On the Road Again

Monday, January 17th, 2011

Elfland always had undulating landscape, making it difficult to see over hills and in to dips. There were so many trees and bushes that even when the ground itself didn't get in the way you could hardly see for foliage. The creatures that stalked the land were generally four-legged and keen to flee faster than […]

Zen’Kiki the Trainee Druid

Monday, January 10th, 2011

Look at me go, in the Western Plaguelands at 35! The situation is much friendlier than before, with the undead now sharing Andorhal with the Alliance, and all of the wildlife agreeing to drop 15 levels solely to make it easier to reach the Scarlet Monastery. The Scourge pushed back somewhat, plantlife is free to […]

Okay, So, She’s a Dog

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

Gilneas has opened the Greymane Wall, the scourge invasion finally having pushed us worgen to venture in to Azeroth once more. I find myself getting more involved with the elves and other races as we prove our worthiness to be a part of the Alliance. As my adventuring continues I find new opportunities available. Just […]

Karma

Tuesday, November 4th, 2008

The scourge invasion heralding the arrival of the Lich King has called many to arms, to join the Argent Dawn in trying to repel the undead threat. Large, floating necropoles have appeared throughout Azeroth, spawning beneath them crystals of necrotic power and small armies of undead. Most of the undead are the rank and file […]

Sapphire Charges to 66th Level

Sunday, October 26th, 2008

Experience can be gained by killing mobs, completing quests, and exploring the world. There is only so much of the world to see, and quests generally require some spilling of blood, so experience points are most regularly gained by killing mobs. That is, when the mob dies. Because of this, I was taken quite by […]

Sapphire Enters the Outlands

Sunday, October 5th, 2008

After hearing Knifey talk of his first step through the Dark Portal to visit the Outlands, with its strange new creatures and otherworldly landscapes, I have been keen to see the new world for myself. Having explored most of Azeroth and defeated many of its deadliest denizens I feel prepared to face a greater challenge. […]

Knifey's Brewfest Adventure

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

When Knifey was working his way towards getting a ram, and avoiding the mechanostrider as much as possible, Melmoth helpfully pointed out that the popular Brewfest in October offers a swift ram mount that can be gained by repeating some daily quests for a week. Brewfest didn't come around quickly enough before Knifey reached 60 […]

Sapphire Hits 50 and Visits the Sunken Temple

Sunday, September 21st, 2008

There was a proposed guild run to battle the trolls and dragons in the sunken Temple of Atal'Hakkar, and I was going to be the tank. Before I head in to the temple, I am keen to get the warrior class quest from my trainer, but he thinks I am not quite ready and wants […]

Sap Considered Harmful

Tuesday, September 16th, 2008

Knifey and friends head up to Caer Darrow to visit the Scholomance, worried that the occupants are probably going a little stir-crazy with no one coming to visit. If anything could enliven an otherwise normal day of summoning undead it would be a visit by armoured heroes with pointy weapons and freezing spells. We have […]

Sapphire Skills Up

Wednesday, August 27th, 2008

Having spent so much time trying to make the Night Elf faction happy I became fatigued with all that Azeroth had to offer. I had heard many tales from both Faust and Tiger about their adventures, and then young Knifey headed out in to the world to stab anything in sight. By the time I […]