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

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

Player perspective, Warcraft, Warcraft Paladins, Warcraft Priests, Warcraft Shadowlands, Warcraft Writing

Best Laid Plans of Priests and Paladins

My "plan" for Shadowlands was to take my hunter Sriset through the storyline, align her with Night Fae, retire her, and then focus on leveling first my horde priest Srirajah and then my alliance priest Zarivia. Well, I did the Sriset part and started on the priest part, but then I got so tired of… Continue reading Best Laid Plans of Priests and Paladins

Player perspective, Questing, Warcraft, Warcraft Monks, Warcraft Paladins, Warcraft Shadowlands, Warcraft Writing

Kick-hoof Kriarii and Jumping Jackaen Moonglow

Life is full of adventures and the best adventures are those you share with friends. I've shared many adventures with my friend Jack and we've played and leveled several characters together. Our most recent leveling adventure involved my lightforged draenei paladin Kriarii and his night elf monk Jackaen Moonglow as we took them from 50… Continue reading Kick-hoof Kriarii and Jumping Jackaen Moonglow