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7-06-2011 @ 11:36PM
There's an undead rogue NPC who occasionally ambushes an NPC near the crashed plane in Nagrand. If you kill him and save the victim NPC you get a reward.The rogue is dressed in an old rogue tier set and jumps and circles around actively and spazticly (if that's even a word) just like a normal ganker would, as well as seemingly use the same abilities and rotations used by rogues at the time. It's not really "bored" per say (unless you consider ganking a bored activity), but it is very player-like.
7-07-2011 @ 10:40AM
Not really a "bored" npc, but I love the gnome Mage who walks around and turns on all the lights in dalaran at night, when he's done he sells you a little wand that can also turn the lights on.
7-07-2011 @ 11:22AM
There's a sort of similar quest on Azuremyst-- there are Draenei Younglings wandering around. If you cast Gift of the Naaru on one that's fighting a wild animal, they'll give you a quest. (Sadly, non-draenei can't do this-- normal heals don't work.)
7-07-2011 @ 3:08AM
He's pretty rare, IME. I only saw him for the first time by accident a couple of months ago, and I've been playing since BEFORE BC came out. Didn't even know he existed for four years.
7-07-2011 @ 8:15AM
Anyone found out what this NPC is called? Tried browsing wowhead & wiki to no avail.
7-07-2011 @ 9:39AM
Pretty sure that's Gankly Rottenfisthttp://www.wowhead.com/npc=18297/gankly-rottenfist
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