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7-21-2011 @ 5:36PM
Pain in the ass Achievement.Not only is it totally random, but you will keep missing the fountain again, and again. You need to stand in the middle of the fountain, and about 10 feet back, then you will get most of your casts, with an occasional "Did not land in water".If you are levelling up your Fishing, you can vendor off all the greys at the trainer right there. And when need be, just step forward, get training, then step back.You will occasionally land on the edge of the fountain water, and the water here is considered the sewer water, and shares the sewer water loot table. If you are on the quest that has you fishing in the sewers, you can pull up the item right here.And the goldfish, the damned goldfish. Once you get to the point where you aren't getting too many junk catches anymore, you will start getting goldfish almost non-stop. That is the only thing on the loot table other than coins. If you are too high a level for it to be useul, or don't have a pet that can eat fish, you will be vendoring hundreds of these damn things. And the coins will repeat themselves multiple times. You will eventually get to the point where you need only one or two, and get the same damn coin 4 times.
7-21-2011 @ 5:57PM
Make a macro that does /cast fishing over and over, or whatever it is. Its slightly annoying, because you will get an error message every time you case, but on the plus side it will make it so that you always get a successful cast off.
7-21-2011 @ 10:31PM
I would be VERY careful making macros to spam.When you had to spam /chicken almost 100 times to get the hidden quest "Cluck!", people would use macros to do it. And if someone reported them, Blizzard took it as spamming. Even tho it was to get a quest. Even tho you weren't meaning to spam other players. They actioned players for doing that.And especially after this big thing with the player named Swifty getting banned, if someone (i.e. GM) sees you spamming a macro, even tho it doesn't produce a text line, and even tho you are legitimately using it, I wouldn't want to provoke an overly-caution GM.
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