Random Tuesday Mutterings

Random Tuesday Mutterings is the perfect place to put the random assortment of what-nots I’ve got up to in Azeroth each week.

I’m rather excited that 7.2 is out tomorrow. I’m planning on going to bed early tonight so I can jump up early and do the scenario and initial quests before work. I feel a bit unprepared in knowing exactly what I should be doing in 7.2 but I’ve completed the pathfinder ach, have all the reps at exalted and have been stockpiling order hall resources on Z for quite a few weeks now to be able to use for the new order hall advancements that are coming. So we’ll see what happens.

This week I  finally finished my Shaman order hall campaign. I’m still disappointed there’s no more achievements after finishing 5.

I was stuck for ages looking for the last Blood of Sargeras to hand in for the last order hall quest.. only to find that while the quest text says you need 10, the hand in amount to the quest guy was only 5. I feel that updating the quest text would have been a nice addition to a hotfix sometime in the last 5 months!

She also got flicked to Resto to head off and do some dgns as I had a few quests in there and I got seriously sick of waiting for dps queues. I think I’ll stick with her as resto now and start dropping the rest of the AP she gathers into the healing weapon. I really love the restoration weapon, the shield with the waterball is just gorgeous.

Hell affix week turned out to not be quite so hellish as you only needed to do a mythic plus 10 not a 15, to obtain 905 gear from the weekly order hall chest, due to the transition between 7.1 and 7.2 tomorrow. So both my Druid and my priest went off to complete their 10. My priest in particular was incredibly lucky this week, getting a ton of achievements and getting a pair of 910 gloves out of the weekly bonus cache and then picking up 2 legendaries only a few days apart.

Huge thanks to E, Dys, Gimme and Juls who came along with me to my 10 depleted Vault just so I could get the achievement before the level of the mythic increase tomorrow. Utterly cheating I know.

I nearly cried when the first legendary she got was the Velens trinket, because I’ve wanted that on Z for ages. The second was a belt which apparently is quite useless but as I can’t equip 2 legendaries anyway it doesn’t really matter and when I can, I’ll be replacing an 850 belt with a 940 so not a complete loss.

Z hit Prestige level 1 and got a little pet out of it which was awesome. Now I’m on a prestige hunting phase and spending a bit of time ducking in and out of battlegrounds.

But omg queuing bgs on my own makes me sooo  cranky. I was healing a demon hunter who had the flag, in the flag room of Warsong Gulch in one of my bgs and he had 4 chances to cap the flag and he didn’t cap even once and we lost the match. I was pretty much shouting at my screen the entire time. I’m sure he must have been an alliance queuing with the buff to make him look like a horde.

And I found out that my new guild records their kills on our fights too. Naz linked our Spellblade kill to me with comments about how excited I sounded at the end ;p

See you all in 7.2 tomorrow!

Z and Cinder’s Blog Challenge Topic 13: The WoW race you just can’t stand

Cinder and I have opened up our shared blog topic challenge for everyone to join in on. The more the merrier! Every second Saturday we post a new topic that’s open for a fortnight for everyone to write about. Cinder and I will link all  posts for this topic on our shared blog website here.   This fortnight’s topic was  suggested by Thebmatt from Your Quest Log Is Full and it’s for us to talk about the WoW race we really don’t like.

There aren’t actually any playable races that I don’t really like, though when I look at my alts I can see distinct bias towards the ones I actually do play. However, there are lots of non playable races that drive me crazy. Murlocs and Harpies with their screeches are pretty high up on my list but the absolute worst though, is the Thistleleaf npcs that can be found in Val’sharah. Their voices are so annoying!

The lines they randomly say are funny when written down:

“This one’s slow. Someone get me a dagger!”
“Oh yeah, come on, come at me!”
“Ohhhh, let’s kill it!”
“I just soiled myself”
“Can’t see…too much pain.”
“Just wanted…a little fun.”

but their voices.. ugh. I actually find myself getting really cross when I have to go into their areas if there’s a world quest up because I have to listen to these horrid little imps. There has been quite a few times WoW has been muted just so I can get my questing done in peace.

My extreme dislike of these npcs means I will actually go out of my way to avoid the areas they are in when I’m passing through Val’Sharah just so I don’t have to hear to them.

Hell Week? What an affix combo we have!

This week sees one of the few combos I really don’t like as the mythic plus affix line up:

Teeming – Extra adds in the dgn
Skittish – Tank is going to lose threat on adds
Fortified -Adds have 20% more health and do 40% more damage

Just how much of a pain this combo is does depend a bit on which dgn you get. Normally I don’t mind Neths Lair but teeming puts in more Pelters /shudder and then fortified keeps them alive longer. So if someone suggests that one, I’m going to go in a bit reluctantly and dreading the pulls from the 1st to the 3rd bosses particularly.

Skittish can really depend on which tank you’re with.. I find a Prot Warrior way better to run with on a Skittish week than some other classes (though apparently Brewmaster can almost negate this affix? I so rarely see a Brewmaster tank that I don’t know if this is true) and it also depends a lot on which dps I’m with.

If I walk in with a dps DH, I know they’re going to have to do a lot of running away or there’s no way I’m going to keep them alive as they will pull threat instantly.  I would guess here that classes that can do burst heals are probably going to find Skittish less of an issue but I find this affix particularly will keep me on my toes as dps can drop so quickly. There’s no looking away from the screen on a Skittish week.

I got a Halls of Valor key out of my chest so I’m pretty much not even going to look at that one this week. It’ll be interesting to see which keys I do end up doing.

What’s your favourite affix/dgn combo?

 

 

Random Tuesday Mutterings

Random Tuesday Mutterings is the perfect place to put the random assortment of what-nots I’ve got up to in Azeroth each week.

This has been an odd week, it feels like the week has lasted forever yet I don’t really feel like I got much done. Possibly because on Saturday I bought a new pc so it took most of my day going and getting it and setting up and then starting to install everything back on it. It’s absolutely gorgeous and cycles through a rainbow of lights (yeah because that’s the important thing).

I need a new keyboard and I’m really eyeing off this one. It’ll match so beautifully.

There also wasn’t a great deal of raiding this week though I did go in on the Trillax kill on and got my mythic ach! That fight didn’t really feel very different at all from heroic so at least it wasn’t a huge learning curve for me,. Now Z is sitting at 4/10M which makes me really happy.

Then we started on Krosus progression. We spent the rest of the night seeing how we would go 4 healing it and we got the boss to an awesome 11% on our best attempt but we hit enrage. It was decided to drop down to 3 heals next 2 nights. I was the healer sitting so I spent the time fishing and watching the fight via one of my guildies stream. It only took 2 nights and Krosus fell over. The guild’s now 5/10M which is pretty awesome. It was mentioned I’d be brought in next week for the ach which is a little scary. I think I’d prefer another week to make sure he’s more closer to farm lol.

The upside of fishing so much was I picked up the pepe fishing bobber head toy and I got a ton of the rare fish to be able to start towards the fishing artifact.

We started Spellblade progression last night and spent most of the time working out how to handle the Mark of Frosts really well and by the end of the night we were fairly constantly progressing in to phase 2, still a long way to go until we’re even near a kill. I get so nervous before each fight worrying about whether I’ve learnt the strat well enough, will I stand in avoidable shit and mess up, or what if a random ability comes at me and I panic.. raiding will kill me if I don’t learn to calm down.

 

What a messy fight this can be! But it’s an awesome dance. I’m on mark of frost soaking duty with Dec, one of the warlocks so it’s fun making sure we coordinate to be where we need to be. By the end of the night my notebook was covered in diagrams and scribbled notes.

I decided to take some time to go explore more of the broken isles, I’m sure I’ll probably be well and truly sick of that area by the time 7.2 is in full swing. I told a friend I was going to go solo the world and he didn’t believe me.. so here you go BT, “Z soloing the world” ;p

I was actually phenomenally pleased with myself that I could kill a 45mil health mob.. so pleased with myself that I decided to go take on 83mil health mob.Yeah that didn’t work so well and I ran away in the kitty form of shame before he could stomp me into the ground.

And I went back into Kara for my 5th time. I still can’t believe I’ve done it such a tiny amount of times but I have this massive mental block that it’s a horrible place that will keep me in there for hours but it’s actually really fast. I should be in there each week really because until the nerf comes in 7.2 I’m still trying to get a better than 860 Drape of Shame.

 

 

Overflowing.. I’m going to miss you

For me, the worst part of 7.2 is going to be the removal of the overflowing as a mythic dgn affix. A week with overflowing and sanguine as affixes is awesome for running mythic pluses as they are pretty much completely ignorable (yes, that is a word).

With both of them up this week, I was really happy as it meant mythic pluses should be much easier, even with tyrannical as the 3rd. I joined in with Twice,  Dys, Elum and Juls to go run a few mythic pluses tonight. We started with COS 11 which went up to Nelth 14, then Maw 17 (yay for maw) and then into Halls of Valor 18.

Eww, most of the time we normally avoid HOV but since we had boosted the key so high we decided to give it a go.. and yeah, no. The first boss was horrible so we made a group decision and went to do random battlegrounds instead.

It’s seriously the best feeling when you can heal through many people trying to kill you or the people you’re with. I think the rush from pvp healing is way better than even mythic plus healing. There is honestly nothing like healing someone sitting on almost no health to see them turn around and kill the person that was trying their best to kill them. But I find solo queuing just such a mess that it’s not something I do that often.

Juls went healing with me and it was so much fun with the whole group being on discord and shouting at each other. Monk healing looks amazing in pvp and no matter what I did I couldn’t get near his healing figures. I really need to level my monk to try it out.

The best bit was when we all went and picked up the buff from the vendor in the Underbelly and we could queue as Alliance! I got turned into a Night elf druid.. so pretty.

Along with getting the appearance of the Night Elf, I also got shadowmeld which came in really handy a few times to break combat to let me drink. Sometimes I do miss being a night elf druid. But not as much as I used to, I’m starting to really love my troll, it’s only taken 4 years!

We won enough of our matches that I finished the weekly bonus quest and went up 3 levels of honor which was awesome. PvP nights can be fun.

 

14 Boss night!

Last night was first night of raid after the reset, and marked the start of my 2nd week in the new guild. Neuro and I were talking to the Naz the GM about trial periods and he said they were typically for 3 weeks and we’d be told what we need to improve on if needed. So far, I’ve only received good feedback on my healing and not told to step up with anything, so I hope that means I’m going ok.  My healing’s fairly competitive with the other 3 healers, normally I sit 2 or 3rd on the meters out of the 4 of us though there are fights I’m last. Usually these are the fights where I’ve only used my tranq once compared to the others using their cds twice so I don’t feel I’m struggling healingwise.

I’m starting to feel more comfortable in the guild and learning voices so I know who is talking on discord without having to look at their name, but outside of running a mythic plus with some of the guildies, I haven’t really talked much to anyone apart from Naz. Once I feel familiar with people I don’t generally shut up but getting to that point takes time.

Naz had been talking about selling our heroic run this week to get gold into the guild for cauldrons and repairs. He decided to offer each spot at an amount of gold which I thought was ridiculously astronomical for a heroic run so I really didn’t think anyone would want to pay that for a raid but come last night he had 4 people in the run that had taken up the offer.

We cleared the first 2 and the last 2 bosses with only the main team so we could run master looter as there was a few specific trinkets people needed and then we pulled in the buyers and re-cleared the entire place on personal loot so they could get gear as well as the clear. 3 of the 4 seemed really new to the place and died relatively early on most fights  (or were asked to sacrifice themselves early on bosses that had mechanics that could wipe the raid  if not done well). The 4th did really well and was essentially as the same gear level as most of us which was interesting. I haven’t considered the idea of buying a run before, especially with the introduction of cross-realm group finder, getting into normal and heroic runs are quite easy now but I guess there are people who find this a viable option?

Even with the extra bodies, it was still a fairly quick run and awesome that we could clear 14 heroic bosses in one raid night (4 before and then the full 10). I managed to get two small upgrades; Neuro picked up tier shoulders, which were an upgrade from the ones I had on and as he didn’t need them, really nicely passed them over and I bonus rolled a relic from Botanist which was a small upgrade as well.  I’m really not that happy with the relics I have so they’re my biggest priority for upgrades at the moment.

We’re going into mythic prog tonight so fingers crossed that Chron and Trill both hand over relics and then hopefully Krosus will die tonight. There’s a new warlock trial in the guild and his damage last night was really good, so hopefully 3 healing and with his damage should mean enrage timer isn’t hit again.

And in really good news, Deadline has found a guild that they can potentially merge with and keep raiding. After Neuro and I left,  a couple more raiders said mythic wasn’t their thing and decided not to keep raiding and the GM decided he wanted a long-term break and wouldn’t be coming back either. I was feeling a bit disappointed they were having even worse roster troubles and facing a leadership problem but hopefully this will work out great and they can all kill bosses still mostly together.

So everyone keep your fingers crossed that I can say we’re one more prog boss up tomorrow. If not, I’m sure I’ll find something else to ramble about.

 

 

 

Random Tuesday Mutterings

Random Tuesday Mutterings is the perfect place to put the random assortment of what-nots I’ve got up to in Azeroth each week.

It was a long weekend and I had no plans so it meant a lot of time on WoW. I hardly did anything on Z outside of raiding this week, though there was a lot of raiding. I think I ended up in Nighthold for 6 out of the 7 nights this week. There was the 4 nights of guild raiding, then pugging into a normal for fun and AP, and then I jumped into Toco’s guild alt run at Gul’dan as an extra healer, and then my new guild did a normal run and took some seriously undergeared alts so they really needed an extra healer. It ended up as a heck of a lot of Nighthold. Thank goodness it’s a pretty raid.

I left getting a mythic 15 dgn done right until the last-minute before reset but really nicely, Dys and some of my Deadline guildies pulled a run together to help out this evening and we did boosted  a key through Court of Stars, Eye of Azshara and then into  Darkheart Thicket 15 so I’ll have the cache tomorrow morning. It was really awesome running with them again. Even though I made the choice to change guilds, I really do miss a lot of my old guildies so I had a lot of fun being back on discord with them.

Besides all the Nighthold, there was a lot of time on alts.   First up I finished levelling my Shaman, so she makes number 6 to max level and I’m working on finishing up her campaign.

Shaman’s have the best order hall, it’s really gorgeous and there’s so many toys you can buy from the vendor as well as the pet from the pet battle. I found a cool Shaman puzzle game in the class hall and finishing it gave me a lava toy and that was the last toy I needed to get to 300 toys. (In full disclosure I completely cheated and found a youtube guide on how to click the totems in the right order to complete the 5 rounds for the puzzle).

 

I’ve also had a lot of time on my priest this week as I’m starting to gear her up as a viable raiding alt. The gear isn’t the biggest issue, it’s getting enough AP to get her weapon up to at least 35. She’s actually not that far from hitting 35 on her holy weapon now (I haven’t dropped any AP into shadow/disc weapons so far) but because gathering AP takes a while, I’m back to running world quests and dungeons. She ran her first mythic plus on the weekend and  I’m always trying to hit friends up to come and run dgns with me as I much prefer running them with friends.

It was fun to go run a few dgns with Toco and Wolfz. We all met when I joined their guild in Warlords for mythic raiding when Deadline was on a break. Their guild died a few months ago so they both went to Jubei-Thos to raid elsewhere. Thank goodness for bnet and cross realm as I could keep in contact with Toco. Toco and I both play healers so it’s fairly rare we get to go do dgns together. Cafa’s hiding at the back but he’s still in their orignal guild on Barthilas.  I really like how WoW can feel like such a small world at times.

Now the Druid tier sets are complete, I decided to start on the priest  and managed to get all the pieces for the incarnate tier as her first full set. I’m lucky I have a backup level 92 priest besides my max level one as she can help run old raids for the missing pieces.

 

I was really impressed to see that the developers have finally added a port back down from the Lich Kings room in ICC. I run it fairly regularly so was really surprised to see the addition when I popped up there this week. It’s probably been there for a while but I’ve manged to miss it until now.

Once you port down, there’s a portal to Dalaran as well as one to back up the top.

Z got a quest from her last Kirin Tor cache to go talk to random npcs around Dalaran. Once I talked to them they turned hostile and some into demons. I had to kill them all and as quest reward,  I got Khadgar as floating head pet to follow me around!

When you talk to him, he’ll give you a random answer. I really like having Khadgar floating around over my shoulder, he’s quite adorable.

And the most exciting part of my week was getting to be a guest on Reins of Azeroth. Reins is run by my most amazing friends, Cinder and Spazz, and Sirius  who does the awesome art for their show.  They were talking all things blogging on their episode and had me come along to chatter too. That’s so sweet of them.

Look at the gorgeous art Sirius did! My troll looks awesome! Sirius was talking about liking drawing the leaves on her dress and they look so good. I really like my troll!! Thanks Lovely ❤

Obviously I adore Cinder to pieces, being my best friend, but I really enjoy chatting to Spazz and Sirius too. I got to meet both of them in November  last year when they were down for Pax and we all went out to dinner. It was an awesome night full of wow chatter!  It’s a long episode because the 3 of us sure can talk but I had a lot of fun recording with them.

Huge thanks for having me guys!

And that was my week in WoW.  How was yours?

 

 

Mythic Botanist down!

I’ve been with the new guild for a couple of days now and so far they seem quite nice. Pretty noisy on discord which is fine and usually has me laughing a lot behind the scenes.  Outside of raid I haven’t really done much with them apart from running the timewalking dgns with one of druids from the raid team (there are 7 of us! 2 guardians, 2 resto, 2 balance and a feral!) which was a good introduction so at least at our first raid night I already knew one of the guildies a bit.

The first raid night on Wed we started mythics straight away and I was in for the kills on Skorpy and Chron (yay new ach) and then I sat for Trill as we were dropping a healer for Botanist progression (we had been 5 healing Chron) so they had me sit out so the healer that was sitting had a chance to raid for a bit as they wouldn’t be coming back in for the rest of the night.

They had Chron on farm for quite a few weeks now so I felt like it was pretty much a carry though my tranqs were needed during power overwhelming.  They have the raid set up so if you’re moved into group 5, you’re sitting for that fight. I might need to make vuhdo hide group 5 because it changes the size and direction of my panels once there’s more than 4 groups and it’s distracting having it show a group that isn’t actually in the raid.

We spent the rest of Wed night on Mythic Bot. Botanist was interesting, it’s a freaking chaotic fight at the best of times and mythic version just gets worse. You start with all 3 bosses up and when one dies, the other 2 reset to full health and the abilities that boss had is combined into the other 2 bosses abilities.

The team pretty much had P1 and P2 under control so for them the real progression was on P3 but for me, P2 onwards was completely different (P1 is the same as P3 on Heroic, just hits harder). I picked up the changes for P2 pretty quickly though a few times I touched a spore and got the debuff and got called out for it. You can bet that not touching spores became a huge priority! (as the night went on I realised I wasn’t the only one that was getting called out for it but I didn’t want to hear my name on vent for that reason again). P3 scared the hell out of me because if you get the call of night debuff you have to go kill yourself on the spores in a specific spot and I was so nervous about being in the right spot at the right time.

I felt like the biggest idiot when on one of our best attempts I dispelled the wrong tank and we wiped. I immediately apologised and the healing lead said it was fine, they had all had a lot of wipes/practice compared to that being my first night. After that a specific healer was assigned to dispel as they knew the voices. I had discord sitting open on my other monitor so when ppl spoke I could match voices to names but not everyone has the same discord name as their toon so it’s going to be a guessing game for a bit.

We didn’t end up getting him Wed night so on Thursday after clearing through a few heroic bosses we went back to Botanist progression. We were consistently getting through to P3 which was great and then we had an attempt where everything went really smoothly.

There’s so much to look out for; make sure you’re standing at the right marker with a person if you have call, avoid all the crap on the floor, stand next to spores but don’t touch them and I think for most of the attempts I was holding my breath. I ended up getting the first set of call of night debuff on the  kill attempt which meant I had to go kill myself in a patch of spores to avoid triggering a mechanic and to clear spores so it was great in a way that meant I could watch the fight but crap because being dead for so long I look terrible on the healer meters (I’m so competitive /sigh) but it was sooo exciting seeing his health just steadily dropping and then the ach come up.

I ended up bonus rolling mythic titanforged boots which were a massive 20ilvl upgrade! It’s exciting to have my first piece of mythic loot.

I asked if the guild takes screenshots after kills which they do, but rather than the line up I’m used to they tend to pop toys for the photos.

I love all the green bears! The two tanks are Guardian and both use the artifact skin that turns them bright colours. One is neon purple and the other is neon green so it’s very easy to pick them out in the middle of a fight.

Next boss up in the progression chain is Krosus and I’m fairly sure we’re only going to be 3 healing so a good chance I’ll be sitting, but I still better have my head around that fight by Sunday and then after that it will Spellblade. Most of the guilds on our realm that are 4/10M have killed Krosus as their 4th. Hopefully by killing Botanist which is harder,  it means Krosus should die quicker which would be a big boost to the guild.

All I hope now is that I actually make it through my trial and keep being a mythic raider because it’s an awesome feeling and I’ve really missed it.

Z and Cinder’s Blog Challenge Topic 12: Design your own Zone

Cinder and I have opened up our shared blog topic challenge for everyone to join in on. The more the merrier! Each Saturday we post a new topic that’s open for a fortnight for everyone to write about. Cinder and I will link all posts for this topic on our shared blog website here.

My all time favourite zone is the Ruins of Gilneas.  I love the spooky deserted English/Scottish countryside feel of it.  I head up there fairly regularly just to spend time exploring in the deserted Gilneas, poking my head into all the gorgeous little houses and wandering through the rooms of Greymane Manor.

I’ve made quite a few Worgens to get to see Gilneas in its hey-day. One of my biggest regrets about the zone is that more of the houses in Gilneas city itself aren’t able to be entered into. It would be awesome to be to click on a door and have it open so you can go see inside. Given how much I Iove Gilneas, it shouldn’t be surprising that I really enjoy going to visit Bradensbrook in Legion, as it uses a lot of the same architecture and feel of the zone.

So if I could design any zone; I would want to actually take the existing Ruins of Gilneas and modify it a little into an awesome enchanted adventure zone. I’d like to see secret passages inserted into Greymane Manor that you can activate by clicking random panels on the wall and get to wander through secret rooms hidden away. Or stepping on  specific floor boards that then open up staircases that lead down into winding tunnels that could come out into main city or even down onto the beach. I want a library inserted that has all of the readable books that are currently available in the game in the one place, and I would put in  extra books where the text is actually clues or maps to follow to go find random treasure chests.

I’d like quest givers to be there but their quests would be randomized each time you talk to them and offer a series of riddles or clues that you would have to solve to reach the next part of the chain or next quest giver.

One of my favourite books when I was little was the Folk of the Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton. So I think the insertion of a big spooky forest that you could wander through with daily shifting paths that lead to secret little dells with random portals  that lead to other places would be awesome. No names or distinguishing features on the portals so stepping through them is an adventure in itself as you wouldn’t know where you might end up. You wouldn’t be going to this zone with your hearth on CD. Oh and no big spiders in this forest, we’ll stick to populating it with the cuter critters of Azeroth.

I would adore to be able to have a zone that you can just visit solely for the purposes of exploring and each time it’d be slightly different so exploring and meandering through it would feel a little new each visit.

Random Tuesday Mutterings

Random Tuesday Mutterings is the perfect place to put the random assortment of what-nots I’ve got up to in Azeroth each week.

It’s really been a week of alts this week. I finished off my Demon Hunter campaign, which was really awesome and gave me the achievement for finishing 5 order halls.

February was DH month, and March is turning out to be Shaman month. She’s halfway through 108 atm so she should hopefully hit 110 by the end of the weekend. I really wasn’t enjoying enhancement so I went and collected her other 2 artifacts for Restoration and Elemental. Running around questing as Ele is a lot more fun at the moment, though I miss my ghost wolves that Enhancement could summon to help attack. 

The Shaman order hall is quite pretty and not quite as much of a maze as I thought at the start.

I’ve found a couple of Shaman only quests out in the world now. I don’t remember seeing Druid only quests on Z so I wonder if I just did them without realising or if class quests are  a Shaman only thing.

In an absolute coincidence I got to go see Thunderaan the Windlord two times this week, which was pretty cool as I’d never actually seen him before. Twice had been working on the Thunderfury legendary quest line on his Demon Hunter and he needed an alchemist to transmute arcanite bars. I took my hunter down to Gadgetzan to learn the recipe to make them then I went over to Silithus to see him summon Thunderaan and get his Thunderfury and ach.

Yes, I completely cut the head off the Windlord in this photo.

Then, my Shaman campaign started talking about needing Thunderaan’s help with the burning legion and sent me to track him down after some evil mortal had defeated him.. So I trotted off to the Vortex Pinnacle and up he popped. This time I got his head in the photo.  Lucky he didn’t seem to recognise my alt’s hand in his downfall the previous day and there were no hard feelings.

I seem to have hit the end of the campaign quests now until I reach 110. I always expect there to be a quest continuance at 108 but so far there hasn’t been on any alt.

I looked at my collections tab and realised I’m 10 away from 250 mounts and 10 away from collecting 300 toys. Since toys are way easier to collect than mounts I decided to make that a bit of a focus and go find the easier to collect toys I didn’t have.  I had enough pet tokens in various alt’s bags to combine for Z to go get Narcissa’s Mirror which lets you turn a companion pet into a mini you.

I actually think it’s a little creepy in a cute sort of way to have a mini me following me around. I’m not actually sure how much I’ll use this toy. I ended the week at 296 toys so I’ll have to do a bit more searching to find another 4 easier ones to get. Easier as in, probably profession based toys compared to having to kill a rare over and over hoping it’ll drop a toy. I was pretty lucky that the archeology quest this week also gave a toy as the reward as I haven’t done it before.

I finally gathered up enough AP so that Z’s resto weapon is all maxed out until 7.2 so there’s no mad rush to have to gather AP. Now I need to decide which of the 3 weapons to put any collected AP into. I’m thinking I’ll probably dump it all into the boomy one until it hits 54 as well.  

And that was pretty much my week in WoW.