Another great outfit for one of my characters. Luckily she got a new shirt soon thereafter.
What the casual Priest wears fishing. This fishing spot right outside Thelsamar is the first in the Gnome/Drawf area I’ve found that yields pretty good fish even for a low level fisherpersonage.
My Warrior’s Level 20 quest. If I’m reading this right, he wants my level twenty Warrior to make her way drunk into a cave/area full of mobs level 24 +. Oh, and get back within an hour! How twisted is that.
My Paladin who got the most play time this week is level 24. It helped getting in both the Deadmines and the Stockades. The Stockades! You have a kill the Defias quest that has you go in every single room in the Stockades. Then in the circular rooms, you also have to kill everything. I can’t believe how long it took to go through. No Hogger, but there’s Hamhock.
Make Loh Go , Tiragarde. I almost have the pattern of it.
The level 20 Paladin Quest beginning. I can’t believe I survived these waves. I hate waves of things. I missed that my quest was up at level 20 because neither of the Paladin trainers gave it out, it was another NPC in the Cathedral of Light with a Blue Question mark over his head who had it. I was tipped by some higher level Paladin in a group when she asked “Where’s your fist?” Immediately I blurted “You wanna see my fist? High humor. The questline is long and goes in two dungeons, the next of which is Shadowfang Keep.
You know how it is when someone has your taste in clothes or hairstyle in a game. Instant buds.
I am having the worst time dragging myself to Mechagon to get my Rustbolt Rebellion rep. I peeked in when it first came out and haven’t been back. Now I have to go and I’d rather be anywhere else in Azeroth. It’s just a nasty junkyard full of stuff that wants to kill you. So ugly.
I like WQs so much I started my Rogue on them. I took a ferry to get to one and ran into a bunch of Naga. Yech.
Riding Grong, the Noble and Intellectual Ape.
Here’s what Boralus looks like at 3 am.
I started Mass Effect again, the original. I didn’t finish it the first time around, but got pretty far, I think. Steam’s reliable picture taking doesn’t work on Mass Effect, so the only way to get shots will be to hit Print Screen and pop it into Paint. I did see some tips on logging in as admin and blah blah, but not worth the tinkering. I’d forgotten how much I like the Shepard character. The voice acting is great.
How to pin yourself to a wall 101.
I spent a little more time in Elder Scrolls Online hunting for Dragonguard knowledge.
One of those Indiana Jones like leaps of faith as you spread powder to create a path over a chasm.
Into the Dragon’s Lair. Why did it have to be filled with Kwama?
16 shots in this post for IntPiPoMo.
35 total. Ta da. Getting there.