Paul Lloyd asked:
Sorry, Theramore question.
Since the scenario has now been confirmed as a preview of the system, should we now believe that the events take place after the discovery of Pandaria or before as previously assumed? (or even at the same time?)
The events of the Jaina novel take place prior to the discovery of Pandaria.
Horde toons get a Mini Mana Bomb as the 'reward' for doing the scneario. Along with a funny letter saying 'Yeah, it's quite inappropriate, but here you go'.
What do alliance players get?
Alliance players get the Theramore Tabard, which has an on-click effect that drops a Theramore flag.
I have to wonder about the mana bomb destroying Theramore since the mana bombs in Terrokar (one of the most interesting chains in TBC) killed people but didn't destroy property.
Perhaps the Belfs over there had developed the Neutron Mana Bomb?
Nope! The bomb used against Kirin'Var Village was a regular mana bomb, but the one used against Theramore was empowered by the Focusing Iris, one of the most powerful magical artifacts on the planet. It's the item Malygos said he was going to use to destroy the world "ten times over".
I think I remember hearing last expansion that if your characters wear heirlooms at any point, they aren't eligible for max level server firsts, is this/was this ever true? Would be good to know for my future monk.
It's just a rumor and it's definitely not true.
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