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Thursday, April 8, 2021

WoW: New event rewards also for standing around for hours

You can complete the Nobel Garden event in World of Warcraft without any racing and, in the best case, in less than two hours.

The Nobel Garden event in World of Warcraft is fitting for the Easter season. In this event, you’ll have to find Easter eggs scattered around the world and will be rewarded with chocolate, which you can exchange for special festive items. Or, you can simply stand around for two hours to achieve the exact same result.

Waiting instead of searching

This is what Reddit user rob0tparty did. Because instead of running around for a long time to find the Easter eggs, he found a place where he can collect more than 10 eggs per minute at best times without taking a single step.

How long does it take? To really get all the rewards, you need a total of 1150 Easter eggs. Using rob0tparty’s method, this means that you can even complete the event in less than two hours with a perfect run.

However, in order to achieve such a high rate, you must not be disturbed by other players during the endeavor. That’s why rob0tparty only makes his position public after he himself has already collected all the event rewards.

So the probability that you will have similar luck at the farmspots is not given. Of course you can try it anyway.

More gold thanks to Easter event

You can also use the Nobel Garden Festival to enrich yourself with some luck. We’ll explain exactly how this works, along with other tips, in our guide to farming for gold.

WoW Shadowlands Gold Farm Guide: How to get rich fast

More achievements in WoW

World of Warcraft players often get carried away with interesting actions. However, they are not always as effective as the Farmspot presented here. One player, for example, has made it his mission to reach level 60 without ever leaving the starting area.

The Youtuber Dr. Five, on the other hand, wanted to recreate the South Park episode “Make Love, not Warcraft” and reached the maximum level by simply killing pigs for days.


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