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10-07-2010 @ 4:58PM
Overachiever,This series of articles are great, but you only list a few of the achivements in game. Having done a lot of achievements what resource would you suggest to find the "next easiest" achievement to tackle? Warcraftoverachiver.com has a great "suggest" feature but it only lists achievements which you are "close" to completing while not listing achievements you haven't started yet but which may be a lot easier to comlete. The technology should exist between all of these databases to put together a rough list of achivements us "hounds" can tackle in an approximate easy-to-hard list. Thanks!
10-07-2010 @ 5:20PM
I know I saw an article a long time ago about a website that used the armory to track which ones were the rarest.You might want to google something like most difficult wow achivements, and work backwards.
10-07-2010 @ 5:21PM
@RGI use wowjuju's rep calculator for rep achievements. (I Finally hit 40 reps last week which I consider quite a feat for never having been in a 40/25-man raiding guild.) It doesn't really give you a way to sort by ease of completion but if you pull up an individual faction it can show you repeatable quests and how many times you need to clear instance X or turn in item Y to level up your rep. It's better than nothing - though I'd LOVE to see Allison give us a list for Cataclysm of what to chase first and what to work on as we go.Here's the rep calc link: http://www.wowjuju.com/repcalcAs for the comment about Druids before, I don't remember if we actually started off on better terms with Cenarion Circle or, if like the DKs probably did, got our rep for "free" by doing class quests (eg: Bear Form). Either way, yes, it's a free head-start on things like Guardian of Cenarius. :)
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