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4-23-2008 @ 5:12PM
I only do the Shattered Sun dailies so I go in the opposite order from you. I'll head to Nagrand, Blade's Edge, Netherstorm, Hellfire, then Shadowmoon Valley. It's pretty nice and I should have my epic flyer before the week is done!
4-24-2008 @ 9:56AM
I despise dailies. With a few minor exceptions, they all involve killing things or having the ability to fish or cook. As soon as I hit 70, I respecced holy. This means that while I might have been able to take at least 2 mobs with a bit of downtime after the fight in my green questing gear as ret, I can now only kill one mob, and I'll be almost dead and OOM at the end of the fight. Since I'm holy, I have a slot in every raid my guild does, so my gear makes this worth it, but I'd really like the ability to raise gold for my consumables and my epic flyer :(As it is, most people make better time soloing the QD dailies (as well as others with drop quests in them) so the only way I can usually get a group is if someone who pities me happens to be doing some at the same time... Blizzard, if you're listening, make more dailies that either require a healer to survive, or can be done without having to grind mobs.
4-24-2008 @ 10:49AM
I know its a pain, but the best thing to do is find a buddy to run the circle with. My rogue does dailys with a resto druid and it makes everything faster and easier for both of us.
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