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12-04-2008 @ 5:17PM
i was finishing up some Zul'Drak quests that i had skipped in my compulsory-leveling-to-80 the other day and i noticed a Troll player following me around. at first i was a bit creeped out, 'cause i thought i had perhaps stolen his mobs or something (i tend to be overly nice and don't want to offend anyone). then i realized he was following me to skin my mobs. it was kinda neat. being a bit of a tidy person, that was one thing i really regretted when taking up herb/alch - leaving a trail of dead mobs behind me with no way of cleaning up. :D
12-04-2008 @ 6:02PM
On my mage I'm completely unable to resist dropping a blizzard on any pack of animals I see. (Fully talented, it's a critting beast of soloing beauty.) Same as you, I had a troll following me around the other day cleaning up.Went into town to repair and sell my trash. Heading back into the field I found him on his raptor waiting patiently just outside aggro range of the guards.Cool! my very own Horde pet! What, no achievement for that? Bummer.(Since those mines came up, if you play a mage and want to feel heroic, get on the tracks parallel to the big room where all the skinning happens. Cast slowfall and jump the gap, through the window, and spray arcane explosion as you drift through the room just over the floor, aggroing the whole place. It is *very* satisfying.)
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