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I just can’t get over how amazing the scenery is! I swear, the imagery really just sucks me in. When people ask me why I love this game so much, it’s this scene that explains why.
And do I have a “pixel crush” on Jarod Shadowsong?
Another thing I’m enjoying about this expansion: having a holy “Voidwalker”. Well, it’s called a Lightspawn and you can get him once a day from the Well of Light to fight for you for ten minutes. He heals you as he’s fighting. I wish there was an option to have Lightspawn instead of the shadowy thing.
Even though, on Blizzard’s side, the game has been running fairly smooth (thank you, again, Blizzard), idiots have decided to DDOS WoW. Why? You would think hackers would be smarter. “Let’s annoy everyone because we’re bored and because we can” should be their motto. Do something different. Be original. Hack the major US banks and corporations and reset our society. Be useful, shit. As soon as I hit 110, WoW crashed. And of course, with me being on a very populated server, the queue time was 30 minutes. I don’t mind the wait. I can multitask. But I shouldn’t have been knocked offline for the selfishness of others in the first place. *end rant*
Before bed, I tested the waters of a few new dungeons. They were all so much fun to play, but Maw of Souls has the best end boss fight so far. Why? Stormy weather, held captive on a ship that takes you to the WoW equivalent of Hades (I love the incorporation of twists on various mythologies).
Halls of Valor was pretty fun, as well. Can you say, ‘Ludicrous speed’?
And of course, the transmog!
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One of the greatest tools implemented into World of Warcraft is the ability to use Transmogrification. That is, for my non-WoW affluent friends, the ability to change the appearance of your gear based on items that you have previously collected. With the release of Legion just around the corner, I’ve chosen to level a few alts before the race to level 110 and then mythic groups until the first raid becomes available. While leveling alts and preparing for Legion, I’ve also developed a love for WoW fashion. Besides, who says you can’t look drop dead gorgeous while smiting the shit out of your foes and healing your ass off in Battlegrounds?
Since Blizzard has decided to take gear out of the game, I’ve been having some fun. And I enjoy seeing other people’s creativity shine with regard to their transmogs as well. I do, however, see so many of the same transmogs, especially with “slut-mogs”–overly revealing transmogs. I’m all for slut-mogs, though, it’s just not my thing, so no shame. They’re just all the same or really, really, bad!
Until August 30 at 2:30 AM, I will be working on a few writing projects and playing around on my toons. But at 2:30 AM, I will begin streaming, getting on a little early to get ready and all that jazz. So, whether you’re a WoW fan or not, I hope you’ll come hang out with me at http://twitch.tv/onewildflower. Oh! And show me your transmogs on Instagram. Follow me on both Instagram and Twitter @onewildflower and tag me so I can oogle your goodies! See you tonight!