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11-23-2009 @ 2:25AM
I don't know why everyone is whining so much about the turkeys. It's challenging, but not nearly impossible, and has only a small luck component. I thought it was a fun and difficult achievement.I started outside SW and made essentially a counterclockwise path around the forest. Run all the way to the edges and weave in and out. Look for your next turkey whilst looting the current one. If you don't see one in the immediate area, it is worth your time to mount as soon as you're done looting.Be scanning around for players... if you see one, mount up real quick after your kill and run a bit away from where they're running around.Being a druid is also very helpful... put on thorns to keep creatures from bothering you (they'll die after hitting you once), use travel form.It's not as hard as you think, do your best, and remember it's supposed to be fun AND challenging. :D
11-23-2009 @ 12:50PM
Erm. Druids. *Shakes her head*Sorry, but at the start of the event I saw so many unethical druids who were ninja stealing mobs out of other players hands because NOT everyone has instant cast skills with low mana requirements and short cooldown. Someone would run up to a turkey and bam, some jerk druid would moonfire it right as they tried to attack it. Oh I'm sure, Druids aren't the only class with unscruplous players being selfish, but they were in abundance that night.
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