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4-27-2009 @ 8:15AM
normally I wouldn't camp any spawn, but when every spawn had 3-4 people staring at each I had to do something. I anticipated Azure Watch to be the least crowded being the most out of the way spot. I was not the only one with that idea. It was probably the most crowded given it was the smallest town out of the four. Once I had enough for my pet, I traveled to the other towns to get the next part of the achievements.Dolanaar was first, being the next in line. It was as crowded but the spawn points are more spread apart, making competition seem less bothersome. Eggs are a little harder to find here, the bushes tend to be bigger than other areas.Goldshire was next and by far the worst, I didn't spend much time here to test the hunting.Kharanos seemed the best area, and maybe it was so because when I got there it was 4am local. It was much less crowded and I found a spot covering 4 spawn points, but not so badly that I would always be first, the runners still had a jump on me because I only half of the time was actually looking at the screen and instead browsed while i did that to keep the boredom at minimum. Took me an hour in Dun Morogh to get another 150 or so when some of the items needed for the quest dropped and I didn't need the eggs to purchase them anymore, so I ate my 100 and then ran around to complete the other achievements. Made "The Noble" later that day, waited for my human female guild leader to jump on so that I could ding the achievement on her. This is my first world event I really attempted for and it wasn't too bad, just don't take it too seriously like some people were. I am a true casual, started playing in november and I just started heroics a couple weeks ago, this is my very first title and I am very proud of it. TL:DR - Go to a quiet spawn point, do other stuff while you egg hunt, it can be done by anyone. i am a noob.
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