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Being tired of doing nothing but the mission table and World Quests with Kamalia and Kaelinda, and having heard that the demon invasions were great XP for leveling characters, I decided to start taking Kiralaira to demon invasions if one was up at a time when I could play. It seemed only right, from an RP perspective, to level a Demon Hunter through the demon invasions… She had, after all, sacrificed everything that she had previously been to become a keenly honed and focused weapon of demon destruction.

Kira had gotten to level 104 already from the “get first Artifact — push through the Stormheim opening scenario — get to 102 to get other Artifact(s) — get to 103 to do Chapter 2 of Order Hall Campaign — do Val’sharah to get Artifact tint” routine that I did with all of the One of Each Class set of characters, plus miscellaneous other questing. It took about a week of doing demon invasions whenever I could catch one to get her to 109, which is where she was sitting after the demon invasion last night. There was a demon invasion going on when I got home from work this afternoon, but it was over by the time the wee one went to bed.

Besides, I wanted to do all of the Tehd & Marius encounters as part of the leveling process. She’d already done the one at Felblaze Ingress as part of my earlier questing. I went around Azsuna to pick up the other three in that zone, then visited Val’sharah and Stormheim. The last one, in Highmountain, required level 110. By the time I’d finished the others, however, she still had about three-quarters of the level to go — she hadn’t been very far into 109 when I started.

Kira had a couple of leatherworking quests to collect stuff from the vrykul in Hrydshal. So I went to Stormheim and picked up where she’d left off at Havi’s hut near Yotnar’s vault, and played through the zone quest chain until she’d gotten the stuff she needed for her leatherworking quests. After turning in the vrykul armor pieces, I decided to keep following the leatherworking chain for awhile. Soon she was sitting right on the cusp of the big ding — so I decided to go kill some demons at the Faronaar Front so that she could ding from doing what she’s best at rather than from the profession quests.

She turned in the profession quests, then headed straight out to Highmountain to help Tehd and Marius deal with the Feltotem’s pitlord.

These guys… I’m glad the devs thought to put in a look at how a Demon Hunter and a Warlock might get along with each other.

Kiralaira is my third level 110 character. Her goals, now that she’s reached 110, are to become Exalted with the Wardens so as to thumb her nose at them for having put her on ice at the Black Temple, finish her 7.0 Order Hall Campaign, follow the Xe’ra questline up to the point where she has to collect a huge pile of oojimies from dungeons, go to the Broken Shore for long enough to get her last Champion, and then go to Argus.

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Archmage at last


The change-in-progress from the default style to the upgraded style is easy to see because I had the default style set to one of the alternate tints!

I’d been sitting on the last two quests of the 7.0 Mage campaign for a couple of months because one of them required running three random heroics, and I’d not felt like I had the time to spare to sit in queue. My school has a two-day mid-semester break today and tomorrow, though, so I determined that I was going to use this holiday to finally complete those quests.

I was pleasantly surprised at how short the dungeon queues were, making that quest easy to complete while baby was napping this morning and afternoon.

Tonight, I pyroblasted through the final scenario. I’m sure it would have been much harder at the beginning of the expansion; doing it after such a long delay, I was up to item level 875 and I had about 55 ranks in Felo’melorn. The demons — even the big boss Kathra’natir — just went up in smoke.

So now Kaelinda is finally an Archmage… and just in time, too. I also recently decided to start taking Kiralaira the Demon Hunter to demon invasions whenever one is up at a time that I can play. Kira sacrificed everything that she had been to become a weapon of mass demon destruction, so I figured it would be appropriate to finish leveling her through demon invasions (and Marius & Tehd quests!) rather than zone questing. She’s now up to level 107, and it probably won’t be long until she reaches 110 and can begin working on the rest of her Order Hall Campaign (and the Xe’ra questline, too).

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Upon teleporting back to the Hall of the Guardian to put some new traits into Aluneth and Felo’melorn after doing some questing in Suramar, Kaelinda observed something odd…

When she went to investigate, the portal to Suramar had an unusual green glow around it. She hadn’t used the portal to Suramar yet, so she was curious to see where it would go anyway. (I forgot to take a screenshot of the green glow before I clicked it, though.)

It didn’t go to Suramar.

Apparently she was somewhere in Frostfire Ridge? On Draenor?

What a strange experience…

I’m not particulary keen on this appearance (or any of Ebonchill’s appearances, really), but now I am reminded that I should take some time to go get the Hidden appearance for Aluneth. Hopefully the Hidden appearance for Felo’melorn will just drop while I’m working my way through the Suramar storyline and I won’t have to come back and grind for it.

I’ve got a couple of other things to do in Suramar besides the zone storyline itself that I think I’ll clear up before I continue much farther in the mainline questchain. I need to go visit that tailoring guild guy in Suramar City, and I’ve got a Mage Order Hall Campaign quest to make some trouble in Felsoul Hold with Kalec.

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Kamalia’s forays into Suramar were scattered and disorganized, and I felt like I’d done a few things out of order. When Kaelinda reached level 110, I resolved to go through Suramar with her much more carefully and methodically.

I tackled the introductory questlines one or two in a sitting. First, meeting Thalyssra and discovering what Kel’danath had been up to with the Withered. Next, meeting Occuleth and Valtrois. Finally, going into the city to meet the Lunastres and bringing the arcan’dor seed to Shal’aran.

I liked Occuleth the best of the three lead Nightfallen characters when I finally got around to meeting him with Kamalia. After doing the introduction to Suramar again with Kaelinda, I still like Occuleth the best. He’s such a hoopy frood. I really enjoyed the puzzle-game feeling of his workshop — figuring out where all the teleporters go and which sites are connected — and the amazing views of the zone and the city from each of his cliffside terraces.

The next step, before going too much deeper into Suramar City, was to activate all the leyline feeds.

Now, what should I do next?
I see exclamation points on my map for Jandvik, Tel’Anor, Moon Guard, Irongrove Retreat, and Felsoul Hold, so I can probably just go do those side-quest areas without waiting/needing to get breadcrumbs for them from Thalyssra. But I also know that there are two other quests in Felsoul Hold and one quest near Crimson Thicket that aren’t showing up on the map… maybe I should wait to get breadcrumbs for those from Thalyssra?
Or should I focus on doing the main storyline in the City, and leave the side-quest areas for later?
I should at least go do Jandvik so that those vrykul will be friendly the next time I have to run through their town on my way to Occuleth’s undersea survey.

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Kaelinda dinged 109 doing profession quests at the Darkmoon Faire last Sunday. I didn’t feel like she’d really done very much Legion stuff yet, so where did all that XP come from?

Hmm… she did all of Val’sharah. She did the first chapter in Azsuna and the first two chapters in Stormheim. She did her Mage order hall stuff at level 103 and got all of her Artifacts. She did the Exodar scenario. She did the Tailoring questline up until she got the first quest to go into a dungeon. She picked some flowers — aethril, dreamleaf, fjarnskaggl — and did the first quests for those herbs. And oh yeah, she did a couple of the bonus objective areas in Azsuna while working on the Tailoring and Mage questchains. So I guess that’s quite a bit of Broken Isles stuff, after all. But did she really get almost all of the rest of that XP from doing the Thunder Bluff and Old Dalaran fising dailies until she got the Jeweled Fishing Pole?!

Seeing that Kaelinda was so close to level 110, on Thursday night I decided to go questing with her instead of starting the Legionfall campaign with Kamalia or taking someone to the Thousand Boat Bash. She started by going to Azurewing Repose to help the blue dragons.

At Azurewing Repose, Kaelinda was nearly overcome by the raw, unfiltered mana radiating from the fully exposed ley line.

It had been challenging to break free of the addiction to the flow of mana from the Sunwell, that addiction that she hadn’t even known that she had until the Sunwell was destroyed… She had managed it eventually, sooner even than many Sin’dorei, despite — or perhaps because of — being a Mage and interacting with and shaping mana more frequently and intimately than those with other careers. Once, some years ago, she had gone to the Exodar in Human disguise; she had rapidly fallen into a daze from the haze of mana in the atmosphere there. She had thought, at the time, that she had mastered the addiction, and she had been somewhat ashamed of herself for succumbing so easily. This… this was a hundredfold… maybe a thousandfold more potent and difficult to resist. She struggled to stay focused and clear-headed. It would have been so blissful to just lie down in those shimmering pools, resting her head on the shore, like soaking in a nice hot bath, and dream for awhile.

It didn’t help that Aluneth kept greedily siphoning up the energy.

She had a great deal of empathy for Runas, because he reminded her of those first terrible weeks after the destruction of the Sunwell.

He also frightened her, because he reminded her of what she could have become if she hadn’t been able to begin recovering from the addiction as soon and as well as she did. She was both fascinated and horrified by her introduction to the Nightborne elves at Zarkhenar.

Completing the Azurewing Repose storyline got her over halfway from 109 to 110. That was also a good stopping point, so I continued on Friday.

After she had helped them defeat the Nightborne attack, the dragons sent Kaelinda to meet a ghostly Prince of the ancient Highborne elves, saying that he would be able to help her obtain the Tidestone of Golganneth. Kaelinda had spent many years studying what was known of the Highborne, so she was keenly interested — excited, to tell the truth — to learn about them more directly.

Kaelinda wondered what the rest of the Starlance family’s story was. Where had the children been, that they were not in Nar’thalas when Azshara cursed the city? What careers had Kallistia and Olothil pursued before they decided to become Mages? Or had they been Mages all along, hiding in Eldre’thalas? How had they remained so juvenile youthful over ten thousand years?

Nar’thalas Academy… I loved this place the first time I came through, with Kamalia, and I loved it just as much the second time through. I’ll have to get Kaelinda the Key to its past the next time that Archaeology quest comes up.

Kaelinda continued on and finished the zone after she dinged. The abrupt change of heart of the denizens of Nar’thalas toward their Prince stymied Kaelinda somewhat. For ten thousand years, Farondis’ subjects had hated him for what his defiance of Queen Azshara had cost them. Yet when Azshara confronted Farondis and dangled before him the hope of releasing his people from their curse, he defied her again… and now they suddenly respected him again?

It didn’t seem to make any sense. Could it have been because the revelation that Azshara was behind the Naga made them realize that Farondis cared for them and Azshara did not? And they’d rather be ghosts with a Prince who cared than properly alive (or dead?) with a Queen who didn’t? Or had they entirely misunderstood what Farondis had done and why — for ten thousand years? She would have to spend more time with the Court of Farondis, learning their personalities, history, and culture, to understand this thing.

Of course, Kaelinda was showered with things to do as soon as she returned to Dalaran and her Order Hall. Do World Quests! Go to Suramar! Take the Tear of Elune to Light’s Heart! Continue the Mage campaign! Go to the Broken Shore! I was surprised that she got pushed the Legionfall opening quest — I thought that she would have to complete the 7.0 Order Hall campaign first. She also needs to run the Eye of Azshara dungeon both to get the Tidestone and for her Tailoring quest. Because it was World Quests bonus week, I did World Quests — all the Emissaries that came up, plus a few extras to get to twenty. I had Kamalia send to Kaelinda the Artifact Knowledge catch-up thingy to get her to AK 20; then she spent most of the Order Resources she acquired from WQing to get to AK 25. She very quickly accumulated enough Artifact Power to fill up Aluneth from a handful of traits up to 20-some-odd. I think this AK/AP catch-up mechanism for alts works quite nicely!

So now I will be asking myself each evening: Suramar with Kaelinda, or Legionfall with Kamalia? Or be lazy and just do Emissary World Quests? 😛

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In Wrath, there were copper, silver, and gold coins, each bearing a wish — or just a statement — made by a lore figure, to be fished out of the fountain in Dalaran’s Eventide district. I spent quite a bit of time in late Wrath fishing them all up and cataloguing what they said.

When Dalaran returned as the hub city for Legion, I was glad to see that there was an all-new set of coins to be fished up. This time, Marcia Chase sells a series of lures that are each effective in fishing up a different subset of the coins.

Whether you’ve fished the coins yourself and want to remember what they all said or whether you want to know what they all say without going to the bother of fishing them, here’s a list of all the coins and the tidbits of lore they reveal. Some are serious, some are silly, some are sad.

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Copper Coins

One day, I hope to spread the path of the Light to the common people and teach them the value of the Three Virtues. — Alonsus Faol

I wish for happiness and acceptance for my daughter. She feels so out of place here… — Ansirem

Can I have a more comfortable saddle? My hindquarters ache. — Attumen

I hope a troll dies, right… NOW. — Danath

I wish that jerk Arthas would fall into a pile of magnataur doody! — Dornaa (whose coin is Shiny)

May Tirion’s quest here in Northrend end with success, or may he die honorably in battle. — Eitrigg

Being a rogue is hard work. Someday I hope to puruse my life’s one true passion… — Elling Trias

I hope I end up in another book eventually. — Falstad Wildhammer

Fah, the foundtains in Gilneas could grant ten times as many wishes as Dalaran’s! — Genn

I wish I had my father back… — Inigo

My prayers go out to my brothers and sisters who still suffer in the heart of Grim Batol. I will free them. — Krasus

Boom. Now boom? I wish for boom. Boom go! This coin must be broken. I wonder if it’ll explode. — Kryll

I wish I’d kept that coin. — Landro Longshot

Just once — that’s all I ask for, just once — let the lass ride with me… — Molok

I wish the water in Northrend wasn’t so cold. It makes me sleepy. — Murky

I hope that handsome nobleman Lord Prestor notices me. He’s so dreamy! — Princess Calia Menethil

I wish to grow a glorious bushy mustache someday. — Private Marcus Jonathan

Someday, I’m gonna be more powerful than all of these mages! — Salandria (whose coin is Shiny)

I hope I get transferred out of Stormwind eventually and see Cersei again. Nothing good ever happens in this city. — Squire Rowe

You mages refuse to provide me that which hastens the inevitable fate of two people in love, when only one is too naive to see it. I wish you all ruin. — Stalvan

Asto’re da shan’re. Turus Fulo Il’amare. A’Talah Adore. Isera’duna… — Vareesa

I wish Captain Sanders would hurry up with my shipment of wine. — Vargoth

Wish I had that cousin of mine’s duty to do nothing more than lug wood around carelessly… — A Footman

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Silver Coins

I really wish you mages would get your heads out from inside your own… books. — Aegwynn

May my sisters realize their full potential, the name of Windrunner known as result of their deeds. — Alleria

Grant me the strength to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. — Antonidas

Oh, why won’t you notice me? Abbendis, I would follow you anywhere. I wish you would notice me… — Arcanist Doan

The War of the Shifting Sands… I wish I could forget it ever happened. — Fandral Staghelm

How does this fountain even work? I wonder if I could make one. — High Tinker Mekkatorque

Turalyon and Alleria, wherever you are, may you be well. — Khadgar

I hope young Kael’thas realizes that one day he must lead our people. — King Anasterian Sunstrider

May my son Arthas always act in the best interest of his people. — King Terenas Menethil

I wish the uprising back at home would settle itself soon. I wouldn’t want anyone to be hurt. — King Varian Wrynn

Where’s Illidan? — Maeiv Shadowsong

(You sense the ringing of three tones in your head, the third barely audible under the others’ din.) — Medivh

May the Holy Light protect us on our expedition to the frozen north. — Muradin Bronzebeard

I hope that my father and brothers outlive me. I’ll not make much of a king. — Prince Magni Bronzebeard

I’m so forgetful! I wish I had a better memory. Wait, didn’t I already throw a coin into here? — A Peasant

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Gold Coins

I wish I would grow up. It feels like I’ve been 10 for years. — Anduin Wrynn

I wish to know how you survived my wrath, little fountain. — Archimonde

Already, I’ve had a kingdom in my prospects, a land to rule. What’s to ask for? Perhaps a frozen scone… — Arthas

I wish someday to retire to my own tidy little estate, with a bunch of pet dogs to keep me company. — Arugal

Brann Bronzebeard was here. — Brann Bronzebeard

Just once, I wish someone would greet me without making a stupid joke about gnomes or time travel. — Chromie

Sometimes… I wish someone would come along and just give me a big long hug. — Kel’Thuzad

Arthas, my love, please come back to me. — Lady Jaina Proudmoore

Listen, little wishing fountain. You’ll give me all your power if you know what is good for you. — Lady Katrana Prestor

That young apprentice Jaina is quite attractive for a human. I hope she recognizes my elegance and power. — Prince Kael’thas Sunstrider

I hope my sisters and I can grow up and get married together. — Sylvanas Windrunner (this coin appears to be very old)

Wishes are a fool’s pasttime. Take this coin as payment for your precious Eye. — Teron

Grom, may you rest well, old friend. — Thrall

It is my wish that my dear Taelan will grow strong enough to defend the people he cares for. — Tirion Fordring

Young Arthas must learn patience to temper his power. I will pray that he one day learns to lead with care rather than force. — Uther Lightbringer

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Copper Coins

Come on, move that shell, Zoom! Just like we practiced! — Boomboom Brullingsworth

I wish I were a little bit taller. — Daglop’s Infernal Copper Coin

May the downtrodden one day rise up and take the place of those that would oppress them. — First Arcanist Thalyssra

Golk wish Golk could fit out of this cave. — Golk the Rumble

I just want all worlds to burn. — Gul’dan

Ughh.. this meat is so dry. I wish I had some gravy. — Havi

If found, please return this coin to me… in person. — Helya

An end to the Burning Legion. — Illidan

My wish is to never run out of newly-discovered continents to explore. — Li Li

What is nature’s call? I actually do wish someone would finally tell me what “nature’s call” is. — Lunara

What the ookin’ jeek? What kind o’ mank-dookin’ wicket-lover throws away perfectly good coin?! — Ooker’s Dookat

I kinda wish I was a worgen. Wouldn’t that be the coolest? — Penelope Heathrow’s Allowance

I wish I had some mana right… now! NOW! Now. — Runas’ Last Copper

I hate everything. Everything is horrible. — Torok Bloodtotem

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Silver Coins

Ooh, ooh! I hope I get to shoot a really cool gun! BLAM! — Addie Fizzlebog

Fish do not have souls. This is pointless. — Allari the Souleater

Think for yourself. — Altruis the Sufferer

I wish I was stronger. — Cyana Nightglaive

I remember when Suramar was beautiful and tranquil… before Azshara and her Highborne ruined everything. Wishes will buy you nothing except regret. — Falara Nightsong

These magi allowed me to land here. While most do nothing but eye you with suspicion and contempt, or worse, some still see past the surface. My wish is for all of us to work together and recognize our true enemy: the Burning Legion. — Izal Whitemoon

In my previous life, I would have love to have lived in this floating marvel. I would have spent the days fishing in this magic fountain in between practicing the arcane arts. Those days are long gone. — Jace Darkweaver

Srong leadership and a clear vision are the only path to victory. — Kayn Sunfury

I don’t have the luxury of fishing and wishing. There are demons to kill. — Kor’vas Bloodthorn

Dark Lady watch over this fountain. — Nathanos Blightcaller

Oh, to have an apprentice that could keep up with me! — Occuleth’s Vanishing Coin

Please, protect my grandfather. — Stellagosa

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Gold Coins

Keep your wishes for yourself. I do not negotiate with fountains. — Advisor Vandros

A single shared goal does not erase the atrocities committed by the Forsaken. — Genn Greymane

May the Light bathe this land in all its glory. — Lady Liadrin

I wish my father were alive, to help guide us through these difficult times. — Ly’leth Lunastre’s Family Crest

I wish to protect my people from the vile outsiders that wish to harm them. Whatever it takes. — Magistrix Elisande

The adventure has been formidable, but I am far from my Moa’ki. I wish to soon see home. — Okuna Longtusk’s Doubloon

May they someday understand why I did what I did. — Prince Farondis’s Royal Seal

Soon you will ALL feel my wrath!!! — Queen Azshara’s Royal Seal

Gain 1 Mana Crystal this turn only. — The Coin

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Unusual Coins

The wishing module is busy at this time. Please try again later. (Error 37) — Blingtron’s Botcoin (this coin looks like the Gearspring parts from Draenor Engineering)

Hmm… no coins. I wonder if this will suffice? — Elothir’s Golden Leaf (this coin looks like a heart-shaped yellow leaf)

Yes! This way I can get my wish AND keep my coin. Hah! On no, the string broke! Stupid fountain, give me my coin back… — Gallywix’s Coin-on-a-String (this coin looks like a group of three copper coins)

Strength. Glory. Power. — God-King Skovald’s Fel-Tainted Coin (this coin looks like a bloodstained version of the Blackwing Lair attunement medallion)

I wish my son would hurry up and have kids already! Also, I want to shoot a moose. — Hemet Nesingwary’s Bullet (this coin looks like a bullet)

Give my troops the strength to overcome the trials of this land. — Jarod Shadowsong (this coin looks like the Coin of Ancestry given by the Elders during the Lunar Festival)

Some days, I think the murlocs don’t appreciate everything I do for them. — King Mrgl-Mrgl (this coin looks like the Coin of Ancestry given by the Elders during the Lunar Festival)

I suppose I might fancy a smackerel of honey. — Koda’s Sigil (this coin looks like a stone with a glowing orange paw print on it)

Perhaps if we curb these endless tides of demons, then some color may return to the world. — Kur’talos Ravencrest’s Spectral Coin (this coin looks like the Coin of Ancestry given by the Elders during the Lunar Festival)

Were we too late to stop the Nightmare? — Malfurion (this coin looks like the Coin of Ancestry given by the Elders during the Lunar Festival)

Mrr glrrgl mrr glrrgl glrr. — Murky (this coin looks like a scallop shell)

Gloooglrr mrm. — Pearlhunter Phin (this Soggy coin looks like a mussel shell)

Fooled ya, ya dumb fountain. — Rax Sixtrigger’s Gold-Painted Copper Coin

I give my thanks to the Cenarion Circle. May the mortal druids continue to prove themselves worth of my father’s name. — Remulos’ Sigil (this coin looks like one of the Sigils of Knowledge/Power that Wrathion collected during the Legendary cloak questline)

Please, help my granddaughter lighten up a bit. — Senegos’ Ancient Coin (this coin looks like a Relic of the Thunder King from Pandaria)

Good heavens, is this a wishing well? How quaint. — Sir Finley Mrrgglton (this coin looks like a conical seashell)

For all the brothers and sisters I’ve lost. — Spiritwalker Ebonhorn (this coin looks like the medallion from the long-gone Blackwing Lair attunement questline)

Me want find candlequeen! Hmm… maybe Jackie interested? Me give her candle, see what happens from there. — The Candleking’s Candlecoin (this coin looks like a melted white candle)

That I might protect those I hold dear, and continue to reflect the grace and light of Elune. — Tyrande (this coin looks like the Coin of Ancestry given by the Elders during the Lunar Festival)

Talking to adventurers is so tiring… a few decades of peace is all I ask… — Vydhar’s Wooden Nickel (this coin looks like a round wooden shield)

I want more kitties. — Yowlon’s Mark (this coin looks like a stone with a glowing orange paw print on it)

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These are the coins that I caught with each type of lure. It’s not an exhaustive list, however, as I only fished until I got the achievement.

Hypermagnetic Lure: Azshara, Blingtron, Boomboom, Cyana, Daglop, Ebonhorn, Elothir, Farondis, Gallywix, Havi, Helya, Kayn, Koda, Kur’talos, Liadrin, Li Li, Ly’leth, Murky, Nathanos, Nesingwary, Occuleth, Okuna, Ooker, Penelope, Phin, Rax, Remulos, Runas, Sir Finley, Skovald, Thalyssra, Torok, Vandros, Vydhar, Yowlon

Auriphagic Sardine: Allari, Blingtron, Boomboom, Candleking, Cyana, Elothir, Gallywix, Genn, Golk, Gul’dan, Illidan, Izal, Jace, Kor’vas, Liadrin, Li Li, Lunara, Ly’leth, Mrgl-Mrgl, Murky, Nathanos, Ooker, Penelope, Phin, Remulos, Torok, Tyrande, Vydhar

Glob of Really Sticky Glue: Addie, Allari, Azshara, Blingtron, Candleking, Daglop, Elisande, Farondis, Golk, Gul’dan, Havi, Helya, Jace, Jarod, Kayn, Koda, Kor’vas, Li Li, Lunara, Malfurion, Mrgl-Mrgl, Ooker, Rax, Remulos, Runas, The Coin, Torok, Vydhar

Micro-Vortex Generator: Addie, Altruis, Azshara, Boomboom, Candleking, Cyana, Ebonhorn, Elisande, Genn, Golk, Gul’dan, Havi, Illidan, Jace, Jarod, Kayn, Koda, Kor’vas, Li Li, Lunara, Ly’leth, Malfurion, Occuleth, Ooker, Penelope, Remulos, Runas, Sir Finley, Skovald, Stellagosa, Thalyssra, The Coin, Vandros

Wish Crystal: Allari, Candleking, Cyana, Ebonhorn, Elothir, Gallywix, Genn, Golk, Gul’dan, Havi, Illidan, Izal, Kayn, Koda, Li Li, Ly’leth, Malfurion, Nathanos, Occuleth, Penelope, Phin, Rax, Remulos, Senegos, Sir Finley, Skovald, Thalyssra, Yowlon

Alchemical Bonding Agent: Addie, Allari, Azshara, Blingtron, Boomboom, Daglop, Ebonhorn, Elothir, Golk, Gul’dan, Jace, Li Li, Lunara, Ly’leth, Mrgl-Mrgl, Occuleth, Ooker, Phin, Rax, Remulos, Runas, Senegos, Sir Finley, Thalyssra, The Coin, Torok, Tyrande, Vandros, Vydhar

Starfish on a String: Addie, Allari, Altruis, Blingtron, Boomboom, Candleking, Cyana, Daglop, Ebonhorn, Elisande, Falara, Farondis, Gallywix, Golk, Gul’dan, Havi, Helya, Izal, Jace, Koda, Murky, Nathanos, Occuleth, Penelope, Phin, Runas, Senegos, Sir Finley, Thalyssra, The Coin, Torok, Tyrande, Vydhar, Yowlon

Tiny Little Grabbing Apparatus: Addie, Daglop, Ebonhorn, Elothir, Farondis, Genn, Helya, Illidan, Izal, Jace, Kayn, Koda, Kor’vas, Kur’talos, Li Li, Ly’leth, Malfurion, Ooker, Phin, Rax, Runas, Senegos, Sir Finley, Skovald, Thalyssra, The Coin, Torok

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Kamalia finally got to 800 skill points in Leatherworking. And yep, she got the last 20 – 30 or so skill points from the Darkmoon Faire.

My other characters have been slowly advancing their professions via the Faire, too. Most of them are at 720 or 725 because I haven’t done much of the questlines yet.

Everyone was all excited about the potion of Inky Blackness last month, but I find myself wishing for something that would do just the opposite — give every place the brightness of a sunny blue sky day. Why would I want that? For taking Mog screenshots, of course! I want my Mog screenshots to have cool and thematically appropriate backgrounds, but sometimes the places that would be the most thematically appropriate have terrible lighting (Moonglade, Icecrown, Swamp of Sorrows, to name a few), or I can’t play in the evening until after my server has switched to nighttime lighting. Admittedly, “normal” nighttime lighting is not really all that dark, but it is still less than optimal for taking good Mog screenshots!

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