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There is no way of adding excitement to the tale of what this miserable lake came to mean to me in the second half of last year. In just the final leg of this decade-long quest I had bought a house and become a father for the first time. To unlock the Salty title, I would have to fish up a collection of lucky coins from a fountain, hunt down a series of rare fishing pools, and fish up a single, solitary fish - the Dark Herring - as I worked my way through these tasks and others. Achievement unlocked. Whatever happened, the battle of man versus fish would at least be fought on my terms. Surely by winning the tournament though - a feat of such unlikely odds in its own right - the real hard work was behind me? And then, one day, the Dark Herring inevitably appeared in my haul. It was just a matter of time and commitment, and I had bags of both. As a result, the pressure of competing in this tournament - week in and week out - is a uniquely bleak experience within WOW. Cast, bob, click. As is so often the case when you find yourself at the mercy of one of Blizzard's brutal randomised systems, you find yourself engaging in desperate endeavours to find something - anything - to give you an edge in your quest. Some opt to dip into their competitor's pools to both grab a few extra fish for themselves, and also limit the opposition's tally and frustrate them - even at the expense of finding a bigger private haul further down the coast. I remember standing up from my chair and shouting something, but it was an act I felt compelled to do, rather than something I felt in my bones. Next time. Nobody knows, and whatever mechanism controls such things is a cold and tortuously opaque thing. With just a little effort, and a little feverish fishing, I would be Salty Strokemagnet, fisherman of kings. On some days, I would "only" fish until my bags were full. As days turned into weeks turned into months, my enthusiasm for circling this cold patch of land became one of bitter endurance, with only a handful of mental minigames to add some semblance of sanity to the pursuit. Lonely too, since the passing of what was arguably the game's heyday during the Wrath of the Lich King expansion. Although the profession became more tangibly useful in subsequent expansions, fishing remained something gloriously useless - almost defiantly so, given the increasing richness of more carefully crafted content sprinkled lavishly throughout Azeroth. An entire community of bitter fishermen, chasing a taste of Salty and analysing their collective data, judge the chance of catching the Dark Herring from any single cast to be approximately 1 in 10, Don't be fooled into thinking that 10, casts is enough to guarantee you your haul either, as the game has no memory of your earlier attempts. Estimates and it's always estimates in a game whose creators stay tight-lipped about such things are left for the players to evaluate amongst themselves. When everything was new, and before all was efficiency and magic became mundane, this element of WOW was every bit as beguiling to me as even the grandest design strokes. Having taken you through the game's finest dungeon , today John tells the tale of how he bagged WOW's most elusive achievement. Or rather, I didn't feel whatever it was I believed I should feel. For my years of dutiful service, followed by a year or two in the wilderness, I had received my rightful reward and claimed my place amongst the ranks of the lucky few who could hope to tick off the achievement in But as success at the tournament closed one booming door behind me, I had no way of knowing that a dozen others were scraping open ahead with grim foreboding. I stared at it and felt nothing. In a sea of desperation, it was also the only positive lead I had in taking some of the sting out of my quest. Given this endless roll of a dice that has no cares for previous results, who knows what variable determines the odds of success at this, or any number of WOW's myriad, randomly determined rewards. In a world packed with linear storylines, daily quests and gated dungeons, fishing has always been one of WOW's purest role-playing pursuits. Entire guilds of players have been known to band together to shatter the will of a world's worth of competitors, just to increase the odds that a single member of their ranks might hope to touch glory. I'll never live by any other name than Salty as long as I'm playing the game, but I'd much rather have earned it than endured it.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Until relatively recently, only one victor could emerge - a mere 52 or so desperately lucky souls from a potential pool of thousands each year. For a few moments I intentionally flooded my mind with positive thoughts, but I was only lying to myself. This time. Remorse and regret for the wasted days were the dominant emotions, even as I tweaked the interface to add the title to my character. The mere sight of another player arriving at your secluded spot just moments before the tournament begins can be enough to break your spirit, as your meagre, pathetic advantage evaporates into nothing. From my first days exploring the Night Elf starting island, to my very last when fatigue set in and I just stopped logging in one day, it remained one of my favourite activities in the game. The winners in can consider themselves lucky. Yet the Herring seemed certain to elude me forever. In the endless community discussions about hunting down the Herring, it had been decreed that certain pools in the Fjord - similar to those that cough up the tournament's Tastyfish - were rumoured to provide Dark Herrings only fractionally more often than standard open water. At the end of this bleak corridor lay a prize valued beyond all others in World of Warcraft, one that was only awarded for those who completed an entire collection of unlikely fishing challenges: the title of Salty. Stranglethorn's fishing competition has undergone a number of revisions since it first launched with WOW a decade ago, but the core challenge has remained the same ever since. The real catch of the day? Grab a metaphorical chair, listen to the siren song of the game's ethereal soundtrack, and embrace the gentle simplicity of a two button, click-to-cast minigame nestled within one of gaming's most marvellous worlds. But as I set out to conquer these more tangible achievements, I couldn't have known that it was the Herring that would come back to haunt me, like a continental breakfast gone bad. The drama that plays out in Stranglethorn Vale every Sunday is therefore one of equal parts bitterness, self-loathing and tragedy for all involved, as players race one another to track down the Tastyfish from pools which spawn all over the region, and cough up a limited number of the tantalising treats before vanishing for good. WOW is nothing if not a collection of micro-goals and achievements, some of which are based on collaboration, others on dogged persistence as increasingly desperate offerings are made to the gods of good fortune. Once unlocked, it would be heralded before my character's name, there for the world to envy and admire. It's remarkable that for the thousands of casts that ended in disappointment, the potential promise of excitement never waned. Each attempt felt certain to be the magical catch. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}World of Warcraft turned ten on Sunday, and all throughout this week we'll be marking the anniversary with a series of features from across Eurogamer's editorial team. And so the grim rhythm of the minigame continued, albeit with a renewed sense of purpose and focus as I worked my way repeatedly through a farming route around the rivers and lakes of the Howling Fjord. The number of in-game steps you've taken on average in the last seven weeks? On others, I would resolve to dedicate no more than an hour each day, every day to my quest. Northrend's Howling Fjord is a cold and desolate place. Despite the intimidating numbers involved, the Dark Herring was nevertheless considered the least elusive of the precious fish that could be caught to trigger the achievement. Moving from spot to spot, I whittled the process down into one of effortless, ruthless efficiency. I had tried to win the tournament on any number of occasions in years gone by, but winning it so early on in my return to the game - and on such an idle whim - felt like a sign. The rarer the reward in this world of bragging rights, the greater the lengths people will go to to unlock it, but the price in this instance - paid for in shredded nerves, broken spirits and lost months - was simply too steep. But then something terrible happened. The size of the lead designer's feet, divided by the speed of light and multiplied by the second half of your screen resolution? In the time since I'd first attempted to win the Stranglethorn fishing tournament, I had travelled the world and married my wife. You - along with any number of the thousands of other fishing fanatics on your server - descend upon this dense tropical region at 2pm each Sunday, and compete to bring 40 Speckled Tastyfish to the tournament's organiser. The additional tasks ahead of me were certainly tricky, but I had already ticked off some of the worst through years of idle, happy and unfocused fishing. Something to shine just a little light on your dark road to nowhere. I wasn't just lucky, I deserved it. Less appealing was the nagging sense that this had become a process about negating a loss, rather than achieving a goal - a pressing need to finish a bitter job in order to salvage something of the days that had already been lost to this mindless pursuit. It would ultimately send me down one of WOW's loneliest and most desperate roads. In a game so heavily centred around the mechanics of effort and reward, the Dark Herring is not entirely unique in its rarity, although it is an agonisingly rare fish to find by chance nevertheless. Some - agonisingly vocal - players will find it on their first few casts, while others will find themselves staring into the abyss after 30, casts or more. These special fish can only be caught during the tournament itself, they disappear from your bags at the end of each week's contest, and there can be only three winners each week. Fly to the next pool and begin the process all over again.