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4-27-2009 @ 3:04PM
Yes, excellent. Send more people here ... so my own spot stays sekrut.
4-27-2009 @ 3:40PM
From my experience, *not* camping is the fastest way to get them all. And Azure Watch is definitely the best place to get them all as well.Depending on the activity of the day, doing a constant circle around Azure Watch will net you a constant stream of eggs in next to no time. While everyone else is camping and waiting for spawns, you're picking up all the loose eggs that nobody is getting.This means their spawns will appear faster, and so will yours!I also noticed that there's one egg that everyone seems to miss. There's an egg that appears under the forge; not that one. On the right of the forge, an egg appears in a basket. I see people run past it without noticing all the time.
4-27-2009 @ 6:46PM
I completely agree, Blizzard did work this excellently, camping is not the way to do it. Far more effiecent to run around.
4-28-2009 @ 12:40PM
Problem is, too many campers discourage people from running around. A lot of the mentality is, "If I move, someone else will take this, better one than none." And it's true if the area is litterally fixed with tons of players all with the same intent of getting eggs.The only time you can even move and loot is when it's 3 am in the morning - when everyone is sleeping.
4-29-2009 @ 10:12AM
Agreed. You have to run around, why do you think they put in an ability to do the 'Egg Rush'. By constantly using Egg Rush in Azure Watch I got many more eggs than this guide gets you. I would run around the building (including the spot in this guide) and including the star shaped monument in the center of town. You just have to not care about people camping eggs and not have any reservations about plucking them out from under them. Half of them are afk and just sitting on the spawns anyways.You may say its rude to take the eggs that people are camping, but I feel that its rude to try to 'claim' an egg spawn spot. That's not what Blizzard intended for the holiday and there's no reason you need to play the 'sit and camp a spawn' game.
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