The Dragonflight Trading Post introduces new and exciting cosmetics and collectibles every month. With the arrival of March, a wide roster of the latest items was brought along and presented to the champions of Azeroth. However, the excitement of testing out newly purchased items from the Trading Post doesn’t last long. Players discover that the brand-new things they bought are riddled with visual bugs and model clipping.
AFFECTED ITEMS THIS MONTH
ENSEMBLE: GLORIOUS DRAGONRIDER’S MAIL
While its appearance is undeniably fantastic, the set lacks a defining touch that makes it truly unique. The Valarjar-inspired tattoos. They are one of the features that attract players the most. Initially, they were supposed to be seen across the body and arms. Although they are typically hidden by shirts and tabards, their exclusion has left players feeling disillusioned.
DREAD ADMIRAL’S BICORNE
The Gnomes are in for an unpleasant time as they are the only ones suffering from the visual clipping. But on the bright side, they can show off their cool hair color while wearing the hat.
ENSEMBLE: DARKMOON HARLEQUIN’S BELLS
As the bonus reward of the month, the set is highly sought-after because of its alluring appearance. What’s more, it doesn’t require spending any currency. Players can get it for free by completing activities in the Traveler’s Log.
Many people strove to grind for it. Yet, once they got their hands on it, reality hit like a truck with various issues on various races. Most of the problems focus on the neck and head area. Whether it’s the hat clipping through the shoulder pads or the characters’ faces and heads being completely cut off.
HOW TO DEAL WITH IT
Graphical glitches are not uncommon in WoW. They significantly impact the overall experience of purchasing items. Given the limited supply of Trader’s Tender, it’s crucial for players to make informed decisions. Many devote countless hours to farming and weighing their options. Yet, after spending their hard-earned currency on desired items, players may be disappointed to discover that they don’t function correctly. Thus, their disappointment is understandable. To avoid such instances, it’s crucial to thoroughly inspect the newly-bought items for any possible issues. If problems are found, players can always take advantage of the two-hour refund policy. Alternatively, those who don’t mind waiting can keep the items in hopes that Blizzard will address and fix them in the future.