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11-20-2011 @ 8:24AM
It isn't quite as active this year as it was last year. It was fairly enjoyable to bounce food off of people's head, trying to find an open seat (or more often than not killing the occupants of said seats), and annoying our guild rogues (and anyone else we could) by continually harassing them mid-raid with the little turkey blasters. It is quite amusing to see a raid consisting entirely of turkeys (and turkey pets) running around a boss frantically. I expect Alysrazor to be particularly entertaining this year, assuming I can get at least one of my guilds in on the fun.As always, the holiday dailies provide a very sizable amount of gold for turn-ins with the difference this time being that you can have them ready days earlier, so all of my characters will be sure to take advantage of that while they can (and with the rep tabard for the anniversary, it will also give a good chunk of rep for those who don't have it). Unfortunately I have only one character who needs his cooking still leveled, so most of the event will be logging in to turn-in pre-cooked food after the initial leveling. As for achievements, the only one that ever really took much time was the Turkinator which will surely be made easier with the implementation of flying in Azeroth. I do, however, foresee Turkey Lurkey to be a little difficult this year. My advice to those who would like this in an easy fashion is to get a buddy to create rogues alts of the races you need.
11-20-2011 @ 11:45AM
Unlimited trial = unlimited number of up to lv20 alts.Plus, as long as you have enough free space to keep another copy of the game on your computer, WoW is quite well behaved regarding running multiple copies of it. It's also fairly low-weight. Thus, keeping two instances running shouldn't be a problem for most players.
11-20-2011 @ 12:39PM
Thanksgiving may be an American holiday but the spirit of sharing with others is not. Thanksgiving for me transcends just pigging out on good food. It's a time to reflect on things you are thankful have in your life. To me it's a spiritual holiday. Unless you have nothing to be thankful of, I'm guessing if you have a PC and internet connection, there are 2 right there. You have it a lot better off than billions of people. Be grateful. life can change in the blink of an eye. Happy Pilgrim's bounty to all!
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