Noob Hunting

Posted: September 23, 2010 in Guides, Hunter, Rambling, WoW

Good evening dear followers and fans.

Today we’re going to talk about Nazrololgoth’s artistic side. He may look like a bold, old Orc but nothing could be further from the truth. Nazrololgoth is making art everyday in Azeroth, and today we’re going to talk about artistic killing. Let me illustrate with an example:

Step 1 – Finding the spot

The first thing to do is finding a good spot to get your artistic kill scalp. The best places are roads where noobs travel between zones, but anywhere where there’s a road works. The Alliance scum feel safe on roads. For this example I chose the road between Duskwood and STV. The scum has no business being there.

Step 2 – Setting the trap

Set your trap on the road.

Step 3 – Hide and wait

Hide behind a tree, a rock or somewhere where the Alliance criminal won’t see you.

Step 4 – Watch your prey step into the trap

If you play on Frostmane like all cool people you won’t have to wait too long. The restricted areas policy is broken a lot by the alliance maggots. In this example Hayabooza from the guild Exq thought he could kill innocent animals in STV. No! Restricted area!

Step 5 – Move in for the kill

Now use your skills to take him out. Needless to say this scum didn’t know what hit him.

Sincerely Yours,

Natzrololgoth,

Master Hunter of the Horde and Frostmane Legend

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  1. […] Posted on September 24, 2010 by pvpmasters We here at Morgue Than Words believe in art in all kinds of forms. Personally I like to make artistic kills and Natzagaroth builds statues out […]

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