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3-15-2012 @ 8:23PM
I love a lot of your suggestions (like making infinitely repeatable quests), but there's one thing I don't really like about adjusting daily quests into weekly quests overall. It encourages people to go out and do the quests as soon as they are available, for a few reasons. First off, so you can get all the rewards as fast as you can. Why would you wait when you can get your rewards, such as gold, now (especially if you have something you want to buy with your rewards)? Additionally, it would encourage people to get these sort of things out of the way earlier because the future isn't too predictable. They don't know if they'll be unable to do dailies three to five days from now--maybe something important will come up, and if you wait then all of a sudden you're tough out of luck. There all of a sudden becomes this huge incentive to log on once a week, (likely Tuesday, when quests, raid finder, conquest, valor, and EVERYTHING resets,) get everything out of the way, and log off because there's nothing else to do.Perhaps implementing a system where you get a bigger reward for the first of the same daily you do during that one day, but allowing you to repeat it to a cap for a week (say, seven times a week). This way, you're encouraged to do it every day, but if you suddenly can't do it one day, you can make up that day later. Sure the reward will be less, but you will have at least gotten something. This also makes people feel really good about doing dailies every day, because you're getting better rewards every day, and feel good when they can still get something when they can't make it every day.
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