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World of Warcraft Introduces New Trading Post Feature

By Ira James Feb2,2023 #Press Release

Azeroth’s adventurers and collectors can now start earning their way to new mounts, pets, and gear appearances through the new Trading Post feature, now live in the game. This exciting addition offers players a new way to enhance their experience in World of Warcraft and collect unique items.

Trading Post Currency: Trader’s Tender

The Trading Post uses a currency called Trader’s Tender, which players can earn in several ways. The first way is by simply logging in each month, where players will receive 500 tender. Players can also earn up to an additional 500 tender by completing tasks within the Traveler’s Log. These tasks vary and reset at the start of every month, accommodating any playstyle across PVE and PVP. Finally, players can purchase Dragonflight and receive a one-time bonus of 500 tender, granted only once per Battle.net account.

Trading Post Locations: Stormwind & Orgrimmar

Members of the Alliance can head to the Mage District within Stormwind to meet with traders Tawny & Wilder. On the other hand, members of the Horde can visit Zen’shiri, who has set up post outside Grommash Hold in Orgrimmar.

Store Offerings

The Trading Post will have a monthly rotating inventory, with some higher cost items, such as mounts, staying for up to three months. Players should not worry about items that rotate out, as they will not be gone forever and will eventually find their way back into the Trading Post in the future.

For more details about the Trading Post, including what’s in stock for February, check out the World of Warcraft website. All things new with content update 10.0.5 may also be found in this post.

By Ira James

Computer nerd who has been writing tech reviews since 2016. Contributor for the tech pages of Manila Times, Chief Editor of GGWPTECH. Loves hardware, anime, and Star Citizen.

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