Hotfix for Emissary Turn-in Issue

Since we added Echoes of Ny’alotha as a reward from Emissary Quests, we’ve had a bug that needed to be quickly squashed. Today, we’ve deployed a hotfix that solve it without removing Echoes of Ny’alotha from Emissary Quests.

Instead, we’ve removed the bonus reputation reward that Contracts provide from Emissary Quest turn-ins. No other Quest rewards are affected.

You’ll see a side effect to this: Echoes of Ny’alotha are hidden in the Emissary and Quest panes of the UI. Nonetheless, you should see the Echoes in your chat log when you turn-in Emissary Quests (on characters that are eligible for Echoes).

Thank you for your patience.

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Awesome thanks!

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:< but my 10 daily rep!

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Not a huge loss. Thanks.

Time for my nap

I have never seen a post flagged to Oblivion this quickly. Just… what?

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better the 10 rep than the 1500 rep from not being able to turn in? :thinking:

I think that dude just got his post hidden by a CM or something, that was like, instant.

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it’s a jOkE

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I think there just might be a bot for certain words or terms. in any case.

yay for fast hotfix solutions.

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You are going to have to be more specific, what exactly are you having an issue with in game?

It would also be helpful to make your own thread about that issue instead of derailing a CM’s thread.

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Why not share the issue with us all?

Others might have a similar issue, and may want some direction. Or even support your stance.

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I doubt they know what the issue is since you aren’t talking to the same member of Blizzard staff and I don’t think CMs and the support section you give tickets to are even the same division of Blizzard.

Like I said, make a specific thread about a specific issue so you can get a response or open a ticket with Support staff.

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Interesting. I agree.

They could have informed the public the day they announced it… instead of hours after launch.

See. By stating your case, you are more likely to find agreement and understanding.

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Well Blizz won’t know unless you tell them. And if you make others aware, those sympathy votes can add up to something Blizzard decides to act on. If they see more complaints, it may help.

But if you just pretend people know what you are talking about - when no one does - you are likely to get nothing.