World of Warcraft: Got the Molten Core mount!

After spending almost two hours in the raid, I got the Molten Core mount. Just in time, as the event concludes on the 13th. It took about 40 minutes to find a group. The overall raid was not too hard, the only difficult portion was coordinating to kill all the hounds at the same time, as if they do not die at the same time, they will revive each other. Finally people began to read the chat and after more than 10 minutes, we moved on. 40 man raids are quite fun but also quite hectic with a random LFR group. Looking forward to doing more raids and hopefully having more coordinated parties.

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World of Warcraft: Just One More Level!

School has started again this week so once again I won’t have as much time to invest in games. However, I did spend as much time as I could throughout the week playing World of Warcraft as the first week of school is usually relaxed. I managed to get to level 99, just one more to go and then we can begin raiding! Also, I believe the WoW event was extended to the 13th, so I still have a chance to get Molten Core in before the event expires! I’m hoping to hit level 100 by tomorrow night.

I’ve also moved on to Nagrand, this zone is amazing. I really love the art style and general look of the area. It is a great place to level, looking forward to grinding out the last batch of quests to hit 100 here in Nagrand.

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Schools Out, back to WoW.

I have been wanting to get back into World of Warcraft since the release of the new expansion. As soon as exams finished, I jumped onto World of Warcraft. I decided to roll a new Horde character to join my friends playing on the Horde side. For now I am focused on my Blood Elf mage but may return to my Gnome mage in the future. I am currently at level 95 and working to get to level 100 as soon as possible to begin raiding and PvP. This should be a fun winter break!

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Quick Review: Dishonored

After spending more than a month on this game, juggling my spare time between Dota 2, I finally managed to finish Dishonored. When I actually booted up the game I could spend hours playing it but after turning it off, Dota 2 just attracted me more. Due to this it took a long time to get through this game. The time I did spend playing this game was great. It is a fantastic game with a nice story. It was fun to play a game where stealth was required, I even tried to get through many zones avoiding as much combat as possible. I learned to love the Quick Save/Load keys.

I just wish they expanded upon the story a bit more near the end. The cinematics were nice but something like rendering it real time would be better so you can go through the process of whatever happens in the end, don’t want to spoil it just in case. I’m keeping this very brief due to my busy university schedule but I definitely recommend this game for those that have yet to try it out. Hopefully I can go more in-depth for future games I complete. Keep in mind these Quick Review series are just whatever comes to my mind when I think about this game, no planning or editing is done, this is just for the kind of articles I can’t put on OnRPG.

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