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Trading Post Item Rotation for the Month of February 2023

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We're looking at items available in the Trading Post during the month of February.

You will earn your first 500 Trader's Tender automatically when you log in to the game each month. You can earn another 500 by completing various activities that you'll find in our Trading Post guide

Squire's Warhammer Squire's Warhammer (costs 100 Trader's Tender)

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Fury of the Firelord Fury of the Firelord (costs 750 Trader's Tender)

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Infiltrator's Bandolier Infiltrator's Bandolier (costs 250 Trader's Tender)

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Azure Scalesworn Longbow Azure Scalesworn Longbow (costs 200 Trader's Tender)

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Operative's Bandolier Operative's Bandolier (costs 250 Trader's Tender)

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Shard of Frozen Secrets Shard of Frozen Secrets (costs 200 Trader's Tender)

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Ensemble: Swashbuckling Buccaneer's Slops Ensemble: Swashbuckling Buccaneer's Slops (costs 650 Trader's Tender)

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Celestial Steed Celestial Steed (costs 900 Trader's Tender)

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Garrlok Garrlok (costs 750 Trader's Tender)

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Shattered Voidspire Shattered Voidspire (costs 500 Trader's Tender)

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Iridescent Warcloak Iridescent Warcloak (costs 75 Trader's Tender)

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Rosy Corsage Rosy Corsage (costs 100 Trader's Tender)

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Fetid Bouquet Fetid Bouquet (costs 100 Trader's Tender)

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Ensemble: Wanderer's Rosy Trappings Ensemble: Wanderer's Rosy Trappings (costs 100 Trader's Tender)

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Ensemble: Vagabond's Rosy Threads Ensemble: Vagabond's Rosy Threads (costs 100 Trader's Tender)

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Worth to add that there's another 500 Tender's Token for those that owns Dragonflight (which would be anyone, basically), making the total amount possible for February 1.500.

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43 minutes ago, Gnueless said:

Worth to add that there's another 500 Tender's Token for those that owns Dragonflight (which would be anyone, basically), making the total amount possible for February 1.500.

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2 hours ago, Gnueless said:

Worth to add that there's another 500 Tender's Token for those that owns Dragonflight (which would be anyone, basically), making the total amount possible for February 1.500.

So it's not possible to buy everything within one month. I wonder how often stuff will return to rotation or if it will be gone for good. It does sound like a battle pass, just without extra charge because there is already subscription in place. Something to keep people subscribed.

From the looks of it, most people will likely spend their currency on mount and/or pet as these are typically the most sought after. For example, if I buy that mount which costs 1000, then I won't be able to afford pet because it would require to go above the cap. There is only one slot to keep something for the next month.

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I'm more than likely just hoard the currency till there is something I want from the Traders Post.  And the currency rolls over month to month.  I don't have the urge to buy everything at once I rather just passively collect and buy at my own pace.

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Ok, so not counting Sparklepony, which a lot of people already have from the Hearthstone? promo it was originally from, that's 4125 points worth of items, and you get 1500 to spend this month.

I'm assuming It's one character and that's it, not getting 500 on every character you do the activities on? Is the currency actually account-wide, or do you have to make sure to log in first with the right one each month?

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30 minutes ago, SJPadbury said:

Ok, so not counting Sparklepony, which a lot of people already have from the Hearthstone? promo it was originally from, that's 4125 points worth of items, and you get 1500 to spend this month.

Hearthstone promo mount was a different horse, Hearthsteed. Sparklepony was a shop mount.

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14 hours ago, SJPadbury said:

Ok, so not counting Sparklepony, which a lot of people already have from the Hearthstone? promo it was originally from, that's 4125 points worth of items, and you get 1500 to spend this month.

I'm assuming It's one character and that's it, not getting 500 on every character you do the activities on? Is the currency actually account-wide, or do you have to make sure to log in first with the right one each month?

The currency is account wide and you get the free 500 by opening a chest at the trading post. So, no need to optimize logins. As for the activities, it seems to me you should be able to max the bar for the additional 500 tokens quite easily byjust playing the game over the course of a month. I wonder, however, if the progress towards that goal and towards the tasks themselves is account wide as well. Say can i kill 8 dungeon bosses on my main while on the dungeon quests for rep and some more on lowbies I’m leveling? It seems like this should be the case, which would make it even more doable with an alt or so. 

Regarding the "freezing" of items to carry over into next month - does anyone know, if a frozen item will take up a slot for another item, that would be usually on rotation? So in case i freeze sparklepony and they rotate in a spectral tiger next month - will frozen pony  lock out the tiger? would be kinda dumb...

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