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1-21-2009 @ 8:05PM
I'm still pretty puzzled how anybody is having any problems getting any of the zone's quest achievements >_> I got every zone my first time through without even going out of the way or anything. Serious question: Are some of these quests really that easy to miss? :( /shrug
1-21-2009 @ 8:07PM
TBH Yes. I can't believe I picked up all the rep and epic chain quests on accident (well not intentionally) while leveling...
1-21-2009 @ 8:08PM
http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=12652 is the culprit. You can only get it while you're on the Drakuru quests, so if you didn't see it right away, you can't go back and get it. Zul'Drak had exactly 100 quests and the achievement required all of them, so missing that one meant you were out of luck. Now there are 101 quests.
1-21-2009 @ 8:55PM
That's weird that you say that there were exactly 100 quests, because I finished Zul'Drak's achievement before I finished everything. Maybe I just did more bread crumb quests or something?
1-21-2009 @ 9:16PM
I usually had a pair of quests to spare, if including the arena group quests, and fell short if not. Did the Goolz feeding one, so it had to be a different one.
1-22-2009 @ 12:28AM
I'm guessing people missed some bread-crumbs - for instance the quest you pick up in Dalaran to see the guy at the Ampitheatre is a ZD zone quest. If you just pick up the questline @ the Ampitheatre, you miss out on one right there.I for one, finished the achievement with several quests still to do, including all the Gun'Drak dungeon quests.
1-22-2009 @ 5:36AM
Dungeon quests don't count towards this, I'm fairly sure. I think there were 101 quests in Zul'Drak - 102 now - but 2 of them are missable - the Arena of Anguish breadcrumb from Dalaran and the ghouls quest. I got the achievement with one quest left to go, so that makes sense. I'm guessing that they do the achievements after they've done all the quests, and try to get a nice round number while still providing a chance to miss a few. In this case, they just couldn't resist the lovely 1-0-0, even if it might have been better to have 95 as the target.
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