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2-07-2008 @ 4:43AM
I really hope they make something useful for level 70s to turn tickets in for (or perhaps level 80s in WotLK). I was working really hard for one of those necklaces pre BC, and worked up about 900 some tickets (that's 5 bank slots), and now they just kind of sit around. It makes me kinda sad really, and I just can't bring myself to throw them away just yet, always hopeful that they'll be of use in time. Alternatively, making Darkmoon rep more useful would be a welcomed change, maybe a tabard at exalted.Also, don't forget your Jublings! Perhaps one of the best things to come out of the fair, for a pet collector it's a must! :)
2-07-2008 @ 4:54AM
I almost forgot, I was thrilled to get my Darkmoon Card: Heroism, but now this card is pretty much useless, and there's no level 70 equivalent. I know there are still people out there, few as they may be, without BC who might desire a deck at level 60, but at least they could give us a way to upgrade our cards at 70 or something.Also, with the lag in Shatt, take off your armor before trying out the new canon location, there are a lot of skeletons down around the Daily dungeon guys to attest to how many people the lag gets. :P
2-07-2008 @ 10:40AM
Finally someone figures out what the faire is for...JUBJUB. With my reputation maxed out from regular turnins, I'm not going to grind decks and the tickets are worthless post 60. Hopefully it will get an upgrade in WotLK.The only reason I've been to the faire in the past few months is to get the Tree Frog, Wood Frog & Jubling.
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