Player perspective, Warcraft, Warcraft achievements, Warcraft Paladins, Warcraft Shadowlands, Warcraft Writing

Spikes of Happiness

Ever since my blood elf paladin Resora joined the Venthyr and I saw the armor appearances, I knew I had to get the Mantle of Crimson Blades, or what I call the Venthyr back spikes. But when I saw what anima, grateful offerings, and Renown level were required to purchase them, I knew they were… Continue reading Spikes of Happiness

gaming, Player perspective, Warcraft, Warcraft Shadowlands, Warcraft Shaman, Warcraft Writing

Hexaggerated Change

Sometimes when facing a daunting task, it helps to break it down into smaller, more manageable pieces. Playing shaman has reinforced this idea in that while I can play melee on my goatem Fiadeya, she's not as indestructible as my blood elf pally Resora. Thus I have to get creative when facing a particularly nasty… Continue reading Hexaggerated Change

gaming, Player perspective, Warcraft Shaman, Warcraft Writing

Go-Getter Goatem

For many years, I struggled to level any character in the shaman class. I think the first shaman I ever made was a female draenei and I played her for a while but lost interest around Legion. Then I made a vulpera shammy that I was sure I was going to level all the way… Continue reading Go-Getter Goatem

Player perspective, Warcraft, Warcraft Shadowlands, Warcraft Writing

Dungeoning Sri-style

In an effort to step outside of my comfort zone, come out of my shell, and other relevant clich├ęs, I started planning dungeon runs in Strawberry Friends a few weeks ago. It started with me just saying I was going to pug Timewalking dungeons on my lightforged draenei paladin Kriarii and asking if anyone was… Continue reading Dungeoning Sri-style