A quick update post for you today.
HPP Episode 215
Episode 215 will air at it’s usual time this Sunday on our Twitch.tv site. Bendak and I will be out this week, but RogerBrown will joining ArtemisHowl and Delirium on the show. They’ll have an update on the WHU BBQ in SoCal this May. Click here to see when the show will air where you live.
The Cantina Cast
I just signed on to be a blogger with The Cantina Cast. It’s a Star Wars themed site and although it has nothing to with World of Warcraft, I wanted to let you know about it since I can’t imagine you guys don’t like Star Wars.
I’ll let you know whenever I post something there. You can also check out a little more that I had to say about it on my SWTOR blog, The Cantina.
I don’t know about you guys, but my game time has been very streamlined the last couple of months. I login to raid Tue., Wed., and Thu. It’s something I enjoy very much. We do two hours a night so progress is slow, but it’s there. We’re 8/10 heroic now, and those eight bosses are nearly on farm status.
Beyond raiding, it has been mostly follower missions, farming music scrolls (I now have Karazhan in my Garrison), and trying to get Harrison Jones. I have one quest left to complete to get him as a follower, and then it’s let the gold farming begin. My Garrison now has the following setup.
- Salvage Yard
- Enchanting Shack
- Trading Post
- Mage Tower
Everything revolves around convenience and gold making. I recruit a new Treasure Hunter every week, and once I get Harrison Jones leveling them will be easy. The trading post allows me to keep the flow of Garrison resources coming. The Mage Tower allows me to collect Apexis Crystals which I use for Seals, and its work orders sometimes reward an item that allows you to instantly complete a mission. Great for those BRF missions.
So that’s about it. Until we get another raid tier and major questing hub, there isn’t much I feel compelled to do on a daily basis. Truth be told, I’m okay with this.
Oh, and I do have a couple of Hunter posts rattling around in my brain, but I may not get to them until after I get back from Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim next week.