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7-19-2011 @ 2:07PM
Please post again, if you ever discover that has a schedule. It would be nice to go and have a look (without having to camp the spot, for ages).Thanks for sharing!
7-19-2011 @ 2:24PM
Yes, please do! I can't recall a more interesting Easter Egg than this, even better than the developer lake in Southern Kalimdor.
7-19-2011 @ 2:26PM
Pretty sure it's tied to the same mechanic that determines when Onyxia Deep Breaths.
7-19-2011 @ 3:35PM
After seeing this mentioned in yesterday's 'The Daily Quest' column here, I went to investigate around the web and take a look myself.According to the blogs that posted this and wohead, this seems to be on a spawn timer of about 6 hours, probably starting to count after they fey-drunk darters have sung.I flew over there at midnight last night, and was incredibly lucky, as the darters were there and started singing withing 30 seconds of my arrival! :) I went there again today because I wanted to show some friends, and saw the first darter spawn at 13.45h. It then took exactly 3,5 hours for all the darters to appear and to start singing. A new darter pops up every ten minutes or so, until there are seven. And then.. you wait ;)I've also seen reports of them starting to sing 10-15 minutes after they have all spawned, so I am guessing it could be anywhere in a 70-210 minute period.
7-19-2011 @ 3:39PM
(Ugh.. excuse the typos.. *wowhead* *the* *within* ... I can spell, I swear. Also.. longingly awaiting the new comment system that hopefully has an edit option..!)
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