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4-27-2009 @ 1:42PM
Honestly, what seemed to disturb those of us who camped most wasn't by someone who just happened to zip by, snag an egg, and go on their way, it was when they resorted to basically try to horn in on a camp and see who could click the fastest. I can't see that as defensible behavior, and if every last spawn point is camped (and I don't doubt that's the case in a place such as Goldshire), you just go back later.That being said, I would much rather have had the event structured so that camping wasn't possible or efficient (it was very efficient for my lock), but that's really the point I'm driving at: the event is setup to cause people to irritate each other, and that didn't have to be the case. Hopefully, the event will be improved next year by implementing some of the improvements suggested by myself and others in this thread.
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