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5-03-2011 @ 8:06AM
I would think that a guide to children's week would go over the quests and the rewards (especially the new ones), not just the achievements. This is clearly only an achievement guide. And really, do we need a guide on how to use our hearthstone with our orphan out?Additionally, telling people not to worry about bugged achievements isn't particularly sensible, as Blizzard won't give you credit for achievements that you SHOULD have got credit for but didn't. I missed out on the cake achievement last year because it was bugged, but did they refund my cake? Nooooo. Could I try it again? Nooo, because it took me 2 days to get a response and Children's WEEK was over by then.
5-03-2011 @ 7:04PM
Umm..it's the OverACHIEVER...so yes, it's basically just an achievement guide, the same for all of the other OverAchiever guides. A guide for the quests is pretty pointless, IMO, since there's no real difficulty in finding anything quest related (basically, go here, go there, buy some stuff for the orphan, return the orphan). And no, we don't need a guide for how to hearth w/ the orphan out, just to know that it's one of the required achievements for the Children's Week meta (and why it's not nearly as detailed as the other sections).
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