How to: Pilgrim's Bounty - Thanksgiving Holiday Achievement Guide! Plus Cooking 1-430 Cheap!

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This year's Pilgrim's Bounty began, November 20th and ends November 26th, early morning.
This is a pretty easy Holiday Achievement and worth doing whether you're looking to
finish your "What A Long, Strange Trip It's Been" meta achievement, if you're wanting
to snag a Plump Turkey, the Pilgrim title, or if you're just bored looking for something
fun to do.
To get started, look at which achievements you haven't done and try to focus on them
first. I'll use a character that has zero achievements and guide you through the whole
holiday quest line and achievemtents.
First up, talk to a commoner in any major city and then head to Undercity if you're
Horde or just outside of Stormwind if you're Alliance.
Once in Undercity, turn in the quest from the commoner and grab all the quests in the
ruins. Start by sitting at any of the tables and eating the food for that chair five times.
Then, pass the food and move on to the next chair, eat five times again, and then pass
the food. Keep doing that until you've eating at every chair. You should get the quest completed
called, "Sharing a Bountiful Feast" and the achievement "Sharing is Caring".
Next, you'll want to see the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor and buy the cookbook. Click the cookbook
and inside it'll have five recipes which you'll need to complete quests and achievements.
Learn them all. Then, start by buying 220 Autumnal Herbs, 350 Honey, 90 Simple Flour,
90 Mild Spices, and 85 Ripe Tirisfal Pumpkin.
After you get all your supplies from Undercity, make 90 Spice Bread to get started. What's
awesome about this holiday is you'll be able to level up Cooking very easily and cheap.
After you reach skill level 50 in Cooking, see the trainer and learn Journeyman Cooking
and continue on making Spice Bread. Once you get all 90 made, make 90 Spice Bread Stuffing.
Don't forget to save making five for later since you need to actually make them when
you have the quest. This should get you to over 100 in Cooking skill so now you can learn
the Pumpkin Pie recipe. Next, make 85 Pumpkin Pies. When reaching Cooking skill 125, talk
to the trainer again and learn Expert Cooking. Then, continue on making Pumpkin Pies until
you've 80, then stop for a second, turn in Spice Bread Stuffing and grab the Pumpkin
Pie quest. Finally, make the last five Pumpkin Pies which should get you around Cooking skill
level 170 or so. You'll then want to learn the Cranberry Chutney recipe.
At this point you won't have any mats to continue leveling so instead, we'll just head outside
into Tirisfal Glades to get the "Turkinator" achievement completed while collecting Turkeys
for another quest. Just run through the land killing Turkeys and looting as you go. You
have 30 seconds between Turkeys to loot them and find another Turkey so you can continue
stacking the buff. This is extremely easy especially during non-peak times. Once you
reach 40 stacks you'll get your Turkinator achievement. Keep killing Turkey's though
until you loot 45 Turkeys. Oh and you can make a macro like /tar or /target Wild Turkey
if you think it'll help you.
Next, hearth to Orgrimmar and head outside to Durotar where the Bountiful Feast tables
are located. Once there, turn in the quest Pumpkin Pie and grab the quests Cranberry
Chutney, Can't Get Enough Turkey, and Don't Forget The Stuffing! Since we already made
the stuffing, turn that one in and choose any item except for the boots. We're going
to need a Pilgrim's Hat and either a Pilgrim's Attire, Pilgrim's Dress, or Pilgrim's Robe.
I'll pick the Pilgrim's Hat.
After that, buy 90 Tangy Southfury Cranberries and make 90 Cranberry Chutneys. When you hit
over Cooking skill level 200, see the trainer and learn Artisan Cooking. Then, continue
on making Cranberry Chutney until you've made 90. This should get to around Cooking skill
level 234 so, learn the Candied Sweet Potato recipe. One of the mats for this is sold only
at the Pilgrim Bounty feast are in Thunderbluff so fly over to there or get a port.
Remember to sit at a Bountiful Table and get the Spirit of Sharing buff for the Pilgrim's
Paunch achievement before going to Thunderbluff. Once in Thunderbluff, just fly over to the
elevators and you'll see all the Bountiful Feast tables. Talk to Dokin and turn in Cranberry
Chutney. He'll give you another quest called Candied Sweet Potatoes so grab that and head
over to Mahara who will give you the quest Easy As Pie. We already made the pie so just
turn it in and pick a reward. I'll go with the Pilgrim's Robe.
Next, we'll open up our Cooking panel and make 85 Candied Sweet Potatoes. When you get
to Cooking skill level 275 or more, talk to Mahara again and train Master Cooking. Then,
keep making Candied Sweet Potatoes which will grey out at 295. You can then learn the last
Pilgrim's Bounty Holiday recipe, Slow-Roasted Turkey.
This is good time to mention the "FOOD FIGHT!" achievement. Whenever you're at any of the
Bountiful Feast tables no matter the zone and you see another player at the table. Target
them and start passing food their way. After a few passes you'll start throwing it and
get the "FOOD FIGHT!" achievement.
Finally, when sitting at a Bountiful Table, get the Spirit of Sharing buff for the Pilgrim's
Paunch achievement and hearth or port back to Orgrimmar. Fly out to Durotar and turn
in Candied Sweet Potatoes. Then, grab the quest Undersupplied in the Undercity. Next
cook up 40 Slow-Roasted Turkeys even though you have 45. You need to save 5 for doing
a quest later on. As of right now, you can really make as many as you like since this
item is bugged and even though it's suppose to grey out and not give skill points at 330,
it's giving skill points beyond that and a crazy two at a time. Enjoy it until they hotfix
it. At Cooking skill 350 or more, learn Grand Master Cooking and all the recipes available.
Then, turn in Can't Get Enough Turkey and choose a Turkey Shooter. You'll need these
for a later achievement.
Ok, so next tele or take a zep to Undercity. Once there, turn in We're Out of Cranberry
Chutney Again?, pick a Turkey Shooter and then turn in Undersupplied in the Undercity
and grab Slow-roasted Turkey. Then turn in She Says Potato and pick a Turkey Shooter
for the reward. Nice you'll also get the Pilgrim's Progress achievement for doing all the holiday
Next, head to the orb and tele to Silvermoon. Head out the front door and find the Bountiful
Feasts tables and get the Spirit of Sharing buff for the Pilgrim's Paunch achievement.
Now hearth or port back to Org once again then fly out to Durotar. In Durotar, make
five Slow-Roasted Turkeys. This'll give you the "Now We're Cookin'" achievement for cooking
all the different types of food.
Wow, I'm loving how Slow-Roasted Turkey is bugged in a good way and it looks like we
got two points for each Turkey we made for quite awhile but, at Cooking skill level 405
it starts to give only one point for each one and at 430 it maxes out. Are you seeing
this? Not bad huh. Some nice pretty much free levels for cooking. Hell we went from 1-430
just by making the Pilgrim Bounty stuff. Pretty awesome and now to turn in Slow-Roasted Turkey.
Alright so now that all that is done you should have 60 of all foods except for the turkey,
three Turkey Shooters, a Pilgrim's Hat, and a Pilgrim's Robe, Dress, or Attire. To get
the other Turkey Shooters that you need for Turkey Lurkey, just do the dailys and use
the left over food.
Probably the hardest achievement to complete for the Pilgrim's Bounty holiday is the Turkey
Lurkey. You'll have to shoot 8 different race rogues which can be hard to find. You'll need
a Turkey Shooter for each rogue you shoot and you should have three after completing
all the quests on your first day. After that you'll need to do the dailys to get more.
Start by shooting all the rogues in your major capital city and then either try battlegrounds
or enemy cities for the others. Having a friend make a level one for you to shoot can make
this achievement easier.
Another achievement for this holiday is Terokkar Turkey Time. You'll have to go to the Outlands
for this so get a port to Shattrath or go to the portal trainer in a major city, use
the Blasted Lands portal, go through Dark Portal, and use the flightmaster to fly to
Terrokar. After you land, go to Sethekk Halls. If you want a chance at the Raven Lord mount,
set it to heroic. Also, if you can, ask a friend who is a rogue or druid to come along
with you. Since we're overpowered 85s now, it's a joke to stealth to Anzu and kill him.
After he's dead, make sure you and your friend have your Pilgrim's Hat and Pilgrim's Attire,
Dress, or Robe on. Then, pull the Talon King Ikiss and own him. Once he dies, you and your
friend should get the achievement even if you are sitting at the front of the instance
afk grabbing some cookies. Mmmm cookies.
Let's see... next we'll do Pilgrim's Peril. It's pretty easy. Just hearth back to Org
and fly to Felwood. Fly from Felwood across the ocean to Darnassus. Don't worry, you won't
die from fatigue. When you reach Darnassus you can take the portal into the middle of
the city but it's just as easy to fly up into Teldrassil. The Bountiful Feast Tables are
located at the east-side of Darnassus. After you find them, make sure you have a Pilgrim's
Dress, Robe, or Attire on and sit down in any chair to get credit. You don't have to
eat anything which is good since you've probably eaten too much as it is. Next, fly back to
the dock and take the boat over to The Exodar. Since Exodar is part of the Burning Crusade
expansion the ocean has an invisible wall preventing you from just flying there. I'm
a noob and forgot about this so I enjoyed a fatigue death. Just take the boat.
Once in Azuremyst Isle, head to the east-side of the Exodar, sit at a table, get credit
for the achievement, and hearth back to Org. In Org, take the zep to Grom'gol and fly north
through Stranglethorn, Duskwood, and then Elwynn Forest until you get to the front entrance
of Stormwind. Then, just fly down to a Bountiful Feast table on the outskirts, sit down at
a chair, and fly out of there before you get rocked. Picking an offpeak time will help
insure you don't get killed.
Finally, we'll do Ironforge. Either take the tram or fly north to the front of Ironforge.
Pick the table on the south edge, take a seat, and complete the Pilgrim's Peril achievement.
Oh and the guards here are pretty close so expect to aggro them like I do here. Just
run like hell and hearth away afterwards.
After a few days you should get the Turkey Lurkey achievement completed which will give
you the "Pilgrim" achievement that awards a nice new "Pilgrim" title and a Plump Turkey
Well, that's pretty much it so grats to all of you on your new achievements, title, and
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