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10-04-2008 @ 10:42AM
At one point I was pretty excited about achievements and titles. I remember in Guild Wars when titles came out and I was a 'master cartographer' the moment that patch loaded. The big difference was that they had not announced it weeks ahead of time. I had that title not from simply going out and trying to get it, but from how I had played the game. I had actually earned it.The clock turns ahead 2.5 years..Fully three weeks before the patch in which these titles will take effect, it is very nearly impossible to do any of the Timbermaw quests at their stated level. Why? The zones are full of 70s 'grinding' the rep to get the title. Is it easy for a 70 to run around and tap all the mobs so a level 50-60 can't get any? Yes :) And not only is it easy for them, but they do it, again and again.
10-04-2008 @ 12:09PM
I knocked out my furlbog rep in off hours, and grouped with people who said they needed the quest in that area done. Having your own goals doesn't ALWAYS make someone a jerk.My goals now are to collect the 50 pets needed for the skunk. In two days, with the BOP ones from events I'd already picked up, I'm at over 40. It looks like I'll be finding a new goal soon.
10-04-2008 @ 12:48PM
You sir, are to be commended!! This is truly the behaviour of someone worthy of the title Diplomat :)
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