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4-27-2009 @ 8:41AM
I managed to finish on my main without too many issues. In fact, it was quite a party. Of course, I started it as the event was just starting. It was very busy, but the jerks hadn't shown up yet. I'm now working on it for my alt, as she is a mage. I wasn't going to bother.. but decided I couldn't pass up the bunny polymorph. My experience has changed tremendously.. and not for the good. I've remained quiet and not bothering anyone by simply sitting at a spawn point. I've been harassed, slapped, tormented, IMed and called named, etc. It's really sad.. considering how FUN it was early on. My two complaints.... 1) Bliz needs to extend the spawn area out.. perhaps to the entire zone vs just right around the central cities. This would help a LOT with the frustrations and harassment going on out there. 2) I worked REALLY hard to get my elegant dress last year. Same with the little black dress at Valentine's Day. These were once special items.. that I loved to wear around town. Now.. they are just.. eh.. whatever.. *everyone* has one. I think they should have used a different dress and tux now that they are so easy to obtain.
4-27-2009 @ 11:54AM
"1) Bliz needs to extend the spawn area out.. perhaps to the entire zone vs just right around the central cities. This would help a LOT with the frustrations and harassment going on out there."This might sound good, but then you'd have to run back and forth all across the zone to find eggs. Ride from Kharanos halfway to Gnomeregan (or Razor Hills halfway to Sen'jin or whatever), only to have someone get there right before you, and then you ride the same distance in the opposite direction...I'm taking it slow. Relatively slow, at least. I got halfway to the Chocoholic 100-egg achievement and realized that if I do the daily quest through the rest of the event I'll probably get most of the achievements just by looting 20 eggs a day. So now I'm not going to buy anything from the vendor until the last minute. Most of the problems people are having could be avoided by not trying to do the event right when everyone else is.
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