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The Queue: Light it up

Michael Sacco

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.

I've had this song stuck in my head for like an entire week, so now I deliver it unto you.

SichasStudios asked:

In today's Breakfast Topic, the header image says "No Veteran Bonus" on the form to boost to 90. What's that bonus, and how do you get it?

The veteran bonus is a reward for using the 90 boost on a level 60+ character. It boosts the character's primary professions and first aid to 600.

NickVanWaes asked:

Are the Worgen human forms getting the new character models too?

Yes, definitely.

Tuddles asked:

So now that we've seen more about the level 90 boost, how come we havent seen more of the aftermath? Im assuming from what we've seen so far is that they just drop you into the class without giving you proper training or anything. Do you think they'll just let you figure out the class on your own or will they provide a training manual or ground of some sort?

Boosted characters will start with a tutorial experience a la the death knight starting zone, but they won't get that experience if the boost is used and the character played prior to WoD launch.

CRtheMighty asked:

The Queue yesterday had a piece of artwork with a big badass Tauren, who was that? I think he's a Sunwalker, whoever he is, both because of the not-so-subtle sunlight behind him, and he was wearing the Liadrin's Pauldrons from WotLK (which I only recognize because my belfadin wore them for eons).

That would be the Timewalker Juggernaut from the WoW TCG, may it rest in peace. He's actually wearing the warrior set, though! Fun fact: that card was originally supposed to be named after Rossi's tauren warrior, but its rarity level changed during development, forcing a name change to be in line with other commons. I ended up naming Vorn, Hand of Baine after him in the Caverns of Time Treasure Pack instead.

Underhyl asked:

Hearthstone question: How can I tell how many of a card I have? I ask because I want to start crafting cards, but I play casually and don't have an excess and don't want to disenchant cards I may want to use.

Card amounts are listed under "My Collection", but you can also pull up Crafting Mode and it'll let you know if you have extras of a card.

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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