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1-22-2012 @ 9:17AM
Lunar Festival was always that holiday I would never do on alts. I'd do it once on my main, and then ignore the event, however I know I would end up beating myself up over it later, because some alt at some point later is going to wish he had done it (ie: "oh crap, I'd have all the achievements if I had just done the Lunar Festival"). I tend to blame it on the event coming right after a string of many better events--Brewfest, Hallow's End, Pilgrim's Bounty, Winter's Veil... because everything tends to be focused around that "post summer to new year" time, by the time it's past new year, I'll feel like a break... and then be ready for when Valentine's Day his around in-game. I'm kind of worried if it will be impacted this year as a result of my goals. I think it'll be interesting.This year I'm going to strive to get it on everyone before the event ends. I'm going to honor literally every elder, everywhere, on all three of my level-capped toons (druid, warrior, and DK respectively). This won't be really a test of time (you can do each toon in in no time at all nowadays, what with flying) but more a test of patience. All of that traveling will be soul-crushing, and I know it.All I can say is: This year, I'll be ready. So bring it on.
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