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New Black Market Auction House Items Available in Patch 8.2.5

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Blizzard is adding new items to the Black Market Auction House (BMAH) in Patch 8.2.5 as noted in the official patch notes and these include Tusks of Mannoroth, Life-Binder's Handmaiden, Solar Spirehawk, and more.

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Black Market Auction House

  • New enchantment, transmogrifiable gear, and mount listings have been added.
  • Unclaimed Black Market Auction House Containers will now fully create the item when open or viewed in any way. No peeking!
  • Removed Grimoire of the Four Winds Grimoire of the Four Winds.

The French patch notes, however, provide more details on which items will exactly have a chance to pop up on the BMAH starting with Patch 8.2.5 and here's the original post in French.

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Hôtel des ventes au marché noir

  • Les conteneurs du marché noir non réclamés créent désormais définitivement l’objet contenu lors de toute ouverture ou visualisation. Plus question de jeter un coup d’œil !
  • Nouveaux objets ajoutés.
    • Le butin transmogrifiable obtenu sur Ordos est désormais disponible à l’achat.
    • Enchantements
      • Illusion : Givre mortel (Ahune)
      • Illusion : Emprise de l’hiver (Voile d’hiver)
    • Épaulières en plaques
      • Défenses de Mannoroth (Garrosh)
      • Spallières du premier satyre (Xavius)
    • Montures
      • Raptor razzashi cuirassé (seigneur sanglant Mandokir)
      • Annihilateur en gangracier (Archimonde : mode mythique)
      • Expérience 12-B (Ultraxion)
      • Destructeur sabot-de-fer (Main-Noire : mode mythique)
      • Suivante de la Lieuse-de-vie (Aile de mort)
      • Rênes de navrecorne primordial d’ambre (Porteguerre zandalari)
      • Rênes de navrecorne primordial cobalt (Oondasta)
      • Rênes de grand mammouth de guerre noir (Caveau d’Archavon)
      • Rênes de Navrecorne primordial de jade (Porteguerre zandalari)
      • Rênes de Navrecorne primordial ardoise (Porteguerre zandalari)
      • Faucon des flèches solaire (Rukhmar)
      • Rejeton d’Horridon (Horridon)
      • Tigre zulien rapide (Grande prêtresse Kilnara)
    • Grimoire des Quatre vents supprimé

We translated the list and posted models of all items below.

Enchantments

Illusion: Deathfrost Illusion: Deathfrost from Ahune

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Illusion: Winter's Grasp Illusion: Winter's Grasp from Winter Veil's Smokywood Pastures Special Gift Smokywood Pastures Special Gift

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Transmogrifiable Gear

Tusks of Mannoroth Tusks of Mannoroth from Garrosh Hellscream

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The First Satyr's Spaulders The First Satyr's Spaulders from Xavius

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Mounts

Armored Razzashi Raptor Armored Razzashi Raptor from Zul'Gurub

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Felsteel Annihilator Felsteel Annihilator from Mythic Archimonde

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Experiment 12-B Experiment 12-B from Ultraxion

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Ironhoof Destroyer Ironhoof Destroyer from Mythic Blackhand

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Life-Binder's Handmaiden Life-Binder's Handmaiden from Deathwing

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Reins of the Amber Primordial Direhorn Reins of the Amber Primordial Direhorn from Zandalari Warbringer

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Reins of the Cobalt Primordial Direhorn Reins of the Cobalt Primordial Direhorn from Oondasta

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Reins of the Grand Black War Mammoth Reins of the Grand Black War Mammoth from the Vault of Archavon

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Reins of the Jade Primordial Direhorn Reins of the Jade Primordial Direhorn from Zandalari Warbringer

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Reins of the Slate Primordial Direhorn Reins of the Slate Primordial Direhorn from Zandalari Warbringer

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Solar Spirehawk Solar Spirehawk from Rukhmar

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Spawn of Horridon Spawn of Horridon from Horridon

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Swift Zulian Tiger Swift Zulian Tiger from Zul'Gurub

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I am pretty shocked they are putting the Warbringer mounts in. They are nowhere near the other mounts' level of prestige, not even close. They are also extremely easy to farm. 

I have no idea why they are there.

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1 hour ago, Blainie said:

I am pretty shocked they are putting the Warbringer mounts in. They are nowhere near the other mounts' level of prestige, not even close. They are also extremely easy to farm. 

I have no idea why they are there.

I still don't have the Jade ... all of these are easy to farm but if you are not lucky you wont get it.

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1 hour ago, Lith said:

I still don't have the Jade ... all of these are easy to farm but if you are not lucky you wont get it.

True, but the fact that they are farmable with class trials means you can, technically, just continuously farm them all day until it drops. Compared to something like the Sha of Anger mount, the tiger from ZG that was removed, it just feels like they're adding semi-random mounts to cheapen the pool.

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26 minutes ago, Blainie said:

True, but the fact that they are farmable with class trials means you can, technically, just continuously farm them all day until it drops. Compared to something like the Sha of Anger mount, the tiger from ZG that was removed, it just feels like they're adding semi-random mounts to cheapen the pool.

I get what you are saying  but still they are quite annyoing to farm imo.. if i can get one at a reasonable price ill rather buy it then going back to farm for god knows how many more tries.

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