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.
This week’s screenshot comes from Brill, with a statue of Sylvanas. Now, right away I’m sure there are Alliance people who are saying that there’s no reason to have a statue of her. Is there any reason to have a statue of Varian built at Stormwind Keep? I thought not. It’s all part of being a faction leader… must be rough, eh?
After a week off, we’re back into full swing!
This week we have a picture of Warsong Hold from the south. As much as Garrosh can be a bit of a jerk, he did a good job of reinforcing the Horde presence in Borean Tundra. Looks quite impressive, I must say.
It’s a beautiful weekend in Edmonton, which means that we get a beautiful picture of the new Echo Isles in Durotar. The trolls sure have made improvements over the jungle ruins from before, eh? Little huts aren’t nearly as nice as what it’s like now.
It’s still Saturday! Time for a SSOTW!
This is a great perspective of Zangarmarsh as I was flying through while leveling my Shadow Priest. It’s still one of the best zones in The Burning Crusade content.
This week’s screenshot comes from Howling Fjord, taken while leveling my new Shadow Priest the other night. I really like this picture as it shows the beauty of the skies of Northrend alongside the destruction that is around the zone.
It doesn’t help that the Royal Apothecary Society is plaguing the proto-drakes in the area either.
Once again, here is a picture from the Goblin starting areas. There are so many things that happen through it, it’s hard to not take a ton of screenshots as you go through it.
The Goblins are at it again, this time causing a volcano to erupt by killing a flame turtle. I have a feeling that he didn’t like it.