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Patch 8.2: A List of All Punchcard Sockets

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In this article, we're looking at punchcards available for the customizable Patch 8.2 trinket from Mechagon.

Pocket-Sized Computation Device Pocket-Sized Computation Device is a new trinket from Mechagon with three punchard sockets that can be customized to your liking in Patch 8.2. The quest for the trinket is available as soon as you start your journey in Mechagon.

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Azerite Powers

Patch 8.2 Azerite Armor comes with a new Azerite trait, which increases the effectiveness of Red & Yellow punchcards by 50% (Person-Computer Interface Person-Computer Interface).

Punchcards

Punchcards can be looted from rare mobs in Mechagon, some drop in the new Operation: Mechagon dungeon while other can be purchased from the Rustbolt Resistance Quartermaster. Below is a list of punchcards that were added so far:

Blue Punchcards (Non-DPS Utility)

Electromagnetic Resistors

  • Equip: Increase resistance to movement forces.

Friend or Foe Identifier

  • Equip: Track nearby Mechanical creatures.

Neural Autonomy

  • Equip: Gain Neural Silencer, making you immune to some annoyances.

Remote Circuit Bypasser

  • Equip: Allows you to hack creatures and constructs in Mechagon.

Supplemental Oxygenation Device

  • Equip: Increases your lung capacity by 1,000%.

Red Punchards (On-Use Effects)

Cyclotronic Blast

  • Use: Channel a cyclotronic blast, dealing 114 damage every 0.5 sec for 2.5 sec.

Harmonic Dematerializer

  • Use: Deals 40 damage to target, and amp Harmonic Dematerializer's damage to similar targets.

Subroutine: Emergency Repairs

  • Equip: Healing allies below 50% health has a chance to make your spells refund mana for 6 sec.

Subroutine: Overlock

  • Equip: Chance on damage or healing to gain 10% haste.

Yellow Punchcards (Secondary Stat Increase)

Forceful Adaptable Logic Board

  • +311 Critical Strike, +93 Versatility

Forceful Efficient Logic Board

  • +311 Critical Strike, +93 Haste

Forceful Refined Logic Board

  • +311 Critical Strike, +93 Mastery

Omnipurpose Effective Logic Board

  • +311 Versatility, +93 Critical Strike

Omnipurpose Efficient Logic Board

  • +311 Versatility, +93 Haste

Omnipurpose Refined Logic Board

  • +311 Versatility, +93 Mastery

Optimized Adaptable Logic Board

  • +311 Mastery, +93 Versatility

Optimized Effective Logic Board

  • +311 Mastery, +93 Critical Strike

Optimized Efficient Logic Board

  • +311 Mastery, +93 Haste

Performant Adaptable Logic Board

  • +311 Haste, +93 Versatility

Performant Effective Logic Board

  • +311 Haste, +93 Critical Strike

Performant Refined Logic Board

  • +311 Haste, +93 Mastery
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On 5/2/2019 at 6:35 PM, PatrickHenry said:

Next expansion: 

Cybernetics and internal physical upgrades

Calling it now!

the ultimate bamboozle. We thought mechagnomes were the next allied race, but it's actually mecha-everything

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13 hours ago, Blainie said:

the ultimate bamboozle. We thought mechagnomes were the next allied race, but it's actually mecha-everything

Mecha-gnomes, but cyber...everything else!

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17 hours ago, PatrickHenry said:

Mecha-gnomes, but cyber...everything else!

cyber elf, im down

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Once you obtain the Circuit Bypasser you're able to create a new punch card by hacking K1N6 (it's literally the same as the nazjatar cloak)

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