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4-02-2009 @ 4:18PM
The fishing achievement is an achievement because of the pain of fishing in enemy territory. If I see a Hordie fishing in IF, he dies. When I head over to get that achievement, I will allot an entire day to doing it because I fully expect to be ganked. A lot.
4-03-2009 @ 11:43PM
I too typically leave the opposing faction alone when fishing, crossing my fingers that others will be as chill when I walk into IF to fish. As for the Arygos server, there's been a slight truce on both sides to ease the day long process of catching the fish. When I see Hordies killing Alliance, I casually mention that there's a truce re fishing, but I won't stop them from getting an easy kill if they desire to "wipe the pond clean."
4-02-2009 @ 4:55PM
Or you could just do it during the Wrath Gate quest line and not have to worry about it...also that a good time to do the low level instance in Ogri. Just a thought.
4-02-2009 @ 5:00PM
4-02-2009 @ 4:59PM
I feel kinda bad for the Horde, though. There's just nowhere to hide in Ironforge. When I fished up Old Crafty in Orgrimmar I just hid in the waterfall and wasn't ganked a single time.
4-03-2009 @ 3:50AM
If they didn't want fishermen ganked they shouldn't have given achievements for killing players in home cities imo. :)Why is opposing faction achievements more important than mine? *Melts fisherface*
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