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The Queue: Where's my bailout Blizzard?


Welcome back to The Queue, WoW Insider's daily Q&A column where the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Adam Holisky will be your host today.

Dear Blizzard,

I've spent the past year and a half writing about WoW. I need some gold. Can you bail me out?

I can provide you with a promise I'll restructure my daily questing and resource farming, providing a leaner and meaner gold flow for my raiding activities. But I'm going to need some start up help.

Regards,

Adam.

P/S: If I don't get my gold bailout, I'll Blame Canada and not you (which happens to be today's music selection).

Athinah asked...

"I'm so happy that signs of the new druid forms are coming out but...When exactly are they coming out? Is there a chance that they could come out sooner if Blizzard finishes them sooner? If not, what are the chances of the next patch coming out in a month or so?"

The new druid forms will be coming out with patch 3.2, which will be released to the PTRs within the month (most likely), and then will be released to the live servers a month or two after that. I wouldn't be surprised if 3.2 has a much faster turnaround than 3.1 did, since there won't be so much raid testing to do.

Max asked...

"Here's something I've been wondering: how do I know I'm seeing everything in the game (Old World, Outland, and Northrend) that's worth experiencing? I'm just in vanilla still, but the content can still be overwhelming at times and I always feel like I may be missing out on interesting or fun parts of the game, simply because I don't realize they are there."

The only thing you can really do is just play the game, make sure you've explored each zone completely, and research everything you find. Achievements will help with that somewhat in that they'll give you a direction to take your questing and group work with, but when it comes down to it all you can do is good old grunt work exploration of the game.

Blaiz asked...

"Why are low level herbs so expensive?"

They're used in bulk for a lot of profession leveling. Right now no one wants to farm them really. People would much rather be farming Northrend stuff. So those that do farm them are able to put them up on the AH for a premium, and pretty much get whatever they want. I recently leveled up inscription to the 430/450 level from scratch, and there were stack of some vanilla WoW herbs going for 100g. It's kind of insane, but that's the market. I should note that this can be different depending on what server your on as well.
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