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10-10-2011 @ 8:18PM
Talking about non raiding alts and inaccessibly, I've lost all will to continue after only unlocking one of either the Shadow Wardens/Talon Druids on 3 alts now, and I can't see I'll ever gain the will to do them any time soon either.
10-10-2011 @ 8:35PM
i am with you ... the thought of slogging thru that grind for 5 more alts has me cringing.
10-10-2011 @ 11:51PM
ive unlocked all the recipes across 4 alts and all the achievements on my main. out of 10 85s all but my pvp rogue have troll gear or better, i would also say the molten from grind is more tiring.
10-10-2011 @ 11:44PM
Same... I picked up the quests to start that grind on my 3rd alt and just couldn't bring myself to even BEGIN the quests... much less COMPLETE them...Ug, that place was fun once, but after that it became a HORRIBLE grind.
10-11-2011 @ 1:02AM
WAAAAAAAAY too much effort for level 365 gear and crafting patterns. I personally haven't progressed past 4 bosses in Firelands, but at this point, the Molten Front dailies offer very little incentive for me to do them, for gearing or as a crafter for resell. Combine that with the drastically nerfed drop rate of Firelands crafting patterns, and I get very little value out of the items I have unlocked. It would be helpful if at least some of the items were bind-on-account, so I don't have to grind an alt through 5 weeks of dailies for only 2-3 pieces of 365 gear that I may be replacing very shortly after, at this point.
10-11-2011 @ 10:40AM
Personally I found it more enjoyable to do the molten front with all my alts rather send them all through Zulagains.
10-11-2011 @ 12:51PM
Bah! The Molten Front grind is a joyous walk in the park compared to the slog of getting to exalted w the SSO back in 2.4.You kids are spoiled I tell ya. Now get off my lawn!
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