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20/11/2012 22:58Posted by Sanaku
No matter how you grind rep, you will eventually find it repetitive.


It could be made less boring by offering a big variety of gains.
20/11/2012 23:00Posted by Schmonz
It could be made less boring by offering a big variety of gains.


It's would be great if you could get rep playing other game like farmville, pvp gear from counterstrike and raid gear from diablo 3.
It could be made less boring by eating a sandwich.
20/11/2012 23:01Posted by Vaju
It's would be great if you could get rep playing other game like farmville, pvp gear from counterstrike and raid gear from diablo 3.


So you want to say daily quests are the only logical source for reputation?

I think fighting for the shado pan in battlegrounds would be as logical.
I think fighting for the klaxxi in arena also.
I think killing the sha of hatred for the golden lotus as well.

No matter which gaming style you chose, there is no problem to display it for the factions sake.
20/11/2012 23:04Posted by Sanaku
It could be made less boring by eating a sandwich.


I prefer sausages.
20/11/2012 23:04Posted by Sanaku
It could be made less boring by eating a sandwich.


This mysterious dwarf knows what he's talking about.

20/11/2012 23:08Posted by Schmonz
I prefer sausages.


Sausages are also fine.
So why not let people choose sausages or sandwiches if they like to eat?

Chose content you like to gain the currency you like.
20/11/2012 23:11Posted by Schmonz
Chose content you like to gain the currency you like.


Don't derail the thread please.

Don't derail the thread please.


This was about food, wasnt it? And who prefers what.

Yes, yes.
Indeed it was, you started talking about currency and other mumbo jumbo.
Hello Blizzard,

i recently canceled three accounts with the reason

"I dont like the daily quests as only source of reputation"

Probably that is something you understand?


I'm pretty sure that when you cancel your sub they actually ask you why you cancel it and you'll get a chance to give feedback. Since you feel that you have to give your feedback here in the forum, I assume you actually didnt cancel your sub and gave your feedback then.
Hello Blizzard,

i recently canceled three accounts with the reason

"I dont like the daily quests as only source of reputation"

Probably that is something you understand?


I'm pretty sure that when you cancel your sub they actually ask you why you cancel it and you'll get a chance to give feedback. Since you feel that you have to give your feedback here in the forum, I assume you actually didnt cancel your sub and gave your feedback then.


They get more obvious every week.
Is that spam? I just wanted to ensure the feedback gets to the right persons.

And hey, one account is still left open.

What are you going to do next, blizzard?

Daily quests in the morning?
Daily quests in noon?
Daily quests at the afternoon?

And still you're not really done soon?


I miss the Daily quests once in the blue moon. Think i got the 5 daily quest achivement now after 6 years of playing.
Multi-boxers.

Though personally I don't see the point. Wearing multiple pairs of boxers would be hot and uncomfortable.
It's a shame there's so much off-topic chatter in this thread, because there's actually some good feedback in here from both sides.

Ceac, while I appreciate your intentions, please don't derail threads. If you feel it's spam, report it and move on, we'll decide on the rest. We're always looking for feedback, and sometimes a fresh thread can be a good thing if there's no clear existing one.
20/11/2012 22:27Posted by Mijua
"I do dailies in the morning, I do dailies at night. I do dailies in the afternoon and then I feel alright. I do dailies in times of peace, I do dailies in times of war. I do dailies when I do dailies and then I do some more."


For some reason I was thinking the same thing in this thread.
Not everything can be handed to you on a silver platter, sometimes you've just got to grind a bit. You'll feel better when you get it anyway.
21/11/2012 10:59Posted by Puddlenugget
Not everything can be handed to you on a silver platter, sometimes you've just got to grind a bit. You'll feel better when you get it anyway.


That's horrible game design. No game should EVER feel tedious, nor should the player feel compelled to force themselves through tedium to reach "the good stuff"; a regrettable design flaw of the genre.

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