Tag: world of warcraft


I wanted to write a blog post, but inspiration seemed a little thin on the ground. I thought I’d try rolling the dice with a creative commons search on Flickr, and I ended up with this handsome chap strutting across some pavement. Sadly, magnificent as he is, he failed to provide much in the way of motivation, but here I am.… Read more →

Everyone loves a S.E.L.F.I.E.

I’ve been very lucky. I had a couple of level 100 followers for only a few days before the Field Photography mission popped up, followed almost immediately by Lens Some Hands, so now I have my S.E.L.F.I.E. Camera MkII and can commence with the ridiculous screenshots: This also means I’ve already ticked off everything I wanted to achieve in Warlords of Draenor: level… Read more →

1.21 gigawatts of Catalysm

Timewalking has added another dimension to my World of Warcraft playing that I wasn’t expecting. A Catalysm timewalking event has just started, adding seven dungeons to my potential rotation: End Time, Grim Batol, Lost City of the Tol’Vir, Stonecore, Vortex Pinnacle and Throne of the Tides. Now, the Catacylsm dungeons aren’t my favourites (are they anyone’s?) but aside from End… Read more →