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12-04-2011 @ 8:08AM
I think the Ideas for the fair were pretty good. The mini games are fun, the zone has a good atmosphere, and the profession quests are great for alts that need to clear something like the great Thorium Hump in JC/BS. My only complaint is that the rewards are far too expensive for a daily hub that's only available one week a month. It's something rediculous like three years to earn all the rewards available. I know I don't have the dedication to cram in eight sets of dailies every week its available.
12-04-2011 @ 2:50PM
Its about 6 months for all the mounts and pets, which isnt too bad, probably about the same as the argent tournament IIRC, ontop of the daily fair games, you get the darkmoon field guide thing, which makes items drop in dungons and BGs that you can turn in for more tickets.
12-04-2011 @ 3:28PM
Heres what i was talking about. http://www.wowhead.com/item=71634#comments:id=1566916
12-04-2011 @ 7:56PM
6 months? I don't think so, the 5 daily quests give you 1 ticket each. The artifacts give you 5 each but they can only be done once each. For all pets and mounts, you need 900 tickets...
12-04-2011 @ 9:07PM
I agree... 1 ticket for a daily is too low. Also, I wasn't able to do the cooking or first aid daily on the second day for some unknown reason, just wasn't available to me. So I was only able to get 3 tokens from the dailies.
12-04-2011 @ 10:06PM
You can get 135 tickets from the Darkmoon Adventurer's Guide alone, as Cyno01 linked. So that's at least one pet you can get, right now.
12-04-2011 @ 11:14PM
@ Everybody, heres a comment i made on the exact subject, looks like, unless i made some big error, you can get about 160 tickets a month, so more than one pet, not quite one mount, 6 months for all the mounts and pets. http://www.wowhead.com/currency=515#comments:id=1589546Half your tickets come from artifacts, which you get just going around your business with no real extra effort, not a big problem.
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