Azeroth’s Frankenstein

Last week Argus popped out on the sky, and there were doomcallers in Dalaran. A pessimistic lot, I say!

This week there was a quest to meet King Magni Bronzebeard in Sholazar Basin. Speaking of Magni, is he now an eternal (diamonds are forever) and also quite the charmer (diamonds are a girl’s best friend)? If we are going to be silly, why not have the music to it? But I digress…

So I (i.e. my warlock) follow Magni to the The Maker’s Overlook, which is guarded by constructs.


What I mostly noted with them was the sound of their responses when I clicked on them spoke to them. The grunting sound reminded me an awful lot about the monster in Young Frankenstein. I guess I did not immerse enough. It did put me in a good mood though.

On to help King Magni! I am not sure he is king anymore? He will always be the King for me! Vanilla ftw! Oh wait, back to the present.

It was a short quest inside to help Magni to help. Magni says Brann should have been there, and it is a sort of Brann quest. One thing that made it quite hard for me were the graphics. I do have my troubles, due to some chronic health problems, but this firework of lightning etc was quite too much. If I do it on another char I’ll turn down graphics to a minimum.

Thats all for now. My first post on this blog.

6 thoughts on “Azeroth’s Frankenstein

  1. That was an excellent read, Wisteria, so happy to see you here in my Blog Reader 🙂

    Nice simply transmog 🙂 Vanilla ftw for sure.

    Haha, ‘clicked on them’ vs ‘spoke with them’ :p

    I hear you on those graphics. I have my spell effects turned down to minimum for that exact reason, but sometimes, it appears as if those I would classify as spell effects are not, and they end up being far too flashy anyway.

    It’s one of the things I miss about Vanilla, really; There were far less sparkling chaos going around. For me, it distracts me, and gets in the way of immersion.

    Such a sweet header image 🙂

    Your view on the game makes me smile, thank you for sharing – Looking forward to more!

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    1. Thank you for the kind words. 🙂
      I had your blog in my reader so I pulled myself together and started on this little project, to return the favor. On a much smaller scale ambition- and quality-wise, obviously.

      My graphics settings are not at max, but maybe I should turn them down a bit more. I like pretty graphics out in the world, but in especially raids it is quite too much at times.

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      1. A flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it. It just blooms.

        No one in the entire world can do a better job caring for this blog of yours, than you 🙂

        Yes, gosh, raiding and spell effects. Its way over the top these days!

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