Breakfast Topic: Unofficial BlizzCon achievements

Natalie Mootz
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Natalie Mootz
October 7, 2008 8:00 AM
Breakfast Topic: Unofficial BlizzCon achievements

If you're going to BlizzCon, you don't have to wait for Echoes of Doom to come out to get a head start on racking up achievements, at least according to the playful commentary going on in the forums right now. Here's a taste of some of the humorous achievements they've suggested you can earn at BlizzCon.
  • I Have No Use for This - Try to sell a piece of junk to any vendor at BlizzCon
  • Ruler of BlizzCon - Survived both days of BlizzCon without sleeping, eating, and showering (Blue poster Bashiok begs you not to attempt this one)
  • Savior of the Public - Brought enough soap for yourself and at least 1 other person (takes achievement away from Ruler of BlizzCon)
  • I put on pants for this! - Worry about the fact that you're missing a raid with your guild
  • Defender of the Throne - Order a greasy, overpriced hamburger from the convention center floor and spend at least 2 hours on the john
  • Everyone's Best Friend - Buy a round of drinks for the Blues
  • The Not-So Magic Kingdom - Go to Disneyland in Warcraft apparel
  • I Want My Mommy - Utter the phrase "Don't tase me Bro!" as security comes for you
  • THEY GOT THE KEYS MAN - Intoxicate a Blizzard CM
  • Munchhausen - Complain about your class to Kalgan
  • Nerf THIS! -Yell and nerdrage at a dev during the class panel
  • Oops! I Did it Again! - Come to the convention dressed as a character not pertaining to WoW
  • Slayer of the Dragon - Hand out mints to five people with the "dragon" breath
Okay, now it's YOUR turn! Surely we can come up with even funnier ideas for BlizzCon achievements!

[Thanks, Andrew Anderson!]
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