Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Mike Sacco will be your host today.
Why yes, I actually do know that Travel Form isn't castable indoors, not only because I was overtired and just made a mistake when I wrote yesterday's Queue, but also because 28 of you posted the exact same comment telling me that Travel Form isn't castable indoors. I even corrected the post, and people still posted the same "Travel Form isn't castable indoors" comment like the article had never changed. What the heck, people?
My own fault, though. I'm never writing The Queue at 4 a.m. again. Well, except this time.
I've been wearing my heirloom shoulders on my alt priest for her entire life. It says in the tooltip "requires 1-80" yet I dinged 81 and it didn't force them off. Am i still receiving the 10% exp bonus by having them equipped or are they not working anymore and should be replaced with better stat gear?
, Heirlooms are still wearable past level 80, but their stats will no longer scale and you will not receive the experience bonus from them either.
Where are some good spots for grinding leather in Cata zones?
Er, by "grinding leather" I mean getting in some sweet skinning action. You know.
The crocolisk pond area in southern Tol Barad is a great place to do it. Commenter Ata notes that the black dragons in the Obsidian Forest in Twilight Highlands are also ripe for farmin'.
I (foolishly) decided to level my tank through mostly (90%) running instances. While this was good from a gear and instance knowledge perspective, it's left me fubar'ed when it comes to rep. That combined with tank gear at multiple exalted factions -- what's the most effective way to fix it without having to double back and run all of Hyjal, Uldum, and/or Twilight Highlands? In others words, what's the best rep grind championing instance?
Well, in terms of sheer number of bosses, Halls of Origination is probably your best bet, but honestly, it would take less time to just run through the zones! On top of the rep you get for completing quests, you also get a ton of gold for completing quests at max level. It's win-win.
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