*cackles with glee* this would be my reward for not having quested out my account ^-^
I probably have an entire account worth of ponies that can complete and impossible quest across my accounts
ETA: awww not quite as many as I thought and lots of them are too high level to complete impossible quests, lots of very close ones though ^-^
Ahhaha! That's adorable! I don't know if it's worth doing just Impossible Quests for, but it sure is fun. And... now I want things. Just to have them. What is this madness?
The trick to impossibles is keep them within a short range (few hundred tops) of one another, and let the top 10~20 bank up UDLs like mad while questing out the rest of them. (Heck, when I was maxing INferni, she banked over 400+ UDLs before she maxed out entirely, and I had at least 10~15 ponies with 100+ UDLs on their own, and that was WITH questing them through a hard quest each round. They WILL build up.)
As it stands, I wish I knew if there was a reason, outside "just collecting" to have them. (Or maybe future "forging" recipe? As a turn in method, that is... Hmm...) I dunno, I don't know if I should feel compelled to do it. For item collection's sake only? No. I don't feel like killing myself yet. Still cool though, I can see myself shooting off the occasional one to get the item for selling maybe.
Query on this -
I'm guessing this works for both breeding and training quests (though I doubt many will try the breeding quests). However, maxing a pony is listed as difficulty ''impossible'' when completing the quest, but gives no reward. It seems like it might be worth while changing the wording for maxing a pony to not use the word 'impossible' since by the use of it - maxing a pony should give an item - since all impossible quests do so, and under completed quests, maxing is listed as a completion of an impossible quest.
To clarify: I'm not asking that maxing a pony gives an item, simply to avoid confusion that maxing a pony is changed to no longer be listed as an impossible achievement/quest.