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6-28-2010 @ 1:11PM
I love the idea of donation quests to reward feast makers and flask makers etc. It'd be a bit like the argent dawn or the AQ war effort quests back in vanilla except the things you make would actually be used rather than being handed to an NPC.
6-28-2010 @ 7:34PM
I was thinking more of Today's Quest is Fish Feast. 1 Walk over to the GBank 2 Remove Fish Feast3 Turn in4 Profit
6-29-2010 @ 10:05AM
Unless there was a "quest item" tab as mentioned. Guild bank tabs are set up so the guild master can specify which guild ranks can take items out of which tab, and how many stacks a day. Simply set the quest item tab to zero and that problem is solved. You would have to trust whatever rank you allowed to take out of that tab. Altho if you don't trust your officers, at least, not to exploit your guild bank already, something is wrong.
6-29-2010 @ 11:04AM
If you had a donation quest like this, then the items would have to be destroyed when the quest was completed. Anything else would mean that the system could be exploited in some way.
6-29-2010 @ 12:10PM
Actually, I think it could work even without resorting to a special tab. For several of the cooking dailies you don't get credit for the quest unless you cook the item required "with your cooking skill." It seems like that method could work for any craftable item, whether fish feasts, cut gems, belt buckles, or what have you. That way you couldn't take a finished product out of the guild bank and turn it in for guild rep.
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