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What are people spending excess Justice Points on?

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Because Justice Points have a cap of 4000 points, and because many people are getting to the point where they would no longer benefit from purchasing gear by using Justice Points, I am curious what people are spending their excess Justice Points on?

I know that Blizzard added vendors to sell various profession items, as well as heirloom vendors to sell 1-80 heirloom items, but I am actually curious how the individual players are actually spending excess Justice Points?

Note: Please don't chime in with "I'm still buying gear" or the like, as that would indicate that it is not yet "excess".

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As I understand, most raiders and the like will spend them on mats to create and enchant gear. Since I'm not raiding and play lots of alts, I'd probably spend them on heirlooms.

I guess the question is whether you're interested in heirlooms. If not, you'll end up getting mats to use or sell.

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I guess this really depends on how peoples' guilds are set up. As far as raiding guilds go, I know all of the ones I have been in have generally been willing to supply materials to enchant raiding gear. But, like I said, it depends on your situation. – Spazmoosifer (Jun 10 2011 11:08 PM)

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Currently I spend excess points on the Satchel of Freshly-Picked Herbs, but when the Firelands raid is released I'll be putting my excess points towards the L359 BoE boots.

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This could be just me but I spend all my Justice Points collecting old sets in my neverending quest to catch em all! -equips Pokemaster Hat-

So I spend all my Justice points collecting the old PvP sets hoping to get the token drops for T7 Bonescythe and T8 Terrorblade, but I could be alone on that.

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As of 4.1 you can purchase 250 Justice Points for 375 Honor Points from Edlan Halsing (Alliance) and Rogoc (Horde). You can purchase 250 Honor Points for 375 Justice Points from Talric Forthright (Alliance) and Togar (Horde).

I guess that means you can use JP to get your PvP starter set.

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That's what I've been doing with them. My work schedule hasn't allowed me much raiding time, so I've needed to do something with them... – Carliee (Jun 17 2011 3:04 PM)

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though Maelstorm crystals have become incrediblz cheap, they are still the best buy for JP

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