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12-09-2008 @ 1:18PM
Should have told the beggars to go find the good spots themselves. Anyone who has enough time to email WOW Insider about a good place for farming eternals has enough time to go look for themselves. It seems there are some folks who would rather just be told where everything is instead of finding things for themselves. That's a pitiful way to play the game.
12-09-2008 @ 1:39PM
Can't say that's fair. Learning about efficient ways to farm things isn't as simple as looking up "crystallized fire" on Wowhead. An efficient place to farm stuff has to take into account a variety of issues - how densely packed are the mobs, how fast do they respawn, are there other mobs around, how difficult are the mobs to take down, do they have a habit of dropping "nothing" which skews their drop percentages on Wowhead, do you have to fulfill certain requirements to access them, how popular is the spot, etc.If this sort of information doesn't deserve to be consolidated, what does? It *could* be obtained through other means, but this is a useful guide if you have a couple different kinds of elements to farm up.
12-09-2008 @ 2:15PM
It takes some time to look up the stuff and go to the areas to test it. As a casual player, it's nice to have it all done for me. Then, I don't have to waste my limited time doing "homework" for a game.
12-09-2008 @ 2:20PM
Really? Elitism over tips on where to find good farming spots? Is this what the community has come to?
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