Heirlooms are an item type that was introduced with Wrath of the Lich King. The items have a light blue hue in their text color (golden before patch 7.0.3), and their attributes scale with the character's level. Nearly all heirloom items are named after popular items from the early days of classic WoW, and share the look of. Patch 6.1 revamped the heirloom system. When Justice Points were removed in patch 6.0, it took away the default method of obtaining most of the original heirlooms. Now those heirlooms are back and easier to obtain than ever before! Note: This guide only lists the changes that happened in 6.1, check For World of Warcraft on the PC, a GameFAQs message board topic titled Where and how do you upgrade heirlooms - Page 2. Want the sexiest new heirlooms in World of Warcraft? These 1-100 heirlooms make the leveling experience absolutely painless. This video shows you the location of heirloom vendor for the 1-60 heirlooms, 60-90 heirloom upgrades and 90-100 / 1-100 heirlooms upgrades. Enjoy! If you need Flight Points in Eastern Kingdoms or Kalimdor, new in Patch 7.2.5 are 4 new Heirloom toys that will unlock Flight Points, 2 for each faction. As with previous heirlooms, the item level of the heirloom will scale as the player level's up. This allows a fresh 110 to start with an item This article concerns content exclusive to Warlords of Draenor. Heirloom Upgrade Level was added in Patch 6.1 and is similar to Item Level Upgrades, but is specific to heirloom items where upgrades do not increase item level, but instead increases scaling level. Not all heirloom items have an. Recently, Blizzard added yet another upgrade layer onto the heirlooms: 110 to 120. Upgrading ~100 heirlooms yet again, is a costly business, if done by gold: Over halv a million. Not to mention the new ones we got in BfA from the Medal vendor, they need total upgrade from the bottom, increasing to the cost. There are currently 5.