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10-07-2009 @ 10:11PM
Why on earth would Proof of Demise and Timear Foresees become feats of strength? I thought feats of strength were only for things that weren't really possible to pursue, either due to being no longer available (like the old honor system titles), or due to being the result of incredibly small random chances (like the Baron's mount)?
10-07-2009 @ 10:16PM
We might be ridding of those with the new raid dailies coming out. Speculation only though.
They're changing/adding on to those current quests with the new weekly raid boss 'dailies'
10-07-2009 @ 10:20PM
Currently on PTR, neither of the questgivers give out the daily dungeon/heroic quests anymore. The previous heroic dungeon questgiver, now only gives out the "weekly raid" quests.That would explain why the two quests become feats of strength, since they are no longer attainable.
10-07-2009 @ 10:47PM
Even with the inclusion of the new weekly raid quests, it doesn't explain why they're removing the heroic dailys. I mean, Blizz was going on before last patch how they wanted people to run heroics, and the dailys and new emblem drops were meant to be insentive. Why change that now?
10-07-2009 @ 11:10PM
Sooo...they're trying to force us into raiding, when some of us 80s are still trying to upgrade from our leveling gear? Will we be expected to grind the Tourney in hopes of receiving some purples and then leap right into raids?Umm, yeah.
10-07-2009 @ 11:41PM
Umm Sam? The way it is now you can chain run heroics if you want to upgrade your gear. Especially now that Triumph is becoming the main drop across everything. You can buy all 5 pieces of tier 9 with it if I'm correct.So if you don't want to raid here you go just like before you have a different option to catch up or do you own thing.
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