Twilight Highlands dailies The final set of dailies available in Cataclysm is for the Wildhammer Clan (Alliance) and Dragonmaw Clan (Horde). Once again, after completing the zone quest line, you will be able to return to Thundermar or Bloodgulch, respectively, and do these five dailies.
Each of these quests awards gold (of course) as well as 250 reputation with the relevant faction, except for Warlord Halthar/Bring Down the High Shaman, which give 350 rep. Craw McGraw
and Grot Deathblow
sell rewards for Wildhammer and Dragonmaw respectively, and both have a nice selection of rare and epic items, as well as the Strength/Mastery head enchant.
Prioritizing your dailies
That's it! Those are all the new dailies available in Cataclysm
. There are a lot of them. Even if your faction only controls Tol Barad once per day, there are 28 dailies available, which exceeds the cap of 25. If you're lucky enough to have two or three Tol Barad captures with different quest givers spawning, you could have up to 34 dailies available to you. Obviously, this doesn't count old dailies, either -- if you're still shooting for a Netherwing drake, Ogri'la rep, or Argent Tournament items, you will really have to pick and choose what you'll do each day.
If your faction controls the Tol Barad PvP area, those dailies
should definitely be your first stop. Since they're time-limited (only two hours per capture) and uncompletable if your faction loses the next battleground, you want to get right on these when they're up. If you're pressed for time, do the rotating quests first; the permanent quests can be finished the next time your faction is in control, but if you don't finish the rotating set, you run the risk of getting different rotating dailies and being stuck with the old quests, incomplete, in your quest log.
Until you're exalted with the Tol Barad PvP faction, I would do Tol Barad Peninsula quests
next. The rewards available from Baradin's Wardens
and Hellscream's Reach
are first-rate and have something for everyone; plus, they require not only rep but Tol Barad commendations to purchase, so you want to stock up on those.
Your next priority should be Therazane
. Doing these dailies regularly will help your Therazane reputation increase at a healthy clip, allowing you to wear a different tabard in level 85 dungeons (Earthen Ring, for example, which has very nice rewards
but no dailies available) and still get your shoulder enchant. The associated achievements for Therazane dailies are a nice perk.
The cooking daily should definitely be your next stop, even if you're not yet a Cataclysm
-level cook; you can sell the meat for profit and get free skillups. After that, it's a choice between the fishing daily (for skill), the Ramkahen and Wildhammer/Dragonmaw dailies (for rep), or older Wrath
dailies. Once you've gotten the achievement for Fire From the Sky, I don't recommend doing that one again. Ever.
Do your dailies -- your guild will thank you!
Here's my final word of advice to everyone in a guild, especially level 85s: Do your dailies! Completing quests is the only way to contribute guild XP or earn guild rep while soloing, and once you've finished the Cataclysm
zone quests, dailies are an 85's best option for continued questing. More guild XP means more guild rep for you, more perks for your guild, free cake, and moose for everyone.
Thus concludes this comprehensive guide to Cataclysm
daily quests. Thanks for reading ... Now, go do your dailies!
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