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9-28-2011 @ 8:11AM
I can't take credit for this idea but somewhere on another breakfast topic or queue a poster mentioned a fishing holiday. I thought this would be awesome. Sending people all over to get fish from all corners of the world. Go into a dungeon and fish up a boss to kill. We could have it in March. For August maybe a corn festival or some kind of summer faire. Yeah I know we already have midsummer. Maybe an ice cream festival?
9-28-2011 @ 10:28AM
A corn festival.Would the holiday boss of that be He Who Walks Between the Rows? o.oThe questgiver would be Malachai. *nods* In fact all the holiday NPC's would be the Orphans from Children's Week. We will finally get to see what they are up to the rest of the year! Or they could be the Goldshire Kids. They would fit well with this too.
9-28-2011 @ 10:37AM
You just creeped me out! But I do like the idea. So many good ideas here. Hope someone from Blizz checks them out. Btw, creeeepy movie :p
9-28-2011 @ 12:02PM
I would be scared if they made that a real holiday. XDBut it could be fun near Halloween. They could go all out and be silly with random spawned elites wearing masks and chainsaws that would terrorize the populance. Though I know people get irritated when too many pop culture references happen at once so maybe not.
9-28-2011 @ 2:51PM
Have the Children of Goldshire take over a town. No NPCs at all, just kid models wandering around.
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