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7-13-2011 @ 8:40PM
About Cultivation, actually, u don't have to be the first one to click on the hearb to get it. You farm so fast, u can beat someone already farming it, as long as he isn't almost done. I've stolen thousands of plants from people who were convinced they already had it. So the racial is pretty damn OP if u wanna farm :)
7-13-2011 @ 9:22PM
I believe that was changed in 4.2 or after on a hotfix*
7-13-2011 @ 9:44PM
u sure about that? I haven't farmed in a while on my tauren, gonna have to go and try, though I didn't see anything on the patch notes about this. My bad then.
7-14-2011 @ 2:11AM
Actually, that is correct, you can snatch them away from people. I've been farming up herbs hardcore on my druid and all too often I'm able to snag the herbs an Alliance is going for while they are picking it. I believe you have until they get to the loot window, once they get there you get an already in use error. I call it... Herbalism world PvP for a PvE server. lol!
7-14-2011 @ 2:15AM
This is very weird ... I could have sworn I read a blue post about this getting "fixed." But after doing some more research, I can't find anything to suggest that Cultivation was changed. I think I'll take the whole damn sentence out, just to be safe. *_*
7-14-2011 @ 2:47AM
I was fixed on Skinning (I think) but I'm not sure if it affected herbing and mining or not. I think mining has always worked like this though.
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