12/02/2022 at 16:00 by Sebastian Glanzer – The weekly quest “Support for the Agreement” in WoW had to be deactivated briefly after players were able to complete the weekly several times in a row. The question is whether this unfair advantage will remain as it has given players powerful gear that could also be minimally determinant of the Race to World First. Players report at least ban penalties.
Whoever plays through the WoW: Dragonflight level campaign is far from finished with the story of the Dragon Islands. Once in the endgame, you will receive the weekly quest Support for the Agreement. This quest requires you to earn a few thousand reputations with the new Dragon Isles factions and attend a Tuskarr event in the Azure Mountains this week.
The reward is a large chunk of reputation with the Dragon Island factions and the Treasures of Valdrakken item. From the Treasure Chest you have a chance of getting a piece of gear with Ilvl 400+ (depending on your current average item level it seems). Due to a bug, this weekly quest could be completed several times by players and was therefore temporarily deactivated, as confirmed by Community Manager Bornakk in the official forum.
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Characters could therefore stock up on strong, epic items right from the start of the expansion. A benefit also discussed among the world first raiders in view of the world first race in the Vault of Incarnations. Max, Liquid’s raid leader, is relaxed about the whole thing. “If your opponents have exploited this bug, they might farm the heroic mode a little faster, but not more,” he said in his Twitch stream. The missing daily loot lockout of the rare opponents should have hit a similar notch.
It is not clear whether players are allowed to keep the items. According to the developers, no regulation has yet been found for how to handle this bug. However, according to WoWHead, players who overused the quest were banned for three days. However, there is no official announcement about this yet. Have you already completed the Weekly and had loot luck? Write to us in the comments.
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