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3-03-2012 @ 12:31PM
Q for the Queue:I'm pretty sure this was answered back when Zandalari's were the new content, but I can't find it. When it comes to queueing for Heroics, if you just select the "Random Cataclysm Heroic" option, but have the proper item level, do you still have a chance to get an Hour of Twilight dungeon? I think they have their own dropdown mostly to let people only select those instances and not bother with older content. My rooommate thinks you only get HoT by selecting that menu option, and Trolls were just rolled into the regular Heroics now. Which is it?
3-03-2012 @ 12:47PM
Yes, if your iLvl is high enough, above 353, then there is a chance you will get put in one of the new HoT heroics. Kind of frustrating for those who want to run the older heroics for achieves / enchant mats (i.e. more bosses = more loot that can be disenchanted and more jp's per dungeon) while still getting the valor points for running a random.
3-03-2012 @ 12:53PM
Random Cataclysm Heroic will supply all available Cataclysm Heroics *that you are geared enough for* including and not limited to the new Hour of Twilight Heroics. This means, of course, if you're fresh out of the gate with greens and blues you won't be able to get the newer Heroics (and also the Zul'Gurub/Zul'Gurub Heroics) in the random queue.The additional drop-down for the new heroics is specifically for people who have obtained all the gear they can from the older heroics, who would leave and not even bother with the older heroics if they got them in their queues. It's basically to clean out the queue between selective-gearing audiences.
3-03-2012 @ 1:38PM
Yeah, you have two options:Hotties only or, every heroic available to you.
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