Why does everyone hate dailies? I focused on one faction at a time and I never felt there were too many of them.The problem is not everyone has the leisure to focus on one faction; whether because they can't play every day, because they need to hit certain gear benchmarks for raiding, or because they have multiple characters to progress on.Personally, I find the number of reps with dailies to grind them daunting. I spent the first week after MoP launch enjoying my pandaren monk with some time out to work on leveling (one of) my 85s. I barely made 89 before Brewfest ended. It took me a while to gear up, maybe I just had poor luck with drops. I didn't enter any LFR until mid November. I *still* haven't been able to get a new pair of pants to replace the 437s I'm wearing. This is partly because I haven't taken the time to grind that last 1k JP to get the blue pants, partly unlucky RNG, and partly because I found the Golden Lotus & Shado-Pan daily requirements to unlock the pants I want extremely offputting.I cannot speak for anyone but myself, but the announcement of YET ANOTHER faction to get rep with by doing YET MORE dailies in each patch is disheartening. I'm barely Friendly with Shieldwall, still working on the reps gated behind Golden Lotus, and now I have another rep coming down the pipe at me. *shakes head* I've never been a hardcore player, but I didn't expect to feel an expac behind after buying MoP at midnight release.
what I don't get is why is blizz offering exp for these quest if lvl 90 is required and at that lvl we no longer need the exp dsn't make sense
All of these comments are a sign for Blizzard that dailies are da poop.
All of these comments are a sign for Blizzard that dailies are da poop.Not really, because there are players like myself who enjoy dailies.
its funny uh ? they have listened the complains about dailies and resolved it with MORE dailies ...knew
what I don't get is why is blizz offering exp for these quest if lvl 90 is required and at that lvl we no longer need the exp dsn't make senseIt's to calculate how much gold we get at max level instead. When the next expansion comes out, if you did any of these dailies before hitting the new max, you would gain some gold and some xp.Personally, I like dailies, as I like solo content. But no matter what method we choose to progress, it's going to be a grind. Everything in the game is doing the same thing over and over again in order to get what you want. At least with dailies, you know when you will complete everything. When you rely on RNG, you never know when you will have everything you are going for.
Why does everyone hate dailies? I focused on one faction at a time and I never felt there were too many of them.Because apparently it is better to do 9 heroic dungeons for 12 months, than to do 5-10 out of 300 daily quests. I am with you. Quickly approaching exalted with every faction and I don´t think I ever did more than 10 on any day.. also skipped a lot of days. I think it is the morons who called it mandatory to be riding a cloud serpent the first week who are complaining. There are two other groups that probably hate it.. DPS who afk through heroics and die while collecting 4 fatty goat-steaks ( I see corpses everywhere) because they don´t know their class. And finally the really math-challenged people who needed to have every VP item available the second week, then cried in rage because valor was capped at 1k per week.I really can´t see how anyone can hate doing 5 quests per day, but not have a problem with running a heroic dungeon for the 50th time unless they are terrible at their class and are carried in heroics. My proof is the insane amount of corpses I see while doing dailies.
Why does everyone hate dailies? I focused on one faction at a time and I never felt there were too many of them.Because people feel the need to do every daily they can, rather then doing the smart and focusing them down one at a time.Mind, I do as many dailies as I can in a day, but that's because I enjoy them.I use the expression ´math-challenged´.. like the above poster who said he had to do 30 dailies per day... FOR WHAT? you going to spend 100 VP on 10 different items? News flash, valor is capped at 1000 per week. Pro-tip for alts. When you get to 89, go to Dread wastes. I was revered with Klaxxi before I even dinged 90. That means I had like 7 weeks worth of valor point items already unlocked without DOING A SINGLE DAILY QUEST. I didn´t do Shadowpan at 88, but I am sure that questing through TS at 88 would at least get you to honored with SP, and maybe even Revered.All this crying about daily quests is just people who never figured out the 1k VP cap issue.My priest alt. Revered with klaxxi when I hit 90. bought cloth epics for gold, crafted helm, BOA staff. LFR drops.. all the while doing ONE faction dailies when I feel like it ( Domination). Will easily have ilvl 490 on AN ALT before 5.2 drops.People just suck at math nowadays..
Yay! more dailies :Di already started getting bored since im already exalted with all factions so there isnt much reason to do them. now there is agian , i do hope they unlock the story in a similiar fashion as 5.1 factions did.
Yay! more dailies :Di already started getting bored since im already exalted with all factions so there isnt much reason to do them. now there is agian , i do hope they unlock the story in a similiar fashion as 5.1 factions did.that is what I liked also. But the one I really liked was AC and the whole crane thing.. i loved getting hate mail from an NPC.
What else is there to do outside of dailies? You can only raid twice (LFR and regular), and that's based on whether or not you're actually on a server (and in a guild) that actively raids. There's only so many times you can do old world content. Brawl'gar kinda sucks. That's pretty much everything there is to do outside of PVP and mindlessly doing heroics, which most people that can raid don't need anymore (and likely didn't need anymore a week into MoP).
I seriously do not understand the daily quests hate, personally I love dailies and I welcome them in a heartbeat especially if they're progressionary dailies such as Patch 5.1...Besides it's not like you're forced to do every single daily quest there is every day..If you hate them so much, just go slowlyyyyyyy.
Why does everyone hate dailies? I focused on one faction at a time and I never felt there were too many of them.because it converts the game in a job (a boring one), yep you can reply that you don't need to do all the dailies, but I raiding (or at least try to) mid-high level so I must do all the dailies if there is any chance of upgrading my gear. In the past you have to do the daily dungeon, which at least you could do it with guild members and it was only one thing to do, now you have (had) to do more than 30 quests every %^&*ing day. I only keep playing because the guild members, otherwise I would left the game once I reached lvl 90.lol what? You only need like 7 dailies a day to get your charms, not 30. And most 'mid-high level' guilds never really needed most of the rep gear, because they already got upgrades from actual raids. If you still 'need' the gear, chances are you're not as high level as you think you are and that getting that rep gear isn't necessary in the least for your casual progress.Also, just because you used to group for a dungeon before or after raid doesn't mean you can't group for daily quests. A group of 5 crushes the daily quests you need per day in about 5 minutes max.
Seriously , I cannot understand why people keep thinking the need to do all the dailies . I never did more than 10 per day was exaulted with all factions before 5.1 hit . Shieldwall rep took less than 2 weeks ( and thats only 5 dailies per day anyway ) .Somone above said that at least the old daily dungeon you could do in a guild group --well guess what same applies for all teh current ones as well --doing them in a group of 3 he LONGEST we took to do a set of dailies was 12 minutes and that was the 8 klaxxi ones --queues for the old dungeon dailies took longer than that if we didnt have a tank and/or healer online .Do the factions that give gear first if you need gear -- the mounts and achievements for the others arnt going to change for the WHOLE expansion so you have to rush to get them.In my guild we had a lot of people who complained aboutthe dailies so I asked them what was their problems with them - 99% said theat they didnt want wait so long to get stuff , they wanted to have gear without working for it --enough said about that mentallity
Why is everyone screaming about the dailies, are they bored of doing them? If so then be thankful you can go and do other new dailies which you aren't bored of yet. Then when these dailies get boring, go back to the original ones, or even pick and choose which ones you want to do. They aren't all mandatory, most importantly, enjoy the game, and if you don't then take a break.
Personally i'm sick of dailies because they're the primary way of getting gear, not to mention the gear from dailies is far superior to dungeon gear. This, in my opinion, doesn't teach you your class and allows you to get raiding gear, I understand older players may know their class going into it but think about fresh players that just got their first max level character. They just have their leveling rotation which is usually different than raiding/dungeoning rotations. Again this is just my opinion but dailies teach you nothing and they're the main way of getting gear pre-raiding? Sorry but that doesn't sound right to me.
I never understand why people hate dailies so much, let alone why they must be so vocal about this perceived punishment. I love dailies / daily routine but what are people expecting from this game after 3 years. Something else they will complain about? free epics?
I hate dailies because I hate doing the same thing every day. Before someone brings up constantly running dungeons, I hate doing that too. What I like most in WoW is normal (yellow "!", not blue "!") quests. I have a ton of alts because of that.Unlike with dailies, quests have story. Unlike dailies, you do not need to do the same quest every day for two-three weeks straight. I go through Westfall on an alt, I don't need to spend a week feeding homeless before I can move on.
Okay, fresh 90. Can't do LFR yet.7 Heroics (daily): 560 Valor7 Scenarios (daily): 280 ValorThat leaves 160 Valor, which can easily be gained by doing a few extra Heroics or Scenarios at 40 and 20 Valor each, respectively. Of course, what's the point of getting Valor if you don't have the reputation to get the gear? So naturally, that 160 Valor is probably best earned by doing 32 dailies - over the course of the week, of course.Now, I don't understand where all this stress over dailies comes from. Every Valor item costs more than 1000 Valor, so you already know you have two weeks before you need to worry about having even 1 faction at Honored (oh no, so hard!). Pick a faction & go! Once you're honored, as far as gear goes you're set! (Although, if you're an alt fiend, it may be more time-saving to get to revered & double your alt's rep gain)Golden Lotus - yes, they're a monotonous pain. But their quests are also clustered together in groups and easily completed - especially with a friend! I can't remember exactly, but I believe at Revered you can get ~70 Valor and ~28 Lesser charms for 20-30min of BS'n around while you chat in guild, each day.Okay, let's say you can do LFR now, and maybe you're even honored with every faction except Shado-Pan and August Celestials (because of those #$%^& Lotus!). Now you -need- 90 lesser charms each week for those 3 extra piles of gold in LFR. Most daily quests will reward you with 2 charms, so 45 quests each week. That's less than 7 per day. Cake.It's really not that hard guys. This is an MMO. Grinding is exactly what you do in an MMO at max level, whether it's grinding a raid for that 1 piece of gear that won't drop, grinding arenas to reach your weekly CP cap, or grinding dailies for rep, mounts, pets, fluff, etc. It's all how you look at it. I have friends who will whine about doing dailies, then log off and go play LoL for 3-4 hours, using the SAME hero, and playing that SAME darn map EVERY time. You wanna talk about a repetative grind...
I want to add that Blizzard kinda set a precedent for an easy grind, which is really what's making MoP seem so bad. Wrath brought the rep tabard in, making rep grinds super easy for Wrath & Cata players. To take that away, and then - even worse - force players to do daily quests for rep in order to purchase gear, is neither fair nor consistent with what players had come to expect.The other snafu with MoP, is that players coming from Cata were getting 250 Valor per LFR segment and 150 Valor per Heroic for the first 7 each week, be it 1 per day or all 7 in one day. Valor gain in MoP, by comparison, is of course going to feel like some kind of punishment.From what I hear, reputations are supposed to make a return to the dungeon grind, so I can only hope that Valor gained from Heroics and LFR is going to increase as well. Until then, just focus on what you do enjoy about WoW, and try not to feel overwhelmed.