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2-26-2011 @ 1:19PM
no point if they wont remove/change weekly cap.weekly cap is extremely easy to reach when you are leveling.. and if you are 85 and raiding and doing 20 dailies, you will hit cap in 3 days.
2-26-2011 @ 1:37PM
Ehhh but not everyone does that. I'm done leveling, I don't do dailies, and I can never find enough people in my guild to do guild dungeon runs. I don't think I've hit the Guild XP cap since I hit 85, meaning I'm still only a little ways into honored. Sucks, 'cause my guild just got the Phoenix mount, but I can't get it XD;;.
2-26-2011 @ 1:39PM
The point is/was/will be we knew about the guild leveling system for a few months before cata hit. You had plenty of time to sort out whether you liked your guild or not. Baring any unforeseen drama that happened since cata of course one could have had ample time to pick out a new guild and start on leveling with the said organization. Since you get the best rep from dailies and there is a weekly cap you should never really run out of quests. Yes, it is a long grind to recap the rep you lose but this is the price for playing "drop my guild". These new tabards will help a great deal. As for the weekly cap issue, the really big guilds will have no problem because at a certain point the cap goes away if I am not mistaken. So if you want to duck out on that nice guild who helped you level/raid/etc. and jump to that really cool raiding guild, chances are you will have no cap once you get there.
2-26-2011 @ 3:00PM
"Baring any unforeseen drama that happened since cata of course one could have had ample time to pick out a new guild and start on leveling with the said organization."Right because guilds don't change, people don't change, drama never occurs, real life stuff doesn't happen to people.Oh wait yes they do. All the freakin time.The weekly cap is flat out stupid. There is no weekly or daily cap on any other reputation on the game.
2-26-2011 @ 3:08PM
I'm wondering why anyone would assume that you get to keep the tabard even if you're no longer in the guild. It's like trying to use your Target team member discount card after they've fired your hienie.
2-26-2011 @ 7:57PM
@ Sam*looks at Bind to Account*Also, they said once you buy a guild reward, you keep it even if you leave that guild.
2-26-2011 @ 8:55PM
I can understand keeping certain items but my guess is that with these tabards in particular, won't work for any new guild until you've reached the necessary reputation level to actually buy them from the new guild, even if you already have them.In relation to guild rep: It really isn't that hard to get up. If you don't do quests, dailies or dungeons/raids at 85 then how else do you expect to get it up? Quests and dungeons are the two main ways to get it up and the quests are by far the easiest method of the two.
2-27-2011 @ 2:48PM
Fact is you can get capped in ONE Saturday afternoon if you've got four other guildies who somehow feel that running all the heroics is a good idea. They really ought to double the cap at the very least. As is it takes months to hit a higher reputation with a guild, and that's just painful.
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