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* Poor quality items ''cannot'' be [[disenchant]]ed.
 
* Poor quality items ''cannot'' be [[disenchant]]ed.
 
* Poor quality items are often called "[[Vendor Trash]]", "[[Junk]]", or simply "grays".
 
* Poor quality items are often called "[[Vendor Trash]]", "[[Junk]]", or simply "grays".
* Except for equippable items and {{loot|poor|Noboru's Cudgel}}, poor quality items have no use and can safely be sold to vendors.
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* Except for equippable items, readable items, and {{loot|poor|Noboru's Cudgel}}, poor quality items have no use and can safely be sold to vendors.
 
* Poor quality items are rarely given as quest rewards.
 
* Poor quality items are rarely given as quest rewards.
 
*: ''There are only 6 quest reward items, see [http://www.wowhead.com/?items&filter=qu=0;cr=18;crs=1;crv=0 Wowhead] for details.''
 
*: ''There are only 6 quest reward items, see [http://www.wowhead.com/?items&filter=qu=0;cr=18;crs=1;crv=0 Wowhead] for details.''

Revision as of 07:36, May 30, 2010

Poor is the lowest level of item quality.

  • The names of poor quality items will appear in gray.
  • Equippable items of poor quality usually have no attribute bonuses or stats besides basic Armor or Damage. Only new characters will find these items useful.
  • Poor quality items cannot be disenchanted.
  • Poor quality items are often called "Vendor Trash", "Junk", or simply "grays".
  • Except for equippable items, readable items, and [Noboru's Cudgel], poor quality items have no use and can safely be sold to vendors.
  • Poor quality items are rarely given as quest rewards.
    There are only 6 quest reward items, see Wowhead for details.
  • The web color code for poor itemlinks is #9d9d9d.


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