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I cannot confirm that, but the guide does not suggest that the Heirloom would scale up to 120. They never scaled to the current expansion. It only says that it scales up to 110, which should be fine.

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ok , thanks, just to clarify though, the guide states that it is a BfA guide to 120, then goes into a detailed explanation about heirlooms. Which is somewhat misleading. i think it would be best to make clear to people that they cannot use those heirlooms from 110-120, so that they dont go and spend a lot of gold on them and then get disappointed.

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Heirlooms are disabled. They provide NO Bonus, not even on Broken Shore. They also used to level up past 160 on BS and they do not even do that anymore. Testing done with 110 Mage that had completed first Azerite quests to get Necklace and Chest Piece. I Wasted over 40K Gold on leveling Heirlooms prior to testing so they were all at max level.

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According to the guide, one should be able to complete any of the areas in Kul Tiras with level 113. However, I´m level 118 and I´m not able to complete storylines because I can´t win the Marshal at Drustvar or the Director at the Stormfront Island, or to save Samuel Williams. I´ve read before that it`s easy to reach level 120 within hours, but I´m stuck for several days, as I´m not finding any new quests, apart from the ones I already completed and the ones I can´t complete, so the only way I see for gaining experience points would be to kill monsters on my own in a repetitive way, which sincerely would be quite boring. Anybody can help me?

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On 11/11/2018 at 9:23 AM, Guest Anonymous Guest said:

According to the guide, one should be able to complete any of the areas in Kul Tiras with level 113. However, I´m level 118 and I´m not able to complete storylines because I can´t win the Marshal at Drustvar or the Director at the Stormfront Island, or to save Samuel Williams. I´ve read before that it`s easy to reach level 120 within hours, but I´m stuck for several days, as I´m not finding any new quests, apart from the ones I already completed and the ones I can´t complete, so the only way I see for gaining experience points would be to kill monsters on my own in a repetitive way, which sincerely would be quite boring. Anybody can help me?

I mean, i'm 115 right now and I'm barely halfway through my first area. Haven't found any quests that are "difficult" per say. If you can't find any quests you can beat, I'd say your gear is the problem. Buy some cheap stuff off the ah, and then consult your pathfinder progress to see where the storyline quests are, because I can guarantee you haven't finished the main stories and not hit 120.

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On 11/11/2018 at 6:23 PM, Guest Anonymous Guest said:

Anybody can help me?

While the difficulty will ramp up significantly from 117 onwards due to scaling being weird, you really should have no difficulties unless you pull entire packs of mobs all in one. Everything is soloable regardless of spec. I would consult your spec's guide to check if you are doing something fundamentally wrong. If you are having trouble with a specific quest, it's worth checking out wowhead's database and comments to see if people have a solution for you (just google "wowhead [questname]").

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