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Heya. (or whatever)
Think it's kinda unfair you can't buy all heirlooms with honor points, you can only buy shoulders and weapons ("PvP-heirlooms") at Wintergrasp.
You make people that maybe only play PvP have to farm PvE and it's not fun in anyway to farm HC's when you maybe don't have any PvE gear and you can't go with guildies because you require PvE gear then. So you sit in your random queue for 30-45 minutes to get some justice points, and you have to do that like 3 days to get one piece of heirloom for one character.
It would be better if you make the heirlooms buyable by honor points for the exact same amount as for justice points.
Isn't this a great idea?
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Edited by Wryxian on 24/01/2011 15:24 GMT
Make them all purchasable with gold once you have the right amount of guild rep imo. Like they have done with the cloaks and helms.
And make them scale to 85 if you can purchase them in this manner (requires level 85 to purchase).
Because the concept of "pve" and "pvp" heirlooms are retarded, having a few items with a little resi wont make any difference in how you pvp while leveling. The only actual "pvp" heirloom would be the trinket and even that is a little debatable :) Ppl should stop trying to dig such a big ditch between the 2 aspects of the game...
I don't want heirlooms for PvP? Just want to be able to buy all the heirlooms that is good for questing (leveling). PvP heirlooms is just #@!#ty for everything, and there is no PvP-heirloom-CHEST, only shoulders and weapons.
Edited by Capgras on 24/01/2011 16:18 GMT
This exept that I think it would be more fair for people that do if it would work both ways :) so that all heirlooms would be purchaseable for both Justice points and honor.
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