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4-27-2009 @ 5:58PM
"The whole point of an easter egg hunt is running around finding eggs, not just sitting in one spot and camping them. Last night all the spawn points were heavily camped on my server. Since all those points were camped does that mean I'm not allowed to participate in the event? "You had time to play ninja on *3 separate characters*. You could have time to be polite as well. There are likewise multiple folks here stating they found running around *without ninja-ing* they were able to find eggs spawning.You could also find a separate zone to gather in, which is what I did, but then I know that people in game judge me based on my actions. People do take note, and you will be placed on ignore for being a jerk. What did I get for my efforts of going to a less camped zone? Met a new friend, shared a 4 egg node with him. In a short time he got the dress I wanted, which he gave to me. After I got the bunny drop, there was nothing additional I wanted, but I had excess chocolate eggs. Using my eggs, I bought the pants and shirt he wanted, and gave them to him. He no longer needed to gather more eggs and could move on to the next leg of his achievements.He ended up on my friends list, I'm on his. Likely we will help each other again for a future achievement. I'm a healer with BIS gear, this person is far from it--but you can bet, in a second I would go heal a 5 man for this person for demonstrating such fine character.There are several people who ended up on my ignore list as well--as a healer, let me assure you that sometime, somewhere they will need me to get something done. Being on my ignore list means I won't even so much as pug a 5 man, much less an alt raid or anything else.You can justify it all you like, but in the end you are demonstrating your self-centered character trait.It's not necessary to be a jerk to get your achievements done.
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