|Will we see this paintings outside Gilneas?|
Hey everyone! I know it has been forever. I really don't have much to say these days that everyone else out there isn't already saying. Cataclysm, and before that the Shattering of Azeroth, have pretty near blown me away. All the new content that I am slowly digesting (Delgada is at an anemic level 82) gets to be a little overwhelming sometimes.
I have plans. I really want to roll one of every race up, except for the Draenei and Blood Elf, to experience the new starter zones. So far the only ones I have done are the worgen and troll, and last night I started out the goblin area. Like many bloggers out there are saying, I, too, find the beginning questing so involving that the levels just fly by. The stories are engaging, and immersive. Yeah, I get that I am not really the chosen one, but does it hurt to believe it for just as long as it takes to get the hell outta Dodge?
|The ruins of Quel'Dormir.|
As for my eighties, I have hardly touched them. Delgada is almost done with Vash'jir. As soon as she could get back to the mainland, she did, because I stupidly threw her onto the boat without training her professions so she could level them. Thankfully, she is not a gatherer, so all the items she needed to level were already in her bag when she did eventually train, and her tailoring and enchanting are now being worked on. While in the Undercity, Delgada picked up archaeology, and she hasn't gone back to questing. She found her first rare last night, piecing together bits of Elven relics. The Highborne Soul Mirror is a neat toy (and if you have been reading at all on this blog, you know how Del loves her toys) that puts out a ghostly duplicate of the user next to them. The image turns and watches you as you move, but doesn't leave the place it was cast. I was surprised to get such a neat thing so early in the leveling, as Delgada is only about 165 skill points in.
My horde guild, KNR, has progressed to level 4. There are about 12 people at 85 already. Last night one of our guild mates linked their latest piece of gear in chat,and I about died laughing. The Emberstone Staff, complete with the same old graphics, dropped for him off a boss in Heroic Deadmines! I know, this is all old news to anyone paying any attention to the kajillion WoW bloggers out there, but I still find it silly (which is really one of the reason I play, for the silly stuff!) that someone would want to go back to an old instance and get the gear they leveled out of by level 25.
|If it's far, we give you a car...riage.|
I mentioned earlier I had tried out the Worgen starting zones. I have more than tried them out. I now have 3 worgen out of there. I don't have any plans to level more, yet, as I think a druid, mage, and rogue are plenty. The rogue replaced my night elf druid who was the replacement my now level 63 draenei hunter as a bank alt. Not that I don't plan to level her, just that she is kinda low on the totem pole. I really want to have a druid at max level, and the last of the three worgen is the one I am leveling. Her name is Dearbre, and I am leveling her as a restoration druid. Dearbre is Catalan for of the tree. Talk about forcing myself to stay a healer! She is closing in on level 30 pretty quickly.
My husband, his best friend and I started out together as worgen. We joined my alliance guild, Illuminati Order, which is also a level 4 guild, and grabbing achievements left and right. Here is a picture of the three of us, fresh level one characters in our cool starter clothes.
|A priest, a mage, and a warlock looking for adventure!|
Then, several quests later, in our top hats and wedding dresses...
|Yes, this was a candid shot.|
|Rolling with my homies.|
Bittsee's coming out party...
|Smog, palm trees and swimming pools. Kezan, or So Cal?|
That is all I have for now. I am itching to get Dearbre out of Ashenvale, and into mining something she can level her engineering with. How is Cataclysm treating you? I'd love to hear from you (pokes blog with a stick to see if it is still alive).