With 3.2 there are many changes to the Argent Tournament grounds. The biggest being of course The Crusaders’ Colliseum which is the new content in the patch. However there are also lots of really neat doodads to pimp your druid out. Blizzard has been kind enough to make a summary post.
Argent Tournament Rewards in 3.2 (Source)
Assuming you are eligible for all of the new dailies being added to the Argent Tournament — meaning you have championed all primary factions and reached exalted with them as well as with the Argent Crusade and Silver Covenant/Sunreavers — and plan on doing Trial of the Champion, the 5-player Crusaders’ Coliseum dungeon on Heroic mode, the maximum number of Champion’s Seals you can obtain in a single day will be 15 after patch 3.2 hits, not including any lucky Champion’s Seal drops in the Champion’s Purse.
Here is a breakdown of the costs of some of the Argent Tournament rewards in 3.2:
Argent Crusader’s Tabard: 50 seals
Argent Pony Bridle (for your squire): 150 seals
Bind-on-Account chest pieces: 60 seals
Bind-on-Account weapons: 60-95 seals
Bind-on-Account trinkets: 75 seals
Argent Warhorse/Argent Charger (epic ground mounts): 100 seals
Quel’dorei Steed/Sunreaver Hawkstrider (epic ground mounts): 100 seals
Silver Covenant Hippogryph/Sunreaver Dragonhawk (epic flying mounts): 150 seals
Shimmering Wyrmling (pet): 40 seals
Personally my favorites and first on the list will be the Argent Crusader’s Tabard and Argent Pony Bridle. The tabard has the amazingly convenient function of teleporting you to the tournament grounds which is great not only for doing dailies but also for getting you back to Northrend when your Hearthstone is down. This is a great supplement to the Blessed Medallion of Karabor which teleports you back to Outlands. However, the squire upgrade is by far the best addition to the tournament. This allows you to summon your Bank, a Vendor or a Mailbox once every four hours. This is a poor mans version of Traveler’s Tundra Mammoth (only missing component is the ability to repair). 150 Champion’s Seals is a lot less expensive than 20,000 gold!
The total count to get all these wonderful doodads (excluding mounts and pets) will be 200 Champion’s Seals or 14 days of dailies. This assumes that you already are a Crusader at the start of 3.2 and you have 0 seals to your name to start. Hopefully, you’ve been a busy bee (like myself! I’m at 150 seals!) and been doing the dailies as often as possible, that will help to reduce the amount of time it will take to collect everything. For those who haven’t started any of the Argent Tournament quests or dailies, you can begin the ardous journey here.
Here are some videos of the tabard and pony: