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10-16-2009 @ 7:09PM
Northrend factions have some of the easiest rep grinds in the game...most have tabards...multiple dailies...repeatable turn ins. Never has it been so easy...and now it's getting easier!?I guess this is all part of Blizzard's "Please roll an alt so you have something to do while we work on cataclysm" initiative.
10-16-2009 @ 7:33PM
Some are easy, but some are an absolute pain. I rolled straight through Argent Crusade and Sons of Hodir with the sheer amount of involved quests for both of them, but the Kirin Tor and Wyrmrest Accord are both monumental pains.
10-16-2009 @ 10:25PM
Thing is, many people get bored of doing the dailies. I got tied of the dailes after the first character.After grinding the Hodir rep on my DK, I never really got around to finishing it off on my warlock, who actually started earlier. The fact that my warlock would get pawned(PvP server) by every alliance rogue/paladin/[insert your class here] did not make matters easier. Almost 9 months later, my lock is still needs another 6500 rep to get to exalted. Most of it has been got by turning in relics of ulduar.The faction tabards hardly work for my latest alt to reach 80 as it is near impossible to get a group for heroics going on my server unless its TOCh. It also makes the life of my Alts easier. While this may seem like a bit too easy, it is important to keep in mind that for a casual player, the faster rates will be of immense help. And about Blizz making the end game easier, I really support that. Makes the game more "immersive" and meaningful for the remaining 80% of the people who are not in HC raiding guilds.
10-16-2009 @ 10:54PM
True, most Northrend reps are relatively quick to grind. However, I would dearly love to see a quicker means of grinding Kalu'ak and Oracle/Frenzyheart up to exalted. I want my fishing pole!
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