The best place to collect eggs for alliance is at the bottom right corner of the inn at Dolanaar. The corner of the building that is facing the cooking trainer. there is a bush that hugs the exterior corner of the building that has about 5 spawn points within 10 yards, so you shouldn't have to move at all. I hope that this helps anyone out.
There is a better one in Dun Morogh near a tent, tree and crates which has access to 4 spawn points without you needing to move.
Heh, I think the undead female will be moreof a problem.. on the upside Wintergrasp will be the easy solution... now I just gotta be ready to take the bunny ears off (I am a female dwarf after all) Is it like a buff that you can click off?
Yay, I finally got my first title! :DGetting the female Dwarf was the hardest thing for me.
I struggled with the Female Orc but apart from that rather painless little event, thanks for the guide and im glad i get up early at weekends :)I am on the long journey towards the Proto Drake only just under a year if i manage to do all the rest that is :D
well after 95 eggs i found the rabbit companion :D
After I bought the pet for 100 chocolates, 3 of them dropped in 2 hours...Found a female dwarf in Un'goro.Oh, and I didn't get score on females, who already had ear buffs... Don't know why
I am a mage as you can see, I went with a 40 main raid group right into Ironforge to find a female dwarf. Got myself over 100 honorable kills might I add. I got everything possible to get from Noblegarden and also sold stuff like pants, shirts and dresses for 10 gold each. I have looted about 1000 eggs all up (I was camping a place in Bloodhoof where 3 of them spawned so every 1 or 2 minutes id pick up 6 eggs) and I am making more cash then I normally would doing a day of dailies! :D I AM HAPPY! Love You For Making This Holiday Blizz!Love ConfusedMage...took me about 6 hours to get all them eggs, I think (hey whos counting?).
Gratz Miyari another helpfull guide :D
As soon as the event started, I bumrushed to dolanaar and began my egg grind. Thankfully, nobody was there since it was like what? 4:00 in the night? Got all my stuff done in one hour, moved on to the harder achivements and eventually had everything done by the time the server started repopulating. Woke up today, figured I would go see how Goldshire is doing - 100 people running around backstabing eachother for eggs. Made me smile.One thing that made this entire randomgarden worth it : The bunny ears, my god I will never take them off my female human paladin. EVER!
Worth noting that there are a fixed number of eggs active at a given time, so when one is looted, another one spawns at a different spot. This means that the most efficient way to collect them is:If it is busy-stick to one spawn point and wait for it to respawn as people will most likely be picking up eggs within a few seconds of their spawn causing the one where you are to respawn.If it is quiet-Run round picking them up as they will respawn a lot more slowly at each given point.Hope this helps.
Look again at those timestamps. That's 12:10 PM. 12 hours and 10 minutes after the start of the event.
"Clopert the Noble"7:44am... with breaks.. I think that's the most I've been bothered to do something in a while :PA quick tip in case it wasn't mentioned, do a /who for the zones and see which has the least, then go to that one. And play offpeak. Will save plenty of grinding.And Polymorph: Rabbit is adorable :P
Easiest holiday event. About 4 hours total to complete all of it. I doubt the next will be so easy.
thanks for another great guide:D