Regarding your edit , I am curious why you removed the Deed Involvement section. If anything, I would think it should have the Enmity of the Goblins deeds added, if those deeds are in fact incremented by defeating Zanskík. I have found that named and rare creatures do not always contribute to the deeds, the same as most normal unnamed creatures. I added that section when I observed that the goblin slayer deed was in fact incremented by slaying him. RingTailCat (talk) 09:52, 1 September 2012 (EDT)
- I do not really have any strong opinion in either way about this but...
- ... what value do such an entry have for a guy that most players will face only a very limited number of times? I mean, you won't go hunt down Zanshík to fill these slayer deeds, do you?
- Yes, killing him adds +1, but the value is IMHO nonsense as you won't really slay him more than a few times, compared to the amount of goblins you must kill for the deed. However, +1 is +1 and I do not really have a stronger argument than this. -- Zimoon (talk) 10:22, 1 September 2012 (EDT)
- Well, actually, ever time I have a character out in the Shire doing those low level deeds, I make a point of offing (at least once) as many of the rares as I can find. I even have one character (a lore-master, actually) that collects all the special drops. That's just one of the ways I have fun with the game! RingTailCat (talk) 11:13, 1 September 2012 (EDT)
- We are all completists in different ways, heh. Similarly with the discussion of loot drops over on RTC's page - if it doesn't hurt, then I say let people who care about precision on a subject be precise about a subject even if it seems trivial to others. What would be nice would be some sort of SemanticMediaWiki magic that could detect which deeds a mob was involved in and list them with no further work on our part. More food for thought, heh. Sethladan 13:39, 1 September 2012 (EDT)