Faction Rally Armor is Coming to Destiny 2 Season 10 – How to Get?

Season 10 will be here in a short amount of time when it comes to Destiny 2. This new period of content is set to add a variety of new things for players to experience and collect. One thing that players were curious about has been if the Faction Rally community activity would be making a return in this new period of content. Luckily, we have gathered together all of the information that Bungie has provided on this matter for you in one convenient location.

Unfortunately for fans of the Faction Rally activity, it will not be making a return in Season 10. However, the armor pieces that Guardians were able to earn from this activity are instead being moved to next season’s legendary engram pool giving players the ability still to receive all of those impressive-looking pieces of gear. A few of the most popular weapons from the Faction Rally will also be added to regular loot pol of the title for Season 10 in addition to the armor.

“The reward gear hasn’t been used that much, our character cast is growing too large, and crucially, they didn’t drive a bunch of engagement with the game,” said Game Director Luke Smith regarding the decision by Bungie on how Faction Rally armor will be used going forward.

There may be some disappointed players regarding the removal of the Faction Rally community activity for Season 10. However, at least Guardians will still have the ability to earn those impressive armor pieces for use or to add to their collections.

What are your thoughts on Faction Rally armor coming to Destiny 2 Season 10?

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Ins and Outs In The Old School Team

We said goodbye to some long-serving members of the Old School team in 2019. More recently we’ve had to bid farewell to our Senior Artist Mod Ghost. All the best for the adventures ahead, everyone! But in turn we welcomed lots of new faces throughout the year, and that continues as we plunge into 2020. rs3 gold

We’re delighted to welcome our new Product Director Mod MikeD, and our new Executive Producer Mod Bonsai.

“It’s been exciting working with the studio’s leadership and the incredibly talented developers on the Old School team so far.” Mod Bonsai told us. “I’ve been in games for more than 20 years starting back in 1996 on a space shooter Starlancer. I’ve worked on PC, console and have spent the majority of the last 10 years in mobile games.”

“Over my career I’ve had the opportunity to build successful game teams and studios, work with some amazingly talented people and work on some great franchise IPs such as Call of Duty, Metal Gear Solid, Tomb Raider, Need for Speed and original games like Dawn of Titans”.

“I’m 100% focussed on building on the success and heritage of Old School RuneScape and ensuring we invest into the game to support our community which has such passionate players at its core.”

“I love MMOs!”, says Mod MikeD, “So much that 18 years ago I took a job in customer service at Mythic Entertainment and worked my way up through dev on DAOC (Dark Age of Camelot), WAR (Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning), and WildStar. That’s why I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to work on OSRS, with its storied history, top notch development team, and its devoted players.”

The keen-eyed ‘Scapers among you will spot some more names at the end of this blog too! Here’s a quick who’s who. Mod Fed is Old School’s QA Manager. Mod Kristy is a QA Analyst working on Old School. Mods Banjo and Errol work on the Editorial Team. And you should know everybody else! If you’ve ever dreamed of building your favourite game and seeing your name at the bottom of our blogs then head to the Jagex careers listings and take a look at the RS Old School section!

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RUNESCAPE’S Max Guild vs War’s Retreat Content Updates

With Runscape’s January 27th War’s Retreat (or the PvM Hub) update, many people are calling the Max Guild dead content. Is this warranted? Or are there advantages to both? How do they compare in requirements, access, and content?

REQUIREMENTS: The Max Guild requires you to have 99 in every skill and resets any time a new skill is released. On top of that, it requires a lengthy quest series to access its city, Prifddinas, which is locked behind a membership. War’s Retreat only requires combat level 60, allowing pures to access it, and is free-to-play. War’s Retreat is a clear winner here, as it has incredibly low requirements that are completed by maxing anyway.

ACCESS: Both the Max Guild and War’s Retreat have runeless teleports directly to them. War’s Retreat does require 10 boss kills, which is negligible considering the Giant Mole or King Black Dragon can easily get you that. Assuming you have access to both, it’s a tie.

BOSS PORTALS: The real reason these two areas are compared is they both offer quick access to bosses. The first time attuning each areas’ portal is free, then costs money beyond that. The Max Guild offers a 50k coin reattunement without a kill on the boss and offers access to additional combat areas. War’s Retreat requires you to have at least one kill on a boss, with a 100k reattunement fee to that boss until you have 100 kills on it; it then drops to 50k. After 100 total boss kills, you unlock a second portal with the same restrictions. War’s Retreat also offers a portal to your current Reaper task and another portal to the elite dungeon on rotation, both of which are incredibly helpful. It’s difficult to compare these; I would say the Max Guild is better for early bossing, but War’s Retreat far outstrips it for late bossing.

BONFIRE: Both areas offer a bonfire with a few significant differences. The Max Guild’s bonfire allows Cooking and Firemaking, with additional bonuses. War’s Retreat, however, only offers the bonfire health boost, but takes no supplies and is much faster to proc. The downside is that it starts at regular logs (lasting six minutes) and must be upgraded with 1,000 Marks of War and 1,000 logs of increasing level, with a total coin cost of over 9.7 million. For low- to mid- experienced players, I believe the Max Guild is much better, but experienced PvMers can easily unlock the Elder log bonus after six hours of bossing.

DECANTING, BANK, AND ALTAR: Potions are necessary for high level bossing, and both areas offer a decanting service. However, only War’s Retreat offers decanting into flasks, which makes it a clear winner here. Both areas offer banks and altars that restore Prayer and Summoning points, but while the banks are free, you must unlock the altar in War’s Retreat after 200 total boss kills.

OTHER SERVICES: The Max Guild is not a dedicated PvM area, and so offers several skilling benefits instead: a Grand Exchange stand, a skillcape seller, and two skilling portals that do not have a maxed requirement. War’s Retreat offers dummies like the Lumbridge Combat Academy, adrenaline crystals (unlocked after 1,000 total kills), and a high-level aura and aura/Sign of Life refresh shop.

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Imbued Heart OSRS Guide: How to Obtain & Use for Magic Boost?

The imbued heart is a magic-boosting item which can be useful in Old School RS. Here is our OSRS imbued heart rs 2007 gold guide to help you learn how to obtain and use this item.

How to obtain imbued heart OSRS?

As a magic-boosting item, the imbued heart can be obtained from superior slayer monster OSRS as a drop. To encounter superior slayer monsters, you need to purchase the unlock Bigger and Badder from any Slayer master for 150 Slayer reward points.

How to use imbued heart OSRS?

You can use the imbued heart to temporarily increase your Magic level by 1 to 10 levels (1 + 10% of your level) by using the Invigorate option on it. Here are the details of OSRS Magic boost based on your Magic level:
Level 1-9  +1
Level 10-19  +2
Level 20-29  +3
Level 30-39  +4
Level 40-49  +5
Level 50-59  +6
Level 60-69  +7
Level 70-79  +8
Level 80-89  +9
Level 90-99  +10
The boost can be activated an infinite number of times; however, it can only be activated once every 7 minutes per player, regardless of how many imbued hearts you have. The boost from the imbued heart will not work while your magic level is already boosted by any other effect. In addition, you cannot bring the heart into the Duel Arena to get an advantage in magical duels if the no potions option is enabled.

Hope now you learn more about the imbued heart OSRS.

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FUT 20 Mason Greenwood Featured Squad Battle – Can You Conquer this Challenge?

Featured Squad Battles are FUT 20 activities that invite players to go against squads designed by the community. We have had squads from singers and professional players in the past. Now it’s time for a squad by Mason Greenwood. He is a young professional footballer of only 18 years old. He is a forward for Manchester United. He is also with England U21. Here is his featured squad battle. Do you think you can conquer this challenge?

Two icon players are part of this squad. We have Ronaldo and Van Der Sar. Ronaldo is a 96 striker with 97 pacing, 95 shooting, 81 passing, 95 dribbling, 45 defending, and 76 physical. Van Der Sar is the goalkeeper. He has 91 OVR and the following attributes: 85 diving, 90 handling, 81 kicking, 89 reflexes, 40 speed, and 95 positioning. Greenwood had chosen his Future Stars player item card. He is a 91 OVR striker with 88 pacing, 89 shooting, 83 passing, 89 dribbling, 57 defending, and 82 physical. Neymar Jr. is a 94 OVR center attacking midfielder with 93 pacing, 89 shooting, 91 passing, 97 dribbling, 34 defending, and 60 physical.

Varane is an 88 center back with 86 pacing, 50 shooting, 67 passing, 70 dribbling, 88 defending, and 84 physical. Messi is a 99 OVR right winger with 96 pacing, 98 shooting, 99 passing, 99 dribbling, 50 defending, and 85 physical. Van Dijk is another 99 OVR player item card. He is a center back with 88 pacing, 80 shooting, 92 passing, 90 dribbling, 99 defending, and 98 physical.

Kante is a 97 center defending midfielder with 91 pacing, 88 shooting, 95 passing, 95 dribbling, 97 defending, and 93 physical. De Ligt is a 96 OVR center back with 85 pacing, 75 shooting, 86 passing, 88 dribbling, 96 defending, and 96 physical. De Jong is a 94 OVR center midfielder with 88 pacing, 87 shooting, 93 passing, 95 dribbling, 88 defending, and 80 physical. C. Ronaldo is a 94 left winger with 91 pacing, 94 shooting, 84 passing, 90 dribbling, 36 defending, and 80 physical. This featured squad battle is available for a limited time so don’t miss the chance of completing it. Just like other squad battles, it’s a single player activity.

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Which Mounts Are the Rarest in Classic WoW

Between waypoints, portals, world maps and even start menus, almost all video games released today implement a fast travel mechanism. But in World of Warcraft: Classic, your fast travel options are severely restricted so making mounts a necessity. Obtaining a rare mount with a unique appearance is a cosmetic achievement just like you have enough wow classic gold for sale , and has received considerable respect from the companion, whether a companion or stranger. So which mounts are the rarest?

Rank 11 PvP Mounts

These black colored mounts can only be purchased by characters who have been ranked 11 in the honor system. They each cost 100 gold and can be purchased from a vendor in your faction’s PvP rewards hall. The bad news: If you want to rank 11th in today’s highly competitive player base, it will be difficult to get honor. On the other hand, the only way you can really reach the 11th position is by sending spam to the Alterac Valley battlegrounds, as this is the fastest way to earn honor. So, even if you decide to chase this dream, you will still be on your way to the Alterac Valley mount.

Deathcharger’s Reins

If you’re playing Horde, this skeleton horse model is nothing special, but it is the only skeleton mount available to Alliance players. Compared to the normal green and purple of other skeletal warrior mounts available to tribal players, the saddle’s blue shroud really sets it apart, but it’s not particularly noticeable. That being said, it is likely that you will never see this decline. More alone on owning one. The decline rate is as high as 0.02%. Divide it by 5 to join your dungeon party and you will have a 0.004% chance that the mount will drop and win the game. good luck.

Swift Razzashi Raptor

This mount drops Mandokir, the bloodline lord of Zul’Gurub, with a very low drop rate. Zul’Gurub will not be enabled in Classic until Phase 4, and no release date has been announced. However, Phase 3 is only announced on February 12, so you can expect Phase 4 to be released around mid-2020. Having said that, looking at the research conducted during the original vanilla, the decline rate seems to be less than 1%. It turns out that every member of your 20-person raid will try to win it, and the chance of getting it becomes very slim.

Black Qiraji Resonating Crystal

Back in the original release, this mount was only acquired by players who devoted to playing the game almost every waking hour. This is an object of a very, very long task chain. Someone on the server must do the same to open the door of Ahn’Qiraj, allowing all players to enter the team. Until the 5th stage, the attacks of the Temple of Ahn’Qiraj will not be added to the “Classic”, so there is a lot of waiting before us. Unless you have at least one guild and maybe even multiple guilds to help you increase your reputation or buy classic gold wow, it’s impossible to complete the task chain. Also, this doesn’t seem to be difficult enough, as soon as a player turns in a task, a 10-hour timer will be triggered. After the timer starts, you will no longer receive this mount as a reward for completing the mission. In other words, keep drea

Swift Zulian Tiger

Like Razzashi Raptor, Zulian Tiger also dropped on Zul’Gurub. Unlike the Raptor, it is on the loot table of boss High Priest Thekal. Since the exact exchange rate has not been announced, it is unknown which mount is more rare. But I think tigers are more eye-catching than raptors than the other skins of these mounts. The burnt orange of the mount turned into a black stripe at midnight, which almost caught people’s attention. Although “Zulian Tiger” may not be at the top of this list, it may be the most tempting.

 

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Farming Elemental Earth for gold at low levels

Why Elemental Earth farming is so lucrative?Elemental Earth is used primarily by Alchemists to make several kinds of potions. These Potions are much-needed for Raids, which is why a single hour of Elemental earth farming can up to 20-30 gold! On my Server, I regularly sell my farmed Elemental Earth for 2g, and it sells very well at that price.

Another great thing about this specific farm is, that the mobs with the highest drop chance for Elemental Earth are actually all around level 40. This means, that Elemental Earth farming is amazing to farm for your first mount at level 40. In addition to this, there is a bit of a gap in quests between level 38 and 42, so it is perfect to grind experience farming Elemental Earth for a while and getting the gold for your mount at the same time.

Badlands

While there are more mobs here than in the Arathi Highlands, there are more players farming here. Additionally, there are a couple of quests at this location, which increases the competition some more. You should be aware that the Badlands is primarily a Horde zone, as the Alliance does not have a Flight Master here.

I recommend trying for the northern spot first, and if there are too many people there, check the ones in the south. Keep in mind though, that there are less mobs in the south.

Arathi Highlands Elemental Earth farming

Arathi Highlands has all the Elementals, and Earth and Fire are usually the ones that are farmed the most. Elemental Fire is still a lot more expensive than Earth is, though, so there should usually be fewer people at the earth spot. In the map below, I have marked the locations for all the Elements, just in case you want to switch over every once in a while.

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Gain RS Time to Train Rewards for Double XP Weekend Extended 2020

The latest Treasure Hunter promotion RS Time to Train has been active now. The rewards gained from rs3 gold Time to Train can be used for training during RS Double XP Weekend Extended from Feb. 21st.

RS Time to Train TH promo until Feb. 24th

RS Time to Train is the latest Treasure Hunter promotion running from February 20 to February 24, 2020. During this TH promo, you have a chance of obtaining various rewards to facilitate training during Double XP Weekend.
Here is a list of prizes available in RS Time to Train Treasure Hunter promotion:
Advanced pulse core
Cinder core
Combat training dummy crate (large)
Protean pack (large, medium and small)
Skill training dummy crate (large and medium)
Portable skilling pack
Protean powerup
Silverhawk feathers
Spirit onyx
Variety pack

RS DXP Weekend Extended until Mar. 1st

You can use items gained from Time to Train during RS Double XP Weekend Extended, running from February 21st to March 1st, 2020. During RS DXP weekend, you are able to enjoy a full 48 hours of 100% XP boost if you are a member. There will be a XP timer starting ticking once you log in the game, and how much Double XP time left can be seen via the interface. Any unused Double XP time will be removed when this double XP event ends.

Are you ready for RS DXP Weekend Extended?

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Location Guide for Seismitoad Pokemon Sword and Shield

With February drawing to a close, we’re yet another month closer to having the Pokemon Sword and Shield DLC land squarely in our laps. With Isle of Armor due to arrive in June 2020 and a whole bunch of new Legendaries to look forward to, we’re definitely stoked about putting the time in to prepare our teams for success in the upcoming content. If you’re someone who still needs to round out your squad, you might find our Seismitoad Pokemon Sword and Shield location guide handy.

So, you want a Seismitoad on your team. Alternatively, you’re not quite sure what one is, but you can probably hazard a guess from the name. A Seismitoad is a Water and Ground Type Pokemon boasting decent speed and attack, though its typing means that it’s especially weak to Grass Type Pokemon.

You’ll be able to catch this final evolution of the Tympole line in the Dappled Grove (which is quite a ways on if you’re just cracking through the game), so those wanting to get their mitts on one will have to make sure that they’ve made a whole lot of progress towards the end-game first.

Seismitoads evolve from Palpitoads, which are basically glorified sentient lightbulbs with webbed feet and strange attitudes to match. They evolve at Level 36 from Palpitoads, who in turn evolve from Tympoles at Level 25. If you’re wanting to see the line all the way through and you aren’t keen to wait until the main story of Pokemon Sword and Shield is basically over to get your Seismitoad, then you can pick up a Tympole from West Lake Axewell in the following weather conditions:

  • Overcast
  • Raining
  • Thunderstorm
  • Snowing
  • Snowstorm
  • Heavy Fog

Now that you’ve got an idea of what the Seismitoad Pokemon Sword and Shield location is, getting one of your own shouldn’t be too difficult. If you think it might take too long, then we’ve even told you where to get its tiny baby evolutionary form. How handy!

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World of Warcraft Classic introduces paid character transfers for players

The developers from Blizzard have taken to the official World of Warcraft site to share a new blog post announcing that Buy classic wow gold paid character transfers are now available to players, allowing them to relocate characters to a different realm within the region.

After extended server maintenance this morning, players began to notice that they had the in-game option to transfer their characters to other servers for $25 before Blizzard even officially announced that the feature was live.

Over the past few months, Blizzard allowed limited free transfers on some of the game’s overpopulated servers and servers that had poor faction balance. Players who had bad experiences with the game due to long server queue times and faction imbalance were allowed to transfer without charge to specific servers as a way to remedy their troubles. But up until this point, those limited-time transfer opportunities were the only way for people to move a character from one server to another. In addition, our site WOWclassicgp.com has a large quantity of safe WOW Vanilla Gold For Sale.

The new paid transfers do come with a few stipulations, however. A character can only move servers once in a 90-day period. There’s also a limit to the amount of gold that a character can bring over from one server to another, depending on what level they are, and players in PvE realms can’t transfer to PvP realms.

Blizzard’s decision to allow for paid transfers comes exactly one week after the release of cross-realm battlegrounds that make inter-server player-vs-player content possible. Prior to last week, players could only interact with other players on their server.

 

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