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11-18-2010 @ 3:47PM
Regarding the Crescent Key: Wowhead shows it as deprecated. On the 4.0.3a PTR, the keyring bag appears to have disappeared entirely. The Locksmith NPC in Stormwind's Dwarven District offers to teach(!) you four of the old-world ones, however--I'm pretty sure I remember the Scholomance key, but I'm unsure about which others were available, and PTR is down for maintenance so I can't check.
11-18-2010 @ 3:55PM
Crap, what does this mean for all my blacksmithing keys?
11-18-2010 @ 4:10PM
and of course it comes up just after I post. New data. Apparently the keyring bag is still there (newly copied toon as compared to a toon I'd copied a month or so ago). Many of the keys that I did have (only had 2 slots free) are gone, as with the ones the locksmith had to return to me I now have 9 free slots. Blacksmithing keys are still in my spellbook, and the stacks I had in my keyring are still there.Crescent key is one of the ones that I definitely did lose. Going to log into live and compare keyrings, new comment momentarily.
11-18-2010 @ 4:18PM
Alright:Crescent KeyScarlet KeyKey to the CityShadow Labyrinth KeyWorkshop Keyare all missing from my ring. Unfortunately, they're all drops, so I don't know for certain whether the PTR just doesn't know that I looted them at one time or if they're actually gone.Also when I said 9 above apparently I miscounted and only have 8 slots free.
11-18-2010 @ 4:59PM
Just did a quick east run; Pusillin only dropped some silver and the Tuber recipe. Going out the back door dumped me in the GY just west of Camp Mojache. Blacksmiths (and presumably rogues & engineers) can open the back door, but to be honest there's not really any reason to go that way anymore; both the Lethtendris' Web and the 'imp stole my tome' quest are given by an ogre just inside the main entrance now.
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