I went to SW to get my 300th toy, the Wayfarer's Bonfire. Not sure how I missed this one before, but now I got it 🙂 I also went to check AH, and there it was yearly All Day Disco Night! I tried quite a few toys while dancing away. E.g. if you are a … Continue reading Disco and toys
There were an unusual (I think) large amount of achievements that became grandfathered ("Legacy") in the pre-patch 8.0. Previously it has been a few factions, ahead of the curve sort of raid accomplishments, vanilla pvp titles, pvp seasonal accomplishments etc. This time e.g. two battlegrounds were retired. I had all on Strand of the Ancients, … Continue reading 8.0, Legacy achievements
Lots of new stuff! I have not read much before, and I never check PTR, so it is a bit confusing at the moment. Yesterday our (quite casual) guild had a silly birthday run through some old raids. We started "naked" (only shirt and tabard allowed) and the char who accumulated most gear "won". It … Continue reading Eight point Oh! Day 2.
The past weekend, Blizzard had free-to-play for players who have been offline for a while. I had not played since February, so I thought: "Why not try?". And here I am now and have resubscribed... Like probably many others... Suckers! At least I payed with in game gold! Swedish currency has been going down a … Continue reading Firefestival outfit
The time has come for the horde to get some soundtracks from me. This is purely race-based, music for races. To be clear, I did not invent the Warcraft universe, do not blame the keyboardist! First off is the Forsaken. Of course I came to think of God Save the Queen with Sex Pistols. I … Continue reading Soundtrack alternatives part IV
Alliance Here we are at part three of my musical confoundering (!) of WoW soundtracks. A wonderful auditory jambalaya that surely (sour-ly?) will enhance your experience and heighten your enjoyment of the game we all love. The time has come for Alliance race music. Which in other contexts would sound really strange to say, but … Continue reading Soundtrack alternatives part 3