Let’s say you’ve been asked to kill 40 turkeys. I don’t know why, maybe a friend dared you to do it.
And let’s say this friend said, not only do I dare you to kill 40 turkeys, I dare you to kill each one within 30 seconds of each other.
You should have two responses.
First, take this person off your friends list! What kind of friend would ask such a crazy thing of you?
Second, bet them 100g on the spot, because you’re going to kill those turkeys AND get paid for it!
Here’s what you do.
- Prepare yourself with some Tracker Snacks. If you can’t cook them yourself, find someone who can or buy them off the AH. Pay whatever outrageous prices people are asking, because time is money, friend!
- Go to the zone of your choice – Elwynn, Trisifal, the Fjiord, wherever – eat a Tracker Snack, enjoy watching your minimap light up with all those yellow dots, and then…
- Go scouting. Don’t skip this step! Ride around and find 2-3 groups of turkeys, all close to each other. In Elwynn I found a LOT of these areas -around Stone Carin Lake, Ridgepoint Tower, Jasperlode Mine – I settled for the far side of the Eastvale Logging Camp and Ridgepoint Tower. I hear the area south of SM in Trisifal is also good, but the specific spot matters less than that there are lots of Wild Turkeys there right now.
- Now you’re going to make a macro. If you’ve never made a macro, now’s a good time to start. If you don’t like using macros, tough, because your reputation and money are now on the line. And it’s a simple one — Line 1: /target Wild Turkey, Line 2: /cast (instant-cast damaging spell). That’s it. Put it on your action bar.
- Put on your speed boots – you have speed boots, right? – put your pet on passive, and go hunting! Always be moving to the next yellow dot. Ride whenever you are not in combat, and run when you are. DO NOT STOP TO LOOT. Kill turkeys until you’re tired of killing, and then kill some more. Don’t stop until you get [The Turkinator].
- /dance, then go kill 25 more Wild Turkeys – this time, loot them. You need the meat for quests.
Once all that is complete, go find your friend, gloat, and collect your bet.
(If the friend was hypothetical, you can just gloat to yourself.)
Enjoy your shiny new achivement!
6 responses to “Cyn’s Turkey Hunting Guide”
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Either your server is seriously overcrowded, or… well, I just don’t know.
When I tried it on my Druid, I meleed them dead in Travelling Form, looted all but 3-4 and never came close to not having the next turkey available.
Even on my Rogue it was really easy. FoK, loot, mount, ride, repeat.
I was told people had to kill ~100 to get the 40 in a row on the first evening, but even on Sunday it was quickly done already.
The right spot makes it really easy. I think a lot of people are spotting a few Turkeys and start hunting immediately, instead of seeing what’s out there. I’ve been able to do it fairly easily now that I know the right places to go.
Even if you can’t find an instant attack spell of turkey doom, /attack will do fine for melee classes. I put charge in my macro so that about every other or three turkeys I could outrun someone. 🙂
I did this last night on my baby Warrior and *loved* it. Charging the Turkeys is fantastic!
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