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12-17-2009 @ 8:07AM
That would be awesome. I have so many unused conquest badges on my main. Would be nice to see them get used....
12-17-2009 @ 8:18AM
Buy gems with the tokens?
12-17-2009 @ 8:19AM
I think this is part of the key. If you're going to make emblems BoA then make the old ones transferrable, not the new ones. If you want to turn Frost into conquest to help alts then so be it, but for my money anything that can still be earnt in dungeons should remain BoP.
12-17-2009 @ 9:11AM
@percinho - Why not triumph badges? A lot of what they did in patch 3.3 makes it easier to gear up an alt - just chain running heroics makes that possible. However, i'm now to a point where my main doesn't need anything from heroics - yet I still get triumph badges when i do the daily for the frost emblems, or do ToC farm runs, or Ony, or the weekly raid quest... you get the point. So that character is sitting on 50 Triumph badges that will most likely never be used for anything productive... why not transfer them to an alt?I do agree that the current end game emblems (frost in this case) shouldn't be transferable - there's a limit on the number you can get currently (5 from the weekly raid + 14 from daily randoms + 4 from the currently available bosses), and it limits progression for a good reason - it wouldn't do to have people completely decked out in T10 2 days after the patch because they have enough alts to chain run everything and get frost badges.
12-17-2009 @ 12:43PM
Why don't you buy crusader orbs so that when your alts hit 80 you have mats for 245 BOE gear ready to go?You could also buy gems so that your alt is gemmed properly once they start getting gear.
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