Patch 7.3: Confiscated Items & Veiled Argunite

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We don't know if it's a bug or intended, but you can no longer purchase Relinquished gear on PTR. The vendor Thaumaturge Vashreen moved to Argus and there are new items to obtain.


You will find Thaumaturge Vashreen aboard the Vindicaar. He sells Confiscated items for a currency from Argus World Quests called Veiled Argunite. The currency is the same as Nethershards, used to purchase Dauntless & Relinquished gear back on the Broken Shore. He doesn't have any items listed, but Dauntless gear was at ilvl 850 and Relinquished 880. The new item level of 7.3 "Relinquished" tokens should then be 910 if my calculations are correct.


In addition to that, Adjutant Vortus now sells a new 7.3 version of "Dauntless tokens". Currently, their item level is listed at 880, so we can say old "Relinquished" items are the new "Dauntless" items in 7.3.

For example, [PH] Trinket[PH] Trinket costs 650 Veiled Argunite and has multiple variations:



  • Nethershards will be useless in Patch 7.3. They're replaced with Veiled Argunite.
  • Broken Shore Gear (Patch 7.2)
    • Dauntless tokens: ilvl 850
    • Relinquished tokens: ilvl 880 (removed in Patch 7.3)
  • New Argus Gear (Patch 7.3)
    • New "Dauntless" tokens: ilvl 880
    • New "Relinquished" tokens: ilvl 910
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On 31/07/2017 at 6:27 AM, PatrickHenry said:

as in the shards themselves were transferred to the new currency?

I think Nethershards will remain, but will be made redundant by the introduction of the new currency.

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