To make up for only advancing two levels prior to my last post, I advanced seven more today. I’m Level 21 now, and I’m still not finished in Darkshore.
Anyway, I started off by gather reagents from animals. Trouble is, I couldn’t kill them. While sneaking up on a sleeping Moonstalker to pluck out one of its whiskers may seem like a laugh – I can assure you that it isn’t. I was always worried that my face would be torn off.
When it came to choosing a blessing from the animal spirits, I choose the bear spirit. 10% less physical and magical damage taken? Yes, please.
Despite my best efforts, Volcor didn’t make it. I felt sorry for Grimclaw, but at least he found a new companion in Cerellean Whiteclaw.
I loved blowing up murlocs with the Decoy Bot. Enough said.
One thing I learned today was not to touch Cat Figurines until at least Level 18. I was Level 14 when I first did it, and I got attacked by a Level 19 Ghost Saber. Thankfully, I was able to lure it back to camp, whereupon the guards quickly took care of it for me.
Once I hit Level 17, I headed off to Darnassus for new armour and a new staff. I also bought a stack Melon Juice. Though I went through it all within half an hour of buying it. So now I have two stacks.
When I hit Level 19, I was thinking to myself that I should really be in Ashenvale. However, I don’t like leaving quests unfinished, so I’ll stay in Darkshore until I am absoloutely sure that I’m done there.
I couldn’t help but notice that the icon for the Panther Figurine looked like a purple rat. Perhaps it’s just me.
There are a lot of bears in southern Darkshore. So it’s just as well I took the Bear Spirit’s blessing. Without it, I’d be fighting a bear every few steps.
I was glad to see that Prospector Remtravel still hasn’t changed. I love that silly old fool. Also, building a murloc hovel made me laugh, especially when all it did was attract more and more of the pesky little buggers.
As soon as I hit Level 21, I went to Darnassus for my riding training. Then I logged out to type this post and get some dinner.
Until the next time, folks. See ya!