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If they're using Relinquished tokens... will Broken Shore tokens, bought for Nethershards, also increase in ilvl with this patch? IOW, is it worth starting to save Nethershards instead of using them?

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On 20. 8. 2017 at 0:01 AM, solitha said:

If they're using Relinquished tokens... will Broken Shore tokens, bought for Nethershards, also increase in ilvl with this patch? IOW, is it worth starting to save Nethershards instead of using them?

Hello, no it's not worth saving them up. Broken Shore npc is gone, but with Nethershards you can buy Grimoire of Lost KnowledgeGrimoire of Lost Knowledge from Warmage Kath'leen.

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