The Sprite Darter’s Wings transmog was given for free to players who have a six-month World of Warcraft subscription. That’s how I got it. Players who don’t have a six-month WoW subscription can buy it for $20.00 from the Blizzard Shop.Continue Reading “Sprite Darter’s Wings”
Over the years, I have gathered up an abundance of screenshots from several games – including World of Warcraft. My goal is to use up as many of them as I can, since that was the point of taking them in the first place.
The WoW screenshots in this blog post are from 2010. I no longer remember the quests, lore, or story line that goes with them.Continue Reading “Deleting WoW Screenshots”
People who purchase the BlizzCon 2018 Virtual Ticket (or who have purchased a ticket to BlizzCon 2018 – the Virtual Ticket access comes with it) will receive a bunch of goodies for Blizzard Entertainment’s games. In this blog post, I focus on the World of Warcraft BlizzCon 2018 items.
I am what can be described as an extremely casual World of Warcraft player. I don’t have any Level 100 characters, have barely touched the Mists of Pandaria content, and am currently spending most of my WoW time on a low level Dwarf Priest (who is running with my husband’s low level Dwarf hunter). This is not a complaint, as I am quite happy where I am at in the game. I’m having fun.
It seems to me that many video game related blogs are primarily intended as a source of news. There is nothing wrong with this. Personally, I just don’t have it in me to keep up with WoW in the way that several other writers are able to. When the WoW Token was first revealed, there were tons of blogs that discussed it. Now, a few months later, I’m finally ready to share my thoughts about it.
The Cooking Trainer in the Craftsmen’s Terrace in Darnassus gives out daily quests. One of them is called “Back to Basics”. I used to do a segment for the All Things Azeroth podcast that was called “Back to Basics”, so, this quest caught my attention.
The screenshots that you see in this blog were taken on April 15, 2012.
I heard that the Forsaken starting zone was going to change after Cataclysm. That was a good enough excuse for me to roll a brand new little Forsaken and check out the current starting zone for that race.
I didn’t have a Warlock yet, and that seemed like a fun class for a Forsaken character to be. Vivisade got her name from the random name generation. The screenshots in this blog were taken on September 5, 2010.