I was finally able to get my daughter away from her alts and back to her alleged main character on Sunday.
Too many alts.
She is truly my daughter in that regard, and then some. She is coming close to the 50 total characters limit that World of Warcraft imposes on accounts. I am waiting to hear the wail from the family room that announces that she cannot make another character.
But I managed to get her away from her many Blood Elf alts by basically telling her she couldn’t play unless she got out her level 40 night elf hunter to play with dad and grandma.
Threats worked. Finally the three of us were back together, all mounted up on our epic cat mounts and ready to take on Stranglethorn Vale.
Our goal was to finish up the Hemet Nesingwary quest line including the terminal quest, Big Game Hunter.
Fortunately, we had worked on the Nesingwary hunting quest line previously, so we only had to finish up Raptor Mastery before going off to hunt King Bangalash. With the three of us it was a reasonable fight. One of the pets ended up with low health, but otherwise there was little drama.
We will have to go back to King Bangalash in a few levels as my daughter wants to capture him as a pet. But she has a long list of animals she wants as pets, so we’ll see.
Once back at Nesingwary’s camp we turned in the quest.
Then we spent some time working on faction with Booty Bay. Somehow my daughter ended up hated by Booty Bay which means she cannot do any of the quests there. So off we went to grind some Bloodsail Buccaneers.
This is the other end of the Stranglethorn Vale quests, the culmination of a vast slaughter of animals in the game, Hemet Nesingwary: The Collected Quests achievement.
Still a long way to go for the Loremaster, but I am done with the Nesingwary clan… at least until the next expansion.