March 2019 Gaming Goals

World of Warcraft

I’m back in the game, questing with some randomness between characters, but letting my Druid go ahead as she usually does. I’m getting some fun crafting recipes, which makes me happy. I had the ingredients to Transmute Meat (?) into a Pet. But I got some wierdo squiggly mass I don’t know how to turn into a pet. It must be like the dinosaur eggs. Will have to look it up.

Goals for March
Level up
Try the Island Expeditions. Maybe I’ll love them.
Work on my various crafts.
Do more dungeons.

Elder Scrolls Online

I feared the new Zone Guides might be spoilery, showing me exactly where things I’d missed were. Happily, it just is more like an achievements list that let’s you know what’s possible.

I had already been back in each starting area, completing any quests I missed, doing all the delves, finding the Wayshrines, so this was just a help to see what I may have missed. It’s my habit most evenings to just head out along the roads, zigzagging across the countryside trying to methodically find everything I can before heading back with a full inventory. So I fill in lots on my maps.

I choose a new character each month to get the Daily rewards and play them a bit. I have my favorites that I switch over to as well.

Goals for March

Get everyone to level 30
Have everyone able to do the Daily Crafting Writs, though I don’t always do them Daily.
Continue leveling Main Crafting Character
Move Crafting character along in the Fighters Guild since she’s a Bow Wielder

2 thoughts on “March 2019 Gaming Goals

  1. You can hover your pointer over the Zone Guide and get more specifics, but it’s not as bad as pulling up spoiler maps on wiki pages. I have found the zone guide essential in Craglorn, so I’ve a feel for what other group areas might be out there an undiscovered, because I’d really rather not be surprised by them when going from Point A to Point B.

    • The only thing I’m thinking of using maps for are the treasures and the Crafting Maps for resources. I haven’t done Craglorn, so I can’t say I wouldn’t look for extra help there. Exploration and discovery in this game are pretty amazing, as are many other things. The more I play, the deeper the game seems.

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