World of Warcraft Patch 5.2 (build 16486) introduced a new quest for level 60 players. This quest appears onscreen automatically upon reaching level 60 to alert players they can now visit the riding trainer to learn the Expert Riding skill.
The title has a funny vibe to it, we know Blizzard developers love easter eggs and pop culture references.
“I Believe You Can Fly” — is a reference to R. Kelly “I Believe I Can Fly” (YouTube video)
This system is not fully implemented in the PTR 5.2, but build 16486 added cosmetic changes that suggest players who queue to Random Dungeon LFG can choose which reputation faction they wish to gain reputation points with.
In the Random Dungeon LFG window and Scenario window, there is a red button which says: “Choose Reputation”. Clicking that button opens up your character window’s reputation tab.
At this point, PTR players can’t yet choose a reputation. Work in Progress.
Eldorian linked me to a blue post concerning this new feature:
As the PTR Patch Notes read currently, it’s the first dungeon and first scenario. Of course, things might change, but that’s the plan right now.
The answer was/is so blooming obvious, you never had to re-invent the wheel, just put the old one back on – simply having both at release (instead of removing tabards) – Blizz could of scored a blinder by satisfying everyone – missed opportunity by not keeping tabards with the current daily system on release, missed it again in 5.1 and instead opt for a watered down fix in 5.2.
If one of them is the obvious path to get it done faster, the developers have seen over the years that the players will take that path, even if it’s something they just don’t like doing (which is probably why some people feel dailies are mandatory, because they’d like to spend their valor points on that gear rather than using the item upgrade system, perhaps because the’ll spend them better there).
Also, keep in mind that in 5.2, valor gear will have a reputation requirement, but this reputation won’t be earned from daily quests (which will also be available and it’s a different faction).
Warmage Yurias: We have been dispatching spies into the Sunreaver base of operations on a daily basis. Some had orders to recover charged moganite from the enemy and bring it here.
They have not returned, and I can confirm they have left the Sunreaver base.
Search the jungle between here and there and find any of the charged moganite that might have been lost in transit. Bring it to me and we will put it to good use.
Recover a Charged Moganite and bring it to Warmage Yurias.
Note: There is more than one Charged Moganite. Players can identify it by looking for the big interacive icon floating above the item. After clicking the Charged Moganite, the item is clipped on the character’s back. Similar to the Warsong Gulch flag, players have to walk all the way back to the Violet Rise and turn in the quest at Warmage Yurias. Players can’t mount while carrying the Charged Moganite.
Warmage Yurias: Mmm. This is a good crystal. You have done well, (name).
(Charged Moganite returned to Violet Rise: 1/1)
Warmage Yurias: Well done, champion. This artifact will be put to better use in our hands than in the hands of the Sunreavers.
Lady Jaina Proudmoore: The Zandalari have been a constant nuisance since we arrived on this island. I’ve assigned Archmage Lan’dalock to take charge of dismantling their presence at Za’Tual, in the south.
Report to him when you are best able. He will have work for you.
Find Archmage Lan’dalock outside of Za’Tual.
Archmage Lan’dalock: One more to join the Zandalari hunt? Good. Very good.
Ryshelle Brightlock: The Reliquary is having a field day out here, literally!
Every day, the researchers find more relics to study and catalog.
Recently, one of our adventurers found this scroll at the Court of Bones.
I believe that this incantation can be used to call beyond the grave. And if my Mogu is up to date, I’d say you should use it in the last room in the Hall of the Exalted.
Would you be willing to test out my theory?
Use the Incantation of Gura in the Hall of the Exalted, then defeat Gura the Reclaimed.
Note: A broken mogu statue has an inscription on a marble plaque which says:
“Lord Gura commanded the very power of the storm at his fingertips. With a single word, he could blanket the earth in crackling electricity. Those caught in his storm died a terrible, scorching death.”
Gura the Reclaimed: Die by the fury of the storm!
Ryshelle Brightlock: Ah yes, you’ve just confirmed my theory! Thank you, (class).