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4-27-2009 @ 3:02PM
Well done. :)
4-27-2009 @ 6:59PM
Meh, seems like too much running for me, but the picture is AWESOME for people who haven't yet gotten the title and currently looking for spots to camp out. The guides I've read elsewhere basically tell you to go to a less-populated Alliance town, like Dolenaar or Azure Watch...but don't mention where. So this is a slight improvement imo...but still could use work =PI've also seen all of these spots on the map camped out by players, both experienced as well as new to WoW, which is a shame =(.I'm a critic lol, sorry =/Another good spot: the giant purple crystal in the middle of the town where the Noblegarden vendor is. There's at least 5 or 6 egg spawns over in that tiny area around the crystal. If you face the vendor, and go to the first side on the right of the crystal, there's 3 egg spawns that are spread out like a triangle that you don't need to move your character to get to. I camped them out for a good 3 hours with another guy competing with me on the clicks...and I got all the chocolates I needed for the title yesterday afternoon. What can help: periodically going /afk so your spot won't look as suspicious to others around you.Hope this helps!
4-28-2009 @ 9:19AM
Meh...There is a spot in Dolonar ( I never spell it right) that has a fast fast spawn rate and you have 6 eggs all within about 2-3 seconds run.Gathered 380 eggs inside of 2 hours at that spot.Got everything, including 5x bunny pet, then just travelled around did the requirements and dinged the title.I think a whole week of this one was excessive as easy as it was.
4-28-2009 @ 10:58AM
Ok, here's the secret spot for the Horde:In Falconwing Square, get on the garden in the right side of the Tauren female npc. There you can click on four egg spawns totally without moving.I got 350 eggs in two hours this way with two guys in the same spot.Polymorph Rabbit FTW! :D
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