As reported by Blizzard Entertainment through the game’s official blog, World of Wacraft has just launched its event Kalimdor Cup. For those who don’t know it, it’s something like a competition made up of a total of sixteen timed races in which we can “test our skills as a dragon rider”.
The event, of course, goes beyond a simple “pass, enjoy and see”, since it will be accompanied by many different rewards. Of course, they will only be available for a limited time, since the event began on August 15 and will end on August 28. There will therefore be a little less than two weeks to complete all the challenges and acquire all the possible prizes.
Start the Kalimdor Cup in World of Warcraft
In total, if we check the official website of the MMO, we will see that there are a total of 16 tests divided into three categories: normal, forward and reverse. In order to access them we will have to talk to Lord Andestrasz in Valdrakken. The good thing about it is that if you don’t participate, nothing happens, since you won’t be left behind the rest of the players.
After all, all the rewards that the game will offer – in addition to the corresponding achievements for beating one, several or all races – will be cosmetic elements. We will also be given the Riders of Azeroth badge. To obtain these rewards it will be necessary, of course, to conquer all the races.
When we overcome one or more, we will be given a series of coins that we can exchange in a store specially enabled for it. That being said, the rewards are:
Custom skins for our dragons:
Draco Runner Transmog Sets
If we obtain all of them, we can also acquire the Insignia of the Valdrakken Accord. That said, I remind you that the last day to get everything will be August 28, so you better hurry.
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