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4-25-2011 @ 3:19AM
Alright, I do feel like an idiot for asking this, but I'm going insane.Where can I find these eggs?! I swear, I just spent an hour running around Tirisfal Glades and didn't spot a single one. Am I just that unlucky? Can they spawn anywhere within the starting zone, or is it within a certain proximity to the town? Where is a recommended area to look for them?I'm just struggling to understand the people that get hundreds of eggs so quickly...and I can't even find one! x_x/dejected faceHelp? :(
4-25-2011 @ 7:58AM
"As with Hallow's End, much of the holiday content is found in and around level 5 towns: Azure Watch, Dolanaar, Goldshire, and Kharanos for the Alliance; Bloodhoof Village, Brill, Falconwing Square, and Razor Hill for the Horde.""Brightly Colored Eggs (see right) will spawn in and around these towns for the duration of the celebration (April 24 through May 1 this year)."The eggs only spawn "in and around" the mentioned towns, so in Tirisfal Glades you should stay in Brill. The "and around" part is kind of misleading, in my experience the eggs only spawn directly inside the towns. The exact spawn locations of the eggs are not random btw, so it's helpful to remember where you have picked up eggs before, so you can come up with a route to check different spots for eggs.
4-25-2011 @ 8:06AM
"I'm just struggling to understand the people that get hundreds of eggs so quickly"It's basically just knowing where eggs can spawn and then flying (or running in the case of Falconwing Square) an efficient route along those spots and quickly picking up eggs before someone else does. It also helps to choose one of the less heavily frequented towns, which of course kind of depends on your server, time and hivemind thinking (I had the bright idea to go to Falconwing Square because I figured it would be nice and quiet, turns out a lot of people had that idea and it was actually more crowded than Brill). I'm guessing Razor Hill is always crowded though; its vicinity to OG makes it the obvious lazy man's choice.
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