As some toons reached about 70, I created Cloth and Mail armor with crafting. There are several problems to be solved:
- Which recipes are easy to craft, since this armor has a limited lifetime?
- Can we see the armor first?
- How can we make a list of ingredients to farm?
It turns out that the Wow crafting panel has a search feature, and if you choose “unlearned” then you can search for recipes that you don’t know.
Let’s compare the “Cosmetic Look” features of Guild Wars 2 and World of Warcraft, as well as the banking, battle and party loot features and see what that can tell us about game philosophy.
Starting with Wow, let’s look at Transmogrification.
Cloth Chest Account Wide List
Transmog Station in Orgrmmar
Cost for a Complete Look
Hide Some Items Like This
Hiding Helm Shoulder Cloak is Free
I admit, I need a guide to level.
Ok, I admit it. I need a guide to level up. I used to use Xellerated guides – which cost actual money. But after all these years, they are gone or changed their name. And there are lots of guides in the Curse catalog. I did a little looking and chose this one: Wow Pro Guide. This one looks like it has lots of other features – profession leveling, achievements, etc. – that I’ll look into, but I got going right away with the leveling guide and with TomTom which it requires, it works very nicely.
It’s been a while since I’ve played anything but the “Starter” which I check out every few months. But I’ve decided to Re-Up my subscription and get back into it. After all, with no upgrade I can go as far as Warlords now. My highest toon is 87, so there’s a long way to climb to hit the top of Warlords.
Things have changed, mostly for the better.