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5-04-2010 @ 5:22AM
I had a mixed bag getting my achievement. AB was a cakewalk. Jumped down to the mine with orphan in tow and started capping the flag. Another Rogue was there defending it, but when they saw I wasn't trying to defend myself, just repeatedly trying to cap the flag they backed off and let me do so, and *then* finished ganking me. AV was even easier, with Horde and Alliance both camping/recapping their own towers so everyone could get their achievement and GTFO. EotS took some fighting to get, and I actually had to get the flag twice because the first time I stupidly tried to mount up while holding the flag(damn it). But persistence paid off and I eventually got it. But then it was time for FUCK YOU WARSONG GULCH! FUCK YOU WITH A FLAMING STICK COVERED IN ACID! FROM HELL'S HEART, I STAB AT THEE... Sorry, got a little carried way there. Suffice it to say, every time I tried that, all I got were Hordies who wanted to roflstomp anyone who was there for the achievement, and eveyone who wasn't, and eveyone who was respawing at the graveyard. It really was that bad. *But*, by taking time out between FUCK YOU WARSONG GULCH! Sorry, it's a reflex now. *Between matches*, I'd work on the orphan quests for a while and try again, and eventually, I finally got a cooperative Hordie who was willing to help. And I ganked him twice in a row out of reflex and sheer spite(if they're reading this, whoever they were, I'm sorry. Shouldn't have taken it out on someone who was trying to help). But I eventually realized they were being decent, and settled down and let them help out. I even tried to repay the favor, but apparently the other hordies didn't need it, but still wanted free HKs, which I gladly gave 'em in payment for *FINALLY* getting this done, and because I did heartlessly gank that nice Tauren twice in a row and really had it coming.So yeah, it's done now, but it wasn't all /hugs and sunshine to do it. Just half.
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