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1-20-2012 @ 2:14PM
I still do dailies, but probably not the ones you're thinking of. Now that I have all of my Cataclysmic reputations maxed (except Avengers), I do most of my dailies in Icecrown. I did the Molten Front for a while, but eventually I realized that I don't want anything from the vendors, so that's on the "whenever" list. I'm currently working the Argent Tournament for pets, mounts, and heirlooms (I was gone from 3.0.8 to 4.2.0), and filling in the rest with Grizzly Hills and Skybreaker dailies.I wouldn't call daily quest money a pittance. A round in Tol Barad (both parts, 12-13 quests) earns me about 200g in forty minutes from quest rewards, cash drops, and vendor junk. However, I also get 3-4 stacks of Embersilk Cloth, enough to make a bag, so let's say 500g. That's far from ideal, but it's an additional stream of dependable low-risk income, I get some of the money now rather than waiting for my stuff to sell, and many dailies offer some additional benefit, like guild EXP or a chance at a pet. Icecrown dailies pay a bit less, but they're trivial at level 85.Similar to what Wollsmoth said, dailies are also much easier than a dungeon run, and easier to abandon if something more interesting comes along. Dailies give me an opportunity to kick back, listen to some tunes, and socialize with the guild.
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