Simple Pleasures

[World of Warcraft] With the pressure of levelling to 60 freshly lifted from my mind, I logged on to my level 15 Warlock. I did several quests and before I knew it I was level 16.

I headed back to the Undercity to get my training. I picked up a new skill called Unending Breath which grants me 10 minutes of underwater breathing. It’s instacast with no cooldown timer so I can cast it any time I want, even when underwater. What a simple pleasure I got from this skill.

I relocated away from Silverpine (hate that area) to the Crossroads (not much better) where I yelled out for all enemies of the Horde to leave town now. Eventually I found my way to Ratchet where I spent some time having fun exploring the shipwreck at the bottom of the bay there.

Now this is the stuff I’m playing the game for. Thank you Blizzard.

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3 thoughts on “Simple Pleasures”

  1. Cool for you!! Nothing beats joy!
    the Barrens is a visully boring area though, compared to almost any other place. Ratchet is cool though, I agree. Swim over to the small waterfall just a few feet north of ratchet. There should be a treasure chest in the water, unless someone else finds it first.
    Interestingly, I found the chest with my Alliance char, but it has not been there for my Ho char 2 times. So I am curious if you find it. I wonder if it is Alli only.

    Pick up fishing and fish for Deviate fish in the 3 lakes surrounding Crossroads. You can sell stacks of 20 for about 1G.

  2. Glad to hear that you’re not trying to grind to 60 as fast as possible. I’m enjoying taking as much damned time I want (hell, I’ve been level 36 for several days and I’ve hardly tried to level up). Only thing I worry about it getting too low below my friends. After all, it’s much more fun and better to just get on and go create an instance group with them without have to shout forever asking for a group.

    Now if only I could find a good guild.

  3. Yeah I decided to forget about the grind altogether. I’ll find fun in whatever way I can. It’s only when I want to play alongside my friends that I start to lose interest in a game. Now that I don’t care about it, I’ll just play for fun and quit when there is none. Simple really.

    I enjoy having multiple characters at a variety of levels. I can see more of the game by playing Alliance and Horde. And maybe someday if the game is fun enough I’ll make it to 60. But if not, no big deal – I had some fun on the way.

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