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Hey guys, what’s up! Welcome to another guide – Honor Boost Services in WoW TBC (The Burning Crusade).
So you finally hit level 70, and hopefully, after a well-deserved sleep, you’re ready to begin grinding your gear.
Where do you start? Something that requires no gear or prerequisites is the beginning of the honor grind boost.
I say grind because this is where most of your gear comes from. Regardless of whatever class or specialization you’re playing.
Why do Customers choose Huskyboost for TBC Honor Farm?
How does it work?
What is the delivery time?
- 10000 – 15000 per 24 hours approximate. Plus or VIP booster farm faster.
- 70 level character
- No special requirements
What are the Start time and Boosting type options?
What do Customers Receive?
- Pilot: Entirely handmade service for farming Honor with free stream
- Remote: 100% safe Service when booster will take control of the Customer’s desktop using the remote connection. (Pilot without account sharing – fantastic!)
Huskyboost provides cheap, safe, and fast Honor Farm Boost Service.
At level 70, you can purchase the blue high warlords or grand marshal set.
This rare quality set looks identical to the level 60 equivalent gear upgraded to level 70. You can purchase a complete set of this, so five pieces total.
Be careful, though, as some classes, like a druid, for instance, like to go for two of the balance pieces and two of the restoration pieces to benefit from the two two-pieces of both.
And for your weapon, there is a full selection of rare quality weapons again following the same high warlord or grand marshal theme.
To pair with this, there are also rare quality PVP rings.
But most important of all, there is epic off pieces, including bracers, cloak neck, and boots.
How do you go about purchasing this gear? All of this gear can be bought in either Orgrimmar or Stormwind and costs a combination of honor points and marks.
Honor points are rewarded from participating in battlegrounds or certain world PVP events.
And then marks of honor are rewarded from their respective battlegrounds:
- Eye of the storm
- Alterac valley
- Warsong Gulch
- Arathi basin
TBC honor boost farm rewards three per win and one per loss.
All of this does add up, though. And to get a complete set by honor boosting, which you should aim to do, for the most part, is a considerable grind.
Here you can see the required amount of honor and marks to buy the complete blue armor set. So a little over 86k honor and then 30 Warsong marks, 50 Arathi marks, and 50 Alterak Valley marks.
If you want the off pieces, so:
- A gladiator’s medallion
- One ring
This will cost you a further 97 888 honor farm boosting, 20 Warsong Gulch marks, 60 Arathi Basin marks, 10 Alterak Valley marks, and 60 Eye of the storm marks.
Then to further add to that, you can get a weapon.
One-hand weapon honor boost will need 19k honor and 20 Eye of the storm marks.
Two-hand weapon honor grind service will cost 38k honor and 40 alterac valley marks.
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So in total, if you’re looking somewhere in the region of a little over 200k honor, 50 Warsong gulch marks 110 Arathi marks and then either 100 or 60 Alterac Valley or 100 or 60 either storm marks depending on which weapons you use.
Okay, so saying it’s an honor grind is a bit of an understatement, but that’s actually TBC. And even then, we’re still missing a trinket and one ring.
What you want to prioritize, though, is the off-pieces.
For the most part, these epic off-pieces remain best in the slot for the entirety of season one.
As it’s the weapons and armor set that you will replace with the gladiator’s arena point alternative once you have the required points.
Thank you for checking our little Guide. Please don’t hesitate to learn more about our TBC boosting services on the main page.
Have a nice day, and stay safe! Your Librarian Husky.