I saw this just now, can someone explain this?

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  1. ZiqoHeatonBåten

    ZiqoHeatonBåten New Member

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    I saw this just now, can someone explain this?

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  2. Chainz

    Chainz High Risk

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    You used to be able to mail the shield to a horde char and it would turn into the gul'dan staff and if you'd put an enchant on that you'd mail it back to ally and the shield would have the enchant still on it. It's gfd now tho.
     
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  3. jwl

    jwl Twitch.tv/Jwl1996

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    Its from an event a few years back.

    Horde players received a Replica staff of Gul'dan.
    Alliance players received a Replica Lions heart shield.

    Both items are cosmetic, with no real stats on them.

    However, when you'd mail your staff to an alliance character, it would turn into a shield.
    This means you could enchant the staff (while it is a staff) with a weapon enchantment, then mail it to alliance.
     
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  4. jwl

    jwl Twitch.tv/Jwl1996

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    It use to proc from both the shield and main hand weapon. To my knowledge it no longer procs on lions heart
     
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    I use it on my 10 warr (never log off with it equipped cuz glitches).

    Procs EF still and Procs off shield abilities too (shield slam).
     
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    That's awesome
     

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