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5-19-2011 @ 8:05AM
Silithids. @_@ Still to this day, every time I have to deal with those buzzing little freaks, I just want to leave whatever zone I'm in and run back somewhere safe. I don't know what it is, but I'm guessing it's something about the way they move, or how their nests are these alien places with GIANT TWITCHING LEGS STRETCHING INTO THE SKY....yeah.
5-19-2011 @ 9:10AM
I couldn't agree more. Silithids give me the fantods.
5-19-2011 @ 9:18AM
Oh, I agree so much. The only reason I do Silithus is for the Exploration and Quest Achievements. Otherwise, I run screaming. I hate those bugs. Don't get me wrong, I love Creepy. I love Duskwood during Hallows End. hehe. And other creepy zones, I just hate the over-sized bugs and their twitching hives.Shinanji
5-19-2011 @ 10:42AM
5-19-2011 @ 12:12PM
Clicked on this post just to say.
5-19-2011 @ 12:20PM
I actually squawked and jumped backwards when I first saw the GIANT TWITCHING LEGS in Tanaris. Oh my freaking gods. Fortunately, my horror has eased down into a creeped-out fascination.My latest freakout moment happened when I went into The Master's Cellar under Kara for the quests down there. I hate basements. Hate 'em. That place is downright creepy.
5-19-2011 @ 2:49PM
I'm right with you. I can't stand being next to those giant hives. The buzzing...the buzzing!
5-19-2011 @ 8:20PM
Ditto. Most of the old-timers in my guild know that Darias "doesn't do bug places". It took me a LONG time to even do AQ (read: well after it was live content). The reason? I spent most of my time through level 40 (way back in the days of vanilla when wow was barely six months old), soloing EVERYWHERE. Spent so many of those stupid quests where it was "Hey, go into that big cave of bugs and do stuff for me..." that the sounds of them make me shiver.IRL? No problem with bugs. In game? Heebie-freakin'-jeebies.
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