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1-23-2009 @ 8:10AM
I would also like to expand this to flight masters, AH personnel, etc...jerks
1-23-2009 @ 9:26AM
...mailboxes, BG vendors....
1-23-2009 @ 11:22AM
Didn't Blizzard add to pole to the mailboxes so you had something to click on when the masses accumulated around it? Or was that pole always there and I never noticed it before? That being said, I was in IF on my gnome trying to send materials and there were 2 mammoths around the mailbox. When you are trying to send something and getting more and more frustrated, it's easy to forget there are three additional mailboxes in IF, one over by the tavern, one by the tram entrance and the other in the Military Wing. While not "convenient" to the AH/bank run you're probably making, the one in the Military Wing is rarely used. The experience did give me a reason to issue my very first "executive order" in the 13 months my guild has been in existence. Any guild member caught covering the mailbox, meeting stone, auctioneer, quest giver or flight master with a mount will receive a private reprimand. And before you all go, "Ooooh, she's mean. I'm quaking in my boots," I reminded guild members that this is just plain rude and you have no excuse for doing it. If you have to go afk at any one of these places, back out of the way. Thanks for giving vent to a pet peeve I hear a number of people express on a somewhat daily basis.
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