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2-26-2010 @ 9:08AM
For the concerned, if you had 100 marks in each of the BG's (I'm assuming WTG does not count in this), that's 1.2 million honor.Yum.
2-26-2010 @ 9:12AM
I've got 100 marks in a few bgs, something i'd like to point out though is that thanks to the change where your battleground marks stay in your mail for 30 days ( as opposed to the 24 hours it used to be) the amount of honor some of the more die hard bg players will be able to get when this launches will be much higher.
2-26-2010 @ 9:51AM
Yeah - my mailbox is currently overflowing with AV marks as I've been grinding for honor for the new PvP gear.I really can't see this going live with this much honor. Otherwise, shouldn't we all be running BGs all the time now to store up on marks? As by storing up marks you can effectively avoid the honor cap and squirrel away thousands upon thousands of honor!In fact, bugger this - I'm off to a random BG near you now....
2-26-2010 @ 10:03AM
What's this about marks being mailed to you? o.O
2-26-2010 @ 10:22AM
@Heather: Battleground marks have "unique limit" of 100 per each mark. After that point all excess marks are being sent to you by mail.
2-26-2010 @ 10:24AM
If you have 100 marks you cant carry any more so they get sent to you in the mail, where they generally sit until the mail expires in 30 days, or you spend some of your 100 and then can go collect them.
2-26-2010 @ 10:28AM
|When you get 100 marks from any battleground, the battlemaster sends you the marks in the post after the game. They used to self delete after 24 hours but recently they changed it so that they stay in your post for a month instead.What this means is that some of us have 100 marks in a few battlegrounds and then marks for every bg we're maxed up on stock piled in our mailbox. For me I'm always in ab and wsg so I'm always constantly capped for both.
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