With exactly two weeks to go, I'm left feeling a little blah about what to do in the World of Warcraft. Not quite enough time to get another character to 60 (well, maybe my shammy), not really in the mood for raiding when my gear is soon to be replaced anyway, and the PvP grind is wearing me out a bit.
Fortunately for me (and for you!), I came across a posting on TenTonHammer from about a month ago. So while it may be "old news" to you, I think that it's well worth the read, given that we're so close to launch. The article covers the following topics with some good hints and tips:
- Cleaning your inventory
- Quest journal
- Jewelcrafting prep
- Rolling a Blood Elf or Draenei
- Supply and Demand
I'm now totally thinking about getting some gear for my soon-to-be Draenei mage, err hunter, err mage. Well, whatever character it is, I think I'll try to get some gear, so don't go over-inflating prices on my server, okay? I already had a bank character, so I'll be shifting inventory to it, and I'm not sure if I'll give up smithing or engineering on my main for jewelcrafting. Maybe the new character will go mining/jeweling.
Go check out the article, then come back and let us know if you have anything to add to their preparation list!