Question about Achievement
- Character A completes Ashenvale Quests for a toast and 10 points.
- If Character B then completes Ashenvale Quests, they will get the toast, but not 10 more points. (It is NOT a new achievement for the account.)
- If Character B then completes Felwood Quests, he gets a toast and 10 points. (It is a new achievement for the account.)
- If Character A never completes Felwood Quests, he will not get a toast, but the achievement will show that the account has the achievement. (It is NOT a new achievement for the account.)
- Loremaster of Kalimdor is a meta achievement, so it is account only. If we assume that Character A complete half of the Kalimdor quest achievements and Character B completes the other half, then Loremaster of Kalimdor will give a toast for whichever character is logged on at the time. The account will get 10 points.
- Any new characters will continue to get toasts (but not points) for doing Felwood Quests or whatever, but . No character on that account will ever see a toast for Loremaster of Kalimdor again.
This sounds more confusing than it is. In the Achiement UI, you will see normal achievements (which are now shared) and account-only achievements, which use a different color and symbol to indicate that you can only get them once.
If it is account wide, will accounts that had a 310 mount prior to patch 3.3 get the 310 skill as well?
So for example, if you guys decided to "account-level" the new raiding tier's meta, I could earn each individual "Heroic: Kill x boss" achievement on different characters but would still get the meta if I completed the rest of the required achievements.
If that wasn't too confusing... @_@
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