It’s funny, I’ve put off writing this post for awhile. Not because I don’t have anything to love about WoW, but because there is so much to love and I’m finding it difficult to pin down only a few things to talk about.
Getting back to work has been really great – knowing I’ve got money coming in again to pay bills is a big load off my mind! But it does come with the downside of a lot less game time.
Like so many other people, I have been running around taking screenshots using the Inky Black Potion. What a wonderful addition to the game that little potion is!!
Patch 7.2 started for us Aussies on Wednesday. It was eerie going back to the Broken Shore….
This evening I was pottering around Dalaran. I wandered out of the kitchen and noticed a door I had been running past all expansion. Of course I had to go see what was in there.
I doubt this will come as a surprise to anyone who follows my blog or twitter!
I have been extremely lucky this evening…
The journey to find all 3 mage hidden artifact appearance is complete!
I think this is one of the trickiest topics we’ve had for this challenge. For me, when it comes to designing my zone, I had to think about what I liked most about existing zones in WoW.
It sure has been quiet around here, hasn’t it? To say things have been chaotic in my life right now is a bit of an understatement, and it has obviously been affecting all the “extra-curricular” things I do in my life – this blog included.
The Real Neat Blog Awards are doing the rounds at the moment, and the lovely Z nominated me – thanks Z! 🙂 I love things like this because it helps people find some great new blogs to read, and gives a bit of an insight into other authors.
So, world quests. I personally love world quests. The main reason being that I just love being able to choose to do the quests that give me the rewards I want.