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'''Practice Lock''' is an [[item]] usually made by [[Engineering|Engineers]] that can be used once to practice [[Lockpicking]] skill up to skill level 80. This is a slow and potentially expensive way to increase your [[Lockpicking]] skill.
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'''Practice Lock''' is an [[item]] usually made by [[Engineering|Engineers]] that can be used to practice [[Lockpicking]] skill up to skill level 80. This is a slow and potentially expensive way to increase your [[Lockpicking]] skill.
   
On September 2nd, 2007, Blizzard patched in support for the auction house telling potential buyers whether practice locks have been opened or not. Previous to this, unscrupulous players could auction their used practice locks to be bought by unsuspecting players.
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The Practice Lock can only be used once. After that, it is opened and completely worthless.
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On September 2nd, 2007, Blizzard patched-in support for the auction house telling potential buyers whether practice locks have been opened or not. Previous to this, unscrupulous players could auction their used practice locks to be bought by unsuspecting players.
   
 
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Revision as of 18:49, January 18, 2009

Inv box 01
  • Practice Lock
  • Item Level 20
    Disenchants into:
    Not disenchantable
  • Sell Price: 12Copper

Practice Lock is an item usually made by Engineers that can be used to practice Lockpicking skill up to skill level 80. This is a slow and potentially expensive way to increase your Lockpicking skill.

The Practice Lock can only be used once. After that, it is opened and completely worthless.

On September 2nd, 2007, Blizzard patched-in support for the auction house telling potential buyers whether practice locks have been opened or not. Previous to this, unscrupulous players could auction their used practice locks to be bought by unsuspecting players.

Source

Practice lock is made by engineers with a skill of 100.

The components are:

The schematic is learned from a trainer.

External links


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