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WoW: Remember to loot - Valor points will not be sent to you later on
It's the finale of every successful Mythic-Plus dungeon in WoW Shadowlands. The five players run to the crate as soon as the last boss touches the ground and see what the RNG god has in store for them. Sometimes the players are happy about a usable item, sometimes they only get Anima. Since patch 9.0.5, however, there are an additional 135 bravery points for each player. With these, you can gradually upgrade your equipment, which you capture in the dungeons as of 9.0.5, up to level 220 - as long as you can show the appropriate dungeon success.
And you should definitely open that box at the end of the dungeon. In the meantime, it has become common practice in WoW (buy now 14,99 € ) that almost all relevant loot is sent to the players by mail if they forget to loot it. This happens with the Anima from the crate, for example. This is not the case with bravery points, however. If you leave the crate and leave the dungeon, the points are lost.
Apparently this has happened to a few players who have responded by sending a ticket to the Gamemasters. However, they confirmed that this is not a bug and gave the great tip to remember to open the crate on your next run.
Some players are therefore currently demanding that there should be an additional prompt before leaving the dungeon, reminding that there is still loot in the crate. But at least, others are happy to note, this means that players who leave the party prematurely won't get any bravery points sent after them, as used to be the case with the Echoes of Ny'alotha.
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