I did my dailies! Sort of.
I’d gone on a bit of a spending spree this week, buying some primals to level Blacksmithing to 365 and finding a decent price on a badly needed Jewelcrafting pattern for Sherm, so I decided that I was going to go do my Netherwing dailies on Doofy. All of them. I’d gotten to revered, and then got pretty bored with the daily grind of it. It was too much work, really. I hadn’t even touched the Ogri’la quests since I hit exalted with them and bought the epic flying mount which unlocked the Netherwing quests.
Last night I forgot for a bit why I stopped. Then I remembered.
I know they’re the first couple quests you get and you don’t have to do them really anymore once you get past Friendly, but the stupid transporter quest and the poison quest made me never want to go back.
The Not-So-Friendly Skies is the transporter quest and I can’t stand it. Not because of the drop rate, but because as a holy Paladin, pulling these things is impossible. My longest ranged attack is Holy Shock at 20 yards. So many of the things pass over my head and I’m unable to pull them. I’d done it a few times before, but last night I spent five minutes trying to get in position to pull one and didn’t get anything.
The other one that bugs the crap out of me is A Slow Death, the poison quest. You go back to the main land of Shadowmoon Valley and collect Fel Glands which are the reagent to use on the packs of peons to kill them with tasty meat. I spent about an hour killing things, and got six. Half of what I needed. This was ridiculous, so I gave up and called it a night.
I never really do the quest either that has you go all the way to the western edge of Nagrand and kill those dudes. So that left the Nethercite Ore, Nethercite Crystals (had a surprisingly good drop rate on those last night for once), the two quests within the mine, the Booterang quest and the one where the flying guys attack the Aldor camp. Basically I stand there and spam heal myself the entire time and I eventually win. Fun! I made about 85g between quests and vendor trash, but still spend over two hours doing that. Ugh, I really don’t know if it was worth it. I suppose I should get around to starting SMV on Sherm, the one zone I haven’t quested in yet.