I hit 85.
I finally got there.
I made it.
I actually got to the end of the levelling experience!
Of course, I immediately felt that horrible sense of ‘… and now?’ That feeling of not having any of the right gear, of being out of practise, of not knowing whether you had the right spec, the right rotation, the right anything.
And, of course, it turns out I was pretty much on the money with the spec and the rotation anyway. I have one talent point that I mysteriously put in the total wrong spot while levelling (no biggie, really), and while my levelling rotation was terribad (I’m lazy, and Corruption takes effort when I’m questing. As little buttons as possible when brainlessly killing crap, kkthx), I knew almost instinctively what to press and when to press it when I was attacking the target dummy. At least my Warlock sense is still kinda existent!
I probably won’t right too much about what buttons to press and when to press them – I think most people would be past that point in the game now, and don’t really need that. So, instead, you will probably get more sporadic babble about my adventures.
I got my first (85) epic as well! Although it was kinda cheating – I noticed I had a heap of honor points left over from whenever it was that I used to PvP, and figured I may as well replace one of my lame ass rings with a some what better one. So, it’s a craptastic epic, but hey, it’s purple, right? I’m a little spoilt, and I’m kinda used to being in epics. Although I think everyone is, with how the game works now!
Now I’m probably going to keep doing random dungeons and PvP, and work on my Hunter and Druid for a bit – I got another heirloom for the Hunter to move her along a little faster, and my Druid… well, it’s only 5 levels. How bad can it be?
(Answer: Very bad. Definitely not doing Uldum again. Not a fan. Too many cutscenes, damn it!)
So. 85 attained. Next up – time to find my old snarky attitude.Tags: Ding, Levelling, PvP, Warlock