It's difficult to say what will come each month for the WoW Trading Post, because a huge pool of potential rewards has been datamined so far with more items revealing themselves as new patches rollout, as is the case now that patch 10.1.5 has launched.
Trader's Tender is the currency used to buy items from the Trading Post in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, so those of us who are interested in the rewards just released with April's Trading Post are spending a lot of time trying to figure out the optimal way to gather as much of it as possible.
Another month has come and gone: it's April, which means there's a new set of rewards in World of Warcraft's Trading Post!
While transmog enthusiasts in World of Warcraft really enjoy putting together stylish ensembles -- from mariachi outfits to the latest sets of tier armor, white and grey quality "ordinary" looks to flashy new looks Blizzard prepared especially for the Trading Post -- there's no denying that even when you're mixing and matching, there are some sets of gear out there that are just... ugly.
Looking through the March Trading Post activities, you will see a number of them require that you complete the listed task while "Looking Good" -- but what is "Looking Good," you cry?
Ahead of weekly reset, Blizzard let us know what’s coming to the Trading Post in March 2023.
The Trading Post in World of Warcraft is an exciting new feature full of fun cosmetic gear, mounts, and pets, but no amount of Trader's Tenders (or Tendies, as the community has lovingly nicknamed them) is going to do you any good if you don't know where to go to pick up and spend your hard-earned tokens.
What can Blizzard change about WoW’s Trading Post to encourage players to still complete activities after capping out for the month?
Today is the Hatching of the Hippogryphs micro-holiday, a cute little event that only comes around one day a year and thus gets missed by most players.
Dragonflight's big feature in patch 10.0.5 is the Trading Post, a new monthly system where being subbed and playing the game gives you the opportunity to pick up some cool cosmetic items.
Patch 10.0.5 brings us the Trading Post, a new reward system for World of Warcraft on a monthly rotation (the first one begins February 1) that allows you to earn currency by logging on to WoW during a month as well as completing the Battle Pass itself.