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Spirit of Competition

Discussion in 'WoW Stratics Announcements' started by WoWNews, Aug 15, 2008.

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    I have been doing more and more PvP as of late with my hunter, I wanted to see how attainable the Spirit of Competition was. My diligence has paid off, I religiously hit Arathi Basin and Warsing Gulch 2-4 times a day for the past few days and was happily rewarded with a Gold Medallion, thus gaining my new companion as seen in the screen shot I took.

    A summary of the event from WorldofWarcraft.com*is below.*
    "Every two years, the Spirits of Competition grow especially fervent, and draw close to the mortal realm. During such times, members of both the Alliance and Horde can honor the spirits and earn Competitor's Tabards by seeking to defeat one another in the battlegrounds. For victory in competition, they can also earn the spirits' favor in the form of a prized gold medal - and the special pet it summons.
    To participate in the Spirits of Competition event, simply enter any battleground and do your best to help your team win. All participants will earn a special tabard honoring their competitive spirit. The Competitor's Tabard is a rare (blue) tabard and can be seen on the commoners proclaiming the event. For each victory, you'll also have the chance of winning a gold medal as well. You'll receive these rewards in the mail. Continue winning battlegrounds for the duration of the event to increase your chances for the gold medal. "
    So everyone should go for the Gold and try and get one of these adorable Chinese Dragons in commemoration of the 2008 Olympic Games!