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    have argent pet hold take other people's flags

    so my guild was running ulduar today and we decided to take a short break, while we were yapping about useless stuff, one of me guildmates ask for everyone who has an argent pet from the tournament to whip them out. After they all get summoned out he talks to all of them and his argent pet looks like hes holding all the flags, and the other argent pets don't have their flags. Not sure if this is how it was done but could be real funny.

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    Screenshot or it didnt happen.

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    :worthless:

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    Maybe just talk to the pet by clicking on it and select the flag you want. You can let the pet carry the flag of the factions you are champion with.

    NO EXPLOIT AT ALL

 

 

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