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12-29-2008 @ 6:40PM
Word on the tabard closet. I'm Revered with Wyrmrest and knew the tabard would give me rep in instances. But I don't have room for more tabards. I got the ones I needed for the initial achievement but after that, I'm not buying any more. I just got exalted with Stormpike and would like their tabard. No way. Come on, Blizz, please? Can we have a closet or a bag in which we can store these?
12-29-2008 @ 7:03PM
You have an entire bank with six or seven bag slots. How much more room do you need?
12-29-2008 @ 7:24PM
Gear sets; mats for my profession; stuff like the mallet for ZF, which, as a GL, I USE because I will run guild members through ZF if they can't get a similar level group; food and drink; items needed for quests I'm not currently working on...If you're going for the 10 tabard achievement, it means HALF of an 18-slot bag in your bank is tabards, assuming you wear your guild tabard. Just because you don't collect things doesn't mean everyone else doesn't collect things.
12-29-2008 @ 9:15PM
You don't have to keep the tabard in order for it to count towards the achievement. When i get access to a new tabard, i just buy it, then vendor it back to the NPC.This should free up half of your 18 slot bag! :)
12-30-2008 @ 9:05AM
Yes... I keep the ones I need for rep and the rares (Argent Dawn world event, Draenei quest at 20, "The Explorer"). Guess I need to go back to Outland if I want 25 tabards though...
12-30-2008 @ 9:14AM
To some extent you can use the tabard vendor for this. Take a look next time your around and note the ones sold that you already have. You can then just vendor them and repurchase them if you want to wear them again. I'm sure a few of those you're only using for rep or whatever, so there is no reason to keep them. The achievement counts tabards as soon as you get them, not if you have them in your inventory.
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