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11-23-2009 @ 11:04AM
Once again, Blizz fails at making a holiday fun and succeeds at making it stressful and annoying.The Turkinator - I tried this at 5AM and there were STILL people everywhere hunting turkeys. I've been over 30 MULTIPLE times, only to run into an area completely cleared out by somebody else.Pilgrim's Peril - Somehow, somebody figured out how to destroy the chairs. I went to Orgrimmar to finish this achievement yesterday only to find that every single chair was gone. I wasted a half an hour waiting around to see if they'd respawn and they didn't. I had to logout there just so i could log back in after server restart and get it before they got destroyed again. And I noticed this morning there were only 2 chairs left standing in Elwynn.Turkey Lurkey - First of all, the gun mechanic is horrible. It doesn't tell you it only has one charge OR that it doesn't count if they're already in Turkey form (for christ's sakes, it should at least give you an error and not let you fire it if not simply refresh the turkey buff and still count.) Also, with the long cast time to fire it, its very easy to lose it to someone else who started casting it a half-second before you. Twice i've seen the rogue i had targeted turn into a turkey 1 millisecond before my cast finished. Too late for me to cancel it. And since it doesn't error or refresh the buff, i lose my charge. Secondly, even if the gun worked better, sitting in Dal all week waiting to find that one elusive race/class combo still isn't fun in any way whatsoever.Seriously, how hard can it be to make a group of holiday quests that don't rely hugely on luck, that aren't bugged, and don't require you to log in during off hours or sit in one spot all week? C'MON!!!
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