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The Queue: A poll


Welcome back to The Queue,'s daily Q&A column where the team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Adam Holisky will be your host today.

Let's take a poll today.


Zayd asked...

"Assuming you leave your toon in a city or inn how long does it take to get fully rested?"

You need to be logged off for 10 days total real time in a city or an inn to get to the maximum 150% rested. If you are logged off outside of a city or inn, you need to be logged off for 40 days to reach the maximum.

Joja asked...

"I jumped on the PTR over the weekend to try out the new subtlety rogue changes (which rock btw) and while in Ratchet in route to a gankfest in Stormwind (via Booty Bay) I noticed the old familiar cry of "The Crossroads is under attack." Thinking I would try out my new improved gankery skills on whomever was messing with my good friend Mankrik (I mean the guy's been through enough already) I rode to crossroads only to run smack into a great big glowing red floating obelisk of doom surrounded by Silithids and level 16 and 20 elite mobs! Right on the road between Ratchet and Crossroads! Does anyone have any clue what this is all about? Is this a patch 3.3.3 Cataclysm precursor on the PTR that no one is talking about?"

That's part of the old AQ world event. The gates were not opened on the PTR, so the event was going on for a short time.

Beruza asked...

"If I want to start a new account (for my wife) do I have to buy all three games again for her? Or is there a way to start a new account another way?"

If your wife is going to play through all the content into Wrath, then yes, you'll need to purchase all three games. You can also by the first two games in the battle chest for a discounted price. Recruit-a-friend is another option, one where you can get a nice mount out of the deal.

Velutina asked...

"I'm running Firefox with NoScript. What scripts do I need to allow to see the tooltips on linked items on"

First, good for you that you're running NoScript. Everyone should. You may need to allow scripts, if you don't already.

Second, the tooltips should be working now. There were some internal issues that were preventing them from working, but they've been corrected.

Have questions about the World of Warcraft? The crew is here with The Queue, our daily Q&A column! Leave your questions in the comments and we'll do our best to answer 'em!

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