A view from far above the Temple of Earth in Deepholm is what we have today. The path of blood pools from Deathwing’s wounds has scarred the ground forever. Plus, it looks pretty cool.
Another blast from the past this week, venturing into Arathi Highlands and the former city-state of Stromgarde. The questing through there is both better and worse, in the fact that previously you could knock everything out at once – now you have to go back and forth a few times to finish everything. Hopefully one day we’ll see Danath Trollbane come back, reclaim the city, and have a cool new place. For the Alliance – to quest; for the Horde – to burn.
I am having a complete mental and creative block. I’ve been trying to think of a topic to write about, but I’ve had no inspiration lately. Therefore, we get a mid-week screenshot!
My very first night of working on Al’Akir – as expected, we wiped a lot. This was before 4.2, so there were no nerfs and we were trying to get him down properly. Unfortunately it never worked out, but at least I got a neat perspective of the area while flying back indefinitely.
Flying around doing archaeology one day, I was passing through Uldum and was wondering why it was on fire. There are times I’m not very observant, but the last time I checked I was at the south end of Kalimdor and not by Blackrock Mountain. Deathwing had apparently just been through, and had unleashed his swath of destruction. I would be upset, except for the fact that he roasted me a while back.
Happy Canada Day!
While many people are exploring the new areas that have been opened up with patch 4.2, I thought it would be nice to take a look at the old world again. I was flying to Hillsbrad Foothills to help my wife with some quests, when I saw this angle of the Dalaran Crater. Seeing this dome where there once was a city is a really neat spectacle.
Today we see a sunset over Dustwallow Marsh. In my journeys though archaeology, I see a lot of really amazing scenery around Azeroth, and this is definitely a very nice view of the marsh.
Today we have a temple complex from Uldum, which is obviously very much influenced by Egyptian architecture. While the zone isn’t my favourite, it is quite beautiful.