Considering you used to have to keep a full set of different gear for different specs, having three pieces for each spec is pretty much nothing.
This location is WRONG for Alliance. He is actually at 71.94,13.50 in Boralus (near the Snug Harbor Inn in Tradewinds market)
Just a heads up for the people that are as dumb as me - The alliance one " Razzi " is (like the horde one) at the player arrow, not at the " ! " mark
Why do these guides never link the NPCs involved? This one doesn't even put the names in the text, gotta copy it off a crappy screenshot, just lazy. Nudara the Shaper is at 54.8 88.6
When changing your specialization it should also change Azerithe talents.It's fine that you have to pay money to re-organize talents.But is NOT fine to do it each time you change your spec.Think of a person in a raid / before a dungeon. Each time you respec - have to fly there, pay money, spend time to adjust.
It's not really a re-spec You still have to choose between the two original traits. So don't expect new traits.
Can anyone confirm the cost halves EVERY three days, as stated in the article? Or is it a one time HALF per doubling? I have two pieces I want reforged (had I known about these limitations I would have planned better. Blizzard should give us 2 or 3 "freebies" that allow you to reforge with no cost-doubling so we can learn the system). If I reforge both, then wait a week, will the cost be back to 5G? Or will it halve itself down to 10G and stay there?Thanks!
Bummer was wishing it was a way to reroll the armor's traits, work hard get a high ilev with traits that don't work with your play style.
I am trying to respec an item i just got today, i picked the wrong trait, but when i try to it says ' no power choices to undo'But there clearly is ONE chosen, so i don't know what to do..
I'm a Casual++ player, and I mainly keep one Azerite piece until I have another in the same slot with a higher iLVL. (Since, you know, iLVL is still pretty important to being potentially included by RUSHmode players in many important things you need.) So if on FIRST try, I get like, the crappiest option for my spec, because choices are random, I have to immediately spend gold (although, TBH, I never have, because I didn't even realize it was possible). I would certainly not do it every few hours, jeez. If I were changing more frequently, even more money spent - forget about the other things I'm SLOWLY trying to do, like complete enough Mythics to have enough mats to get the first of several hard to create Alchemy stones. By the time I complete #1, it will already be like 4x out of gear level. But, you know, let's still grind to that AND worry about this, sure. Maybe if the intention is for people to keep a piece of gear for a while but make it valuable, and there are options on spec, give them ALL THE OPTIONS instead of making it random. Or make it something accessible by professions again, like gear respec tools crafters used to sell. That would still cost gold but have at least some value for SOMEONE actually playing the game and be subject to realm market prices. I'm starting to think that everything in WoW is leaning toward a subtle "buy our WoW tokens" market. For the $$$$$$. Forget about gameplay.