Token sharingEdit

I was looking for a overview which classes share which Tokens with each other. Since I couldn't found something in particular, I just added a Token column. My first intention was to combine each sharing class into one row, but then thought having the classes in alphabethical order is nicer.

It would be great if someone could come up with a one-page solution for looking up Token sharing and having it linked in all Tier pages.

--Masi 13:54, 9 August 2007 (UTC)

Old chartEdit

I like this table more, but here is the old thing:

--Colinstu 16:33, 2 December 2006 (EST)

New table looks decent, but I'd make one class == one line, and maybe add the "build" for each set after the name. For instance...
Class Sets
IconSmall Druid Druid Malorne Raiment (Restoration) Malorne Harness (Feral) Malorne Regalia (Balance)
--Tekkub 17:43, 2 December 2006 (EST)

Oh thats sweet, there a set you can choose for different speccs! I wonder if you can get two sets. Like a druid could get the healing tier 4 and the feral tier 4. Hmm....would be sweet. Though is the set only 5 pieces? - Karye

As far as I've seen, yes you can. for each slot there's 3 tokens, so you're competing with 3 other classes for your gear. I'm sure most guilds will adopt a general rule of "if everyone has their set piece, you may bid for a 2nd/3rd token to get off-spec items."
And before you ask, the sets all appear to look the same, there isn't even a difference in color between spec sets like there is between Dungeon 1 and Dungeon 2 sets. TeжubԎ Ҩ Ѡ 20:40, 10 December 2006 (EST)
Should this even be called Tier 4 if its only 5 peices? If that the case, then it should be 3.5 or somesuch, like the AQ40 set. Or will Blizz upgrade it to an 8 peice come TBC?--Kierjan 18:54, 17 December 2006 (EST)
Before the pieces got "proper" name, the token names all contained "Tier 4". See Thott for examples. But then, I thought blizzard officially ended the "tier" sets with T2... then Naxx comes out with this supposed "Tier 3". I honestly don't know what they're planning on calling it until they are added to the official armor set page. But then what does it matter what Blizzy calls it? People don't use "D1" or "D2", it's "T0" and "T0.5" to the unwashed masses. But the AQ and ZG items are not in the official page either, hrm. My guess is that blizzard will officially name them Tier 4 and Tier 5, and those other 3 slots you're so worried about will be filled from other sources. For example, the "Hard mode" 5-man run tokens can buy off-hand items, rings, and trinkets. There's also a good number of PvP and faction rewards to be had in each zone. Perhaps endgame gamers will look to more than solely 25-man runs to get their gear. TeжubԎ Ҩ Ѡ 01:50, 19 December 2006 (EST)


Can we get confirmation from somewhere about the two notes under Tokens? "Note: As refrenced in the Burning Crusade Expansion Guide it has been noted that tokens drop from the bosses of all 5-man outlands instances when in Heroic mode. Note: Unique to Burning Crusade When receiving Tokens from 25-man raids or 5-man Heroic instances that 1 token for each player in the Raid will drop from Bosses, Example; Raid of 25 people=25 of the same token dropped." These both seems to be referencing Badges of Justice from Heroic mode rather than set gear, as I can't see Blizzard giving a third of a 25-man raid new gear with a single downed boss. --Lsfreak 18:04, 21 January 2007 (EST)

Get Tier 4 from 5-men is known to be FALSE. These notes should be reworded. Heroic mode tokens normally exchanges for off hand, shield, rings, trinkets, cloaks and strangly epic FR sets. Each piece need 20-30 tokens. Which has nothing to do with tier 4. --Hzhao 17:11, 26 January 2007 (PST)

First completed T4 Edit

It seems that the world first complete Tier 4 has been obtained by Banai, main tank and GM of the Last Resort guild from Kazzak-EU. Is this important enough to add it to the main article? -- Vysogota 19:58, 5 March 2007 (EST)

Adding it in gives precedent for others to add "their" completed T4 information (assume the best yadda yadda yadda...). It probably isn't necessary in this case to put the information on the page. (imo)--Sky 20:05, 5 March 2007 (EST)
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