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Pilgrim’s Bounty Guide and Tips Alliance/Horde

Pilgrim's Bounty

Pilgrim's Bounty

Pull up a chair, grab a sizable helping of your favorite food, and prepare to reflect on the year's good tidings -- you're invited to Pilgrim's Bounty!

The festivities start this Sunday, November 21, and continue all the way through next Saturday, November 27. Try your hand at cooking, hunt down a wild turkey with friends, or throw tradition to the wind and participate in an all-out food fight. There's fun for everyone, so we hope to see you there!

Bountiful Tables

Bountiful Tables are the centerpiece of the Pilgrim's Bounty celebration. They're loaded with tasty treats and surrounded by interactive chairs that allow you to eat and share food with other players via the action bar.

A Bountiful Table is laid out with five different Pilgrim's Bounty foods, one in front of each chair. Each chair has an unlimited supply of one food, and they are conveniently labeled: The Sweet Potato Chair, The Turkey Chair, The Stuffing Chair, The Cranberry Chair, and The Pie Chair. While in a chair, you may eat as much of that food as you like, as well as pass servings of that food to other players sitting in the chairs. Share the bountiful feasts with your friends!

If you eat five helpings of any single food, you'll gain benefits unique to that food. In addition, if you eat five helpings of every food, you'll gain the Spirit of Sharing, which lasts one hour and increases all reputation gained by 10%. This is accomplished much faster if you work together with your fellow feasters at passing food to one another.

Daily Cooking Quests

Pilgrim's Bounty also plays host to a series of daily cooking quests designed to help chefs master their craft with seasonal recipes plucked from a Bountiful Cookbook. These quests require players to travel between the major cities of Azeroth and to fill the stomachs of armies with seasonal food. The reward for these quests is a Turkey Caller, a prize that ensures that the accomplished pilgrim will never go hungry again.

If you're interested in learning the Pilgrim's Bounty's recipes, speak with an NPC outside any major city. Stuffing and potatoes are easy enough to put in front of a fire, but if you want to cook a turkey, you'll need to catch one first. Un-sling your trusty Turkey Shooter and prepare for the hunt.

Locations

Major Cities (Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdom Only): Stormwind, Ironforge, Darnassus, Exodar, Orgrimmar, Undercity, Silvermoon City, and Thunderbluff

Minor Towns: Goldshire, Kharanos, Dolanaar, Azure Watch, Razor HIll, Bloodhoof Village, Brill, Tranquilien, Ruins of Thaurissan, Shadowprey Village, Falconwing Square, Stonard, Hammerfall, Revantusk Village, Light's Hope Chapel, Wildhammer Keep, Chilwind Camp, Southshore, Tarren Mill, Sepulcher

While we understand that this is a troubling time for Azeroth, we still encourage everyone -- perhaps while you're fleeing from those rampaging elementals -- to sit down and enjoy the holiday's tidings.  After all, if you don't give thanks for all the good things in your life, the Twilight's Hammer cultists win.

Level Cooking Up Quickly:

Visit a cooking trainer in Stormwind or the Undercity. Train Apprentice Cooking.
Make Spice Bread until your cooking skill is 50.
Train Journeyman.
Continue making Spice Bread until your cooking skill is 85.
Travel outside the city and visit the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor. Purchase a Cookbook(A/H) then open it up and get all the recipes.
Learn the Spice Bread Stuffing recipe.(A/H)
Make Spice Bread Stuffing until you run out of Spice Bread.
Learn the Pumpkin Pie recipe.(A/H)
From the vendor, buy 100 pumpkins and 100 honey.
Cook Pumpkin Pies until you get to 150 Cooking Skill.
Learn Expert Cooking from the cooking trainer.
Continue cooking Pumpkin Pies until you reach 160 cooking skill.
Learn the Cranberry Chutney recipe.(A/H)
Kill and loot turkeys in Tirisfal Glades or Elwynn Forest until you have 100.
When you have enough, travel to Orgrimmar or Ironforge.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor, purchase 100 Cranberries and 100 Honey.
Cook Cranberry Chutney until you reach 200 cooking skill.
Learn Artisan Cooking from the cooking trainer.
Cook more Cranberry Chutney until you reach 220 cooking skill.
Learn the Candied Sweet Potato recipe.(A/H)
Travel to Thunder Bluff.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor, purchase 100 Sweet Potatoes, 100 Honey, and 100 Autumnal Herbs.
Cook Candied Sweet Potatoes until you reach 280 cooking skill.
Learn Master Cooking from the cooking trainer.
Learn the Slow-roasted Turkey recipe.(A/H)
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor, purchase 200 Honey and 100 Autumnal Herbs.
Cook Slow-roasted Turkey until it stops giving you skillups around 340.

Achievements:

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Start in Stormwind. Speak to one of the Commoners and get the quest Pilgrim's Bounty.
Head outside the front gates and go to the Pilgrim's Bountry Festival. Turn in your quest.
Get the quest Sharing a Bountiful Feast.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor, purchase a Cookbook. Open it and learn all the recipes.

Also purchase 50 Flour, 50 Mild Spices, 120 Autumnal Herbs, 230 Honey, and 50 Elwynn Pumpkins.
There will be tables of feasts setup all around. Each feast table has five different chairs. The Sweet Potatoe Chair, The Stuffing Chair, the Cranberry Chair, the Turkey Chair and the Pie Chair. Use an empty chair to sit down at the table. Sitting down will give you a different action bar. The number 1 hotkey is an unlimited supply of the food that matches the name of your chair.

Eat five helpings of whatever chair you're sitting at by making sure you have nobody selected and pressing 1. Now, select somebody sitting in a seat at the table or select the seat itself and press 1 to throw food. Continue pressing 1 until... ***Food Fight! Complete!***
Switch to a different chair. Eat five of that food then toss at least one to another chair. (Please note that you can eat other food while staying in one chair but it has to be thrown to you from other chairs.)
Repeat the above step for the remaining chairs (don't forget to throw one food after eating the 5 you need!). ***Sharing is Caring Complete!***
Keep an eye on your buff bar so when you get 5 stacks of each food buff from each chair you'll get the 'Spirit of Sharing' buff. Then you're done with this feast table.

Turn in Sharing a Bountiful Feast.
Get the quest Spice Bread Stuffing.
Cook up 50 Spice Bread (learned from a normal cooking trainer) and then turn it into 50 Spice Bread Stuffing.

Turn in Spice Bread Stuffing. (Yes you will have made more stuff than you needed for this quest. Save it. Same goes for the others.)
Get the quest Pumpkin Pie.
Cook up 50 Pumpkin Pies.
Travel to Ironforge and find the Feast area outside the gates.

Turn in Pumpkin Pie.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor purchase 45 Cranberries.
Get the quest Cranberry Chutney.
Cook up 45 Cranberry Chutneys.

Sit down at the feast table in Ironforge and eat 5 servings from each chair until you get the Spirit of Sharing buff.
Return to the feast area in Stormwind.
Turn in Cranberry Chutney.
Get the quest They're Ravenous in Darnassus.
Now it's time to go hunting! All around Elwynn Forest are lots and lots of Wild Turkeys. If you have Tracker Snacks I recommend using them to help track down the turkeys. I also highly recommend a macro:

/tar Wild Turkey

/cast instantcastspellhere

When you kill a turkey you get a 30 second buff. That buff stacks 40 times, 1 stack every time you kill a turkey. You will get Turkey Hunter at 10, Turkey Domination at 20, Turkey Slaughter at 30 and Turkey Triumph at 40. While trying for 40 stacks you may or may not have time to be looting the turkeys but remember, you will need to loot 45 turkeys for later cooking. ***The Turkinator Complete!***
When you've got 45 turkeys, cook up 45 Slow Roasted Turkeys.
Travel to Darnassus and find the feast area there near the front entrance.

Turn in They're Ravenous in Darnassus.
Get Candied Sweet Potatoes.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor, purchase 45 Teldrassil Sweet Potatoes.
Cook up 45 Candied Sweet Potatoes. ***Now We're Cookin' Complete!***

Sit down at the feast table in Darnassus and eat 5 servings from each chair until you get the Spirit of Sharing buff.
Travel to the Exodar and locate the feast area just outside the front entrance.
Sit down at the feast table in the Exodar and eat 5 servings from each chair until you get the Spirit of Sharing buff. ***Pilgrim's Paunch Complete!***
Return to the feast area in Stormwind.
Turn in Candied Sweet Potatoes.

Get the quest Slow-roasted Turkey.
Return to the feast area of Darnassus.
Turn in Slow-roasted Turkey.
Wasn't that fun?! Good! Let's do it again! Just kidding! Mostly. It will be easier now that you've already got the materials you need. You've now unlocked the cooking daily quests. The rewards for these quests will give you your choice of 1 piece of Pilgrim's Clothing or a turkey shooter. For your achievements you will need a hat, a chest piece and at least 8 shooters. I recommend getting the clothing first so you can work on other achievements today.

Get and turn in Easy as Pie in Darnassus.
Return to the feast area in Stormwind.
Get and turn in She Says Potato and We're Out of Cranberry Chutney Again?

Return to the feast area of Ironforge.
Get and turn in Can't Get Enough and Don't Forget the Stuffing! ***Pilgrim's Progress Complete!***
Repeat steps 43-47 tomorrow for more Turkey Shooters. You have enough food to turn them in. If you wish to keep repeating the daily quests then be sure to grab 20 Pumpkins, 20 Cranberries and 20 Potatoes while you're at each place so your turn ins the next day are easier.

When you have your Pilgrim's Hat and chestpiece, get yourself a group (or just solo it) and go to the Sethekk Halls in Terokkar Forest. Put on your hat and chestpiece then kill the last boss. This works for normal or heroic modes. ***Terokkar Turkey Time Complete!***
When you have your Pilgrim's Hat and chestpiece travel to Thunder Bluff, Orgrimmar, Undercity and Silvermoon City. Sit down at each of their feast tables while wearing your pilgrim clothing. You don't have to eat, you just have to make it to a chair and sit down. ***Pilgrim's Peril Complete!***
When you have some turkey shooters from the daily quests, start looking for rogues of all races. I recommend Dalaran or any PvP Zone/Battleground. ***Turkey Lurkey Complete!***

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Start in the Undercity. Speak to one of the Commoners and get the quest Pilgrim's Bounty.
Head outside to the front gates and go to the Pilgrim's Bountry Festival. Turn in your quest.
Get the quest Sharing a Bountiful Feast.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor, purchase a Cookbook. Open it and learn all the recipes.

Also purchase 50 Flour, 50 Mild Spices, 120 Autumnal Herbs, 230 Honey, and 50 Tirisfal Pumpkins.
There will be tables of feasts setup all around. Each feast table has five different chairs. The Sweet Potatoe Chair, The Stuffing Chair, the Cranberry Chair, the Turkey Chair and the Pie Chair. Use an empty chair to sit down at the table. Sitting down will give you a different action bar. The number 1 hotkey is an unlimited supply of the food that matches the name of your chair.

Eat five helpings of whatever chair you're sitting at by making sure you have nobody selected and pressing 1. Now, select somebody sitting in a seat at the table or select the seat itself and press 1 to throw food. Continue pressing 1 until... ***Food Fight! Complete!***
Switch to a different chair. Eat five of that food then toss at least one to another chair. (Please note that you can eat other food while staying in one chair but it has to be thrown to you from other chairs.)
Repeat the above step for the remaining chairs (don't forget to throw one food after eating the 5 you need!). ***Sharing is Caring Complete!***
Keep an eye on your buff bar so when you get 5 stacks of each food buff from each chair you'll get the 'Spirit of Sharing' buff. Then you're done with this feast table.

Turn in Sharing a Bountiful Feast.
Get the quest Spice Bread Stuffing.
Cook up 50 Spice Bread (learned from a normal cooking trainer) and then turn it into 50 Spice Bread Stuffing.

Turn in Spice Bread Stuffing. (Yes you will have made more stuff than you needed for this quest. Save it. Same goes for the others.)
Get the quest Pumpkin Pie.
Cook up 50 Pumpkin Pies.
Travel to Orgrimmar and find the Feast area outside the gates.

Turn in Pumpkin Pie.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor purchase 45 Cranberries.
Get the quest Cranberry Chutney.
Cook up 45 Cranberry Chutneys.

Sit down at the feast table in Orgrimmar and eat 5 servings from each chair until you get the Spirit of Sharing buff.
Travel to the feast area outside of Thunder Bluff.
Turn in Cranberry Chutney.
Get the quest Candied Sweet Potatoes.
From the Pilgrim's Bounty Vendor purchase 45 Mulgore Sweet Potatoes.

Cook up 45 Candied Sweet Potatoes.
Sit down at the feast table in Thunder Bluff and eat 5 servings from each chair until you get the Spirit of Sharing buff.
Return to the feast area in Orgrimmar.
Turn in Candied Sweet Potatoes.
Get the quest Undersupplied in the Undercity.

Return to the feast area in the Undercity.
Turn in Undersupplied in the Undercity.
Get the quest Slow-roasted Turkey.
Now it's time to go hunting! All around Tirisfal Glades there are lots and lots of Wild Turkeys. If you have Tracker Snacks I recommend using them to help track down the turkeys. I also highly recommend a macro:

/tar Wild Turkey

/cast instantcastspellhere

When you kill a turkey you get a 30 second buff. That buff stacks 40 times, 1 stack every time you kill a turkey. You will get Turkey Hunter at 10, Turkey Domination at 20, Turkey Slaughter at 30 and Turkey Triumph at 40. While trying for 40 stacks you may or may not have time to be looting the turkeys but remember, you will need to loot 45 turkeys for cooking. ***The Turkinator Complete!***
When you've got 45 turkeys, cook up 45 Slow Roasted Turkeys. ***Now We're Cookin' Complete!***

Travel to Silvermoon City and find the feast area outside the gates.
Sit down at the feast table in Silvermoon and eat 5 servings from each chair until you get the Spirit of Sharing buff. ***Pilgrim's Paunch Complete!***
Travel back to the feast area of Orgrimmar.
Turn in Slow-roasted Turkey.

Wasn't that fun?! Good! Let's do it again! Just kidding! Mostly. It will be easier now that you've already got the materials you need. You've now unlocked the cooking daily quests. The rewards for these quests will give you your choice of 1 piece of Pilgrim's Clothing or a turkey shooter. For your achievements you will need a hat, a chest piece and at least 8 shooters. I recommend getting the clothing first so you can work on other achievements today.
Get and turn in Can't Get Enough Turkey and Don't Forget the Stuffing!
Return to the feast area in Thunder Bluff.
Get and turn in Easy as Pie.

Return to the feast area of the Undercity.
Get and turn in She Says Potato and We're Out of Cranberry Chutney Again? ***Pilgrim's Progress Complete!***
Repeat steps 43-47 (though I recommend starting in Undercity or Thunder Bluff to cut travel time.) tomorrow for more Turkey Shooters. You have enough food to turn them in. If you wish to keep repeating the daily quests then be sure to grab 20 Pumpkins, 20 Cranberries and 20 Potatoes while you're at each place so your turn ins the next day are easier.

When you have your Pilgrim's Hat and chestpiece, get yourself a group (or just solo it) and go to the Sethekk Halls in Terokkar Forest. Put on your hat and chestpiece then kill the last boss. This works for normal or heroic modes. ***Terokkar Turkey Time Complete!***
When you have your Pilgrim's Hat and chestpiece travel to Ironforge, Stormwind, Darnassus and the Exodar. Sit down at each of their feast tables while wearing your pilgrim clothing. You don't have to eat, you just have to make it to a chair and sit down. ***Pilgrim's Peril Complete!***
When you have some turkey shooters from the daily quests, start looking for rogues of all races. I recommend Dalaran or any PvP Zone/Battleground. ***Turkey Lurkey Complete!***

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