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The Queue: Not quite ancient aliens

Alex Ziebart

Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Alex Ziebart will be your host today.

What's this? Alex, doing the Sunday edition of The Queue? Is such a thing even possible?

Yes it is.

Anthony asked:

I need help. I am so bored with WoW at the moment and I need to keep occupied with my time until MoP drops. Got any suggestions to do til MoP? I am waiting on my Tides of War book to come but that will keep me occupied for a full day with the way I read. I don't want to lvl an alt until my Monk and I am maxed professions on all my toons. I got Loremaster, all the mounts and pets I can or want to farm and have done more Archaeology then any normal person should.

If you're really that desperately bored with WoW right now, just take a break. Mists of Pandaria launches in a little over two weeks. Play something else and come back fresh on September 25. Or don't play another game, marathon some TV show on Netflix instead. If you absolutely must play WoW despite your boredom... build a transmog set for your monk out of currently accessible BOE gear?

Jeff asked:

Do you think Blizz would ever do a triple spec? I would like to heal and dps on my pali as well as tank, and I would like to try out kitty dps on my droooood.

You can never really predict what Blizzard will do, but probably not. The developers still want you to make some choices in your gameplay, especially when it comes to your talent spec. If you had tri-spec, there would be no more choice. You could have everything all at once.

Sean asked:

I seem to remember reading it somewhere, but I'll ask again. Whats the iLevel requirement for the new Mists dungeons at 85? swear it was 372/373 or some-such...

The first two dungeons, Temple of the Jade Serpent and Stormstout Brewery, require an iLevel of 358. It goes up from there, but if you keep up with your questing in Mists, you'll have no problem getting the appropriate iLevel to enter them.

Suzanne asked:

So the Gnomish Army Knife and all the gather profession tools (Skinning Knife, etc.) don't stack with each other. If you have any of the previously mentioned items, Enchant Gloves - Gatherer does not stack either (unless I'm badly misinformed). Is there any real point to having that gloves enchant in the game now when you can just buy stuff from the vendor or buy the G.A.K. off the AH for cheap?

Nope. The enchant is pretty worthless on the whole. I suppose it's an alternative to the Gnomish Army Knife if you don't have access to one ... but they're what, 50 silver on the auction house these days? Nobody needs to bother with the enchant anymore.

Have questions about the World of Warcraft? The WoW Insider 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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