Yeh! for Games' WoW Arena Leveling service is unlike any other service we offer. Most services are referred to as "farming" or "grinding": words associated with a boring repetitive task to achieve higher levels or better gear. But in order to be successful in the World of Warcraft® Arena system, one cannot just farm or grind arena points like the pvp honor points in Battlegrounds. One must have extraordinary PvP skills to reap the awesome gear that is of the Gladiator. As a Blizzard community manager has once said in reference to the PvP Arena system:
"You can get the best rewards in the game on par with the raid game. So, wherever the raid game loot is currently at, the PvP arena system will match those rewards."
The arena system uses a rating system that can punish you for losing to teams worse than you, which essentially discourages grinding hence, PvP arena skill is very important to have if you want to earn fast conquest points. Conquest Points (CPs) are higher-tier PvP currency that replaced the old Arena Points (APs) when the Cataclysm® expansion was released. Just like arena points in the previous WoW arena system, you get the opportunity to earn conquest points every week by playing arena games. There is a maximum amount of conquest points you can earn per week that is dependent on your previous week's arena rating. Therefore, it is very difficult to earn a lot of conquest points from just playing one week of arena. The weekly cap for the arena system is in place so that in order to acquire a lot of conquest points, you must be actively participating in the arena every week. Thus, it is highly recommended that you do not waste a week of no arena playing activity or you will not get any conquest points at all for that week; furthermore, it will also make it harder for you to make a substantial amount of conquest points in the following week since the cap limit is based on your previous week's arena rating. Our professional gamers can help you stay on top of that, playing arena on your behalf every week, so that you are well on your way to accumulating conquest points to buy the best PvP arena gear in the World of Warcraft.
This service is available to all level 85 characters on US and EU servers.
How does the PvP Arena System work?
The PvP arena system is a seasonal system that lasts over three months and then resets with a new set of rewards each season. It is a competitive-based ladder that uses a rating system that uses statistical information to decide points in matches. At the end of every week, based on your team's rating, you get a number of conquest points that you can spend on PvP arena gear.
There are 3 types of teams available in the Arena System, one for each type of match you can fight in the Arena: 2v2, 3v3, and 5v5. You can be in several different teams at the same time, but you can be in only one team of a certain type. For example, you can't be in two different 5v5 teams, but you can be in a 2v2 and in a 3v3 team. Furthermore, a team can include up to twice the number of characters required to start the team, which means you can have benchwarmers that fill in if your main gladiators are not available.
How does our Conquest Points Leveling Service work?
Since the Arena system is based on skill rather than the time you put in, our Arena Leveling service can be utilized whenever you are offline. Thus, this service does not interrupt your personal gameplay hours at all. Every type of team is required to play a minimum of 10 games each week and members of the team must participate in at least 30% of the total number of games played to receive conquest points at the end of the week. Thus, depending on the number of games your team plays, we will make sure to login during your offline hours to play in at least 30% of the total games your team has played.
Since this service must be done with a team of unknown players, the conquest points that we earn depend on other team member's PvP skills in the arena. Thus, the length of time of earning conquest points is difficult to estimate. Obviously, if your team is lacking in PvP skill, we will have trouble in gaining conquest points for you. If, in the rare case that, we are unable to obtain the required conquest points you ordered within a fair amount of time, we can prorate your cost and issue you a refund. For example, if you ordered 1000 arena points and after a fair amount of time has passed, we were only able to earn 500 arena points, then we will return 50% of the money you paid for.
That being said, if you allow our Yeh! for Games A-Team access to more than one account for Arena Points leveling, we can grant discounts since we are confident that we can win much more often with members of our A-Team since we do not have to fully depend on other unknown players in your team. The more accounts you provide, the less dependent we are on others, the quicker we gain conquest points, and the cheaper our service becomes. This would be a good idea if you and your friends have your eyes set on getting the best gear in the game together all at once!
column denotes the number of days our professional gamer will need to play due to the weekly maximum cap limit of conquest points one can earn. For example, if Time Estimate
is "40 hours within 2 weeks," this means that our pro gamers will need to use your account for a total of 40 hours of the entire service length of 2 weeks when the total conquest points have been made. So during these 2 weeks of service, you can still play WoW (just not arena, since we'll be taking care of that) during the days that our gamer is not working on your character's arena games.
If you already know what PvP arena gear you want to buy with Conquest Points, you may prefer ordering from our Arena Gear
Conquest Points Service Notes & Rules
We will NOT remove your pre-existing items and gold. However, keep in mind that we will need to use some gold to buy drinks, repairs, or bandages, since we will be PvPing in arena a lot.
We will NOT use bots or any type of automated programs to play your character. A hardcore PvP gamer will be playing your character in WoW Arena to its highest PvP potential.
We will ONLY respond to incoming tells by fellow group members to cooperate effectively in the arena match. All other incoming whispers not relevant to teamwork will not be responded.
If your character's talent tree is speced for PvE, we MAY respec your talents to Arena PvP to function efficiently in the arena games, unless otherwise instructed by you.
The maximum amount of conquest points which one can save up is 5,000. To prevent your character from not being able to gain conquest points due to reaching the 5,000 cap, please email us an arena item you want us to purchase if you know you will be capping your conquest points soon. This applies to customers who purchase longer periods of Arena leveling services.
After completion of the Conquest Points service, please change your password as we are no longer responsible for it.
Patch 4.0.1 PvP Currency Changes
(taken from the World of Warcraft Official Site)
Conquest Points -- High-tier, harder-to-get PvP points. There will be a maximum cap to how many you can own, and a cap to how many you can earn per week. Earned from winning Rated Battlegrounds or Arenas. (previously called Arena Points)
When a new tier of PvP gear is released when a new PvP season begins, your higher tier of points will be converted into the lower tier. For instance, if a new tier of PvP gear is released, your Conquest points will be converted to Honor points. Of course that means with these new releases you'll always begin without any of the higher tier of points, and thus be unable to stockpile them.
As noted for Conquest points, the Rated Battlegrounds and Arenas will be sharing this same point type. Because of that, it will in fact be possible to get the best PvP items without setting foot in Arena; however, more powerful armor and weapons will of course require more Conquest points, so players who win their matches more often will still gear up faster. We’re removing personal rating requirements from all armor. For PvP weapons there will be two tiers. The lower tier will be equivalent to items found in the latest raiding tier on normal difficulty and will require Conquest points only. The higher tier will be equivalent to items found in the latest raiding tier on Heroic difficulty and will require Conquest Points and a minimum personal rating. We might also offer additional armor items to the absolute best players based on personal rating, although these items would only have cosmetic differences, not higher stat values. And you’ll have the option of purchasing the previous season’s gear with the more readily available Honor points.
Conquest Points are the upper-level currency rewarded for participating in PvP encounters in the form of rated battlegrounds and ranked arena combat. The lower-level PvP currency, rewarded from non-rated battlegrounds and world PvP, is awarded in the form of Honor Points.
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