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4-26-2010 @ 11:54PM
Nice a cap to the amount of points one is able to get per week. This will make it much easier to stay competitive with both pvp and pve and will also open up all kinds of avenues for how to get the higher points (Valor and Conquest). Don't feel like running heroics? Get your Conquests from raiding. Don't feel like arena? Get you Valors from BG's.
4-27-2010 @ 5:33AM
You get Valor from raids/heroics, not BG's/arenas. Same with Conquest, you get them from BG's/arenas, not raids/heroics. And you can not convert higher points from pve to pvp or vice-versa.
4-27-2010 @ 2:58PM
Void:You get Valor from raids/heroics, not BG's/arenas. Same with Conquest, you get them from BG's/arenas, not raids/heroics. And you can not convert higher points from pve to pvp or vice-versa.Bah had em backwards, that's what I get for not double checking :pMy point remains the same though. At this point in wrath if you don't if both voa 10 + 25 AND do the weekly (whoever must die) AND raid icc 10 + 25 AND do a heroic run every 24hrs you are not meeting your full allotment of frost badges and are therefor falling behind. I for one am happy that with a cap there is now a choice on how to get those badges (or points whatever) and that it no longer will feel like I'm falling behind because I don't have the time to hit every possible source of badges in 1 weeks time.
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