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4-10-2010 @ 2:29PM
I got the noble title on my level 6 bank alt. Her hearth is in Dal, and the Dal portal to the CoT is not level contingent, so I corpse-hopped her to Tanaris, Thousand Needles (BTW, the Shimmering Flats, just north of Gadgetzan do count as the Thousand Needles), Un'guro for the achivement there, and Sithilus. I got a warlock to summon me to Desolace, and ran to the Badlands, with just a few Coprse Hops.
4-10-2010 @ 2:44PM
Daaaamn. Props. Wish I'd thought of that... but my desire to fully blingetize my lvl 5 bank alt isn't great enough to make me spend all of my Saturday corpse-hoping around Azeroth.
4-10-2010 @ 3:12PM
On a semi-related note, I'd like to thank the kind soul on my server who managed to get a level 20 female Dwarf up to Dalaran and sit AFK all day while everyone threw ears on her. I don't think I would've found another female Dwarf if it wasn't for that.
4-10-2010 @ 3:30PM
And here I thought I was doing well getting it done on my level 20 bank alt (leveled her up to 20 so I'd have a mount). Props to you for that much corpse hopping.
4-11-2010 @ 4:40AM
I just completed Noble Gardner with my lvl 4 Warlock, Maspuntos. Special thanks to Prizmreign and his Grand Ice Mammoth, he gave me a lift back to Un'Goro, after I corpse-ran it earlier with no luck on having someone to turn me into a bunny. Last year I did it on a lvl 5 mage.
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