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Before looking at the changes coming, it is important to understand the basics of daily quests in Mists of Pandaria up to and including patch 5.1. Once that is covered I will look at the changes that made me wonder about the fate of daily quests, and then give an opinion on the changes. Here http://www.wowwowgold.com/ will share with you the preview of death of dailies in patch 5.2.
What Patch 5.2 is Changing About Reputation
There are two big changes coming with patch 5.2 in regards to reputation. The first change has to do with the coming changes to Sunsong Ranch in the new patch. When and if you chose to purchase Sunsong Ranch from farmer Yoon, you will gain access to Sunsong Ranch work orders. These work orders will have you grow 8 plots worth of an item or wow gold to fulfil and order for one of the factions in the game. When you supply the required items you will be granted 300 reputation with that faction.
How Do These Changes Affect Rep Grinds
As mentioned right from the start, the primary reason that players have to do dailies is to earn reputation with the various factions. This then allows them access to gear, which in turn allows them into heroics and then raids.
Normally you are limited to earning 150 – 250 per daily quest for the appropriate faction. Since most factions have 5-7 daily quests, this meant roughly 1000 – 1500 rep per day per faction. This was also the only way that you could earn reputation with the various factions. Players have been complaining about this since early on, especially those with multiple characters which have to do multiple sets of dailies.
Why These Reputation Changes Make Me Thing the End is Nigh
These changes signal to me that Blizzard is listening. What I believe (and this is just opinion, not fact) is that they are listening to players complaints about the number of dailies that they need to do, especially for players with more than one character. They are doing something about the complaints by providing a way to get through the rep grinds quicker, after all the main purpose of the daily quests was for rep grinds. Sure they serve secondary purposes like charms and valor, but those are secondary.
If 10 lesser charms were added to the heroic reward and 5 to the scenario reward, it would allow players to earn enough lesser charms each week through PVE content. This would allow players that really do not want to do dailies, could do so and still earn enough charms to get a set of rerolls each week. Since you can only turn in 1 set of lesser charms to elder charms per week, this shouldn’t create issues by people having access to more lesser charms. Wowwowgold.com is telling you more wow patch 5.2 guides and free wow gold tips, if you have interest in it, feel free to take a visit to the official website Wowwowgold.com.
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