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Bonus Roll Loot, Patch 6.1.2 PTR Build 19728 - The WoW Token; Live Hotfixes for March 5th
2015-03-05 à 19:48
Spirit and Bonus Armor on Personal Loot
Community Manager Lore has made a post explaining changes related to personal loot for tanks and healers:
Both Spirit and Bonus Armor are intended to help restrict the number of people in a given raid who may be interested in a particular item. The OP makes a perfect argument as to why we want that distinction: he wanted the Blackiron Micro Crucible, but had resigned himself to only really having a shot at it from a bonus roll or a cache as there were so many others in his raid group who wanted it too. That's a crappy situation.
Bonus Armor is currently working well for creating that distinction. DPS specializations don't get anything from it, but it's far and away the best stat for tanks -- so much so that tanks will nearly always prefer an item that grants Bonus Armor over an item that doesn't, even if the item with no Bonus Armor is much higher in item level.
Prior to 6.1, we were getting a ton of feedback from tanks who were extremely disappointed to receive trinkets, rings, etc. with no Bonus Armor through their bonus rolls. It felt like a waste of a seal or cache to get something that your loot spec would realistically never equip. Plus, it's a bit of a false lead for inexperienced players; if Blizzard gave me a higher item level crit/multistrike amulet via bonus rolls, it must be an upgrade, right?
Blizzard Introduces the WoW Token: Exchange Gold and Game Time, Expert Elvine Weighs In
2015-03-02 à 12:04
WoW Gold Expert Elvine Weighs in on the WoW Token
has written us a guide blog with his thoughts on the WoW Token.
You can read the full piece here
saw confirmation that the WoW Token is coming to the game
. Blizzard will officially begin to start selling gold via game time to its player base. The exchange, as detailed in the original article, will center around game time, allowing players to buy game time for real money and sell it for gold, and also allowing players to buy game time for gold.
How much will the WoW Token cost in real money?
No price has been set yet on how much players will have to pay in order to obtain the token to sell in game. My speculation is that it will cost $5 more than the standard monthly subscription, so $20 or thereabouts. Wildstar has a similar cost gap, with a month of game time being $14.99, compared to a Commodities Exchange token at $19.99. Ion noted that the token would cost more than a month's subscription, and $20 wouldn't be surprising.
How will this translate into in-game gold?
“We’re going to look at some things like the current going rate of gold on third-party market sites,”
-Ion Hazzikostas (
My personal opinion is this will be very hard to take into consideration since many gold selling companies are offering $0.70/1000g and even cheaper if players buy a larger quantity, as low as $0.50/1000g.
Continue reading Elvine's Article >>
WoW Token Summary
Blizzard has introduced the WoW Token - a way to exchange gold, real money, and game time.
It allows players to:
Buy game time with real money
Sell that game time for gold in-game
Buy game time with gold in-game.
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