Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
RAMBLE ALERT! Okay, you’ve been warned. This usually happens on Mondays. I spend the weekend circulating among the “normals” irl and think all these WoW related thoughts that can’t get out and then on Monday I spew them forth here, sorry. Oh, wow, I did get busted yesterday. My daughter saw the new interview Ironsally is preparing that I’m helping with and my daughter declared me the ultimate queen of dorks over that. It takes the heat off my son-in-law who used to hold the title so in a small way I’ve done some good.
Anyway, early morning when I first log in, I have to find things to do that I can do without being able to see. I check the auction house and then my Druid goes to Tol Barad Peninsula to do dailies, she has one more mount to buy. These aren’t very dangerous as she knows the location of every mob by now she’s been doing them so long. She views what quests are available and spends some time deciding which ones she feels like doing, it’s kind of like browsing a box of chocolates for the soft centers. If she only likes two of them, that’s all she’ll do, she takes the long view.
Sooooo … wanting to get in the holiday spirit she checked to see what she still needed to complete, to get the Pilgrim achievement. Only two more, Pilgrim’s Peril and OMG no, Turkey Lurkey. As a Druid, Pilgrim’s Peril isn’t going to be difficult. It’s just going to wound my pride a little when I get killed by people who know how to PVP, but nothing a little ice cream can’t repair. But Turkey Lurkey, ugh, I’m never going to complete that. This brings me to the title of this post. Whenever I think of rogues this song, AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap starts playing in my head and continues to loop until I stop thinking about rogues.
Thinking about rogues and PVP got me to the topic I really wanted to talk about. Last week I read a post at Imraith! about a new guild on Durotan, Punt This. This sounded like the absolute best thing ever. I could learn to PVP! I got so excited I jumped on Durotan and leveled up a Lilli to level 6 before I came to my senses and realized nothing had changed, probably no one but me would be on weekdays between 10:00am and 4:00pm. The upside is for once I was able to get the exact name I wanted, Lillibitti. So for anyone who like me, thinks an army of clone level 24 Lillis would be incredibly fun, check them out!
I signed up for a Twitter account to participate in the Blog Azeroth Thanksgiving Event. I’m now happy I did. I admit at first I didn’t know what was going on, all these #FFs and #RTs. Oh no, someone was thanking people for them. Oh no, I’ve already made a social faux pas! I think I got some of those and didn’t thank anyone. I started googling hysterically, (trust me, I can google hysterically) what ARE #FFs and #RTs? Oh, relief, whew, I found #tagdef and was able to look up the meaning of the hashtags! Yay! I’m getting the hang of this. Okay, my productivity has taken a little hit but worth it, so many lovely bloggers encouraging this shy introvert that I feel positively extroverted today! Entry in the Blog Azeroth Thanksgiving Event is open until the 26th so go check it out, it’s been a lot of fun, and there will be prizes, yes, prizes! Do eeet!