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Gnomeregan Pet Battle Dungeon Guide

Once again, it’s to put your best battle pets to the test with the halls of Gnomeregan! The all-new Pet Dungeon will make you want to hop on the ongoing story with your battle pets. This mini-game of sorts has become quite a huge hit to the World of Warcraft audience. This turn-based strategy game was born out of the idea of capturing monsters and subsequently training them. The rewards are a great source of WoW gold, so don’t miss this chance.

Here, we’re going to take an in-depth look at this dungeon and guide you through until the very end.

How Do I Get to Gnomeregan?

To get started on your journey, you’ll first need to earn the achievement “All Growns Up!” which requires you to raise a pet to level 25. From there, a new quest should appear to you from RadekFuselockwho is located near the pet battle trainers in Dazar’alor. If you’re from the Alliance, you can talk to Tizzy Gearjoly who is located just outside of Dana Pull’s shop near Hook Point in Boralus. From there, they’ll both send you to Micro Zoox who is just outside the instance portal forGnomeregan. Once you reach that point, your quest will promptly begin.

Do I Need to Complete the Other Battle Dungeons First?

No. Luckily, you won’t need to complete the other dungeons like Wailing Caverns or Deadmines pet battle dungeons to gain access. Plus, with the release of the Tides of Vengeance update, you can play the three pet battle dungeons in any order that you prefer!

Are There Any Different Difficulties?

There are two separate difficulties in pet battle dungeons in general: Normal and Challenge mode. In the normal difficult setting, when faced with a monster, you can heal or revive your pets any time and have at least one pet leveled at 25 for you to start the dungeon. In Challenge mode, however, it’s much more difficult. You cannot heal or revive your pets with Battle Pet Bandage or Revive Battle Pets at any time, and you must have at least 15 pets leveled up to 25 for you to unlock this mode. Furthermore, you need to complete the Normal mode of this dungeon for you to gain access to Challenge mode. But the great thing about Challenge mode is you can do it weekly and it will give you a reward upon completion, unlike in the Normal mode where you won’t gain additional rewards once you’ve finished it.

A quick tip for players who are looking to get into the Challenge mode is that if your pets die and you have no replacement pets, you can remedy this logging onto a different character in WoW and use Battle Pet Bandage or Revive Battle Pets. You can then log back in with you still in the dungeon and your pets healed.

What Quest Rewards Do I Get?

If you complete the dungeon in Normal mode for the first time, you’ll be getting an Ultimate Battle-Training Stone. In addition to that, you’ll also be receiving the Manapool’s aid at any time to teleport directly to the Gnomeregan’s dungeon entrance. However, there won’t be any rewards unlike the first time if you try to complete the dungeon once more in Normal mode,.

If you complete the dungeon in Challenge mode for the first time, you will be rewarded with the “Pet Battle Challenge: Gnomeregan” achievement and the Mini Spider Tank. And if you complete the Challenge mode once per week, you’ll be rewarded Pristine Gizmos which can be exchanged for items from Micro Zoox.

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Boost Your WoW Gold Profits with Microfinances

Boost Your WoW Gold Profits with Microfinances

Use microfinances to boost your profits. More profits mean more WoW gold. Don’t know what microfinances are? That’s okay, this article will explain them.

Tired of Grinding for WoW Gold? Is your stuff in the Auction House not selling? Getting frustrated with the completely unfair economy? We feel you.

Worry no more, though, because this article will help you find a niche to dominate in the economy through microfinance—they’re your one-way ticket to getting rich.

Microfinances in a Nutshell

Economies have an 80/20 (sometimes 80/19/1) rule. It’s short for ‘20% of a population hold 80% of its wealth’. For the alternate, an internet example: 80% lurk, 19% are active, but only 1% are creators. Back to the Pareto Principle (80/20), the richest players on a World of Warcraft server actually use it. 80% of their profit comes from the top 20% of items.

The top seller gets the best of it, while the next best get something much less. When you’re at the bottom, you’re left with nothing but the crumbs, so to speak. That’s where microfinances come in. They’re the cheap but still-needed items. They’re easily ignored but can be bought in bulk, and that last part is where they have a distinct advantage.

Look at it this way. Let’s say you’re selling something that costs 25 gold. If you’ve sold 40 pieces of it, you get 1000 gold. Selling a hundred nets 2500 gold. With a constant demand, you can sell that amount and more within a given day. Isn’t that better than hedging your bets on selling a single expensive thing when you’re not even sure if someone will buy your offer or not? It’s easier to accept that you didn’t sell a majority of your cheap stuff. On the flipside, you’ll feel frustrated when you see your expensive item still up for grabs.

Is It Better than the Other Way?

No, not really. Except that someone else may already be dominating the other way, so you have to diversify. You actually need both sides to balance. It’s more of bolstering profits with microfinances than relying on selling expensive items only.

Take Advantage of Microfinances!

Other than being cheap, they’re also quite easy to collect and farm. It’s easy to maintain bulk offers in the AH for an almost constant supply for the demand. The trick is figuring out which items are in demand. That would take careful and dedicated observation of the market. It would also need practice to easily see the gaps in supply and fill it in. Starting out will be rough, but it’ll get easier in time.

There’s no easy way to profit if that’s what you’re looking for. Any guide you’ll find will require effort on your part. Of course, there are other ways to get gold when you’re desperate. However, don’t you think that getting something through your own efforts is more rewarding?

Whether you agree or not, it’s a fact. Nothing will ever happen if you just sit or stand around in-game. It also applies to real life. So go out there and profit with microfinances!

Looking Forward to World of Warcraft Events

Events add a new layer to gameplay, giving players a much-needed break from grinding. Some even give event exclusive items that become more valuable as time passes. Events also increase interest for World of Warcraft (WoW), attracting amateur and veteran players. Keep in mind that events can be weekly, monthly, or even holidays. Blizzard planned an event-packed month for May, where citizens of Azeroth celebrate.

5 World of Warcraft Events in May

  1. Children’s Week: a Battleground bonus event where players receive Honor at an increased rate.

  1. PVP Brawl: capture the flag at Warsong Gulch.

  1. Darkmoon Faire: showing sights from all around Azeroth and beyond, as well as games that test the mind and courage of players.

  1. Legion Dungeon: final bosses drop an extra item upon defeat.

  1. Spring Balloon Festival: a three-day mini holiday was active.

The 2 Ongoing Events

The two current events are the Pet Battle, and the PVP Brawl: Deepwind Dunk.

  1. Pet Battle: triples the experience for gaining pets, so go out and battle (same applies to the PVP Brawl in Pandaria).

  1. PVP Brawl: Deepwind Dunk: players must grab a ball from either the center, northern, or southern areas of the map, and then go to the enemy base. From there, players can attempt either a long-range shot or go for the dunk, while trying to avoid enemies from killing them. These two events end on May 23, so take the chance now before it’s too late.

Upcoming Events

As May is coming to an end, Cataclysm dungeons will be open every three weeks for the Timewalking event. Players can revisit the dungeons from the Cataclysm expansion, and gain loot from those dungeons scaled to the character’s natural level. The event will be open for characters level 86 and above. Time walking is an excellent opportunity to gather World of Warcraft Gold since these items cannot be obtained anywhere else.

On the 27th of May, the Glowcap Festival will take place in Zagarmarsh. Help the sporelings keep the great Fshoo alive. You never know, they might reward you with amazing things. Lastly, there’s an Arena Skirmish Event that will roll over to June. While the event is active, players earn Honor faster through Arena Skirmishes.

Is there Anything Else?

Weekly events rotate every week, and the dungeons for another expansion will be available for Timewalking in another three weeks. PVP Brawls rotate roughly every two weeks. Besides, there are several micro-holidays throughout those periods where players won’t run out of things to do. It gives them something else to break the grind of leveling up and gathering WoW Gold. Expect more events to come this year. Happy adventuring!