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2-05-2011 @ 8:23AM
Hoo boy, on my Death Knight I keep far too much stuff in the bank.Absolutely every holiday item. I've transferred the few non-soulbound ones to a bank alt, but there's still loads of them.Tabards, thousands of them!Weapons, weapons and more weapons. Not just Shadowmourne and Thunderfury, but things like the sword from the last DK starter quest, the sword from Archimonde, an Argent Avenger, Ulduar + ICC weapons, even a Gorehowl. I also keep full T8 and T10 in the bank. It was painful to do so, but under the severe strain of making space I had to vendor my T7 and T9 sets as they were plain dull.Unfortunately, thanks to Archaelogy my bags and bank are still an absolute mess.
2-05-2011 @ 8:26AM
Thousands of tabards? Do tell.
2-05-2011 @ 8:36AM
Like ninjas. So numerous as to be uncountable, and they're all running up the walls. (Although my 25 tabards achievement indicates I only have 24. Humph.)
2-05-2011 @ 10:08AM
I hoard a little bit. I have 2 storage guilds. Mostly ore and herbs and cooking mats oh and gems. The one thing I wish I saved was my DK's starting armor set. I wasn't as bad as some people. I held onto most of it as I was making my way into northrend. It would have been neat to put it on for say holiday events when I am traveling around. But no. It's gone.
You don't really have to keep your tabards do you? I thought you could always just go to the tabard vendor and buy them back. Although, for some you will need the required tokens to buy the tabards (glowcap mushrooms for the Sporeggar tabard). But, as for the achievement, I believe once you equip a tabard, you can delete it if you aren't planning on using or keeping the thing.
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