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This thread is for comments about our Greater Invasion Points guide.

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43 minutes ago, Guest Vonica said:

Have they been activated yet or do we have to wait till Tuesday patch?

Greater Invasion Points are activated, you need to complete one lesser Invasion Point to unlock them. I think Mistress Alluradel is up this week.

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On 13. 9. 2017 at 0:12 AM, Mohawk said:

Seems like you cannot use Seals of Fate for bonus rolls more than once per week on these right?

Correct. Once per week just like the regular world bosses.

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Is there an icon or something somewhere that shows if you have done a greater invasion on a particular toon? I have multiple toons and would like to know if there is something somewhere like the mythic dungeons tab that shows that I have completed this for the week. Or maybe the raid info tab. ????

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26 minutes ago, Guest paul said:

Is there an icon or something somewhere that shows if you have done a greater invasion on a particular toon? I have multiple toons and would like to know if there is something somewhere like the mythic dungeons tab that shows that I have completed this for the week. Or maybe the raid info tab. ????

Hi Paul, all Greater Invasion Points have different quest ids. Try to run this in-game script. If it returns 6 times "no", you haven't done it on the char yet. It checks for all Greater Invasion quests regardless of which one is actually up.

/run for k, v in pairs({ QuestCompleted = 48620, 49199, 49197, 49198, 49195, 49196}) do print(format("%s: %s", k, IsQuestFlaggedCompleted(v) and "\124cff00ff00Yes\124r" or "\124cffff0000No\124r")) end

There's no in-game UI for that. You can only look at the Argus map and if you see this icon it means you haven't killed the boss yet.

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1 hour ago, Guest paul said:

Thanks. that's actually the info I needed. If it has the skull on it, it hasn't been done.

Yes, skulls above portal icons indicate Greater Invasion Points. Lesser Invasion Points (aka Invasions) have the same icon, but without the skull.

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