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3-30-2011 @ 8:45PM
That'd be pretty great if it was not just cross bnet, but faction as well.
3-30-2011 @ 8:46PM
I'm pretty sure I heard you can already mail things cross faction within the same server. I haven't personally tried it, but I remember someone saying they had and it worked.
3-30-2011 @ 8:47PM
heirlooms can be sent across factions since a long time ago o:
3-30-2011 @ 8:50PM
Heirlooms can already be sent cross-faction. ;)
3-30-2011 @ 8:51PM
Ditto. I'd like to know if we're able to mail heirlooms cross faction (same server). If anyone can link to a post that confirms it, that would be even better.
3-30-2011 @ 8:58PM
Can be mailed cross faction, as long as it is the only thing being sent.
3-30-2011 @ 9:12PM
and if you need gold on the other side of the force, just tell a friend to put up an item at a ridiculous price on a neutral AH in the faction where u need the cash and then buy it with your toon on the opposing faction. Of course you'll lose a lot of money thanks to the tax (I sent 9k once and got 7k) but it's still a good method to get money and not having to start from scratch :D
3-30-2011 @ 9:36PM
I don't have a quote that proves it, but I can tell you that I mail heirlooms back and forth between my alliance and horde toons all the time. Believe me, it's true.
3-30-2011 @ 11:36PM
I paid to faction transfer a character with heirlooms in anticipation of worgen a few months before Cata launched. And then like two months later they enabled cross faction heirloom mailing >.<I wish they would hurry up and enable cross SERVER heirloom transfer as I have one of every class on my main server but I still want to explore all the new 1-60 stuff with a pimped out character.
3-31-2011 @ 5:08AM
theRaptor: they enabled cross faction heirloom mailing way before that, patch 3.3 i believe
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