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4-27-2009 @ 3:23PM
The fastest way is not to camp.Seriously, unless EVERY spot is camped, the eggs are not moving around all that fast. It is the people roaming about grabbing them as soon as they appear that even let the campers have some.Places like falconwing square, yea, you can camp. But any large place is right out.My wife and I were camping for close to an hour and got about 25 eggs each. Our friend was running about and had close to 80 in the same time. We switched to that mode and even with ignoring people's camping spots and competing with him and a few others we were doing an easy 60+ an hour.30eggs/hour is nothing compared to that.
4-27-2009 @ 3:28PM
And yes I am aware he said 15 minutes. No one will get that with people grabbing some while you try to act sneaky. It just doesn't happen.
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