Legion Ends

“Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.”
Lyndon B. Johnson


Legion (Loose) Ends

Like everyone else, I’m clearing my bags and ready to go see a new land.

Trying for things is part of the fun. I did not get my 1000 pvp battle wins. That’s okay. I don’t beat myself up about it.


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I came way too late to the gold rush party. I didn’t think that I’d hit five or six million this late in the expansion, everyone was off parachuting into Fortnight. But, I’m pleased I made it up to 4.7 million. I’ll get that Auction House mount someday!


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The Highmountain Paragon mount still is hiding from me. The RNG frustration is astounding because I played the crap out of the Emissary quests.


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Remember the wee bit of embarrassment of the achievement for catching 10,000 fish? How could anyone spend so much time on something so mindless? In that, I am very glad that there is no achievement for plucking Starlight Rose!


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Finally, here is the current Achievement Pane which has now the BfA stuff in it. I really did play a lot and got my money’s worth out of Legion.


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Let’s hope for an immersive Battle for Azeroth.

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2 thoughts on “Legion Ends

  1. What an accomplishment, you’ll have that mount soon šŸ™‚ RNG in Highmountain was not kind to me either. There’s an achievement for catching that many fish? Gosh, I didn’t even know that. I knew about the 10.000 WQs! I am at 2500ish something, hah, which I think is a crazy number on it’s own really.

    Good luck ahead in BfA šŸ™‚

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