Despite my best efforts, I didn’t have a whole lot of time to give to Day 3 of the TrialMan Challenge. As they say: Work Work, zug zug. I figure that playing for a shorter amount of time than anticipated is better than not playing at all.

When I stopped on Day 2, I left Nazuga hanging out with the Trolls of Sen’Jin Village. He was at level 6.

Big “Thank You!” to Legracen who taught me how to find out exactly how long I’ve spent playing Nazuga. He told me you have to type /played into the chat thing in WoW. Awesome!

This means that previous to Day 3, I spent a grand total of 2 hours, 28 minutes, and 41 seconds on Nazuga.

I was so tired on Day 2 that I logged out without turning in a completed quest. The first thing I did on Day 3 was turn it in. Ding! Nazuga is now level 7.

Bom’bay sent Nazuga to “get some o’ the goop from the crabs down by the water”. He decides Nazuga will need to get “5 handfuls”. Ewww!

I didn’t think I’d like this quest at all. But, look! The crabs blow bubbles! That’s adorable!

Nazuga got a new spell to try out. It’s called “Blink”.  It “Teleports the caster 20 yards forward, unless something is in the way. Also frees the caster from stuns and bonds.” Let’s try that out!  Nazuga started here, and hit “Blink”.

He ended up here. Not bad!

The next quest required Nazuga to fight giant scorpions and use a totem for the poison. My main is a Draenei Shaman. It was nice to be able to use a totem again (even if it was for a limited time).

Lar Prowltusk (an NPC) sent Nazuga on a quest to kill more Alliance Humans (and find their scrolls). This meant he had to go right back to the exact same place as on Day 2.

His less-than-thrilled expression says it all.  Here? Again? /sigh

Turn in the quest – and get a Thwarter’s Belt. Snazzy!

I forgot to mention that Master Gadrin gave Nazuga a better weapon when he turned in the first quest.

Master Gadrin had a new quest that involved searching for an NPC called Jhash who would give Nazuga a free ride to Razor Hill. He was nowhere to be found, so Nazuga traveled by Bat instead.

Well, that’s new. I don’t remember this structure being in Razor Hill the last time I played through this part.

I learned that it doesn’t matter how you managed to get to Razor Hill. No matter what means of travel you took, you are still allowed to turn in the quest.

Nazuga sat down to rest for a while in Razor Hill.

I completely forgot to take a screenshot of the statistics. I’ll have to start with one for Day 4. I did manage to take a screenshot of the total time I’d played Nazuga.

Progress: Level 7
Location: Razor Hill
Deaths: Zero
Total Time Played: 3 hours 15 minutes 16 seconds

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