07/19/2011 10:57 AMPosted by KiokiI did not get compensation on this character or my rogue (which only participated but did not buy in that period), while my paladin (who had a PvP weapon equipped before logging) did get honor. It seems they went based on what was equipped on your character not assuming people do both PvP and PvE or might have upgraded their gear already but still would like that honor to make up for what happened. They might have also went on the activity feed, which would be too old for most players by now to look at any pvp gear purchased so many week ago. So in other words, probably 50 percent of the people or more will not get any honor on any of their characters, pretty bad in my opinion.
Cant' be based off what is equipped. My pally and warrior is always logged out in pvp gear and they didn't get nothing.
Looks like they are investigating some of these cases through our game master department, please submit a petition or web ticket here: https://us.battle.net/support/
***Please keep the following message in mind, you must have spent the honor between the June 28 and July 5 to be eligible.****During maintenance, 4000 Honor Points will be automatically applied to all characters that spent Honor on any item level 365 items following the release of 4.2, between the June 28 and July 5 maintenances.
The compensation Honor Points given will be able to go over the point cap, but anyone who goes over will not be able to earn more Honor until they spend under the 4000 cap. Any Honor over the cap will need to be spent before the start of Season 11 when it will be converted to gold.
Original post: http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2838424151#1
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