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Legendary Items Upgrade Warning

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An issue is currently plaguing the Touch of a Titan quest. If you're working to upgrade your Legendary items, it's super important to turn Essence of Aman'ThulEssences of Aman'Thul in once you're at 50/50. Any exceeding essences you have above 50 will be consumed upon quest completion. The bug should be fixed in near future.

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I turned in my Touch of a Titan quest today, having looted the last 2 Essence of Aman'ThulEssences I needed from my daily box, bringing me to a grand total of 52/50 Essence of Aman'ThulEssences. Upon completion and picking up the quest again to start working on my Sephuz's, I noticed I had 0/50 left.

Be careful when turning in the quest. If you are really close to having the required essences next Tuesday, don't use your Weekly M+ Cache to complete it. Save that for when you pick up the next round and get it from a daily box instead.

I can see this being an issue in a few situations, specifically around Nighthold progression and going over the 50 "cap" by a moderate amount during your normal raid time.

We will send this feedback over to the developers and see what's going on.

Whoa! Wasn't expecting that. Thanks for the heads up Ornyx! Wasn't sure if it was intentional or not so I didn't want to say anything other than the warning.

I think it's typical for quests like this to work in this way, but in this case, when looking at how raids progress and LFR tiers and such, it seems people could end up saving 70-80 at a time without realizing it which could be devastating.

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Can essences be separated and stored in the bank to counter this if you do go over the 50/50 requirement?  If so this would be an inconvenient but acceptable work around until this is resolved.  If not I'd go with not using your M+ cache to get the essences as well.

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