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5-26-2007 @ 12:51PM
All of the new content rep grinds with patch 2.1 are a complete waste of time IMHO.Skyguard = grind rep for trinkets & a flying fish?! Are you kidding me? Where's the weapons and gear?!Ogri'la = There is one single solitary page of rep rewards to choose from and they're all crap. As a warrior...the shield that they offer has lower stats than the tanking shield that drops off Ambassador Hellmaw in Shadow Labs. WTF is the point? Where's the GOOD weapons and gear??Consortium = LOL. Seriously. There is no point to getting rep from these guys at all. No keys...just gems, that at one point the real benefit was getting them in the mail every month. The quality of which depended on your rep. Now thats not even in place any longer. Where's the GOOD weapons and gear???By far the only one that seems halfway worth it is the Netherdrake faction. I have my own cross to bear with that as not being able to start the "new" chain until you have 300 riding skill is ridiculous.Not to mention Blizzard's "claim" to add more soloable content...but right off the bat for Ogri'la you need a group of 5 just to get started with 3 consecutive quests. But whatever, to each his own. I know I'll continue to grind with factions for Heroic Keys and my 1h Sword from Honor Hold. But I can't be bothered with the new content.
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