“Game management, game decisions, adjustments, seeing things during games – it’s all important.”
The Grind: Once is Enough
Not enough things are Account Wide in this Wicked World of Warcraft. As they slowly ease restrictions once gated behind Reputation, it is time to open the floodgates. If they can take the step to give the Bird Whistle and World Quests to all your upcoming Alts and access to the Arcway and the other one (having arrived on your Main); c’mon Blizz: let it go.
I’d like to see all Secondary Professions at 800 if you’ve done it once. A small thing and while they made it so every fishing pool can be fished at low level; try doing the WotLK fishing daily in the Sewer. This is their content and they should be responsible for it.
Same with Reputation rewards in Legion Zones. I’ve done the play time, I’ve seen the content, I’ve done the grind — my upcoming Alt should be able to get the Harvester shoulder enchant at level 100.
My Herbalist has to do a Titan sized task to get Rank 3 on Starlight Rose so I don’t get dust anymore. Hours. And more hours of extremely repetitive play. This supports my Alchemist by Blizzard’s design. My Alt might want Herbalism and Inscription; an interesting facet of Legion design — I should not have to repeat that Herbing grind on another character. Shameful.
Back to the Secondaries: Cooking. Constantly funneling materials to the one character who has the recipe is a hassle and not interesting game-play. Again, we have put in their desired effort to see their design: ease up and let it go.
I see small areas where this has been a consideration. Spirit Cauldron’s are account-wide, for example. Why not Blood of Sargeras?
If I am crazy enough to want a second Alchemist just for the daily cool-down, my insanity should not be punished but, rather, rewarded by making that rough prior effort account-wide.
Once is enough, don’t you think?