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12-02-2010 @ 10:53AM
One thing to note in the article is that after the cap conversion of anything over 4k to gold occurs, the cap gets raised. I'm pretty sure I read something on the blizz forums about this occuring, and I would link it if work didn't have all those sites blocked. So Ideally there is potential to reach 85 with more than 4k points.
12-02-2010 @ 1:00PM
Also, I'm wondering if you'll be able to get JP along the way. For example, I'd really like to know if there will be a reward for doing a daily random heroic, and if so how much.
12-02-2010 @ 1:13PM
Yes you will be able to get JP along the way. There probably won't be a specific daily while leveling, probably just the way they have it now with the random awarding more points for the first time you use it that day.
12-02-2010 @ 3:00PM
The only place I've heard anyone talking about the cap being raised was in wishful thinking (from commenters) like the above.Why would they raise the cap? Because you managed to hit the cap the day the JP system was implemented is not a reason; it's pretty much the argument FOR the cap.If there's going to be any cap raising, it will be when the tier 11 gear comes out; there are other ways to deal with the migration of t10 to JP, of course, but it's really, really unlikely that you'll see a change before then.
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