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WoW 8.2 Leveling Guide

Marcelian (@MarcelianOnline on Twitter) put together what can best be described as a pretty damn cool leveling guide for Patch 8.2 in World of Warcraft! If you are looking to level up a new character to unlock the heritage items, or just want to try leveling without going back to Classic WoW because…



… this is the video for you!

The complete 8.2 leveling guide is here! Learn powerful 1-120 wow leveling tips and all the information you need for 8.2 leveling such as optimal zones, useful leveling addons, best items, optimal quests, heirlooms and consumables and many more tips and tricks. Patch 8.2 BFA is a bit unfriendly with alts but our world of warcraft leveling guide will make it easier if you are starting from scratch because everybody wants 8.2 leveling fast 🙂


World of Warcraft Cinematic – Safe Haven

Varok Saurfang realizes that if he is to secure a future for the Horde, he must reach out to the one who led it in the past.

The Battle for Azeroth, and the future of the Horde, continues…

Welcome back, Thrall. #ForTheHorde





As many people know, NaNoWriMo is the tag associated with National Novel Writing Month, a month where people challenge themselves to write 50,000 words (which equates to about a novel). It a challenge for budding writers who find themselves stuck, or who tell themselves “I’ll get to it later.”  Traditionally it takes place in November, but the community promotes other challenge months as well.

This November, I’m getting involved. Which means that most of my free time will be taken up at the keyboard. While this is not anything new, I’ll be writing on the keyboard and not killing digital snakes and wolves, or picking flowers or rocks. I may squeeze in some WoW time but it’s really not a priority.

Especially in November, when I won’t be attending Blizzcon. I’m still choking on that bitter pill. I haven’t swallowed it. I just let the damn thing dissolve in my mouth, leaving a very horrible taste on my tongue.

This leads me to today when I came up with the damn fool idea of Azgofamo!

No, I’m not having a stroke. I also did not faceroll my keyboard.

AzGoFaMoAzeroth Gold Farming Month!

It’s the beginning of the month, so I thought I’d try this challenge for October and see what kind of results it produced.  The goal, much like the challenge in November, is 50k. In this case, it’s fifty thousand gold. That’s half the price of a token, more or less. Not bad for thirty minutes a day.

The self-appointed rules are simple:

  1. One character.
  2. Thirty minutes.
  3. Profit?

I made a Demon Hunter and used the trial boost to get her to 110. I unlocked the new content, set my hearthstone, and started about my business. I then took everything I picked up, used the portal to Stormwind, and posted everything on the AH.

The plan is to use the Hearthstone to port back to the new content, farm until the cooldown on the Hearthstone times out (30 minutes on an unguilded character), then use the remaining few minutes to portal back to the AH and post.

Why do this?

  • It will help me to manage my time. Next month I need to set aside enough time to get the word count in. This will help me get into that target mindset.
  • I could use the gold to help guildies who might be having trouble making gold on their own. Despite what people think, not everyone has the know-how.
  • It’s something I could do next month as well. If I reach my word count for the day and I still have about half an hour, I could pop in and do my thing.

Day One is done. I may sneak on later to do my thirty minutes for yesterday, giving me one hour logged for the first two days of October.

Has anyone else tried something like this in Battle for Azeroth? What did you do for your gold farm? What kind of results did it produce for you?

BfA – Bad Freakin Attitude


When the very first Battle for Azeroth trailer came out, the leaders of both factions flexed their muscles and people lost their minds. Sylvanas unleashing her battle cry gave folks “the chills”, and watching the young lion Anduin flexing his holy might gave others “the feels”.  Social media ate it up, and people lined up behind the badass Horde Warchief, while ruthlessly mocking poor Anduin.

I feel bad for the Alliance. Actually, what I feel bad for is the Stormwind PR department who, after a number of expansions, still can’t get the hook that the Horde did. It’s what they call in professional wrestling, “being over” or having the fans buying into, and supporting, a character. In this case, the Horde has been “over” for years. “For The Horde” is a catchphrase that has been money, and the Alliance could never come up with a suitable rallying cry. “For the Alliance” seemed like a knockoff of the more popular phrase, and the brief “Alliance Roar” that Chris Metzen tried to get over one year at Blizzcon never caught on.

That probably has nothing to do with the rest of this post. I just felt it needed to be said because, over the past few weeks, catchphrases have been the least of the WoW Community’s concerns.

Sylvanas went and committed genocide of a sort by burning down Teldrassil, the World Tree. She just straight up wiped out an entire population of Night Elves. Because reasons.


That had the interesting reaction of Alliance supporters wanted her burned at the stake and Horde players tugging uncomfortably at their collars. Some fired back with “you don’t know the whole story, there’s probably a good reason for Sylvanas doing it”. Others felt the Warchief lost her mind and decided to remove their shoulder pads in protest.

As soon as I saw the cinematic, I just assumed that she was being manipulated by the Old Gods. Get rid of the World Tree, build their strength, promote a war between the two factions with enough power combined that could stop them. You know, that old song and dance.

But that’s me, and this all may be moot because there have been events after this that I just lost interest in. Not because Sylvanas did a Very Bad Thing, but people online are really taking this personally. And that really doesn’t engage me at all.

Tomorrow, Battle for Azeroth will officially launch. For days and possibly weeks after, I’ll be doing two things – avoiding the toxicity of social media while people lose their shit over this, and leveling my Monk character through old content. Hopefully, by the time he reachest Current Content, people will have calmed down somewhat and I can enjoy the game as it was meant to – as a game.




CelebriD&D Battle For Azeroth

Terry Crews is Thodak the Blacksmith— joined by Troy Baker, Ashly Burch, Jessica Chobot, Taliesin Jaffe, and Marisha Ray with Dungeon Master Matt Mercer the group faces off in an epic World of Warcraft-themed episode of CelebriD&D.


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