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4-10-2008 @ 4:26AM
Gotta love druid flight form, I'm immune to those Kaliri birds dismounting.I actually love the dailys and that we can do 25 a day now. I'm usually going in the following order - I start from Shat,I pick all dailys I can from there, que up for daily BG and fly to Nagrand to measure those fireballs. Unless its AV daily (cause that one has instant que), I usually get the BG que by the time I've started measuring , so I finish it up real quick and enter the BG. Horde usually wins every time, so I rarely have to reque there. I turn in the measurements and fly to BEM. I'm exalted with Ogri'la and Skyguards, but since I fly to BEM for Mana Cells anyway, I always stop at ogrila for banishing demons (to get Darkrune), bombing and rays quests are just far too easy to pass since I'm there already, so I'm doing them too.Cooking quest fits into that route too (it depends what I need to get).Then I collect the Mana Cells, fly to Nehterstorm, get attack plans, fly straight to Hellfire and do those dailys too, then return to Shat again and turn plans and cells in.Then I port to new island and do the dailys there.By that time I'm pretty full of doing dailys and also about 150g richer.I stopped going to Netherwing tho. I'm still revered with them, but the dailys in there take longer than others and I'm not into having Netherdrake anyway. I mostly fly in swift flight (thanks to instant cast) and when I want to mount something, I have my handy epic roflcopter.
4-10-2008 @ 11:50AM
I'd go back. You'd be surprised by how much faster they are now. Ravagers in the mines almost outnumber flayers...That and no one is there. No competition over ore carts, herbs and mine nodes, peons, or eggs.
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