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1-22-2009 @ 9:12AM
Now if they'd only remove the stupid Drink a brew each month for a year achievement from the brewfest meta achievement, I could have a chance. Of course, that would mean that I wouldn't have to pay about £100 on subcription to get the achievement, so why would they do that...Also, as my main is from a new(ish) server (Blade's Edge EU) and we haven't had even one Children's Week, Brew-Fest is probably the least of my worries.
1-22-2009 @ 11:37AM
(And by that, I mean there's a lot of other achievements which are time sensitive for getting the Drake, not specifically Children's Week)
1-22-2009 @ 10:34AM
I have to agree with you. I really think that it should be changed from drinking the Brew of the Month brew each month to just being a member of the Brew of the Month club. They removed the much easier Perma-Peddlefeet achievement from the Valentine's Day meta, so this small modification would make it a lot more reasonable.
1-22-2009 @ 2:18PM
As well, didn't they cut the brewfest brew of the month club halfway through before? If it happens again, any subscribers who shoveled the coins into that are screwed. Then again, it's only what I've heard.
1-22-2009 @ 5:17PM
I only found out about the brew of the month earlier this month, I wasn't even subscribing during the 2008 brewfest, why should I have to wait 2 years for an achievement...
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