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Big News Of The WeekEdit

Get Your Money For Nothing, AlmostEdit

This week, Community Manager Bashiok dropped a piece of news on us about what Blizzard intends to do with currency in World Of Warcraft. It sounds fully thought-out, so we’re going to go with the notion that Blizzard intends to put these changes in place as stated. And here is what he stated: “Emblems of Triumph and Emblems of Frost will be converted into Justice Points. All PvE emblems and badges below Frost and Triumph will be converted into gold. This even includes legacy badges, like Badges of Justice. (Then,) any bosses a player defeats that are level-appropriate to them will award them with the new Justice Points. Similarly, any items that previously cost emblems or badges of any type will now cost Justice Points instead. “

Rumors And ScuttlebuttEdit

Dig Deeper! Deeper!Edit

Blizzard decided it was high time to lay out every bit of explanation they could come up with on the subject of the forthcoming profession called Archaeology. In a massive post, Greg “Ghostcrawler” Street said, “It has been informative to watch players learn to swim by drowning, but we thought it was time to offer a little more direction.” Rapid Fire Rumors And Scuttlebutt!

  • AQ20 will henceforth be a 10-man raid.
  • The next patches have been clarified: The world will not be changing in patch 4.0.1. World changes will be in patch 4.0.3 shortly before Cataclysm launch.
  • The expansion itself will then provide players with access to the new races, new zones, level 85 cap, flight in Azeroth, Archaeology, etc.
  • Honor titles are back! Finally!!

Town CryerEdit

Squirrel Rampage on Argent Dawn writes: With the new guild achievements would it be a good idea to look for a PvP guild now or should I wait till the release?

Drop Of The WeekEdit

Hit The Start Button!Edit

Yes, this is the thirteenth special drop of the week – wherein we are highlighting things you can do in WoW before Cataclysm, that you might not get to do after Azeroth is torn asunder.

This week’s suggestion to all of you WoW players out there might come as a bit of a surprise. The good news is, it is something everyone who subscribes to the game can do, right now. Simply put, make a list of every race in the game. Now cross off the ones that you clearly recall having leveled from 1 to 20. Now, go level up characters for those other races!

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