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WoW Patch 9.1: New merchant lets you trade M+ keys

In the new PTR build of Shadowlands Patch 9.1, you will find a merchant named Ta'hsup where you can trade Mythic-Plus Keystones. After completing an M+ dungeon successfully during the time limit, the middleman will show up and let you trade your keystone once for one at the level you just completed or lower.

So if you're not happy with your key or need another dungeon for the new Keystone Master achievement for the Season, for example, you can re-select your M+ key here at least once. Ta'hsup is also permanently available as a merchant in Oribos. He is located to the right of the Great Treasury and offers a key to players who do not have a Mythic Keystone. This means that players who didn't earn a keystone the previous week, for example, don't have to complete a dungeon to get their key for this week. However, you will need to have completed at least one M+ dungeon in Shadowlands.
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Original news

  • Ta'hsup in the Hall of Holding in Oribos will now offer a Keystone to players who don't have a Keystone, as long as they have completed at least 1 Shadowlands dungeon on Mythic+ difficulty.
  • Ta'hsup now spawns at the end of Mythic+ dungeons that are completed before the time limit is reached. He will offer a one-time Keystone exchange to any player whose current Keystone is at or below the level of the dungeon that was recently completed on time. Keystones that are a higher level than the dungeon that was recently completed on time cannot be traded, including the Keystone that was used to start the run.

Source: wowhead.com, Vanion.euSupport

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