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5-02-2010 @ 1:06PM
I can accept the quests, but only from someone else's orphan. When I summon my own orphan, he appears and vanishes almost instantly; even if I can click on him, I can't do it fast enough to accept the quest before he disappears. At least the fraction of a second he exists is sufficient to count as having taken him to each place.
5-02-2010 @ 1:33PM
I'm having the same problem. Report it on the forums.
5-02-2010 @ 1:31PM
Someone reported on the official forums the same disappearing orphan issue. He said it was a problem with a pet AddOn he had. So try disabling any pet AddOns to see if that fixes the problem.
5-02-2010 @ 1:34PM
I had this problem with the shatterth orphan...until I realized it was livestock causing the problem. I have it set to summon a pet any time I'm out, but it doesn't register the orphan as a pet, so as soon as I land, I summon the orphan, which dismisses the pet livestock had summoned, and then livestock summons a new one, dismissing the orphan. If you are using livestock, type /livestock and then deselect everything from the critter menu.
5-02-2010 @ 1:35PM
OK guys, it appears for me it was the addon Livestock. Turned it off and everything's fine.
5-02-2010 @ 7:28PM
Livestock auto summon pet will replace the orphan with yours. Disabling it during the quests will help,
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