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4-23-2008 @ 5:16PM
What are the easiest daily quests? I generally run my characters through 3, but I'm always looking for more. Easy to me is low chance of death, low risk of pvp encounters, and fairly quick. The 3 I run my alts through are: Distraction at the Dead Scarhttp://www.wowhead.com/?quest=11532The Multiphase Surveyhttp://www.wowhead.com/?quest=11880Fires Over Skettishttp://www.wowhead.com/?quest=11008
4-23-2008 @ 5:47PM
The quests on the Isle of Quel'Danas are all easy. If you're worried about pvp encounters, find a buddy or two to run them with (they will go more quickly that way too). Ata'mal Armaments is a great quest. Easy to get done and a whopping 18 gold reward. My pattern lately is to start off at the Isle of Quel'Danas, where I spend about 45 mins to an hour knocking out every quest on the Island, then it's back to Shatt where I get the SSO quests and hit Nagrand, Shadowmoon, Hellfire, Netherstorm, Blades Edge in that order. One huge circle all around Outland and I'm done.I don't bother with Fires over Skettis anymore. While there's less competition, that also means there's not as many other players to draw the attention of the swarms of Monstrous Kaliri. It's just not worth the effort anymore.
4-23-2008 @ 9:29PM
There is an SSO daily which requires you to take a reading at 3 points on the island.Also, the bombing run/kill 6 guys one is eazy. As is the kill 5 demons and plant the flag one.Remember, travel time counts in your speed! If you do all three on SSO, you'll get things done alot faster.Though no matter what ill still do the multiphase survey, SS Suplies are awsome.
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