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Nerd with even more time on his hands than us
« on: December 04, 2009, 02:32:01 AM »
   Taiwanese nerd beats World of Warcraft

A Taiwanese man has become the first person to finish nearly everything in the popular online game World of Warcraft, according to an online report.

The MMO Champion website reported the man's character "Little Grey" is the first to complete every achievement in the game, reaching 986 out of a possible 986 points.

Along the way he's virtually slain 390,895 creatures and died 8,543 times while completing 5906 quests, an average of 14.6 quests per day. That means he's played for about 400 days.

The historic achievement has become mired in controversy, however, since he's technically missing a recently released achievement.

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