finer details are still being uncovered by players who have blasted through the games. What we do know by now is that this piece of post-game content is pretty cool, and players are helping each other out by making it far more accessible.

The QR code scanner is unlocked after beating the main campaign. It allows players to ... well, scan QR codes, obviously. Every code corresponds to one Pokémon in Alola’s regional Pokédex, and once scanned, players will be able to register them to seek out in their own games. The Pokédex will show where that Pokémon can be caught on the map, if at all, which is great for filling out that ‘dex.

Below are 400+ QR Codes for Pokemon in Sun and Moon which you can scan to help you fill your Pokedex quickly. Take note that these includes every single monster in the Alolan Pokedex and it's really huge so we advice to use the CTRL+F function of your computer to scan the Pokemon you don't have in your pokedex yet. And yeah, players can only scan one code per day. Choose wisely — as in, maybe don’t scan that shiny Dartrix code, since that’s not a Pokémon you’ll ever find out in the wild.

Rowlet

Shiny Rowlet

Dartrix

Shiny Dartrix

Decidueye

Shiny Decidueye

Litten

Shiny Litten

Torracat

Shiny Torracat

Inceneroar

Shiny Inceneroar

Popplio

Shiny Popplio

Brionne

Shiny Brionne

Primarina

Shiny Primarina

Pikipek

Shiny Pikipek

Trumbeak

Shiny Trumbeak

Toucannon

Shiny Toucannon

Yungoos

Shiny Yungoos

Gumshoos

Shiny Gumshoos

Male Rattata

Shiny Male Rattata

Female Rattata

Shiny Female Rattata

Alolan Rattata

Shiny Alolan Rattata

Male Raticate 

Shiny Male Raticate 

Female Raticate 

Shiny Female Raticate 

Alola Raticate 

Shiny Alola Raticate 

Caterpie 

Shiny Caterpie 

Metapod

Shiny Metapod 

Male Butterfree 

Shiny Male Butterfree 

Female Butterfree 

Shiny Female Butterfree 

Male Ledyba 

Shiny Male Ledyba 

Female Ledyba 

Shiny Female Ledyba 

Male Ledian 

Shiny Male Ledian 

Female Ledian 

Shiny Female Ledian 

Spinarak 

Shiny Spinarak 

Ariados 

Shiny Ariados 

Pichu 

Shiny Pichu 

Male Pikachu 

Shiny Male Pikachu 

Female Pikachu 

Shiny Female Pikachu 

Male Raichu 

Shiny Male Raichu 

Female Raichu 

Shiny Female Raichu 

Alolan Raichu 

Shiny Alolan Raichu 

Grubbin 

Shiny Grubbin 

Charjabug 

Shiny Charjabug 

Vikavolt 

Shiny Vikavolt 

Bonsly 

Shiny Bonsly 

Male Sudowoodo 

Shiny Male Sudowoodo 

Female Sudowoodo 

Shiny Female Sudowoodo 

Happiny 

Shiny Happiny 

Chansey 

Shiney Chansey 

Blissey 

Shiny Blissey 

Munchlax 

Shiny Munchlax 

Snorlax 

Shiny Snorlax 

Slowpoke 

Shiny Slowpoke 

Slowbro 

Shiny Slowbro 

Mega Slowbro 

Shiny Mega Slowbro 

Slowking 

Shiny Slowking 

Wingull 

Shiny Wingull 

Pelipper 

Shiny Pelliper 

Abra 

Shiny Abra 

Male Kadabra 

Shiny Male Kadabra 

Female Kadabra 

Shiny Female Kadabra 

Male Alakazam 

Shiny Male Alakazam 

Female Alakazam 

Shiny Female Alakazam 

Mega Alakazam 

Shiny Mega Alakazam 

Meowth 

Shiny Meowth 

Alolan Meowth 

Shiny Alolan Meowth 

Persian 

Shiny Persian 

Alolan Persian 

Shiny Alolan Persian 

Magnemite 

Shiny Magnemite 

Magneton 

Shiny Magneton 

Magnezone 

Shiny Magnezone 

Grimer 

Shiny Grimer 

Alolan Grimer 

Shiny Alolan Grimer 

Muk 

Shiny Muk 

Alolan Muk 

Shiny Alolan Muk 

Glowlithe 

Shiny Glowlithe 

Arcanine 

Shiny Arcanine 

Drowzee 

Shiny Drowzee 

Male Hypno 

Shiny Male Hypno 

Female Hypno 

Shiny Female Hypno 

Makuhita 

Shiny Makuhita 

Hariyama 

Shiny Hariyama 

Smeargle 

Shiny Smeargle 

Crabrawler 

Shiny Crabrawler 

Crabominable 

Shiny Crobominable 

Gastly

Shiny Gastly

Haunter

Shiny Haunter

Gengar

Shiny Gengar

Mega Gengar

Shiny Mega Gengar

Drifloon

Shiny Drifloon

Drifblim

Shiny Drifblim

Misdreavus

Shiny Misdreavus

Mismagius

Shiny Mismagius

Male Zubat

Shiny Male Zubat

Female Zubat

Shiny Female Zubat

Male Golbat

Shiny Male Golbat

Female Golbat

Shiny Female Golbat

Crobat

Shiny Crobat

Diglett

Shiny Diglett

Alolan Diglett

Shiny Alolan Diglett

Dugtrio

Shiny Dugtrio

Alolan Dugtrio

Shiny Alolan Dugtrio

Spearow

Shiny Spearow

Fearow

Shiny Spearow

Rufflett

Shiny Rufflett

Braviary

Shiny Braviary

Vullaby

Shiny Vullaby

Mandibuzz

Shiny Mandibuzz

Mankey

Shiny Mankey

Primeape

Shiny Primeape

Delibird

Shiny Delibird

Baile Oricorio

Shiny Baile Oricorio

Pom Pom Oricorio

Shiny Pom Pom Oricorio

Sensu Oricorio

Shiny Sensu Oricorio

Pau Oricorio

Shiny Pau Oricorio

Cutiefly

Shiny Cutiefly

Ribombee

Shiny Ribombee

Petilil

Shiny Petilil

Lilligant

Shiny Lilligant

Cottonee

Shiny Cottonee

Whimsicott

Shiny Whimsicott

Psyduck

Shiny Psyduck

Golduck

Shiny Golduck

Male Magikarp

Shiny Male Magikarp

Female Magikarp

Shiny Female Magikarp

Male Gyarados

Male Gyarados

Female Gyarados

Shiny Female Gyarados

Mega Gyarados

Shiny Mega Gyarados

Barboach

Shiny Barboach

Whiscash

Shiny Whiscash

Machop

Shiny Machop

Machoke

Shiny Machoke

Machamp

Shiny Machamp

Roggenrola

Shiny Roggenrola

Boldore

Shiny Boldore

Gigalith

Shiny Gigalith

Carbink

Shiny Carbink

Sableye

Shiny Sableye

Mega Sableye

Shiny Mega Sableye

Rockruff

Shiny Rockruff

Midday Lycanroc

Shiny Midday Lycanroc

Midnight Lycanroc 

Shiny Midnight Lycanroc 

Spinda 

Tentacool 

Tentacruel 

Finneon 

Lumineon 

Wishiwashi 

Luvdisc 

Corsola 

Mareanie 

Toxapex 

Shellder 

Cloyster 

Bagon 

Shelgon 

Salamance 

Lillipup 

Herdier 

Stoutland 

Eeevee 

Vaporeon 

Jolteon 

Flareon 

Espeon 

Umbreon 

Leafeon 

Glaceon 

Sylveon 

Mudbray 

Mudsdale 

Igglypuff 

Jigglypuff 

Wigglytuff 

Tauros 

Miltank 

Surskit 

Masquerain 

Dewpider 

Araquanid 

Fomantis 

Lurantis 

Morelull 

 Shiinotic

Paras 

Parasect 

Poliwag 

Poliwhirl 

Poliwrath 

Politoed 

Goldeen 

Seaking 

Feebas 

Milotic 

Alomomola 

Fletchling 

Fletchinder 

Talonflame 

Salandit 

Salazzle 

Cubone 

Marowak 

Kangaskhan 

Magby 

Magmar 

Magmortar 

Stufful 

Bewear 

Bounsweet 

Steenee 

Tsareena 

Comfey 

Pinsir 

Orangur 

Passimian 

Goomy 

Sliggoo 

Goodra 

Castform 

Wimpod 

Golisopod 

Staryu 

Starmie 

Sandygast 

Palossand 

Cranidos 

Rampardos 

Shieldon 

Bastiodon 

Archen 

Acheops 

Tirtouga 

 Carracosta

Phantump 

Trevenant 

 Nosepass

Probopass 

Pyukumuku 

Chinchou 

Lanturn 

 Type: Null

Silvally

Zygarde

Trubbish

Garbodor

Skarmory

Ditto

Cleffa

Clefairy

Clefable

Minior

Beldum

Metang

Metagross

Porygon

Porygon2

Porygon-Z

Pancham

Pangoro

Komala

Torkoal

Tortunator

Togedemaru

Elekid

Electabuzz

Electivire

Geodude

Graveler

Golem

Sandile

Krokorok

Krookodile

Trapinch

Vibrava

Flygon

Gible

Gabite

Garchomp

Klefki

Mimikyu

Bruxish

Drampa

Absol

Snorunt

Glalie

Froslass

Sneasel

Weavile

Sandshrew

Sandslash

Vulpix

Ninetails

Vanillite

Vanillish

Vanilluxe

Snubbull

Granbull

Shellos

Gastrodon

Ralicanth

Dhelmise

Carvanha

Sharpedo

Wailmer

Wailord

Lapras

Exeggute

Exeggutor

Jangmo-o

Hakamo-o

Kommo-o

Emolga

Scyther

Scizor

Murkrow

Honchkrow

Riolu

Lucario

Dratini

Dragonair

Dragonite

Aerodactyl

Koko

Lele

Bulu

Fini

Cosmog

Cosmoen

Solgaleo

Lunala

Nihilego

Buzzwole

Pheremosa

Xurkitree

Celesteela

Kartana

Guzzlord

Necrozma

Magearna

Mashadow