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News Tag: WOW Gold

  • WoW Dragonflight Patch 10.1: Pre-season Gear Uprades & Progression Guide

    Posted: May 04, 2023

    This guide will tell you all details of pre-season gear uprades and progression during the first week of patch 10.1 Embers of Neltharion and let’s slow walk through how gearing and progression is going to work in this patch.

    Keep in mind: some specific info here might be inaccurate because PTR stuff, but you should be able to walk away with a general idea of what to do. Let’s focus on acquiring gear, currencies, and some basic understanding.

    Gear You Can Get

    When you start questing and land ways to mobs in the first week of 10.1, you’ll mostly be picking up Explorer Level Gear. This gear has an item level range of 376 to 398. So, it can be slightly higher than the Forbidden Reach Gear. This range also happens to cover Normal and Heroic Dungeons, so you can expect Explorer Level Gear to drop from here as well.

    You may also run into a few pieces of adventure and even Veteran Gear, which is worth paying more attention to. Adventure Gear ranges from an item level of 389 to 411. Veteran Gear ranges from 402 to 424, which during this pre-season period is the highest item level you can get. Mythic Zero Dungeons are where you can farm for Adventure Gear while Veteran Gear may be found in a later part of the quest campaign if you can get to it.

    And there are weekly chests like the one you get from the Aiding the Accord quest that you pick up in Valdrakken and you should knock that one out. There’s also a weekly quest called “A Worthy Ally” to help out the Niffen. That’s almost identical to the Aiding the Accord quest, where you get rap and do activities and you just get a bunch of goodies.

    Sniffen Seek

    Another source of decent starting gear is the zone activity, Sniffen Seek. It’s a low stakes puzzle solving kind of escape room sort of feel with limited combat and from the feel of it. You can do this up to three times a week. You just have to work for it. The first dig is free. You get one each reset. You can get more chances by finding maps and you can get one from completing the Worthy Ally Quest each week. And finally, you can use your WoW 10.1 Gold to purchase a map from a vendor once per week by trading in Barter Bricks.

    Barter Bricks are a trading currency that you obtain in the zone that you use on all sorts of different stuff, including another one of those maps, and it’s cheap. There’s some other cool stuff you can get from the Sniffen Seek activity, but we’re focused on the gear side of things. You should just do this activity and get the gear you want.

    Flightstones & Crests

    Now, let’s talk about Flightstones and Crests. These are found in various quantities and qualities all over the Dragon Isles, not just a new zone. Killing Rares, cooking soup, digging holes in the ground and game activities, Flightstones are all over the place. You can only hold 2,000 of these at a time, but there’s no daily or weekly cap. These are made to be earned and spent freely. And they are our currency, so there’s no bag space taken up.

    Crests during the preseason at least will come in two flavors: Whelpling Shodowflame Crests and Drake’s Showflame Crests. They can come as a whole or in the form of fragments. You just put 15 together to make one.

    If you do Whelpling level activities, you will get Whelpling Crests and if you do Drake level activities, you will get Drake Crests. Basically, depending on the difficulty level of activity that you do, you get the gear and the upgrade materials to match it. These basic crests are also pretty easy to find. You’ll get them from world quests to weekly loot boxes to digging and more. These fragments and crests will take up Reagent Bag space, but they stack up fairly high, so it’s not like the hugest burden.

    There is a cap on the crest that grows throughout the season. At the start, you can only create 10 of each crest, which limits just how many times you can upgrade your gear to higher levels per week. It’s not meant to get the idea of infinitely farming for upgrades entirely. But it is mostly meant to prevent the most degenerate behavior within the first like two or so weeks of the season. Next week, the cap is going to go up for these two crafts. New crest will be introduced and from me, you’re going to learn how these crafts might not be needed at all for certain upgrades.

    There is a way to pick up extra crest fragments if you’re interested. A vendor (Spinsoa) in the zone sells bags of these and you can purchase one of these bags per week. The vendor asks for Unearthed Fragrant Coins, and these are earned from completing public events out in the new zone. They’re pretty easy to find. They look like a horn on the map. They’re sort of like world quests, but not. They don’t show up on the map unless you’re within a generous range. But you still need to explore to find them. They can take up more time than a world quest to complete, but as a public event, everyone who is participating shares credits. So, in a big group and especially early in the patch expect a lot of traffic and for these to get knocked out really quickly.

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    What To Do For Players Who Participate In “Big Three”?

    For those who actively participate in “Big Three” content, which is organized raids, PVP and Mythic +, you may be probably out gear almost everything that’s being offered to you during this pre-season. Flightstones are going to be important to collect, but not critical. Just do what you feel like doing for now.

    The only thing I would say to pay attention to would be Veteran Gear, that drops because item level 424 gear is not to the upgraded NPC. Plug it in and it’s going to ask you for certain resources. It’ll definitely ask for Flightstones and it may ask for one or two kinds of crests or not at all.

    Finally, there’s a quest that you can pick up to complete your first Spark of Shadowflame. You can use it to craft a new piece of gear or to upgrade Season 1 gear to Season 2 gear, which will have up to an item level of 424. The reagents needed to take this gear even higher aren’t going to be available until the following week.

    Crafting or recrafting this gear is going to take a skill equivalent to crafting Season 1 gear without any Primal Infusions, so this is going to be very accessible. I suggest choosing your piece of gear wisely.


    Let’s summarize. Don’t worry about upgrades outside of Veteran Gear. Work towards getting that first Spark of Shadowflame. Get your first piece of 424 or gear. Get as far as you can into the quest campaign for some possible Veteran gear and reputation. Knock out the zone activities and try to keep your stock of Flightstones fairly high for when the season starts the following week.

  • WOW: Dragonflight Patch 10.0.7 Details

    Posted: Mar 06, 2023

    While a World of Warcraft release date is still undecided, World of Warcraft: Dragonflight’s next patch, 10.0.7, is already being tested on the PTR

    According to World of Warcraft’s roadmap, they will release it this spring. The new patch will introduce a host of new content while continuing to expand on Dragon Isles story. This looks very interesting, and I believe it will not keep players waiting too long.

    Patch 10.0.7 is the second patch for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, and not only will the original setting be adjusted, but it will also introduce a brand new area, new armor sets, new story missions, and a brand new faction.

    Forbidden Reach

    The latest feature that patch 10.0.7 will introduce is Forbidden Reach. I originally intended forbidden Reach to be the location where Dracthyr Evokers introduced players to the questline, but with this update, it will appear as the highest level area for players to explore. 

    Not only will there be a new main story line in this area, but they will add some new features that players can use at will. At the same time, there will be new Dragonriding Races, a brand-new Mega-Storm event and pet battle activities waiting for players to take part.

    Zskera Vault is probably one of players’ favorite parts of Forbidden Reach. Players can randomly enter a treasure room here every week. There is a mystery in the treasure room. Players need to successfully kill the monsters in the treasure room before solving the mystery. 

    Players can receive weekly Vault quests from the black dragon Voraxian. While completing this task, players will also learn about the history of this place and unlock the secrets of the past. Players can get Onyx Annulet equipment and empower it through Primordial Stones. 

    Heritage Armor

    Patch 10.0.7 also introduces two new Heritage Armor sets. After reaching Level 50 in Exalted in Stormwind, players can receive a new quest from Master Matthias Shaw. This task will lead the player back to the dark past of Stormwind, and the player also assumes the responsibility of defending Stormwind. 

    After players complete the task here, they will receive Heritage Armor launched this time as a reward. These Armor outfits may have been influenced by Warcraft 3: Orcs & Humans, and players are advised to gain these two sets of Heritage Armor as soon as possible. 

    If you can’t complete the task temporarily or want to get Heritage Armor equipment as soon as possible, you can also exchange for this equipment by getting enough WOW 10.0 Gold.

    Some Orc players can also get Heritage Armor if they can reach Level 50 in Exalted in Orgrimmar. Players will receive a task at Eitrigg, which is to help Eitrigg bring Kosh’harg Festival back to Old Draenor. Of course, Orc players should never miss this Heritage Armors.

    Brand-New Story Line

    Besides exploring the new Forbidden Reach, players can also take on recent adventures with Baine Bloodhoof

    We have excluded Baine in Shadowlands, and the player’s new task is to help Baine return to the center of Shadowlands. Players will set off with Baine to Ohn’ahran Plains in search of one of its old friends. During the journey, the player will also learn about the relevant storyline.

    World of Warcraft added a lot of new content in patch 10.0.7. Even though this isn’t a major patch, Dragonflight players still have something to look forward to in this update. 

    Dragonflight is one of the most expected comebacks to date, and hopefully the update to patch 10.0.7 will remind players of why they fell in love with Azeroth in the first place. Hope you have fun.

  • WOW: Patch 10.0.7 Tips for Release Date

    Posted: Feb 23, 2023

    The toy data that players just discovered from World of WarCraft’s Public Test Realm may give players a hint when the next Dragonflight Patch will be released.

    If players see any signs of an update through this holiday-themed toy, then World of WarCraft players won’t have to think that the next Dragonflight patch update is too far away.

    At present, World of WarCraft is developing Patch 10.0.7. And this new Patch is mainly updated from Vault of the Incarnates Raid so far.

    Through the repetitive data test conducted on World of WarCraft PTR, you can also know that players need to return to Forbidden Reach to learn more about the history of Black DragonFlight and Dracthyr, while experiencing the new Heritage Armor Quests For ORCS and Humans.

    In the most recent PTR Patch, players also discovered that one item gave them a hint when this updated patch would arrive. Drake’s Big Basket of Eggs is a newly launched toy. After players collect enough, their Dragonriding Drake will receive a basket accessory filled with various Easter egg rewards.

    This item needs to be collected by players during Noblegarden, World of WarCraft’s Easter holiday event, from April 10th to April 17th. As a result, many players have speculated that it may launch the new Patch during the weekly reset on April 4, the week before this holiday event.

    Surprisingly, this guess had cleverly coincided with the recent 2023 route map released by World of WarCraft. In their roadmap, the developers also stated that the new Patch 10.0.7 will be released in the spring of 2023, and will also be released in the holiday update. Aside from the new Noblegarden event, April will be the perfect time for Patch 10.0.7 to go live.

    At the same time, the route diagram also sets up the launch date of DragonFlight Patch 10.1 between spring and summer in 2023. Of course, if Patch 10.0.7 is indeed released in early April, the player can also rest assured that Patch 10.1 will be launched in June or July, followed by Patch 10.1.5, and will also be 2023 at 2023 Published at the end of the summer.

    The predicted update schedule reserves about two months between each update, which is perfectly matched with the previously released roadmap and general patch release rhythm.

    If this recent news is not enough to surprise you, Drake’s Big Basket of Eggs will also surprise you. In addition to the cute appearance of this toy itself, this toy is also the key to opening more festivals decoration doors.

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    In the future, players will see more cute jewelry, even new dragon mounts. It’s like candy basket decorations during Halloween theme activities or Santa Claus hats to players during Christmas.

    Of course, if the player wants to get or collect these decorations as soon as possible, you can also choose to get enough WOW 10.0 Gold on to redeem the decoration. I hope you can play happily.

  • WoW: Losing Twitter Functionality

    Posted: Feb 10, 2023

    Currently, World of Warcraft's built-in Twitter support is reducing. This may have happened in response to a Twitter plan to charge developers for access to the social media site's API.

    Blizzard explained the matter in a forum thread. This feature will be automatically removed over the next few days, after which you will no longer be able to post tweets into the game.

    In 2015, during the Warlords of Draenor expansion, as part of patch 6.1, a new feature was added to the game where you could tweet from Azeroth. The effect of this function is that you can take a selfie in Blizzard's MMORPG or take a screenshot of the screen of other games, then use Instagram-style filters and match the corresponding text, so that a tweet is born. From Blizzard's official forum thread, we can see a lot of responses to this news, but we can know that the official does not miss this feature very much. Moreover, many players also say that they have forgotten that this function exists in the game.

    Blizzard did not provide an explanation for why it removed the game's Twitter integration. But I'm guessing it's most likely due to Twitter's plan to charge developers to access the social media site's API. You probably knew about the shift a week ago, and Twitter was scheduled to do it yesterday, but then extended it to February 13th.

    Since taking office in October 2022, Twitter CEO Elon Musk will make a radical change to the social media platform this time. Recently, he also said that he would provide some kind of free API support for "bots that provide free premium content" on Twitter, but didn't elaborate on that. Since WoW and Blizzard exist partly to make money, then we can imagine a situation where World of Warcraft's in-game Twitter feature won't be able to access the free version of the Twitter API in the future. In addition, Musk also proposed to charge developers $100 a month for API access in the future to reduce spam in the Twitter API, thereby improving quality and achieving a prosperous ecosystem.

    Yesterday, Musk's remarks have been confirmed. Well, considering that few players use WoW's Twitter feature, Blizzard has to pay over $1,000 or more per year to keep it working well, and it doesn't seem like it's worth it.

    While WoW may lose Twitter in the future, it recently added Trading Post, which could give it a new feature. This new feature is a series of monthly challenges, sort of like a battle pass. After you complete the monthly challenges, the game will reward you with a special currency that can be used to obtain premium cosmetics that rotate each month. Besides, you can also use WoW Gold or WoW Items to get other equipment you need to improve your overall strength.Recently, Activision Blizzard stated that WoW's latest expansion, Dragonflight, had lower sales than previous expansions for the game, despite having a higher subscriber retention rate.

  • WoW Dragonflight: How To Unlock The Ability Of Mining And Herbing On Your Dragonriding Mounts?

    Posted: Dec 15, 2022

    With the release of World of Warcraft Dragonflight, Blizzard's long-running MMO has added a lot of new elements. As the saying goes, if the old does not go, the new will not come. Therefore, many long-term systems that were relatively backward before have also been improved in this new expansion.

    For example, professions have been improved. Be aware that this feature has been with the game since World of Warcraft was released. However, in Dragonflight expansion, this function has changed drastically and replaced by a more complicated process. If you want to increase your strengths for any given profession now, you need to choose your specializations and level talent trees carefully. This is very similar to the process of upgrading classes.

    Gathering professions in World of Warcraft Dragonflight include mining, herbalism, and skinning, and provide crafting professions with raw materials to craft items. Although the professions of this expansion have received a welcome overhaul, the core aspects of gathering and crafting professions are basically unchanged. This means that if you want to level up gathering classes like mining and herbalism, you'll still have to venture into the Dragon Isles to collect all the resources.

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    While you can now collect materials with ease on your mount in Dragonflight, it's actually quite time consuming to collect mining nodes or gathering herbs around the Dragon Isles. Therefore, before collecting, you need to know some tips in advance. This way, you will know exact information like when you can start mining from dragonback etc.

    What you need to know is that whether you are miners or herbalists, you can ride your dragonriding mounts to collect all nodes. If you are miners, the first thing you have to do is upgrade your profession to level 25. Only in this way can your ability be unlocked. You can upgrade mining by mining Serevite, Draconium, and Khaz'gorite. Once you reach level 25, the next thing you have to do is choose the right specialization. You can unlock special abilities by observing the map, then navigating directly to the Mining Process tree and putting all 35 knowledge points into the Mining Process talent.

    Specifically, profession specializations help you upgrade these stats further and unlock special abilities, like mining ore while staying mounted. There are a few things you need to pay attention to here. First, you can only use Dragonriding mounts. Second, the special ability that you can mine while riding a mount is only available on the Dragon Isles.

    Similar to the mining process, if herbalists want to gather herbs from their dragonriding mounts, they must upgrade the herbalism level to 25 and prepare 40 knowledge points in advance. Once herbalists have successfully unlocked the specialization trees, they will navigate directly to the Botany talent tree. Then put all the 40 knowledge points prepared in advance into the Botany talent. Of course, gathering herbs can only use Dragonriding mounts and these mounts can only be used on the Dragon Isles.

    If you don't already have the cool Dragonriding mounts, you can use WoW 10.0 Gold to get some.

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