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It didn’t take long to get from Thunder Bluff to the Echo Isles – Ankona took advantage of a wyvern so she could think and plan before getting to her destination. She had information to confirm with the spirits – was Gromnor dead? Was he really in the northern part of the Eastern Kingdoms, somewhere […]

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A Few Friday Links
comment 1 Written by on January 4, 2013 – 4:02 pm

I’m still getting my head on straight after the holidays, which involved throwing two parties, taking two road trips, and miraculously avoiding having the flu. As such, here are a few interesting things I’ve been reading that you might like reading too:

Tarquin has the second part of his series on roleplaying “The Secret Sauce” up at Dorkadia. Another good read.

Navi has a trick to powerlevel a pet to 25 in 8 battles over at The Daily Frostwolf. I still don’t have any pets above 15, but the strategy is one I’ll definitely be keeping in mind.

The Big Butted Bear talks about the paradigm shift that’s happened in WoW, and how he loves it. I don’t know if I love it yet, but I definitely haven’t run out of things to do. Thing is, a lot of those things are repeated things, which are hard for me, but still. I have only one character at 90, and SO MANY CHOICES on what to do next. I can’t decide.

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One Response to “A Few Friday Links”

  1. I like having choices on what to do, and WoW hasn’t ever let me down there. I’m not a fan of the dailies, though. With the new system, if I want to get the gear, I have to rep grind several factions through daily quests. I no longer have the option of throwing on a tabard and hitting my LFG queue. If I was the tank, I’d instantly get a group, or I could use that 20 minute wait to get chores done around the house if I’m in the mood to DPS.

    Dailies require too much time. If you go through all of them, it can take you over two hours. Two hours a day. I’d rather spend my game time with alts, PVP, or RP. It’s probably a good thing that I am still burnt out on raiding, because I don’t have the time to devote 2 hours a day to grinding dailies to get the gear for it. I’m not QQing- it is Blizzard’s game, and if this is the direction they want to take things, more power to them. But being required to do dailies in order to get some progression makes Warcraft seem more like a job and less like something I do for fun. There are enough choices in the game for me to avoid them, though, if I want. And I am happy about that!

    By Kyraine on Jan 8, 2013 | Reply

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