It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these, so this week we honour Scholomance, which we ran multiple times for the Polyformic Acid achievement.
It’s rather beautiful, isn’t it?
I was farming for Infested Bear Cubs today…
Good job, Blizz, these are DISGUSTING. Periodically, they spew out green vapour from their mouths… combined with the putrid crawler eggs on the back, it made me want to /puke.
This week I was questing in Terokkar Forest and took this picture as I was searching for Empoor. I don’t often quest here, but when you kick back and look at it, the place really is beautiful.
Every week, some people on twitter do a Friday ‘Fun Run’ to different raids as a group, and this week, we went to Throne of the Four Winds. This week’s picture is taken from there. It really is beautiful!
This is the lighthouse just off the coast of Stormwind Harbour. I had a serene few moments, with trade chat turned off of course, enjoying the moment and admiring the beauty.
Poor Pandas. I don’t think their model quite fits in the sidecar of the Mekgineer’s Chopper!
(photos are of our friends Thondar and Kiwii)
I can’t believe it’s that time of the week already!
In Violet Hold, I found Shirrik’s (my Observer pet) Dad!
Then I killed him.
Firstly, a picture from our holiday, as IRL stuff is important too!
Now, our WoW PoTW is from when I was flying my dear wife to BRD on her lowbie Warlock and she went AFK for a bit… so I decided to drop her off somewhere comfortable…
Recently we started a levelling project with our friends, Kiwii and Thondar. We are going to level together on characters who – for the moment at least – don’t have heirlooms. We are level 21 at the moment, with myself on a Warrior, Mr B on a Druid tank, Kiwii on a Monk and Thondar on a Paladin healer. I can’t say I’m enjoying the warrior at the moment, so I may swap in my Warlock when we get there, but levelling as a group is really fun and takes the monotony of levelling away…
This is myself and Kiwii in the Panda starting zone listening to a story together.
One of the small ranches outside Halfhill
I think these small villages are so quaint!