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2-11-2010 @ 4:08PM
I am also in this boat. I always refused to do the holidays because they seemed like a lot of work and I didn't want to start them without finished them. (That's a thing of mine: I really don't like starting things that I may leave unfinished, and yet once things are started, I have no issue leaving them unfinished. Anyways...) That all changed with Noblegarden last year, since the achievements seemed simple enough that I realized I could do them all. That started it, and since then, I've done every holiday's achievements successfully. With Fool For Love under my belt, this will be the last one, and that Violet Proto-Drake will finally be mine.*sigh* Looking at that almost-complete meta of metas, I realize that is has been a long, strange trip. I begrudgingly did PvP achievements that brought me into a place that nothing else can motivate me to enter (battlegrounds), trick-or-treated hour after hour before that damn toothpick finally dropped on the second to last day of Hallow's End, and beat a boss I wasn't able to beat last summer due to sub-par gear thanks to Blizzard not updating his level and loot table. I'm almost sad to see it end. *Looks at the screenshots of the VPD on wowhead* Dammit I want to start this holiday now! Must! Have! Proto-drake!
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