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9-20-2009 @ 9:48AM
For those doing the Keg runs, do check out the new locations of apple barrels - they have moved since last year!
Quick guide to running the kegs.During the run there are two Apple Barrels you will use. The first is by the bridge, barrel (A), and the second is beside the road near Kharanos (B), opposite side to the little gnome house.Start the run and gallop full speed for (A), as you get to it, jump right next to it - this will keep you moving, but since jumping does not update your position until you land, you are standing next to the barrel for a bit longer.Turn to the right, and head up the hill, making a beeline for the pickup point. Just before the keg thrower is a two-part wall with a small brazier in the center. Depending on lag, you can pass at various points around this. To be save, just run around the far end of the small wall - if you notice you get the keg before making the turn, you can turn around the brazier or even cut across the first small wall as you make your turn.The important part now is to head for barrel (B) - you will get to it just as your fatigue hits 90 or 95. If you get slowed, you spend too much time going from (A) to the keg thrower, or went too far to make your turn.Once you've hit (B), take the half-second detour and return to (A) - it's possible to go from (B), drop off, then back to (A), but it's a close call - closer than your last call at (B).As you approach the drop off, you want to be heading to the right of the larger tree - just beyond that is a small flag/support in the ground. Rounding this (around a large mammoths distance from the drop off NPC) will get you your two tokens. If your keg doesn't drop, don't stand around waiting, get back to (A) and repeat the drop off leg.
9-20-2009 @ 9:49AM
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