Bonus Rolling With Seals of Wartorn Fate
For better or worse, the seal of fate system has been a constant feature since its introduction in Mists of Pandaria. The changes in Bfa from Legion are minimal, however there are a few notable differences.
How Many Can I Use a Week?
Although you have always been allowed 3 bonus rolls, in BfA you will be limited to 2 seals from a vendor. That stated, there are additional ways of acquiring seals. In addition, you may carry only 5 (down from 6) at any one time.
Where Can I Buy Them?
For the Horde, head over near The Maelstrom Mercantile. Zurvan will be on the lower-tier of Dazar’alor. For the Alliance, Tezran will be located right of the Snug Harbor Inn.
How Do I Buy Them?
The cost for an individual coin has more than doubled in some cases. Due to gold inflation, the price will be 2,000 gold for the first coin and 5,000 for the second. You may also buy coins for Marks of Honor. Your first coin will cost 10 Marks and your second will cost 25. Additionally, you can spend 250/500 War Resources.
Where Can I Spend Them?
Raids are the obvious answer. Yet, in Bfa players may also bonus roll in Mythic+. At the end of a key, the bonus roll option will appear and ask if you would like to use a Seal of Wartorn Fate. You can also use them in PvP for rated weekly quests.
This obvious game of luck deters many players. Still, some players feel they must use seals of fate. This is especially the case for hardcore raiders. As a compensation for not getting loot from a bonus roll, players receive 300 artifact power for using their seal. Is this a decent consolation prize? Or are the seals an obligatory gamble with poor results? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.