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11Dec/112

Stealthing to Hiram Creed

I'm getting a lot of traffic from people looking for instructions on how to actually stealth to Lord Hiram Creed. Before I say anything more on the subject, I want to say this:

YOU ARE A ROGUE! IF YOU KNOW YOUR CLASS YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIGURE IT OUT! THE BEST PART OF ROGUERY IS FIGURING OUT WAYS INTO PLACES YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE AND GANKING SOMEONE! HALF THE FUN OF THE QUEST IS FIGURING IT OUT ON YOUR OWN! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE AT LEAST TRY TO FIGURE IT OUT ON YOUR OWN!

That out of the way, I previously posted about the engineering HALO route I took (and how my old PTR route has been made MUCH more difficult), but I realize there are many non-engineer rogues out there who are still trying to get the path figured out. Recently I came upon another rogues blog that has the best detailed instructions on how to actually stealth in to assassinate Creed. Squelchy has written an excellent guide with pictures showing the positions of the guards and patrols etc. If, after reading my above shouting, you still need stealth directions to get to Creed, check out his article, Slouching Toward Gilneas: the Stealther's Guide to Hiram Creed, part one. He hasn't posted about the actual combat with Creed, I assume that will be part two, but I have that covered in a previous post.

Squelchy seems to be a pretty cool rogue, and I'm glad I stumbled onto his site. There's just one problem with him. He's a gnome. I like gnomes, really I do... just I like them tenderized and fileted with a bit of garlic and butter. The most fun part of the dinner prep is the tenderizing, but I guess I'll let it slide this time...

 

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  1. Thank you for the link, Trocar! I’ve been meaning to put you on my rogue blogroll and I’ll try to do so as soon as I have time–I like your stuff!

    As for your irrational taste for gnomes, I’ll let it slide, if only because you’re also an engineer.

  2. GOBLIN engineer… ;-)


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