I feel like I oughta be writing some “real” post that discusses, oh, I don’t know, talents or gear or boss strats or whatever. I am supposed to be a warlock blog, y’know, not some random blog that rambles on and on and drones on and on, oh, and, by the way, I play a warlock.
But I’ve been doing things in WoW. Various things. Things I’m a bit proud of (some of them), but things I understand if you’re a bit “eh whatever” about them.
Mostly involving Acheesements. I don’t know if people use that word to mock achievements or what; usually I think an Achievement is something you do at the intended level, whereas an Acheesement is something you go back and do. Like reputations from two expansions ago.
I’ve been spending a lot of time in Outland lately. Yo Ho, Yo Ho, and a Bottle of Rumsey Rum…
Inspired by the Blueberry Totem post about how much BS is in “BiS lists.” I agree, so I’m going to show you my own Excel spreadsheet of items for my own PvE gearset. It’s not really a BiS list; in my view, it’s more of a source list than anything. I encourage you to make your own; I’m just showing you mine (& possibly how I make mine).
I double-checked with people (via Twitter) whether uploading my own Excel sheet would be useful or not. General consensus was people will use it just to tweak their own sets, so it’s meh if not useful. I then commented the crap out of my Excel sheet, so putting a minimal FAQ (by worksheet) here.
If you have questions or comments, just comment on this post. More-tag time.
Specifically talent spec, glyphs, and pets.
I was going to do a fishing reprise, now that my guild has the feast. Because since we have the feast, that doesn’t mean “stop fishing.” Actually that means “keep fishing more.” But our guild bank is going through supplies quickly, so I figured less writing, more fishing. I’ll finish it later. I keep forgetting the more tag.