When you think there will be no Magic in your day:
World Of Warcraft
Oddly, I don’t read MassivelyOp much anymore. I used to read it every day, checking in multiple times a day. So I, whose main character is slogging through Northrend, almost missed this most entertaining retrospective on the Wrath of The Lich King Expansion by Elliot Lefebvre https://massivelyop.com/2020/02/28/wow-factor-the-world-of-warcraft-expansion-tour-wrath-of-the-lich-king/
It’s interesting to see how the original Wow crowd, who started in Vanilla, reacted to the games changes. Classic is still all bright and shiny new for me, with much offered that is not in the present game in my opinion. However, it is also true that I never liked World of Warcraft till the Wrath Expansion, and didn’t play it regularly till the time of that expansion onward.
My character is in the Scholazar Basin, having finished the Borean Tundra but getting stuck at Dragonblight. The quests are mostly enjoyable, except that Hemet Nesingwary is a big game hunter who has you do all his hunting for him. Weasel.
The area is one of the better jungle settings they’ve done, very dense and lush.
Meanwhile, I’m loving my Hunter in Draenor. It isn’t just the Garrison, which I love, it’s the stories of the characters all around you who travel through Draenor with you. And who eventually end up hanging around in your Garrison, one big happy.
I love the little Thresher, who becomes the size of a dog as soon as you tame it, but begins to quickly gain in size. Everywhere you go as a Hunter, the pets you can get really enhance the game.
In Classic, my Rogue is getting Time in Play. For some reason, I don’t take pictures in Classic. She’s just level 13. She says Hai!
Even though I don’t plan to test it, I’m hoping to see Shadowlands Alpha hit this week, or soon. Once the Alpha is up, we get that flow of info. It will be interesting to see if this time around they do what they always seem to do, write the Horde areas and quests first. That was the way of the last three expansions. Good luck to those asking to get in!