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6-18-2009 @ 8:33PM
Starts the 21stI got almost all of the achivements done last year - It's the only seasonal event i really care about. I ran around all of Azeroth on my paladin, making a ton of money and getting a large part of my Explorer title. I just need to visit 1 guy in Teldrassil, juggle some torches, spin around a pole and kill Ahune, then I'm all done.Should be doable in a couple of hours
6-19-2009 @ 3:00AM
I don't see how that is possible since the Midsummer festival was well before 3.0
6-19-2009 @ 4:55AM
Achievments before 3.0 tracked on completed quests only, which led to some gaps. But midsummer is almost entirely quest based, so I'm already sitting on the capital city fires acv. So yeah, this is entirely possible.
6-19-2009 @ 8:32AM
Yup, I've already got credit for everything except Torch Juggler and Burning Hot Pole Dance.
6-19-2009 @ 1:40PM
The sad thing is, I did this the first year the festival was out, but I skipped last year as I HAD everything at the time. Little did I know about achievements and that some of the stuff would count towards it or I would have done those stupid quests again... I hate running into Ogrimmar and trying to run out. There’s also one piece of crap player out there who has to try to kill you for a free kill when it’s the guards doing all the work for him.
6-21-2009 @ 4:49AM
And there you go - Got the final achievment for 'Flame Warden' about 1 hour after I logged on.Ahune is -not- a lvl 83, he's still 73 (for those who wondered).He still drops level 70 items.
6-22-2009 @ 7:56AM
@tumlerenI've never done Ahune but shouldn't he be 72? I thought only raid bosses were 3 lvls over the players.
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