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5-25-2009 @ 8:21AM
I've been grinding them out for ages, both my 80s have championed all Alliance fractions except Exodar and I have over 40 Valiant's Seals on both; I wish blizz would do something with them as if I hand in the last fraction I loose all those dailies they offer (like 50g a day which does add up if you do them every day!) and I still have a shed full of Valiant Seals left.
5-25-2009 @ 8:24AM
A 5 vailiant = 1 champion seal trade-in would be super nice. A full day of vailiant dailies for 1 champ seal is a fair trade i think.
5-25-2009 @ 9:09AM
A blue poster said at one point that they didn't like how you had to not turn in the last one to continue to get those dailies so they plan on reworking them somehow. The 5 = 1 idea isn't that great for the moment being because it screws over anyone who wants the title rather than the gold.
5-25-2009 @ 9:25AM
There are other dailies in Northrend with equal gold, enough to fill up your 25-a-day.
5-25-2009 @ 10:27AM
@shillingTrue, there are other plenty of other dailies, but you can't do those at the SAME TIME as the champion dailies. If you are doing the champion daily to kill 15 scourge in icecrown, in killing those 15 scourge, you will also (obviously) fulfil the requirement to kill 10 scourge for one of the valiant dailies. You are literally completing 2 quests for the effort of 1. The same goes for the quest in front of icecrown citadel to kill a bunch of scourge from horseback, there are both champion and valiant level quests for that, and you can complete them both at the same time (both quests update each time you kill an enemy).The other thing is the convenience of having all the quests in the same place. One of the reasons why quel'danas was so popular back in BC was because you could go to one 'hub' and quickly complete a bunch of dailies all in the same area. Nobody likes having to fly around all over the place to complete 2 or 3 dailies at a time.
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