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Pilgrim’s Bounty starts today, November 21st 2016 and will run up to and including November 28th 2016. My main point of reference here is the WoWHead.com guide. It appears that nothing new was added to this event.
Bountiful Tables: These are found at all major cities and towns with inns. Eating here is ALLOWED for purposes of completing the quest, however, please note that eating the same meal 5 times will give you a buff that is not allowed:
The Rare-quality (blue) Fine Pilgrim’s Hat is ALLOWED. It offers no stats or buffs and is purely cosmetic. I’ve already made an exception in the code for this item. If you equip it you should NOT unequip it as it could cause you to be incorrectly flagged. It’s the price we pay for looking good.
Battle Pets: You can win the following two battle pets (but again, cannot use them within the confines of the challenge).
Daily Quests: There are two sets of quests… ones that require cooking and others that let you either cook or BUY the necessary quest items. Pacifists are allowed to complete both sets of quests since cooking is allowed for them, however, Irons are only allowed to complete the quests where you can buy the items.
Congratulations to Jernmand for his new Iron Champion! Jernmand becomes the 8th Iron Champion in Legion, earning his second title on this character. This character was the first to go from 1-100 in Warlords, something we haven’t seen yet in Legion. Keep up the great work!
Big congratulations to Marghunt for becoming our 5th Iron Champion in Legion! This is his third Iron Champion title and the second for this character…. and *JUST* as I’m writing this post, I see that we had not only one but two more Iron Champions today! One of them is Margothon himself with the 7th Iron Champion in Legion on his monk Margymonk. His monk becomes the second monk to reach 110 this expansion, earning it’s second Iron Champion title.
*EDIT* I completely missed the fact that Marghunt is also the first Iron Champion for the EU region! Wow!
Smack in the middle of Margothon’s two achievements, we have Neverdied’s own monk, Deidrevenm, reaching 110, becoming Legion’s first Iron Champion monk. This character is the sixth Iron Champion for the expansion, third for the character itself (90, 100, 110) and SEVENTH for Neverdied!
Congratulations to our newest Iron Champion Ironster! He becomes only our third Iron Champion for Legion and our first Rogue in the expansion.
This is the second Iron Champion title for this character, however, Ster has multiple Iron Champions across many characters.
You can reach Ster on the forums, in the wowironman guild on US-Wyrmrest Accord Alliance or on Twitter @geekroguester.
Think that was good…? Ster followed up his Iron Champion performance this week by taking Catster all the way up to the top! Catster is the fourth Iron Champion for Legion and second Rogue in the expansion (I think he knows how to rogue). This is also the second Iron Champion title for this character… the first coming in Warlords of Draenor.
Overall this should put Ster at SIX Iron Champion titles across his various characters…. simply amazing!