There are only a special few who know that I have a Mage. She was born out of a strange desire to have a character on an RP server who would follow in the footsteps of Harrison Jones and dedicate her life to Archaeology (It’s rude to laugh, you know). I was trying to bring this weird fantasy to life when the Scroll of Resurrection … Continue reading Some Love For My Under-Appreciated Mage
I like to fancy myself as a bit of an altoholic. Ever since The Burning Crusade I have always had multiple characters at level cap. Things were quite frankly out of control at the end of Cataclysm, with me having two Priests, a Druid, a Warrior, a Rogue, a Mage, a Warlock and a Paladin at level cap, with a Death Knight and Shaman who … Continue reading A Hunter Appreciation Week Confession
The other day while I was catching up with my blog roll, I noticed something truly horrific. My husband, Disconcur, has been immortalised in comic form! Well, that wasn’t the horrific thing, yay for Disco! The horrific thing was his outfit: compared to the class and elegance of bloggers such as Navimie, Luxypie, as well his fellow raiders, my husband’s Paladin looked like it had been … Continue reading An Emergency Transmog For A Stubborn Paladin
One of my last tasks as Guild Master was to come up with a generic recruitment macro that the officers could post in trade every once in a while. It’s been successful from what I can tell; none of the officers have been harassed by trade chat trolls and the recruits all seem like a good fit. But, there’s one problem: a trade chat good … Continue reading Guild Macro Grammar Question
Stepping down as guild master can spell disaster for your guild if you don’t do it the right way. In this video I talk about how I went about handing over the reigns (Yes, that’s right, my guildies have finally let me retire!) to ensure that the guild and the incoming guild master are prepared for the transition. I even hypothesis over what to do … Continue reading How To Retire As A Guild Master
My Alliance guild has a dream: a dream to unlock the Stay Classy achievement. Not a guild to do things the “normal” way, our GM started a little Pandaren hunter and went about leveling in the most peculiar way; a way that many of us veterans may not even consider in this day and age. He isn’t wearing any heirlooms. He hasn’t stepped foot into … Continue reading Community Blog Topic: Is Leveling Too Easy?
There comes a time in every shaman’s life when battlegrounds may not be enough to sate your blood lust and you find yourself in awkward situations like creating a character on the Arena Tournament server to help hinder Luxy and Disconcur in their quest for the title. In my short time attempting not to suck, I have picked up some pretty important (and probably obvious, … Continue reading Three Things I’ve Learned As An Arena Newbie
Setting goals is something that is pretty foreign to me. Sure, I’ve set guild goals like, ‘let’s start raiding by x time’ or whatever, but on a personal level I have always been happy to just coast through life seeing where it takes me. Apparently I’ve grown up over the past few months or something, because I want to get shit done, and apparently adults … Continue reading Gaming Goals For June
I’ve done it! I thought, I’ve finally broken free of my eight year thrall to World of Warcraft! Time to start thinking about a new game to settle on, no more of this drifting nonsense. And then Disconcur called out to me from his lair in a panic. “My authenticator isn’t working and raid has started! Can you please log in to WoW and let Navi … Continue reading No! Not Troll Hut!
In old news, the Activision-Blizzard investor call has revealed that World of Warcraft lost 1.3 million subs since February. Then there is the Newbie Blogger Initiative Anniversary round up. Depending on the blog and the way they determined which blogs are active (Many round up posts included Healing Mains as active, for example, but the latest post is in fact a closing down notice), roughly … Continue reading Little Blogger Lost