Better late than never, eh?
March goals were basically leveling in World of Warcraft and Elder Scrolls Online, April will be more of the same.
World of Warcraft
I’m working towards 120 number three in Warcraft with my Rogue. I wasn’t going to do the Norwington Estates area, but I’ve sent my Rogue along that route because I realized I’d missed Anglepoint Wharf just a bit further on with my Druid and Warlock. I was pleased my Rogue did the infamous Stoats with so little trouble I didn’t realize she’d finished the quest requirements. I try to do all of the silver elites, but a Turtle Thing killed me pretty quickly with spin moves near the Estates. I love skinning in this area with my Rogue, it just seems like you get lots of (stuff). Once I got to the horse quests at Norwington, I found myself sliding down the road to the Wharf. Two more levels for her, then my Paladin.
I’m having odd screenshot problems with Wow. First the screenshot folder disappeared, then pictures where going into a “retail” folder. Now they go nowhere. I’ve looked at various fixes without luck. I could play it on my laptop to get pictures.
Elder Scrolls Online
My goal here was to get characters to level 30. I think I have three, with others close. It’s a pretty loose goal. The only thing I notice as I level is I can find new ores and cloth. I felt more powerful with everyone at level 18, but not since then, that I’d say, oh yeah, see me roar. It’s all a matter of armor and weapon upgrades.
Still, aside from Galaxies, I’d say there’s more variety in things to do in this game than in anything else I’ve ever played. It’s a constant treasure hunt. My Redguard Templar, whose turn it is this month, has like +1000 luck. She finds everything, and practically trips over treasure chests wherever she goes. I love her.
I bought Mathiisen Manor in Auridon in January, and have been slowly decorating it. I am putting in things I craft myself, and I don’t want to waste materials or home storage space on anything unworthy, so very slow indeed.