I'm going to cheat on this one and link to a blog post one of my good friends wrote about the Firelands daily quests. Totem Forest broke down the daily quest progression, and in terms of speed, the worst situation you can put yourself in is ending up one day behind as long as you do all available daily quests each day. Head over there to check out the math on it.
Mylune: Cute or too cute?
I'm one of those guys who doesn't really get cute most of the time. I'm a cold, heartless bastard who is totally unaffected by cutesy kitten pictures. But Mylune? Mylune is adorable. Only Mylune manages to melt the glacier that is my heart. She isn't too cute. She's just cute enough.
Why do images of Firelands bosses sometimes on that rock in the middle of Molten Front?
You accidentally a word, but I'm pretty sure I get your meaning. They appear on that rock because it's cool and gives players a glimpse of the Firelands bosses outside of the raid. Simple as that.
Can I not do the Druid of the Talon quests after doing the Warden quests
Here's what happened. I hit my second 150 tokens on completing all of the dailies. I had chosen the Wardens first, so I went and asked the Druids to join. Next I went back to the Molten Front and looked around. No dailies.
The next day I noted there was a quest from Matoclaw and I just figured I'd missed it the day before. Sure enough, I found a new daily for the Druids in the Molten Front. I decided to leave it until last, so I could complete my dailies with something new. But after completing the Warden quests I was phased and couldn't do the Druid dailies. Am I doing something wrong, or is this what I am supposed to see happen?
The whole gating process is extremely confusing because of things like this. You can only do the Shadow Wardens or the Druids of the Talon each day, not both. I did precisely what you did when I unlocked my second faction and was just as confused, but you're safe. You were locked out of those quests because you already did their equivalent from the other group of druids. While Blizzard did make this clear in its Battle.net Molten Front preview, an in-game indication of this would have gone a long way to prevent confusion.
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