Back — and cranky

Hey, all. Well, vacation is over — although “vacation” is not really the right term, as I was engaged in a lot of manual labor every day. I even took a slight break from WoW — would go two or three days without logging in, usually on evenings when I was too beat to do … Continue reading Back — and cranky

Warfronts and Uldir

Yesterday I accomplished two tiny little milestones in Battle for Azeroth: my first Warfronts scenario, and finally clearing Normal Uldir. I found the Warfronts scenario somewhat fun, but I fail to see what the long buildup has been about, and why the hype. I mean, it’s basically a standard Battleground with NPCs inside that give … Continue reading Warfronts and Uldir

Battle for Azeroth wearing thin already?

I love playing World of Warcraft. I may not be the stereotypical fangirl, but it says something that I have played it all these years, with no real break. If anything, I play more hours each week now than I did when I first started the game. I just want to get that out there, … Continue reading Battle for Azeroth wearing thin already?

Labor Day musings

Friday when I posted, I completely forgot that this is a long Labor Day holiday weekend in the US. Had I remembered, I would probably have given my readers notice that I would not be posting today. But I did not remember, so you all are stuck with a catch-as-catch-can post. I did play WoW … Continue reading Labor Day musings

Disorganized

Starting the second week of Battle for Azeroth, I am still feeling a bit overwhelmed. I am trying to develop a routine, so that I don’t spend time flailing around trying to figure out what to do for the evening. But I am still so unfamiliar with the new expansion that I spend a ton … Continue reading Disorganized

Leveling retrenchment, sort of

My last post listed some of the top complaints about Patch 8.0.1. There were five, but since then, complaints about two of the topics (full screen mode and personal loot) have taken a back seat to the explosion of irate forum posts about the other three. I think I can confidently say the top three are … Continue reading Leveling retrenchment, sort of