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3-29-2009 @ 8:06AM
tauren hunter, pitchfork. (now I just need overalls for her, maybe a straw hat)
3-29-2009 @ 8:37AM
Oh dang you just reminded me to get a pitchfork for my druid :)
3-29-2009 @ 1:10PM
To the author of the story.., why don't you go to the barber shop, change one tiny thing, you get the achievement, and then change it back. It' s not like there is a cool down or anything or it's permanent. Just a thought...
3-29-2009 @ 4:49PM
To the author: you can even just buy the haircut you already have and still get the achievement. That's what I did on my bald, no-tentacle draenai.
3-29-2009 @ 11:15PM
That doesn't work. I'm the same as the author though myself. I've never once considered changing how my character looks and though i've looked at the barbershop options there is nothing i'd rather have. I don't really see the point in changing my appearance and changing itback again just for the sake of an achievement though and in some ways i consider it a slightly different kind of achievement to opt out of some fo them. For example i have the achievement that involves killing various critters, however i don't have the Squirrel loving one despite the fact it's within my power to do so. I do have 4070 achievement points though so it's not like i don't enjoy the achievement meta game.I think sometimes it says more about your character to not do a thing than it does to do everything.
3-30-2009 @ 4:37PM
Yeah. My main is a priest, and I've walked into t the Barber shop many times and clicked through all the various options and just can't get myself to spend the gold for any of them, that just don't 'fit' her. I've done it on all my other characters, just to get the achivement, but I'm always happy with the change. I know I could just do it, and then set it back, but that seems like such a waste of money for just a silly achievement.
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