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2-08-2009 @ 2:21PM
Now that I've already posted once, I am reminded of an experience I had on the server where I grew up. My first toon was a hunter and I was after Rak'Shiri. I was a 57 dwarf and therefore had no access to Shy-Rotam, so that blue cat was pretty important to me.I spent four days standing on Frostsaber rock using Eagle Eye to rotate through his spawn points. He finally spawned one morning around 5 AM eastern time. I hopped on my ram and took off, only to find him already being tamed.By a troll.A lvl 60 troll.That could have gone and gotten the guaranteed spawn with the same skin.Did I mention this was a PvP server?Long story short, I was a wee bit late for work, but the rez timer eventually saved the day when he finally died to me and the gathered frostsabers while trying to get a tame off about 6 times. He was able to respawn about two seconds after I FINALLY got the cat tamed without getting shot or attacked by a stealthed frostsaber.The most satisfying part was watching my new cat tear his face off when he tried for vengeance without a pet.So i ask you dear readers, was I right to gank him and steal the animal he was trying to tame? Actually, don't answer that. I don't care what you think.And neither should your wife Rossi. Tell her to do what I did. Go to your favorite mexican restaurant, buy a pitcher of Dos Equis, and toast your success all night long. Anytime anyone asks you what you're celebrating, yell "I CAUGHT THE MAGIC KITTEH!" at the top of your lungs. Yeah, you'll eventually be asked to leave, but who cares?YOU CAUGHT THE MAGIC KITTEH!
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