Player perspective, Shadowlands, Warcraft, Warcraft Hunters, Warcraft Shadowlands, Warcraft Writing

Toad-al Frog-ments of Fun

For the past couple weeks I've been having a blast just playing my blood elf hunter Sriset to play her. Not really trying to gear her for anything, not racing to do anything, just playing Shadowlands as the new chapters unfold. I've done LFR of the new raid once and I'll probably continue doing it,… Continue reading Toad-al Frog-ments of Fun

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

Draenor, gaming, Player perspective, Questing, Warcraft Priests, Warcraft Writing

A Very Welcome Skip

When I started playing my fresh level 50 blood elf priest Srirajah through the pre-patch event, I felt like something was missing. I'd leveled her a bit solo in Pandaria but mostly teamed up in Draenor with friends, so the experience of leveling her was quite unique compared to toons I'd leveled in the past.… Continue reading A Very Welcome Skip

gaming, Player perspective, Warcraft, Warcraft Warlocks, Warcraft Writing

Locking in the Sri-ness

For a while now I've been considering changing my lock Salxi's name to Srixi because the Strawberry raid group knows me as Sri and it just seemed confusing when I was playing Salxi. In truth, very few of my characters have a Sri-themed name because I'm Sri no matter what my character's name is. However,… Continue reading Locking in the Sri-ness

Pandaria, Player perspective, Warcraft, Warcraft Hunters, Warcraft Writing

A Good Scrub Can Go a Long Way

While I may sometimes feel that I'll never quite get certain parts of the game right, I don't consider myself forever a noob. I'd never done that dungeon before but we'd all purposely chosen to queue for a dungeon with a random group of people that may or may not know the dungeon, so calling me a scrub seemed unnecessary. But I know that there are unkind people in the game and in the world and that that will never change. I certainly won't let it change how I act either.