Monday, November 5, 2007

Weekend Happenings in Azeroth

This weekend was super awesome in WoW. My wife and I decided, on a whim, to play as some of our neglected Blood Elves. So Strael (the paladin) and his lovely cohort Contrae (the warlock) ran around Hillsbrad, joined fortuitously by our friend's troll hunter.

That was great - they were both self sufficient enough that I didn't have to do much tankery or healery with my retribution-spec, and when the need did arise my extra seven-to-ten levels certainly came in handy :)

We actually made a whole weekend out of that little group, and we all got set up with the in-game voice-chat stuff and ran just the three of us through Shadowfang Keep and Blackfathom Deeps. Not much (read: no) experience for me except for a couple quests I hadn't done in BFD, but it was still a lot of fun to go through them.


Now I'm home after a slow day of work; I'm fed with pizza and pie; and it's just about time for me to play some video games.

Talk at ya more tomorrow!

2 comments:

TJ said...

/cheer on making it this far with your daily posting!

I know I would have no problems coming up with daily posts if I would just write about what I do in WoW every day, but when I think about it, it would all be "So, today, I stood around Shatt and did nothing." or "Well, yesterday, I killed two elves for some sunfury signets but then I got bored with that and flew up in the sky and did nothing." or "We had a raid tonight, and after that, I found the highest place in Terrokar I could and stood there for a while."

Gauntlet said...

Thanks, TJ.

My problem with making WoW posts everyday is that I don't necessarily play every day... and oft-times when I do it's "I logged in to make some bags with my tailor, and then I logged in every one of my alts and juggled their mail so it doesn't expire, because I'm a packrat and I don't have enough space even though they're almost all outfitted with netherweave bags... oh, and then I randomly played this character here, did a quest or two, and then wandered off to read other people talking about video games."