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11-22-2009 @ 6:06AM
Here's a question: how do you get Polymorph: Turkey? :-(
11-22-2009 @ 8:39AM
i dont want to spoil it, but once you get the turkey pet, keep it away from basic campfires...things will get ugly. :)
11-22-2009 @ 9:50AM
Here's an even better question:Where the hell do I find a dwarf rogue? :D
11-22-2009 @ 12:37PM
Yeah, it looks like it didn't go live. I'm sad too.
11-22-2009 @ 11:53PM
Alright. Clearly, some people are lacking a clear strategy for Turkinator.I failed. I failed once (at 26). Then...I realized it. Duh.Alright. Im a druid.Part 1: Macro/tar Wild Turkey/cast MoonfirePart 2:Remember to mount up after. Use speed increases that you have (The pally aura?)Part 3: Do not run around without a path your gonna follow. I am alliance. (I know, eww) I ran along the south river of Elwynn, in a straight line. I did not run aimlessly. This is important. Do not run on ground you have been on before. Once you run across, head north (or south) and do the path in reverse.Part 4: Look around. Notice where a turkey is. If you see one, go to it. Try and look for the turkey AFTER the one your running to.Part 5: Don't kill the turkey, until your in melee range. Thus, you don't lose time running to it and looting. Gives you more time on your next timer.Part 6: I did it at 4AM Server. I saw the horrors of Noblegarden Eggs. And I beat the surge of Turkey farmers. You should do the same. (Also a good time for Stranglethorn Grand Arena Master!)Hope that helps! I got it in no time.
11-23-2009 @ 10:35AM
I think you replied to the wrong post Twilicreep :/
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