How to get Oceara in Temtem

Temtem has become a hit since coming out into Early Access. It shares more than a couple of similarities with Pokemon, meaning you’ll be heading out in the vibrant world to capture creatures to add to your powerful team. In case you’re after a great Water type Temtem, here’s everything you need to know about how to get Oceara in Temtem.

Oceara can only be found in one spot: at the pool beneath a small waterfall on the lowest floor of the Aguamarina Caves. The caves are easy enough to navigate, but it takes a bit of time to reach the lowest floor due to the tamers you have to battle along the way. Take note that the Aguamarina Caves are only accessible once you have the surfboard, a prize that Arissola dojo master Sophia gives you when you defeat her.

The Aguamarina Caves are located in the North of the Sillaro River. Set off from Brical de Mar and use the surfboard to traverse up the river towards the northwest. The mouth of the cave is near the top of the river to the far left. If you are in lack of Temtem Pansun, visit our site 5mmo.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

Once you are inside the caves head towards the top of the first cavern and through the entryway. This takes you to a second cavern which is a narrow, linear curve—go straight through this cavern. The next cave is the Waterfall Pool, a small pool at the bottom of a waterfall. There will likely be a handful of other players there for the same reason as you.

Now you’re here, you know the drill. Surf around and start bumping into Water Temtem until an Oceara shows up, it’s pretty rare, so it might take a while. Since Oceara is a Water-type Temtem it’s weak against Nature, Toxic, and Electric Temtem. It’s best to stick with Nature Temtem since they can take the Water attacks and also have attacks that do little damage. It’s best to bench your Ganki—one of the best Temtem—since there’s a chance that its powerful attacks will one-punch Oceara to a premature and watery grave.

In short, to get Oceara in Temtem

1.    Head to the Aguamarina Caves

2.    Use to Surfboard to get to the Waterfall Pool

3.    Wander around to encounter Oceara, then catch it

Wargaming would adding ray tracing support to World of Tanks

The ray tracing hype train is now boarding. Wargaming announced on Sunday that it’s adding ray tracing support to World of Tanks, a popular free-to-play game in which players do battle in the titular war machines, by using the Intel oneAPI Rendering Toolkit.

Wargaming said that World of Tanks’ ray tracing support would arrive in a coming update to its Core graphics engine. Those updates will offer support for concurrent rendering as well as ray tracing. The latter will require a graphics card that supports DirectX 11 or DirectX 12 and can be disabled from the game’s settings menu. Here’s how the company described the way ray tracing support will change its graphics:

“With the introduction of our Ray Tracing (RT) technology—developed at Wargaming with close collaboration with Intel—we can recreate the ‘main actors’ of our game in higher quality; their smallest details will give super-realistic shadows when the sun hits them. Ray Tracing further immerses you in an atmosphere of furious tank combat and provides an even more enjoyable gameplay experience.” Buy cheap WOT Gold via reputable seller z2u.com, cheap, safe, no ban and no hack happened!

This is a really interesting implementation as it will not require DX12 or DXR. Not only that, but all DX11-capable GPUs will be able to support these upcoming Ray Tracing features. However, the Ray Tracing effects will be present only for intact vehicles. Damaged vehicles will not have any RT effects, so I don’t really see what’s the point here. Still, DX11 PC owners will be able to get a taste of Ray Tracing effects.

The performance degradation of Intel’s implementation is not yet known. If it’s anything like Nvidia RTX titles, it could be quite severe. However, with such a limited scope for effects, there’s a good chance it has a lessened impact to what we expect with today’s ray tracing experiences in-game.

Blackwing Lair is now live in World Of Warcraft Classic

Everyone who played Vanilla WoW remembers Blackwing Lair. Maybe you didn’t actually go in because you weren’t lucky enough to wrangle 39 other people or didn’t have the time: but you probably remember when it came out and the insane ripple effect it had on its userbase.

This latest update for World Of Warcraft Classic takes players deep within the dark recesses of Blackrock Mountain’s peak where Nefarian, the eldest son of Deathwing, carries out some of his most terrible experiments of combining the eggs of different dragonflights.  Players will need to gather together their strongest allies and head towards Blackrock Spire, fighting through 8 different bosses, each with their own challenges.  These bosses include:

Razorgore the Untamed: The guy responsible for protecting and cultivating various black dragon eggs secreted away in Blackwing Lair.
Vaelastrasz the Corrupt: Vaelastrasz is a previous enemy to Nefarian but has been corrupted and forced to fight for his former opponent.
Broodlord Lashlayer: As a drakonid of the black dragonflight he is used as a frontline soldier.
Firemaw, Ebonroc, and Flamegore: Also members of the black dragonflight, each of these imposing dragons are under the command of Nefarian, but ultimately owe their loyalty to Deathwing.
Chromaggus: This unique chromatic monster created by Nefarian can harness the power of the various dragonflights and use them against its enemies.
Nefarian: The lord of Blackrock Spire and the eldest son of Deathwing.  He is also the creator of the chromatic dragonflight.

The update also brings new reputation rewards you can earn with the Argent Dawn, Timbermaw Hold, Thorium Brotherhood, Silverwing Sentinels and Warsong Outriders factions. The new class quests will take you on a journey to a place called the Temple of Atal’Hakkar, and completing them will reward you with one of three items unique to each class. In addition, Cheap Vanilla WOW Gold is on hot sale at our website 5mmo.com.

All of this stuff, including the Assault On Blackwing Lair, is live in all the WoW Classic realms right now, and there’s more info about the update on the World Of Warcraft website.