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3-31-2006 @ 12:35PM
I had a really good one about a month ago.I was playing my Dwarf Hunter in the Western Plaguelands, working on one of the Target:Bad Guy in a field quests. As a level 54 at the time I could do the quest, but if I pulled more than one Skeleton/Zombie I was hard pressed. Of course pulling doesn't always go the way you want it to, and I grabbed two of the skeletons. As they pounded away on my pet and I, and we at them, a level 53 undead mage attacked from behind and nailed me with what I'm figuring was pyroblast followed by a fireball. I died (of course). Upon walking back to my body I realized that not only was the mage still around, he was working on the same quest I was! While he was distracted I quickly rezzed in some bushed and feigned death. I had a plan. For those of you not familiar with the quest set he and I were on, you have to work your way to the middle of a field, kill a boss, take the key the boss drops, and get some potion from a cauldron he protects. I waited. And waited. I stood up so I wouldn't die and feigned death again. And waited more, until finally he was at the boss, he had cleared a path!Just as he aggroed the boss I stood up, buffed up, and hit him with Aimed shot, concussive shot, viper sting, arcane shot in that order. He was doomed! hahhaha! I killed the boss, took the key, got the potion and finished the quest all before he could rez. The best part is that his body was in the middle of the field and as I walked away the path that he had created was filling back in. I wouldn't be surprised if he died once more just trying to get out!That'll teach you to attack people mid fight and not run away! :)(and for the record I play, both factions, so this isn't some rail against the horde. Go trolls! Go dwarves! Go fun!)
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