I got a new cloak that matches my shoulders really well! I’m actually pretty excited. It looks especially good when my Archangel wings are active! I’ll show you that later!
I’m really enjoying transmogrification. Here I’m using some PVP mooncloth robes, a bioluminescent lamp, a Dragon Sould weapon, a 4.3 heroic belt, my T13 head piece, and T1 shoulders.
I really wish you could transmogrify weapons into a different type. I want to use a mace! I have a very nice troll mace I’d like to use as well as the Hammer of Purified Flame that I received after returning Quel’Delar to the Sunreavers.
I realized I never posted kill shots! Oh no! Here we are after having killed Morchok.
And now you get to see an off-center kill shot of Yor’sahj the Unsleeping. He must have been tired.
This is our newest kill shot from Tuesday! We killed that dumb Warlord Zon’ozz!
And another video from Zaghar! Woo!
I thought I’d share some screenshots of my activities. Here Mooglegem and I are hanging out with Thrall and the Aspects. That jerk Deathwing is in the shot too.
We had to borrow some power from the Burning Legion in order to fight them in the Well of Eternity.
I finally finished all my cooking and fishing dailies!
I got on this stupid ride and couldn’t get off of it again. Every once in a while, custom interfaces fail me. I took a guess and typed /exitvehicle. Luckily, that’s the correct command.
I got into a group for the Darkmoon Faire arena and we totally kicked butt. It was a lot of fun!
Today marks the first day Winter Veil! As Greatfather Winter walks across the land, his billowing cloak leaves behind a wintry veil. By welcoming him into our cities and hearts, we are rewarded with a great Feast of Winter Veil!
Here you can see me celebrating with some hot chicks. Um, I mean Moogle, Harley, and a non-guildie we ran into who likes to celebrate!
And for our Secret Santa, we have five whole people who signed up! Wooo!
This patch introduced the Looking for Raid tool, which is great. It allows people who weren’t able to raid previously to raid. It allows people who already raid to minor upgrades faster. Because tier pieces from LFR will satisfy set bonus requirements along with normal mode pieces, it allows raiders to reach their four-piece bonus faster. However, this creates an interesting problem.
When a tier token drops in normal, should a raider who already has the LFR version pass on the token to allow someone who doesn’t have tier 13 for that slot at all a chance? This would help people reach their set bonuses faster as well as give pieces to people who need them the most. However, there’s another side to this. What if person A runs LFR every week, and person B never runs LFR. Person B might have an initial advantage because they’ll get the LFR T13, but in the long run, person B will be better off because they’ll be able to collect 4-piece normal T13 while person A is stuck in LFR T13.
I was thinking about this yesterday so I brought it up with my raid leader / guild leader. As it turns out, she’s been thinking about the same problem. It’s a difficult one, and she plans on asking how the raid team feels. Many of us already pass on loot to let less-geared members have gear. I think we’re all a nice bunch. However, I don’t like the idea of having to always pass on all my tier gear. Last week we ran the LFR all together during our raid time. If we keep doing this, perhaps it won’t be a problem.
I’m still not sure how Carpe Flux Capacitor will handle this. We’ll see how the raid team as a whole feels. I’m sure various raid teams out there will handle this differently. I’m curious what others are planning to do.