HFL Poll: Daily Quest Cap!

OK you have heard us $%^&*! and moan about it, now is your chance to tell us if you agree or think we are crazy! So… in light of all the “things to do” in MoP, would you be in favor of Blizzard bringing back the daily quest cap?

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5 Responses to “HFL Poll: Daily Quest Cap!”

  1. The Daily Quest cap is literally whatever you want it to be. If you want to participate in the “things to do” go participate. Odds are you’re a grown adult able to make your own decisions. You don’t need your parents (in this case Blizz) to tell you what to do. Not that they’re going to put the cap back in, but I absolutely guarantee that if they did everyone that voted for it would then complain that the cap is too low.

  2. Eddieronnie Says:

    What’s the point play as much or as little as you like

  3. I think bringing back the daily quest cap is kind of a half-solution. Blizz really needs to bring the number of dailies back under control. People can say what they want about not having to do the dailies if you don’t want to but if you want to be as well prepared for heroic raiding then you need to do as many of the dailies as you possibly can. With as many factions as there are out there and the Isle of Thunder dailies that’s several hours of rep grinding per day. Seems like it would be a lot easier to give us back our tabbards so we can grind rep in heroics and regs as well.

  4. Anytime Blizzard limits game play, it’s a negative to the game. I do not enjoy reputation gating or quest limits. I understand the purpose of raid lock-outs and valor caps somewhat, but still. I like to consume content on my schedule and on my pace, and not based on how much I am allowed to do something.

    Blizzard doesn’t need to limit dailies. If I don’t want to do them, I limit them on my own just fine. If someone wants to do dailies until the cows come home, let them.

  5. It’s nice to be able to do dailies until you want to puke from overindulgence sometimes. Just because you can. Some days I have only enough time to water my garden and shoo away some pests. When I have hours to burn, why not burn myself out on daily quests?

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