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If you want to get anywhere in MoP you absolutely have to do dailies, everything is now tied into rep, rep gained by doing 50+ dailies, yes, every day.
See, I'm one of them "fools" who like to power through a game, do what I have to do to get to the top, fast, if that means finding spots where mobs spawn fast and kill them over and over for 8 hours straight, I'll do it.
What bothers me is when they limit me, they stop me from progressing by putting in a weekly cap, for what? So other people have a chance to keep up? come on man, are we really that butthurt, that we can't let others' have pixels before us?
The cap is there for 2 reasons, I understand, it's there to keep you in game for longer, and it's there to give everyone a chance to keep up, it keeps the elitism down, so that casuals don't feel alienated.. And I get it, casuals = money.
The thing is, casuals always tells me, "You're stupid for powering through a game, you'll end up with nothing to do, complain, and then leave", yet, here I am, with plenty still to do (dailies), complaining, and unsubbed.
Here's the reason... when I play a game, I play it the way I want to, the way that makes me have the most fun, and that is, -pedal to the medal, I don't want everything served on a silver platter, but I want the opportunity to get passed obstacles by powering through them, no matter what they are, putting restrictions and limitations on me, just makes me quit the game faster.
But only got myself to blame, remembered the days of raiding in TBC, and that brought me back, I should've known better.