If I recall from last week's it's counted as it's collected, not deposited - so unfortunately the ones in your bags won't count.
No, the quest counts the anima you earn, not the anima you deposit.
The quest requires collecting Anima, not depositing it. You'll have to collect an additional 1,000 whether you deposit now or tomorrow.
Sorry to add this here, but I figured I better add it to the most recent post:There seems to be something broken with the raid composition tool. Examples: I have a druid and a DK in the group and it is showing only 1 battle res (1 for the DK, 0 for the druid). We have 2 hunters and it is showing only 1 enrage dispel (the druid) and 1 magic dispell (the mage) and not showing either dispels from the hunters.
They don't count. You have to loot them once you have the quest for them to count. My friends and I found this out last week. One of my guild mates had forgot to turn in a in-dungeon quest that rewarded 750 anima. After the reset, he turned it in and that counted for the weekly quest.
As others have stated, Covenant Equipment CAN be upgraded too, and the first one requiring renown 7 if I'm not mistaken. PvP you can, PvE I assume it's the Covenant sets, plenty of options to anyone to gear, at least their alts, as you won't have the time right now to farm M+, PvP or raids on every leveled toon.PLUS >>>> ANY NEWS ON THE WORLD BOSSES?. I read yesterday that the Bastion one was to be the first, in a rotation. Again, another great way to equip alts at least, as they drop many gear slots, 200+ ilvl, and some even drop Legendary recipes.
This may come as a surprise to you, but not everyone raids or does keystones.
sadly no. it's counted as soon as you pick it up not when you deposite it. :)
but do you get two new dungeon quests this week, if you turn the last weeks dungeon quest in after reset? Are there still 2 new quests in the room downstairs from Oribos Innquestion to all of you that have kept the dungeon quest from last week...