After a month of waiting, World of Warcraft players can now purchase the powerful 2200 PvP rating weapons.
Each 2200 weapon carries an ilevel 372 and will require a turn-in of the lower ilevel 359 weapons and a thousand or more Conquest Points. Unlike normal weapons, these PvP rating weapons require a battleground rating of 2200 or personal and team arena rating of 2200 in 3v3 or 5v5 brackets.
Blizzard delayed the release of these weapons fearing they would be used for PvE progression, which would have created the impression of “I need to PvP to progress in PvE.”
However, critics claim that’s not the problem of PvP players who earned the ratings required for the weapons fair and square in grueling Arena and Battlegrounds matches. Developers should have looked at making the admittedly hard PvE content easier rather than punishing the innocent PvP players
The glass half full crowd countered that Blizzard did the right thing, given that the alternative was to nerf PvP weapons to the point of not being attractive enough for PvE raiding. We all know how nerfs bring out the nasty side of everyone affected, especially in the cutthroat world of PvP where the smallest of stats can decide the outcome of a battle.
If you’re past all that drama and just want to get those 2200 weapons now, head to your nearest quartermaster, which would be Lieutenant Tristia in Stormwind City for the Alliance and Doris Chiltonius in Orgrimmar for the Horde.
Either way, have fun smashing the unwashed, unrated masses!
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