They Like Me, They Really Like Me!
Once you’ve hit 80 in World of Warcraft, the options on ‘what to do’ seem to decrease significantly. Lets take my priest for example. The only gear upgrades she can obtain now come through raiding. As of yet, I’ve not found a raiding guild nor do I feel confident enough to want to PUG very often. This leaves me with few things to work on. Achievements (which I do enjoy), faction (less enjoyment), PvP, and other small ‘niche’ things. This weekend I decided to spend some time working on factions. I’m currently working on two in particular. One pictured above, the Kalu’ak (walrus like people) and the other would be collecting the seals I need for The Tournament, which is not exactly a faction per say so much as a requirement for me to do a lot of dailies.
Dailies. That’s how the majority of my time in game these days is spent. First there are the cooking and fishing dailies to complete, then the Tournament dailies (three of them so far), bringing my total to five out of 25. There are far too many dailies for me to keep track of so I try to focus on just a few at a time and then once those have been completed I’ll move on to the next ones. It makes obtaining my goals a little slower then I’d like, but it could be worse.
I’m trying to complete some goals before the world of Azeroth changes forever, but it’s a pretty slow process so far.
The rogue hit level 62 and has been leveling through BC quite nicely. While I do enjoy the ‘old world’ zones, it’s nice to be onto something new. Whether or not she’ll make it past level 70 I haven’t decided (that’s currently where I seem to be stuck, as both the DK and shaman have reached the 70’s and progress no further). I just dislike quest grinding an incredible amount.
Happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!
Just got exalted with the walrus men and I’d have to say it’s a grind but nice fishing rod lol