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WoW Dragonflight Season 4: How to Use and Get Antique Bronze Bullion

By Penny2024-05-01

Dragonflight Season 4 brought us a huge dungeon overhaul and much higher item level rewards from the rotating awakened content, and also a new currency - Antique Bronze Bullion, which allows you to buy gear directly from new vendors. This currency is very limited and only comes from Awakened Raid. So, what should you do in season 4 to make the most of this currency, and how to get it? SignsOfKelani shared his thoughts on his YouTube channel. Let’s find out. If you're looking to acquire some gold for your Season 4 adventures in World of Warcraft, you might want to check out MmoGah, a professional store that has served hundreds of thousands of happy customers over the past 18 years.


What is the Rotating Awakened Raid feature in Season 4

This feature allows players to revisit all of the raids introduced in the Dragonflight expansion with a twist. Each week, one of the three Dragonflight raids becomes Awakened for the duration of that week. And when a raid is Awakened, its difficulty increases, and it drops higher item level loot. The raids included are Vault of the Incarnates, Aberrus, the Shadowed Crucible, and Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope.


The schedule for the Awakened Raids is as follows:


Week 1: Awakened Vault of the Incarnates

Week 2: Awakened Aberrus, the Shadowed Crucible

Week 3: Awakened Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope

Week 4: Awakened Vault of the Incarnates

Week 5: Awakened Aberrus, the Shadowed Crucible

Week 6: Awakened Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope

Week 7: All Dragonflight Raids will be awakened.


You can also check the weekly available raid by opening the in-game Dungeon Journey and go to Dragonflight raids. And then, you will see the current awakened raid with the special icon.




How to get Antique Bronze Bullion

This currency only comes from Awakened raid bosses. The good news is that LFR bosses do count, so you can hop into the Awakened LFR raid and get some easy boss kills. There's no quest you need to pick up. You just get the Bullion as loot. It doesn't seem to be guaranteed, but you will get it on your first kill most of the time. Some people do get it on their second or third bosses in the LFR Wing, and most importantly, you don't have to go into Normal or Heroic to secure them, so everyone can get their hands on this pretty easily.


How many you can get

Players can only get one Bullion per character per week, but the cap is cumulative, which means if you don't get any Bullions for a few weeks, you can still catch up to everyone else by killing a few more raid bosses in that week. This is great for alts especially. Get some alts, kill bosses, and get a bunch of Bullions.


Where to spend Antique Bronze Bullion

You can spend it at some new vendors in the Parting Glass, which is an inn in the Bronze Enclave in Valdrakken. There's a vendor for each of the three Dragonflight raids selling weapons, rings, and trinkets from the raid. Each piece of gear will cost you two bullions, but they can be upgraded to 12 or 14 times for the very rare stuff, so they can become good gear in the game that you will never need to replace.


There is another vendor in the inn called Mirioszin who sells transmogs for each color variation of each weapon from each Dragonflight raid for bullions. If you want to pick up something specifically without entering the raid and hoping for the drop, you can directly buy whatever you want from this vendor. They also sell the Jigglesworth, Sr. Mount, which was the special mount reward from the Shadowlands fated season and can’t be obtainable in any other way.


One extra tip SignsOfKelani gave is that we can use our main character’s bullion on gear and then use alts to pick up transmogs or the mount. So, if you only have one main account, maybe it's time to get an alt or two leveled up to take advantage of these kinds of events.


Hope the content above is helpful. Happy gaming.

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