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Friendly Feud Promotional Week

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For one week only, you can now work off quests while playing against friends. There is also a new quest that gives 80 gold for playing against a friend.

Blizzard announced that this will run until July 24. Although you can work off quests by playing against your friends, you can't just concede like you can with the Total Dominance quest. They ask that you complete the matches to make sure that they count. This seems a fair enough request!

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Although the new way to work off quests will only last for a week, the new quest will remain in the quest pool after the promotional period. If you don't have anyone to play against, remember that there is now a Recruit a Friend feature that was introduced in the most recent patch. We have also started a thread in the Hearthstone section here, so that you can meet other players from Icy Veins if you choose.

It seems likely that if we behave ourselves and don't abuse this bonus, we might see it again in the future.

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This was a very fast way to get 80 coins (twice actually). When you compare to those horribly tedious like priest dominance, it's quite nice.

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