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8-05-2010 @ 2:20PM
Everyquest and Questhelper, along with Lightheaded are my indispensible tool on this journey. I've got six alts going through old world right now (all classes I've never played before, and covering all professions). They're all doing Loremaster. I just dinged them all 60 this week, but I still have the upper-level Old World content left to go through for Loremaster, so it'll be a while before I move on to Outland. Though, aside from using Everyquest as a checklist after the first character goes through a zone, I don't need the other addons much. Once I know the quests well enough from doing them on the first 1-2 characters through the zone, I can pretty much do it on autopilot. I've found that even though I did do Loremaster on my main, I'm gaining a greater appreciation for all the old world content than I ever had. There's something about it that's very rewarding to me. It's not for everyone, but I'll be proud to say that I did Loremaster on all my characters before the Cataclysm. :)
8-06-2010 @ 8:17AM
I'm in a similar situation as you are. My main, a Blood Elf, got Loremaster just a few weeks ago. It was actually the last achievement I planned to do for him as I've already achieved as much as I could on/with him... And now I started playing a bit more on my little druid cow and my only Alliance character, a Death Knight... And yesterday, my moocow got 2000 quests, and Frostyeyes 1000... I was really surprised, I never actually counted how many quests I've did on those alts... But now after seeing this, I think I won't rest until after I have three characters proudly donning their Loremaster's Colors.(Yeah, I like questing, too. I won't get worked up with quests as I do while PvPing...)
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