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11-08-2011 @ 1:42AM
@jealous pirate"but they`re certainly mandatory if you want to do most of the stuff Blizzard provides. Rep, gear, profession recipes, gems, enchants, mounts, pets, achievements... all locked behind daily grinds. "This sounds a lot like "if you want to get everything you have to do everything". You dont need rep (when i leveled my rogue up i realized that with justice gear, and a craft or two there wasnt a single quartermaster but the Firelands one that would benefit me, ) Gear comes from crafters and dungeons and raids, Professions recipies are optional, most people are in big guilds where someone else has the recipe. Not everyone is a JCer and again professions are optional. Enchants, thats why enchanters can enchant someone elses gear. Mounts? you only need one. there are like 200. some of the best unlocked by dungeons and raids or just available for gold. Pets, literally hundreds. Scores you can just walk up and buy. Achievments. Again Hundreds you dont need daily quests for.What i'm hearing is "There is a million things to do and 10,000 of them are in this one way i dont like"Well i hate that there are loads of gear, mounts, battles, rewards and achievements you can only get through pvp since i dont really like pvp. but thats my choice not to do it. and i already have plenty of achievements, mounts, decent gear and anything i could want.
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