I really want to know who much daily quests, personal stories, achievements and dungeons you do every day you log on.
I usually try to do "a daily + 1" each day, which means I do my daily PvE achievement + one logged activity, like a JP an achievement tier (e.g. If I see that I just miss 12 kills to complete a slayer for the next tier) or a map completion (which I never really do outside a holiday on one day). Other activities include a personal story or a WvW activity (which means doing some battles, a siege or skirmishing).
Fractals & dungeons I don't really do daily, perhaps one on a weekend.
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27-01-2013, 10:36 #1
What is your daily schedule?
27-01-2013, 10:58 #2
I usually do one daily, CoF p1 and p2 and then whatever else I feel like (map completion, farm Penitent/Shelter, WvW, Eternal Battlegrounds jumping puzzle).
27-01-2013, 11:00 #3
I do my dailies and farm the ori vein everyday... after that I just play it by ear, whatever strikes me fancy. Lately that's been wvw.
27-01-2013, 11:44 #4
I usually get the daily done at least. Depending on my schedule, I'll also do a quick dungeon like AC or CoF.
27-01-2013, 13:00 #5
I don't do dailies to do dailies.
Leveling new characters usually gets dailies done. If I'm missing something to complete daily, I usually do it before I log out, but sometimes I don't feel like farming events or kill varietry, so I don't complete daily.
I don't have a routine. I do what I feel like doing.
Where's the "I don't care about daily" option? :D
27-01-2013, 13:23 #6
I just do whatever. If a daily gets almost done by accident I may finish it on purpose but most of the time I don't bother. Also my erratic gaming schedule means that the daily is usually reset in the middle of my session. I dunno, it is not in my mind set to bother overly much about dailies. (Long-term titles I can complete on my own time schedule on the other hand..)
I do wish that partial progress would carry over to the next day though. That way I would get it at least some of the time, in stead of practically never which is the case today.
27-01-2013, 13:25 #7
You still have the same amount of game time to do it in whether it resets in the middle or at the beginning of your play session.
27-01-2013, 13:36 #8
[story]Typically I will be able to log in for a while (an hour or so) 1-2 days of the week nights. This time tend to be pretty much spent on guild administration. On the weekend I will get at least one long (several hours) play session. Which will be reset in the middle. Sometimes I can play a lot on the weekend (several sessions of several hours each). Those are the times I may get the daily, although I will most often prioritize doing dungeons with my guild or something else I actually want to do in stead. [/story]
Last edited by Lensor; 27-01-2013 at 13:43.
27-01-2013, 14:10 #9
As you specifically said "today", my answer would be "a lot more"
On a normal day, I'll do the daily and one or two things more.
On a busy day, I'll do the daily and that's it
On a quiet day, I'll do the daily and a lot more.
Doing the daily takes around 15-30 minutes (depending on my luck with the events). I do those events mostly on my elementalist, as I simply don't know how to play that one well in a higher level area. So, he sticks around at the starter area in Plains of Ashford and has gained a few levels already (like 15...) I then switch to my 4 other "main" characters to get some map completion, and getting some variety done. I'll finish on Rhonwyn for the max reward. If I then still have time, I'll do whatever fancies me.Lady Rhonwyn (sister of Danea, Katlinel, Gwendydd, and the rest)
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27-01-2013, 14:19 #10