Since I have been playing World of Warcraft, I have been in a total of five guilds. I did not even join a guild until I was almost level 60, which as I recall was sometime around the middle to end of Wrath. The first guild I joined was at the invitation of a RL … Continue reading Guild cycles
Standard disclaimer — if you want to be completely surprised about everything when Battle for Azeroth goes live, don’t read this. Over the weekend I did a little more investigation of professions in Battle for Azeroth. For myself, it is one thing to read a general description of how they will work and another to … Continue reading More on BfA professions
There is a Battle for Azeroth spoiler in this post. Don’t read if you don’t want to know. You have been warned. At the end of last week Blizz put out a short video of the Burning of Teldrassil (see it courtesy of MMO-C here). This event is one of the central lore features of … Continue reading Where’s the hope?
As I have for the past couple of weeks, I spent most of my game time this weekend continuing to chug away at leveling my Void Elf arcane mage. I thought maybe as I got more into the leveling mindset, I might come to appreciate the finer points of Blizz’s throwback leveling mechanics. Nope. I … Continue reading Through the glass darkly
Of all that we know so far about Battle for Azeroth, the one thing that has really made me angry is the revelation that Teldrassil will be burned. Honestly, this seems all out of proportion to whatever Alliance retaliation we may get in the form of sacking Lordaeron. So, yeah, okay, I get that making … Continue reading Destruction is the game
Spoiler alert. There are some very minor 7.3 spoilers in this post, don't read any further if that bothers you. I have not played a lot of WoW the past few days, but I did get a chance to dip my toe into the 7.3 PTR. As a disclaimer, it was just a taste, I … Continue reading Hell — I am not a fan
Looking back over my education, I think the single most important skill I learned was to ask questions. The Jesuits who schooled me were big believers in the Socratic Method, so we were not only encouraged but required to ask questions as part of every learning process. Sure, fractions and Shakespeare and the date of … Continue reading So many questions, so little time