Welcome back to Today's music comes from a viewing of Scrubs I was, at the time, forced to watch by the girlfriend Katie. They had this great band playing at the end called The Queue, WoW.com's daily Q&A column where the WoW.com team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Adam Holisky will be your host today. The Polyphonic Spree. Today's featured reading music is the aforementioned band performing Light & Day ("Reach for the Sun"). It really doesn't have anything to do with anything, but they're hippies and jump around a lot while making some rather cool and unique music. Plus they have this cultish vibe to them. The Leader is good, The Leader is great, we surrender our will as of this date. Hey look! World of Warcraft related things coming up now... Many people asked... " The PTR you download from the official WoW site is still 3.1! How are people getting on the " Patch 3.2 PTR? The official WoW site will have you download a client that will install version 3.1.8874. After that client is installed, run the PTR launcher. You'll then be prompted to upgrade to the Patch 3.2 PTR via a normal (albeit PTR client only) update process. AareDub asked... " If you transfer servers, does your /played time carry over?" Yes. Michael asked... " I recently bought a mechano-hog. How do I find out how many other people on the server already have mechano-hogs?" None of the sites really provide a way to do that. But why would you want to? Be happy that you are a special, beautiful, and unique snowflake. James asked... " Do we know yet if Heirloom items will scale upwards come the next expansion (assuming the level cap is raised)?" One would assume Heirloom items will scale in future expansions. The mechanic works great at lower levels, and I don't see any reason why Blizzard would change it. However, I could see them turning off the XP bonus if you're above level 79. That would help make the leveling experience more equal for those that don't have the shoulders or chest (come patch 3.2). Masarah asked... " Does the XP bonus from the chest stack with the bonus from the shoulders?" Yes, the shoulders and chest will stack to deliver a 20% XP bonus to all XP received from killing mobs and completing quests.
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