Troll's End is a jumping puzzle in LA. *slight spoilers ahead*
Take a smidgen of troll add a pinch of strawberries and a glaze of aggravation and you get the Troll's End jumping puzzle. My asuran pal Bree and I went hunting for JP's after a quick conversation about how hard the pirate puzzle was. I had already completed Urmaug's Secret and found it quick and fun so I hog-tied my friend and away we went.
The right click party thingy actually worked when I was spawned in the overflow and needed to join friend. *yay!* About a half hour later, we had finished it and I was all like."Hey! There is another one in here somewhere lets find it!" *next time if I suggest something just take it on faith that I am leading you into either mortal danger or a cluster screw of epic proportions...trust me* So a quick look at Hunter's Guide and off we went again.
First: Holy Well of Barracuda Batman! The fish says in a creepy I own you sorta way, "I have everything you need...."
Second: The Adventurer is a trap. You see the fallen human and are like ooohhh the beginning must be around here somewhere. Right? No. Nonononononono...no. Time trap activate!
Third: If you have to fall any distance and there is a glowy light that obstructs your vision, well too bad buttercup. You have to fall just right. On a pin-head. Thanks for putting a blinding, spot inducing, night vision ruinous spotlight in the middle of my jumps.
Forth: It isn't over until you open the chest. My buddy? Yeah he got uber stuck between a rock and a forge-place. Literally. Alas he had to go run the whole shebang over again. I don't mind the aggravation of trying hard, I don't even mind the gnashing of teeth to stop screaming when I miss a jump that is so easy a blindfolded turkey could do it. I DO mind, however, if you get right to the end of an hour or so long puzzle and get jipped two jumps from the goal without a way to get back without having to run it again.
Fifth: When you actually do it and get the little green circle of OMG YES! and a chest the feeling is pimp. Most of the time the views are exquisite, the rewards are nicely leveled to you, and you just feel great!