I’ve prepared a pretty inclusive list of all the cataclysm factions, links to their loot lists on wowhead, and if they have tabards, dailies, etc. Also past the cut is a list of each factions epic loot available. Continue below to see the list including Baradin’s Wardens, Dragonmaw Clan, Guardians of Hyjal, Hellscream’s Reach, Ramkahen, The Earthen Ring, Therazane and Wildhammer Clan.
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Tags: AH, auction, cataclysm, daily, rep, sell, warcraft, wow
Unfortunately today I did not have time to finish the rep guide I mentioned in yesterdays Daily Thoughts, nor did I really get much time on WoW either. Real life, trumping gaming, well… trumped gaming for the day. I did have a chance to do my deepholm and twilight highlands dailies though, which is productive. I’m also doing a little AH playing while I write this up. Gotta keep the gold flowing. Farming ore and/or selling the prospected gems are making a killing now for those not too worried about leveling their professions. Selling greens was doing pretty well the first few days of cata but has now settled down into more reasonable amounts. I probably sold 2 dozen + random cata greens for 200 gold each in the first 3 days. Since that, I’m still averaging 1k gold per day profit on the AH just from the ore I am able to mine while doing daily quests and in between dungeon queues. It’s a good day to sell.
Tags: cataclysm, expansion, faction, guide, progress, rep, wacraft, wow
So, today’s Daily Thoughts is going to be a bit shorter than normal. I’m in the process of working out a Cataclysm faction rep guide with wowhead links, their epic loot, and the status of the daily quests. It should be up tomorrow and maybe a day or so after will be my thoughts on the Twilight Highlands. I haven’t quite finished the quest chains there as I hit 85 in the middle of one that I think is phased and didn’t pick up the rest of the quests.
I was thinking though, I have a lot of things that are a work in progress: My rep/faction guide, gearing up for raids, finishing the new cataclysm zones, getting jewelcrafting maxed out. At work, in real life, I have a ton of jobs in progress. It will be quite nice to wrap up a few of them, both in real life and WoW. Of course, as I complete projects at work I’ll get more, or else I’d be out of a job. And the same, after I finish jewelcrafting or getting the Paladin raid ready I’ll have more toons to level and gear, their professions to max and gear to craft. But that’s also the goal that Blizzard set out with WoW, to make sure there is always something to do. If there’s ever nothing more to do in WoW, Blizzard is out of a job, or at least out of income from this game. I wonder how long the game will continue. WoW in 3d? WoW in virtual reality? Oh the possibilities.
Tags: cataclysm, dailies, faction, gear, hyjal, hyjal-daily, ramkahen, rep, reputation, warcraft, wow
* EDIT – I’ve made a comprehensive faction guide – check it out HERE. *
Naturally the one new cataclysm reputation I really want to grind for the Belt of the Ferocious Wolf, has no dailies. So, for all those who’ve been searching for the location of the Guardians of Hyjal dailies, they don’t exist. The only way to get your rep there after you finish the quests in the zone is to do dungeons with their tabard that you can pick up at friendly. You should be revered by the time you finish the zone, so it isn’t too far to go. Next I’ll probably be after Ramkahen rep for a few things.
Wowhead of course has a nice list of the factions stuff here.
Tomorrow or the next day I should have my impressions of Uldum up here, so check back!
Tags: cataclysm, deathwing, morrowgrain, questing, rep, sholazar, spoiler, stormrage, ulduar, warcraft, wolvar, world of warcraft, wow, yogg saron
Have you ever wondered why exactly you need to collect 8 random flowers or kill 10 gnolls/troggs/wolves/etc? Do you know why you killed Malygos? Or the guardians of ulduar? Or all those orcs in Hellfire Ramparts over and over again? Sometimes I wonder about these things. For Lich King content, since that is when I really started raiding and doing instances, I’m pretty aware why I’m killing most of the bosses I’ve been sent to dispatch. On the other hand, while leveling or questing, I pretty much take the quest and read just enough to glean what I’m supposed to be doing and start doing it. I have almost no idea why I’m in most of the pre-70 instances. Most players probably don’t care the reason they are questing, the ones who might care that they are out doing “good” assume that the quest givers, being friendly NPCs, are good and want the best for the world. This isn’t the case everytime. Sometimes, the results of the meddling of we adventurers can cause pretty disastrous things.
I really enjoy the faction pairs that let us choose which side we’re killing and which side we’re helping. In Sholazar Basin, we get to choose between the Frenzyheart Tribe and the Oracles. At first you do quests back and forth between the two and are eventually faced with choosing. Although some may like to get exalted with both (and I hear there is some way of doing that, not sure how), I like that we at least get a choice. Elsewhere in Northrend we get pitted by the Kalu-ak against local wolvar. As far as I know, there isn’t an option. You either help slay wolvar and generally mess up their business (including stealing their pups) or skip the quest area. Who says those Kalu’ak are the ones deserving our considerable services? You might have sided with a tribe of wolvar in sholazar and would like to be able to do the same here? No such luck my friends.
As I mentioned before, some of our deeds done through our relentless questing for knowledge, glory, and topping the meters can have dire consequences. There’s a series of low-level quests involving morrowgrain. *Minor spoils incoming*. I can’t recall if it is revealed in-game what these quests do, but through reading about the Stormrage novel, I learned these herbs we were gathering we being used to poison Malfurion (the leader of the Night Elf Druids, general bad-ass, and savior of the world). Yet we blindly chose to gather and turn in. What else might our actions have cost us? One theory is that it may have cost us…the entire world (of warcraft). *Sort of spoilers incoming*. The titans that shaped Azeroth into a world of life an order battled the Old Gods and although beat them, knew they were too integrated into the world to be removed without harming or destroying it. Cosmic beings of immense power knew better than to kill an Old God, but what did we do? We killed Yogg Saron in Ulduar. Yes it was a Monster that has spread is influence and corrupted people, creatures, and even the ground itself possibly all over Azeroth, but maybe it was also part of the fabric of that world. Maybe killing Yogg Saron destabilized Azeroth. Are all these events going on in-game now with elementals invading caused by Deathwing just preparing to come out. Or is Deathwing taking the opportunity caused by the after effects of our meddling?
So be it kidnapping Wolvar pups, gathering deadly herbs, or killing beings integral to Azeroths survival, us players, adventures, continue to press on with blind faith that we’re fighting the good fight. Or maybe it doesn’t matter cause, hey, at least we got the lootz.