Roastin’ Turkeys!

17 Nov

Where are those giblets?

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Yep, it’s that time of year again, Pilgrim’s Bounty is back for a short 7 days, November 21 through the 27th.

What I try and do with this segment is make your WoWing more efficient, and holidays are always a great way to advance some part of your character’s progression in some way. I personally don’t care about holiday achievements, but if you want to quickly level cooking on a toon or three, time to tie on that apron and grab a glass of sherry!

You can level your cooking from 1 to over 330 in less than an hour. First, go to Stormwind or Undercity and pick up your Bountiful Cookbook, which contains all the recipes you’ll need. Start by making Spice Bread and Spice Bread stuffing to skill 100. Next, make pumpkin pies to 160. Get over the Orgrimmar/Ironforge and make Tangy Wetland Cranberries to 220. Fly on over to Thunder Bluff/Darnassus and make Candied Sweet Potatoes to 280. Finally, go hunt wild turkeys and make slow roasted turkeys to 420 330! (420 wasn’t discovered until after the holiday launched, thanks for catching this!) Don’t forget to train your cooking as you level!

You can follow me @epicdiapers and follow my blog and hear all of my segments at epicdiapers.com.

And remember, it’s hard to balance the pew pew with the poo poo.

Sihx

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3 Responses to “Roastin’ Turkeys!”

  1. areth November 25, 2011 at 5:59 pm #

    Using this procedure I was able to level cooking to 420. Yes, the Slow Roasted Turkeys greyed-out long before that, but I was still getting skillups (2 at a time for a while) so I just kept going.

    I topped out on two alts at 420, so don’t sell yourself 110 skillups short!

    Areth

    P.S. Keep up the good work on The Instance. As a parent of 2, I’m always looking for ways to get the most out of my (minimal) time in Azeroth!

    • Epic Diapers November 26, 2011 at 7:23 am #

      Thanks for the tip, I started hearing this on day one of the holiday. Good to know that the extended it this year, even if it’s grey!

  2. areth November 25, 2011 at 6:00 pm #

    Um… re-read that you went to 330, not 310 which is where my bad math came from ><

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