There are currently four different ways of getting a Luma Temtem

Similar to shinies in the Pokémon games, Temtem allows you to capture and breed rare, alternately-colored creatures known as Luma Temtem. However, unlike shiny Pokémon, these special creatures often have better stats than their normal versions. That means that not only do they look sleek, but they’re more powerful than regular Temtem. If that’s not a reason to go hunting for Lumas than I don’t know what is.

Getting your hands on a pink Luma Playtpet isn’t easy. There are currently four different ways of getting a Luma Temtem: catching one in the wild, hatching one from an egg, or trading for one.

Catching one in the wild might seem the easiest option, but the odds of running into them is ridiculously rare. Your chances of coming across one as you’re skipping through the game’s grassy areas are 1 in 8000, so the odds are pretty slim. There’s currently no way to increase your chances of—like with items or in certain areas. In addition, if you are in need of Cheap Temtem Pansun, you can visit our website 5mmo.com.

However, if you do come across one, don’t panic. Slowly whittle down its health and use debuffs on it, such as Sleep. If you’re caught in a position where all your Temtem are too powerful for your target, play the waiting game. Keep telling your Temtem to rest and the Luma Temtem will eventually exhaust itself. When its health is in the red chuck a Temcard and cross all your fingers and toes.

The second way is breeding and hatching an egg. Breeding a Temtem with a Luma parent has a 1 in 600 chance—but with two Luma parents, it’s 1 in 60. Keep in mind, however, that Temtem have a fertility rating, so they have a limited number of breeding chances.

The third is to trade with another tamer. This is almost as unlikely as searching in the wild or breeding, but some may trade for in-game money. The fourth (and most expensive) way is to enter the Saipark.

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World of Tanks will support Ray Tracing via Intel’s oneAPI

Wargaming has announced that World of Tanks will support Ray Tracing via Intel’s oneAPI. Wargaming will be using ray tracing for for shadows and lighting in direct sunlight, and will support both DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 graphics cards.

According to Intel, oneAPI Rendering Toolkit is meant to be used to develop high-performance, high-fidelity, extensible, and cost-effective visualization applications through rendering libraries. All in all, this doesn’t sound as advanced as the Ray Tracing effects that most DXR games are currently using. Still, we believe that this implementation will allow more and more gamers to experience RT on their machines.

But there are some major limitations to ray tracing in World of Tanks. Wargaming said the rendering technique would only be used “for intact vehicles that are in direct sunlight.” Given the game’s focus on letting people shoot each other’s tanks, we doubt many players will be able to enjoy ray tracing for long unless they specifically hunt down intact tanks just to marvel at the lighting used while rendering them. If you want to know where is the safest place to Buy WOT Gold, I think z2u.com is your best choice, after all, the site has been officially certified,so it’s very safe.

We described oneAPI in December 2018 as Intel’s attempt to make it easier for developers to switch between its compute platforms. That list includes CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and AI accelerators. The company said on its website that the oneAPI Rendering Toolkit is meant to be used to “develop high-performance, high-fidelity, extensible, and cost-effective visualization applications through rendering libraries.”

The introduction of ray tracing support to World of Tanks might seem inconsequential, especially since it’s so limited, but it shows that developers have taken an interest in the oneAPI Rendering Toolkit. That should be good news for everyone because oneAPI isn’t limited to one platform like Nvidia’s real-time ray tracing support is. Now at least game devs can choose which ray tracing hype train to board.

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Blackwing Lair is the latest adventure to come to WoW Classic

Activision-Blizzard may have underdelivered with their latest remaster; however, that doesn’t take away from the success that is WoW Classic. Letting players jump back 15 years and immerse themselves in the original World of Warcraft experience is such a treat. And now, worthy players can test their mettle in Blackwing Lair and try to defeat Nefarian and his forces once again.

Blackwing Lair is notorious for having a sizeable skill gate as the first boss. Razorgore the Untamed requires great team coordination throughout as you work against his unique mechanics. At the end of the raid is the dangerous Nefarian, the eldest son of Deathwing. His is a long fight that forces everyone to constantly be on their toes. Plus, he requires everyone to have a specific item equipped or they’ll die very quickly. If you want to Buy Vanilla WOW Gold, I think 5mmo.com is your best choice, after all, the site has been officially certified,so it’s very safe.

As far as best-remembered raids, I would say Blackwing Lair isn’t high on most players lists. Some of the fights are great, but it lacks the pizzaz of places like Ruins of Ahn’Qiraj, Molten Core or Naxxaramas. However, the rewards you can earn are undoubtedly awesome. The Tier 2 sets remain some of the best Blizzard has ever done. The Paladin’s Judgment set is arguably the most famous set in that classes’ long history. The Rogue and Shaman sets are equally great.

This latest update also brings new reputation rewards that can be earned with the Argent Dawn, Silverwing Sentinels,  Thorium Brotherhood, Timbermaw Hold and Warsong Outriders factions. The new Level 50 class quest will take players to the Temple of Atal’Hakkar, completion of this will reward players with one of three items completely unique to each class.

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