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World quests are nothing new to most players, their existence dating back as far back as the Burning Crusade expansion. Sure, back then most World of Warcraft players wouldn’t need a carry for local quests, because those weren’t nearly as numerous or obnoxious as they’re today. Probably Blizzard themselves didn’t have such an idea in store back then, as those quests were supposed to be more of a compliment to various end-game activities, rather than a hamster wheel we know and abhor today.
Anyway, the main reason why anyone would buy WoW Local Quests farm is to spare themselves the indignity of doing those over and over for the sake of achieving the exalted status with some specific faction. Back in the day, such a thing wasn’t mandatory for story progression, and even in Legion, it wasn’t as intrusive and off-putting as we have now.
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Also, remember that since reputation isn’t an account-wide feature, you would need to purchase this service for each of your characters individually (that is if you really need it more than once!). But technically (if you aren’t prepared to pay such cost) unless you want specific items and armor, you can just do it once for your Pathfinder achievement and forget this headache altogether.