Playing the Alt Game

I feel like I have been neglecting the blog as of late and I am sure you are tired of me saying that I am neglecting the blog. :)

But I have been playing as much as ever. I had this grand scheme of making narrated videos for all of Trial of the Crusader but as luck would have it, while the PUG my Death Knight ran went great, last night when I was hoping to record the run my Hunter was in I was plagued my last nights login problems with accounts.

So unless I find a group Monday night the whole video plan will have to wait till next week with the addition of Anub’arak, which isn’t a bad thing.

So while I have been slacking on the daily heroic on Drotara, since I did get a Trophy last week and I am holding out for 75 Triumph badges for the chestpiece, my alts are rocking the house. My Shaman hit 60 (he is actually hovering over Zeth’gor at the moment) and I have a Paladin and Rogue who are ripping up the 20-29 WSG bracket with their BoA goodness. My Death Knight was able to buy his regular Tier 9 shoulder and got a pair of iLevel 245 tank boots from 25 man this week, so he gained like 1000 HP.

Blizzcon has come and gone and unfortunately I missed it in-person, I caught some of the streams and the Arena matches. I don’t think I can provide any insight that hasn’t been reiterated a bajillion times on other sites. At the initial information I am excited on a nostalgic level. I have found memories of vanilla and whenever I joked about heroic lowbie dungeons it was always Deadmines and Shadowfang Keep. I look forward to Mr. Smite yelling “You landlubbers are tougher than I thought! I’ll have to improvise!” and then smack our tank around.

I am still exploring some options to help this site pay for itself. With the economy the way it is I’ve been required to do a lot more freelance work than usual which is one of the reasons posting has been so scarce lately. My free time has been used to actually play WoW. :)

Well that’s it for now. Expect videos soon. I am going to make them! All of 25 man Trial of the Crusader.

About Drotara

Drotara (or BehemothDan) considers himself a geek on many levels. A web developer and programmer by trade, he has no shortage of geeky hobbies. When not fulfilling husband and daddy duties, he enjoys WoW, the WoW TCG, Magic: The Gathering, and great board games with friends and family.