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10-19-2008 @ 4:04AM
A word of caution about the Headless Horseman quest. Do not be too quick to join a group at random. I would suggest doing the HH quest with friends/guild, do not give in to your excitement. I did not take my own advice and jumped in the first group I saw. Hallow's Eve is the best event in WoW, in my opinion, and I was excited to get going. I summoned first and then two of our members suddenly informed us they "forgot" their summons. They claimed that they thought dailys had rolled. It was 12:20 ST... (Members of [Free Radicals] on Draenor, you should be ashamed.) The icing on the cake was these guys had formed the group. At least the two other guys left the group before they had their summons "used". I ran into no issues at all with this during Brewfest, but certainly a reminder that one might want to scan the friends/guild list before running HH this year.
10-19-2008 @ 8:03AM
That bites. Goes to show that there are shady people even (especially?) in WoW. Had a few instances where people were wanting me to give them gold for a wand charge, and were opening the trade window before using the wand (as if I would stiff someone 10g; I made somewhere around 200 just by doing all of the Candy buckets), so I'd have to tell them to put it in the non-trade box just to make sure *I* wasn't getting cheated.Sad, but you gotta be cautious sometimes.
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