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4-03-2009 @ 8:06AM
Interesting question - No quest comes to mind off the top of my head, but I know some people weren't fond of the 'torture' and 'interrogation' quests in Wrath.Xavia, my disc priest, loved them to death (pun).
4-06-2009 @ 3:47PM
It is interesting. I, for one, was happy to kill Nesingwary's cronies. My only regret, is I could not off the old chap himself ;pBut one achievement that made me think twice was the Wolvar/Oracle rep achievements in the Basin. Currently working on doing Mercenary of Scholazar. And to be honest, if it weren't an achievement, I would never work for the Volvar :/ The Oracles are really nice, and have been very understanding of the volvar interlopers. But the volvar like to harm the oracles anyway, even though it's their land and have tried to be friends.Well, I suppose the only achievement I refuse to do for RP reasons, is the bloodsail one. I will not become a pirate and kill Bouty Bay bouncers, no matter how many points it's worth. (of course, this might have more to do with wanting to step in bouty bay :p)
4-03-2009 @ 1:23PM
My character, a tauren druid who collects pets, refuses to do any of the 'Pest Control' achievements. I've never killed a critter and I refuse to start now :PShe doesn't have the 'Shave and a Haircut' achievement either, but that's because I'm stubborn and want everyone to know I love my braids!
4-03-2009 @ 2:39PM
Never completed the DEHTA'S quest hub on any of my toons. Even in a fantasy game I don't want anything to do with an organization that mirrors a real life, wacko, terror supporting group of inept fanatics.
4-06-2009 @ 6:52AM
Yep, they were the ones that immediately sprang to mind, particularly "The Art Of Persuasion" (which I still think shouldn't have been let through QA and into the game at all).
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