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4-26-2009 @ 8:13PM
I'm sorry but after doing this event for most of the day, having eggs stolen under you, waiting and waiting and waiting for the right drop... who in their right mind would want to form a FUN easter egg hunt with friends and guildies o.0 That sounds completely ludicrous to me. Am I alone?
4-26-2009 @ 8:17PM
You are not alone, after doing all this stuff today, running around a massive dungeon looking for an egg is the last thing that I wanna do. if my gm would ever decide to do this I'd simply /gquit.
4-26-2009 @ 8:20PM
But if you hold it in any non-starter zone, there'd be a lot less stealing of eggs going on because fewer people there would be looking for them.
4-26-2009 @ 8:30PM
Stolen please.If you don't camp them, you will get 3-4 times as many eggs. You're doing it wrong if you're in one place and not running around like a prediabetic lagomorph.
4-26-2009 @ 8:31PM
It also kind of bugs me that Easter is over. I know technically this isn't Easter, but yeah it kind of is. I love this holiday, but why did they wait until after Easter?
4-26-2009 @ 8:42PM
Running around doesn't stop the douches from being douches now does it?
4-26-2009 @ 8:44PM
Not to mention that it was so packed on my server that every spot had a camper. The only sensible thing to do at this time of day is wait for someone to leave and take their spot.
4-26-2009 @ 9:25PM
I don't know why it would take you so long unless you are seriously not searching efficiently.I collected around 4 eggs per minute very easily. Simply find a good location in a busy town where around 3-5 eggs spawn in close proximity. Then camp. An egg should spawn in front of you roughly every 5-10 seconds. Even with other people running by and ninjaing an egg from you, 4 eggs per minute is a very reasonable expectation.
4-26-2009 @ 10:15PM
I actually got more than that. But the drop rate on the pants is killing me.
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