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4-08-2010 @ 8:50PM
The hardest achievement I have accomplished would have to be the feat of strength "Insane in the Membrane". I am located on a low population RP server (The Scryers), and have been an avid fan of RP for many years. I am the GM of a medium-sized guild on the server, alliance side...and though it is not an RP-based guild, it has a very strong theme. My guild's name is and, as you may have guessed, it is based around the theme of a 'sanitarium'. I first stumbled onto this feat of strength almost a year ago when it first was released. I did some research, and wrote it off as the obvious..."insane!"But the more I thought about it, the more I began to desire "the Insane" after my screen name. It just seemed so utterly perfect for my guild's theme...So I decided to start.It took me six long, agonizing months of rep-grinding, gold farming and determined focus to earn the title, but on April 4th, I finally did it! For a while, I had thought I would be the first on my server, as I had not seen anyone else with it yet. As I got toward the last month or so, I learned that there were at least 2 others on the server with it already, and dozens chasing it, right along with me. It was the only thing I did when in the game..I checked the AH religiously, searching for the items I needed. I did countless math problems to calculate exactly what I needed to do and when. I relentlessly advertised my interest in acquiring items..Dire Maul, Strat and Scholomance...I lived in those instances for months. Hours and hours of repetition. But the most difficult portion of this feat of strength was supplying the impressive amount of resources that it took to achieve it. I farmed constantly, set up a dozen bank alts, borrowed from friends and started watching the economy like the stock market.All in all, an extremely difficult achievement to earn, but very worth the effort!
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