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11-06-2011 @ 5:11PM
Any info on how many tickets you can get per day? Or are the dailies not available yet?
11-06-2011 @ 5:35PM
Along with that, any indication if the profession quests are monthly/repeatable?
11-06-2011 @ 6:43PM
I got the impression that the profession quests are dailies, so you can do them seven times a month, which isn't all that impressive while leveling (not bad, just not impressive) but a godsend for finishing a profession off. I'd've loved to have had the option to cover the 490-525 spread with incredibly cheap mats on my alts.I might even (slowly) level a second leatherworker; it may take a year using nothing but DMF dailies, but far better than trying to get all the raw leather to level it the conventional way.
11-06-2011 @ 6:48PM
Just going from the MMO-Champion post, it looks like you can get 20 tickets from doing the profession quests (assuming you have 2 primary (2x4 tickets) and all 4 secondary (4x3) professions), 10 tickets from Test Your Strength, and 5 tickets each from the 5 dailies. There are also the 9 item quests to do, which award 80 tickets if you can do them all (sounds like they might be rare drops). Thus, per week you can get a maximum of 20+10+80+25*7=285.That's assuming the rare drop quests aren't repeatable, and, indeed, that you are able to complete them all in a week-- I have a feeling that they might be rare drops so you might need to be quite lucky to see all the items drop. Even minus those 80 item quest tickets, though, you'll be able to see the first people with a darkmoon mount by the end of the first week or so.
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