Okay, I's sure all you buggers already knows this from reading Vertically-Challenged Huntard, but just in case here's all the details fer our Running of Da Bulls race:
Step the First: Roll up a level 1 Tauren on the Cenarion Circle server (not Cenarius - the ain't the same, no way, no how). Any sex, any class (except paladin; no holy cows). DO NOT leave the starting area, do any quests, go anywhere, or acquire any gear. You is encouraged to strip down to yer skivvies in order to gets better aerodynamifications.
Step the Second: Show up Saturday, May 3, before 4:00 pm Server time (is 7:00 in NY, 6:00 in TX, 4:00 in CA). Get yer game face on
Step the Third: There will be a voluntary Moo salute for Sharvan. More on that farther downs.
Step the Fourth: Run. Run, you glumpernuggin' cows, run! Get to Hammerfall in the Arathi Highlands as fast as them big lumbering legs can. BRK done thoughtfully laid out a course here, but you is not required to follow it. Feel free to cut corners, exploit terrain, swim the lake, take the boat to Booty Bay, or run through the Western Plaguelands. Just so long as you gets to Hammerfall without teleporting, enchants, warlock summonizing, spirit rezzing, aspect of the lazy huntard and his friends, etc., etc., etc. Sure you could cheat if ya wanted to, by why would ya wants to? It's the journey what be the fun part.
For thems what ain't Horde, there's a zeppelin tower just outside Orgrimmar (don't go into the city itself). Zeps is just like boats - one comes by every few minutes. The Zep on the south side of the tower takes ya to Undercity (the zep what docks on the north side goes to Stranglethorn Vale, where the zombie pirate nagas is).
First person to get through to Hammerfall and open a trade window with me friend Zinzi be the winner. Once we gots a winner, I'm gonna start clearing mobs from near the road fer to make it easier fer people to get by - don't want nobody being stuck and frustrated.
Okay, about that moo salute I mentioned. Yesterday BRK and me's friend Sharvan passed away. Sharvan were friendly and nice and fun and a good person to have around, but most of all she liked to say "moo". I never knew quite why, but she said it with such enthusiasm and panache what it didn't matter why. It were just who she were, ya know?
BRK asked me yesterday if I thought dedicating the race to Sharvan would be okay, and I tolds him I thought it were a damn fine idea. Sharvan once told me she felt silly things were good things to have, and I think she'd have really gotten a kick outta several hundred taurens all mooing together. So, at 3:59 we's gonna invite you shaggy buggers to join us in saying "moo" as a salute to her memory. Is entirely optional, but please keeps in mind that silly don't mean it can't also be respectful. Thankee.
So there it be. Saturday May 3. Cenarion Circle. 4:00 ST. Gonna be fun - hopes ya can make it.