But that's got me thinking – I'm on the path to 80, and want to be gearing up for Naxx. Which reputation grinds should I be concentrating on now that the walrus men love me enough that I don't have to steal puppies for them any more. Which of the tabard-based factions and which of the daily-based factions should I be working on first?
Help a tree out here! Some advice, please, my loyal reader…
Just a reminder that I'm generally a "spoiler-free" player. I don't go on the test realms, and I try to avoid anything but the most basic information about patches until they go live on the servers.
So, this blog will most certainly NOT be your source for all things 3.1-related.
Ugh. /sob /cry
Bad news abounds! Abounds, I say!
- Phae, the druid blogger, the one who was so damn good that she made me get off my lardy virtual arse and get blogging, is calling it a day. I understand her reasons completely, and am glad there's the patter of tiny roots in her future, but the blogging world will be all the poorer if she doesn't re-emerge somewhere or somehow. Thanks Phae. You'll be missed.
- We haz been hax0red. Ouch.
Still, I had pancakes last night. That counts for something.
Hey, I've only got three more dings left until the next expansion. I might as well make the most of them…
Look, I hate to break the habit of a lifetime, and actually post useful content, but this came up on Twitter this morning (see here and here and here), so, I can't be the only one who took an age to figure this out…
- If you're trying to put together a city gift package, the "consumable" type items (beer in Ironforge, etc) don't come from guards, they come from vendors, 'cos vendors need love, too.
Well, that was my one useful tip from me this year. Hope you enjoyed it…
Now be careful out there. And don't be a whore.
Just for reference, this is my favourite episode of any WoW comic, ever.
The final panel is priceless.