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4-13-2008 @ 10:56AM
Not sure...What I am thinking about more, is what will the gold situation be like in WotLK? The main reason I think this, is due to all these dailies we have now. We all know an epic mount ain't "a lot" now, with the new dailies, 250g per day, per character, is EASY. but this is probably due to blizzard letting us all get tons of gold for epic mounts, epic crafted items, etc, as TBC slows down before WotLK.But what happens AFTER WotLK is released? Two possibilities - we all think back and laugh at the 10G daily quest rewards, when our Lvl.80 dailies give 40g each. OR blizzard removes all the 70 dailies, and makes lvl.80 dailies harder for the extra 10 levels, but with the same rewards as we get now....Call me a WoW-nerd, but I am more interested in this kind of thing, rather than the epic lore which surrounds the next expansion...
4-13-2008 @ 11:36AM
My question is this - with WOTLK out, would you want to do these dailies? I mean, I'm going to be focused on the new content - The Isle will be DEAD when the expansion appears.Then they'll have a new set of dailies to do at 80. Who knows? They said stuff is going to cost A LOT in Northrend...
4-13-2008 @ 11:58AM
The thing you have to remember is once the level cap gets raised we won't get all that gold each day til we hit 80. Don't we get that now because the experience is converted to gold? The reason I bring this up is because some of the quests say something like 4g 40s (+7g 59s at level 70).
4-13-2008 @ 4:01PM
i'm saving up just a bit for Wrath... my strategy is thus:- no flyers in (early?) Wrath means alts don't need epic flying for a while. normal flyers for alts.- one of my chars is going balls-out-stay-home-from-work-hardcore leveling; he's gonna need gold to powerlevel his profs and etc. he gets about 10k gold to start Wrath with.
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