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4-27-2009 @ 1:31PM
While I myself have spent some time camping egs and can understand people getting annoyed by people running by and grabbing them, I don't really think you can make this an etiquette issue. This is supposed to be an egg hunt, after all. If anything the campers are the ones who are going against the spirit of the game. I'm not saying campers should stop camping, because that often is the most efficient way to collect eggs, but complaining about someone running around doing the event the right way is not defensible. Now people who come and stand on top of your camping spot and compete with you that way are a more obvious etiquette breach, but if that's the only way they can compete, what else are they going to do? (Aside from try it later) The real failing of this event is that there's not a better system (or any) to discourage camping. Because having done it both ways, actually hunting is a hell of a lot more fun, if not more efficient.
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