The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of what is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of occasions for hope.
Legion: The Non-Daily Show
Gnomecore, who is a bit of a philosopher, wrote this on his blog today. I’ve read similiar ideas from Alex over at Blizzard Watch last week.
Without dailies or garrisons, all play is active engagement even if it is a World Quest (a kind of daily). However, like so many others, WoW in the morning over coffee to do those routines was a comfort to me and its own type of fun. Flipping through e-mails from work while on a flight path was my style for years. And my point: it keeps us tethered to the game when we don’t have the time or interest to be engaged in a “meaningful” way. Without that gentle leash, how easy would it be to get in the habit of not logging in at all? We shall see, won’t we?
I was delighted to read this on Eyes of the Beast to get our Fetch back as hunters! Like Druids in Moonglade, each class must have it’s own set of flavor. Sure enough, Wowhead posted this list yesterday for all the classes to go find their fun bits. The chosen locations are pretty much perfect for our classes!
Bodhi Rana talks about Pre Patch Ground Zero. After cleaning out his garrison, his raid group did an HFC run to test their classes. I’ve been doing some in the LFR but that is the way to go. I think my Raid Leader is waiting for Demon Hunters since we all shouted for a break from raiding.
I’ve said it before. If someone wants to write a dedicated Druid blog, they’d get traffic. My blog traffic has doubled over the past week, many on Druid searches. I don’t know if this is common to a new expansion since I’ve not blogged that long. Still, visitors from Sweden, Russia, Singapore, Germany, Denmark, the UK and all over the world reminds me how big the World of Warcraft is as a game. It is neat-o.