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8-24-2010 @ 9:05PM
Frost Emblems per Week:-2 from each boss in ICC *12 boss in 10 and 25 man each +48 EoF-2 from Toravon *10 and 25 man version +4 EoF-Weekly Dalaran Raid Quest *Only 1 version +5 EoF-5 from Weekly ICC Raid Quests *10 and 25 man quests +10 EoF-1 from each mini-boss in Ruby Sanctum and 2 from Halion *10 and 25 man versions, 3 mini-bosses each +10 EoF-2 from doing a Heroic Random daily *7 days every week +15 EoFThe number of EoFs you can earn each week Mr. Maloy is actually 92.
8-24-2010 @ 9:21PM
For the last one, shouldn't it be 14 emblems instead of 15 because 7 times 2 is 14.
8-24-2010 @ 9:27PM
Also you can get one emblem of frost from Sister Svalna so that makes the total 93 because you can kill her in both 10 and 25 man versions, giving you 2 more emblems.
8-25-2010 @ 11:44AM
The correct answer is 93.New 80's can easily get 6 on their first day without doing any raids, by running their daily dungeon, and then completing the icc5man dungeon quests (2 of which reward EoF). The "kill halion" quest also gives 5 extra emblems.Of course, hardly anyone is going to go to that extent to get that many emblems. If you are undergeared, not likely you are going to take down LK25, and if you are geared to the teeth, you don't have much motivation to run through ICC10 or do daily dungeons or the weekly raid (especially if it's failygos).
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