This is me.
Note that I am staring at a post.
There is an egg that spwns at the top of that post.
I’m waiting for it to spawn.
Yep. Just… waiting. I did that for over an hour and a half today. Just… waited. For eggs. To spawn.
When Blizzard revamped Noblegarden, I think they envisioned people running carefree and willy-nilly all around the starting zones, gathering up eggs with gleeful smiles. Count on the WoW community to suck the fun out of everything. People just camp the spawn points, which forces me to camp a spawn point too if I want any shot at eggs.
(I found a much better spot than this in another town where I am standing among three egg spawn points)
Complain all you want about the drop rate on the Love Fool quests. At least it was a little exciting. When I was short a couple of candies of the meta-achievement, I really felt the pressure. As the time left in the world event ticked down, I made sure to go for a bag of candies at every opportunity. Each time I opened a bag of candies I got a rush of anticipation (usually followed by a slap of disappointment). Still, it wasn’t dull.
So thanks for the effort, Blizzard. Unfortunately, this holiday has turned out to be dull. To cater to those who whined about the drop rate of the candies, Blizz made everything purchasable with chocolates. If you have patience to stand and stare at a pole for hours and hours, you too can get the Noblegarden title. You don’t even have to move.