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4-27-2009 @ 4:25PM
"I dont care if you run around and pick up eggs that no one is camping."When every spawn point is being camped by at least one person, what option does that leave a player? Ninja, or take up to several minutes to get to another starting zone... where, again, every spawn point will be camped.These eggs are INTENDED to be ninja'd. That is why we have the egg baskets with the speed buff, so you can race people to the eggs. First one who grabs the egg wins! Parking yourself on top of the spawn point doesn't mean you're entitled to every egg that spawns there. I had a pretty fun time early Sunday morning running around Dolanaar with Aspect of the Cheetah on, bursting with the basket every few seconds, grabbing up lots of eggs. And happily ninjaing many of them! I'd never ninja (intentionally) a mining node, or skinnable kills, herbs, whatever. But eggs? Definitely. We're meant to run around finding eggs, not sit still for hours hoping to be the first to click the egg fading into view. Stacks & stacks of chocolate, in probably a fraction of the time of the campers. Had they been running around, too, they'd have had the same. Had no runners or 'ninjas' been around, they'd have had more eggs... but not nearly as many as if they ran around as intended.Quit camping, start running, and ninja any & all eggs you can get to. Takes just a few hours to complete the achievements, even if RNG isn't kind to you. We're meant to compete for the eggs, and that doesn't mean "staking a claim" on the egg on the windowsill.
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