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4-14-2008 @ 11:58AM
the best mobs ive seen around are the undead mobs inside the wildhammer stronghold for that first part of the quest for the Gorefiend questline. Slap on your spectercles and go to work. Why?#2- The mobs are neutral. so its always a single pull.#2- They are not casters no do any special ability. ANY class can deal with em with ease#3- They are INSIDE the borders of the stronghold. I assume the horde have a similar quest for their town inside SMV so even on a PVP server, you cannot get griefed by players of the opposite faction and grind them ALL day long without problem.#4- You can get healed by a friend and if he doesnt have the spectercles, he cant get hurt. Dual boxing ftw!#5- They drop a very decent amount of cash, tons of netherweave and the occasional green/blue.Best mobs ever.The worse? The tablets of ba'ari quest in SMV. So tightly packed together mobs x.x
4-14-2008 @ 1:53PM
I leveled my alt (then) Shadow Priest from 67-70 doing this in the Horde camp. I had a bad run of getting ganked every time I started a quest and also wanted to see how high I could get my (rested) xp/hour up to. I was averaging over 120k xp an hour, which I would dare say I have never even sniffed for an extended amount of time doing quests. That is probably double what I would have otherwise. I basically had him raid buffed (wizard oil, shadow pot, mageblood) and I was able to go on endlessly without drinking or potting. I also got almost enough cloth to go from 300-375 Tailoring. But the other drops were pretty bad, almost entirely green resist gear. I had stacks and stacks of Imbued Netherweave Cloth after this. I would do it again if my next toon wasn't a druid. I can't resist flying to quests from 68-70. Otherwise, any humanoid that doesn't run. Unless I'm skinning, and then it's basilisks. Fel scales, leather, food, and those wonderful 2g stacks.
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