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4-30-2009 @ 8:47PM
If you're looking for a quick and easy daily I suggest the cooking daily.
4-30-2009 @ 11:28PM
I thought about the cooking daily too and then realized -- a lot of people don't have cooking (or at least it seems that way from the number of complaints we get from people concerning achievements that require them to have or buy cooking creations). By contrast, most players at 80 have probably started the Hodir grind, and even if they haven't, the Kalu'ak dailies are available to them, as are the Argent Tournament.
5-01-2009 @ 12:55AM
Actually the big problem with the cooking dailies is that the name of the quest has to match the previous day. Each cooking daily has it's own ID number, so even if you are doing the "cooking daily" you're probably doing "Infused Mushroom Meatloaf" one day and "Mustard Dogs!" the next. Basically you're not doing the same daily, so no credit.Same goes for heroic dailies and fishing dailies.
5-01-2009 @ 3:35AM
@ ZerounitAs far as I'm aware, you don't have to do the same daily each day - any daily will do, as long as you complete one each day for five consecutive days...
5-02-2009 @ 6:03AM
From previous experience, i found that doing fishing/cooking/oracles/frenzyheart/Daily dungeon/daily heroic etc all the varying dailys DO count, but it was a little unreliable. Id stick to a fixed one to be sure, and do it on a strict order, ie one fixed q 1st. the event is too short to waste on variables or unreliable counting. Play safe.
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