Mooglegem and I quested in the Twilight Highlands this week. Here we’re pretending to be Twilight Cultists. They totally bought it.
We explored a dark cave together too. We were a bit scared, but luckily for us, we had Squishy the water elemental to fight off any dreaded spooks.
Okay, okay, it was actually Mooglegem who managed to cleanse the place and save me from the bad spirits. I just didn’t want to admit to being saved by a blood elf.
While fighting the Black Dragonflight, I invented a new sport – dragon surfing. While watching a dragon surf would be pretty neat, that’s not what this is.
When I saw Mooglegem earn the achievements Explore Twilight Highlands and Explore Cataclysm, I had to go fly in circles until I explored Victor’s Point too and earned the achievements. Nice to finally get this.
Then we pretty much performed genocide against the Black Dragonflight. I’ll admit to feeling a little bad about that.
Next I tried to go for a quiet flight, but these darn Kor’kron kept flying behind me everywhere I went.
After earning Fading into Twilight (and Loremaster of Cataclysm), I sort of expected the zone to be just about done, but there were still a significant amount of quests left.
We posed with Blindeye the Guardian because we thought he (and his surrounding area) looked pretty cool.
Squishy was thrilled to meet Super Squishy, so we swam in circles around him excitedly! (I wish Blizzard hadn’t removed the ability to rename water elementals even if they never intended it to be in the game anyways.)
I enjoyed the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy references in the names of these two-headed ogres.
Beeble’phod and Za’brox are obviously references to Zaphod Beeblebrox.
All in all, Twilight Highlands was an enjoyable zone, but I’m glad to have finished all the Cataclysm zones. Now I wonder if I’ll finish Blackwing Descent or Throne of the Four Winds in time for Mists of Pandaria. Probably not.