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10-19-2009 @ 2:05PM
Sweet, I might hold off on working on Loremaster until this comes through :).
10-19-2009 @ 2:24PM
I seriously started on it about a week ago, and then after reading this decided to hold off on it.
10-19-2009 @ 3:21PM
waiting Loremaster takes forever might as well start now with the quests you can see then finish when the mods come out
10-19-2009 @ 9:20PM
It was for moments like this that, although not a mod author, I got to learn Lua. Using two addons (WoWLua and Everyquest) and a little hackery on the saved variables files I was able to export the quests from the PTR and import them to Everyquest running on the normal client. After that I've already completed every left over quest below level 40 :)Downloading the PTR and copying my two mains just to get a couple quest lists might be a lot of work, but it was worthy it :)
10-20-2009 @ 1:24AM
Personally, I'm not holding off. I've got hundreds of quests to do, and while individually they'll fly by with my 80 Rogue, *it's still HUNDREDS OF QUESTS*, which add up to a LOT of time I'll have to spend. By the time 3.3 hits, I should be able to cut things down by about half, if not more, and this will really help me with getting the quests I might have otherwise missed. But it's not something to wait for, because if I do that, then Cata will hit long before I'm done, and I wanna do these quests now, before they change, because I won't get another chance.
10-20-2009 @ 6:27PM
What Scott said. Been doing all visible quests for a while, regardless. The dailies wear me out (mind numbing) enough that I'm going slowly on the lowbie quests right now, though :(I am going to dump addons like EveryQuest, though; I can readd them later when they convert to use the new facility, and in the meantime that's a lot of memory going to waste.
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