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5-12-2008 @ 4:06PM
Anyone who doesnt know how to ghetto hearth(esp from SW) should not be writing for wow insider :P
5-12-2008 @ 4:31PM
I've never heard of ghetto hearthing, but maybe I'm doing it and just calling it something else. Could you explain it?
5-12-2008 @ 4:14PM
Step one: Invite someone to a group.Step two: enter the stockades.Step three: leave group.Step four :profit
5-12-2008 @ 4:16PM
go in some instance with a group then leave group. then you will be force hearthed
so your hearth is set to shat. You need to goto AH or w/e well as alli always pick SW or horde always pick Org(UC works but is less convienient) so when you are done and you hearth is up because you used it 10 minutes ago to get to shat, you just get in a group with a guildie or rando person run into stockades(or RFC/SM) and leave group, you will auto get ported back to shat in 60 seconds and your hearth just resets. You can do this over and over and over.
5-12-2008 @ 4:26PM
I love my mage.
5-12-2008 @ 4:49PM
I also like to queue for a BG in shatt before going to train. Just get into 3 queues and there's a good chance one'll pop after you finish and you don't have to use your hearth (i.e. ghetto hearth also resets the cooldown on your hearthstone again so if you only had 15 mins left you'd have 60 mins left again). Normally, since i love to pvp, i'll fight out the bg. but you could just leave and take the 15 min bg scaredy cat.
5-12-2008 @ 5:45PM
Yeah, this works great if your hearth isn't up. If it is, though, it still blows the cooldown.
5-12-2008 @ 5:46PM
"I love my mage." QFT
5-12-2008 @ 9:09PM
I love my shaman.
5-13-2008 @ 3:57AM
Ditto about the BG queue trick, it's much easier for me since it doesn't need another person. And if you forgot to do it and you're in Org or something, you can just get a friend to group and queue you in Shat and you'll be warped there afterwards.
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