Turkey Lurkey also requires Goblin and Worgen Rogues.These are listed correctly on the achievement page and in the mouse-over, but not in the guide section.
Does anyone know what's the highest lvl of cooking you can get by doing these quest?
Time to put my rogue in the closet for a week! Or have my pvp tag on and stand in a neutral zone so people get my pvp tag.I really really really hate this event
No table on stonard anymore, its now in bogpaddle
So nothing has changed its still the same borefest as before
Very nice guide here! I found it very helpful as all Wowhead guides are. I also appreciate the comments too; they are the appendix to the Guide! As for me I'm thoroughly enjoying this event - it's a hoot! I don't care about the What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been achievement. If I get it in my lifetime, great, if not, WoW is still fun for me. I never took part in this event in years past and I've been playing WoW (off and on, more off than on) since the vanilla days. As a level 83 Alliance demonology warlock going into this with level 385-ish cooking, I was able to complete all but 3 of the achievements in one day. All that's left for me now are The Turkinator, Turkey Lurkey, and Pilgrim's Peril (and for that one I managed to sit at the table in Silvermoon so far). Of those, The Turkinator intimidates me the most. Then again, I also got my cooking skill up to 420 for my efforts! What I DO care about are the minipets. And hey, if after accomplishing all the achievements I get a new companion AND a new title? Well, that's worth it to me. ^.^Cheers!
Does the Rogues in Turkey Lurkey have to be stealthed? In case they dont, you can have your friend make every race/rogue and use it on them as lvl 1.Also the other way around, you would have to find stealthed rogues from the opposite faction, which would be very difficult.
Only one thing I don't care for much is all the back and forth traveling there is to do: i.e. finish a quests in Elwin forest to deliver it to Darnassus to go back with another quest to Elwin forest. etc. I mean I'd like it moreso if say there were 3/4 quests to do at the same time in the same area, THEN go to another area, do those quests and come back to deliver... or something like that. Other than that, it's awesome cooking xp! I was able to come just 5 trainings from completing that profession!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Stop and smell the roses... enjoy the beauty in art!
This holiday is also known and "Mage Appreciation Week."
the first time i saw this Event i thought an easy way to lvl my cooking that was until i had to chase those darn Turkeys however it was well worth doing
You will get credit when the rogue is on mount. however it will be immune to the effect but if u check your achivement tab, it will still light up as completed
Is there anything new for this year? Can't find anything so far, read through it all. Anyone know?
My level 13 gnome monk now has 435 cooking because of this holiday stuff.
Why Pandarians don't celebrate Pilgrim's Bounty?Why not; isn't Pandaria in Azeroth; aren't Pandarians joyful Food Lovers?I've been looking almost all over Pandaria for a Bountiful table because the 10% buff "The Spirit of Sharing" grants is an interesting proposal for someone grinding Pandarian reputations, but sadly, couldn't find one.Please Blizz, let the Pandarians join the celebration :D
Not sure if anyone has mentioned this already as I'm in a hurry and don't have time to check through all the comments, but the section of your guide dealing with the Achievement "Terokkar Turkey Time" states:
Additional info - there are bountiful tables in both Dalaran and Shattrath. Dalaran is, I believe, in the center area, and Shattrath on the western side of the Terrace of Light, almost directly across from the flight point.I spent a vast amount of time looking, and calling in trade chat, with no answer, before I found it. I realize there are only 2 days left, but this really should have been corrected, wowhead folks.