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3-15-2012 @ 8:13PM
What I find so endlessly frustrating about the Molten Front is that it doesn't *change* so much as it simply adds on to the load every week or so. If you progressed by getting a different set of quests after the first 10 days or so, and then a different one again, without having to repeat all the first ones you did from day 1 plus those you unlocked along the way, it would be much more bearable.By the time my second character was in the end phase, I began to feel physically sick when I bandaged eight wounded fighters AGAIN. I only kept going for the mount.Never again. Never, ever, I tell ya.
3-15-2012 @ 8:30PM
I'm with you. I was barely able to get one toon through it enough to get the last vendor unlocked. One of these days I might go back and get my mount and title. I have no problem doing dailies- TB, argent tourney and Darkmoon faire. I will happily run those like an idiot. Too much is too much. I say keep dailies though. I am not a heroics or raid person.
3-15-2012 @ 8:48PM
I've been playing consistently since Cataclysm launched and I STILL haven't done the Molten Front dailies and am still not exalted with whatever the Tol Barad people are. I just don't find daily quests enjoyable, so instead of doing them I make potions and sell them on the AH.While I do miss out on some content, I'd rather stick to doing things I enjoy than feeling obligated to do things I don't. Although, my guild is about to start working on H Hagara, so I may do the TB dailies to get that resistance trinket.
3-15-2012 @ 9:14PM
To me the worst part about the molten front dailies was having to redo that first daily to pick your side. It always felt odd to have redo that part. Why do we loose our foothold every night? Do all our npcs go to sleep? The first time I did one of those I expected it to be a one shot quest not a daily I repeated every time.
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