Back to the more comfortable (for me anyway) world of five person instances.
We all got together again on Saturday night wondering what we should do. We had all reached the magic level of 85.
- Earlthecat – Level 85 Human Warrior Tank
- Skronk – Level 85 Dwarf Priest Healing
- Bungholio – Level 85 Gnome Warlock DPS
- Alioto – Level 85 Night Elf Druid DPS
- Ula – Level 85 Gnome Mage DPS
We had all at least poked our noses into Pandaria for a few gear upgrades. So the question was where to head next? The only normal mode instance left undone by us in Cataclysm was Grim Batol. Kicking off the quest line into Twilight Highlands and doing that was the default plan for the night. We could also attempt Grim Batol in heroic mode, try one of the heroic only instances, or really roll the dice and try one of the two converted raids which were ranked as 85++.
We decided to go with the default. That would complete our minimum plan for Cataclysm content and then we could mess around with whatever else afterwards. That meant picking up the opening quest for Twilight Highlands and heading over to Stormwind Keep to chat with the king.
You can sort-of see the enchant on Alioto’s staff, which Skronk made for me with one of his alts. It is the agility enchant, but it is green and has an animation of leaves dropping from it, making it about the most perfect druid weapon enchant ever.
As we hung out waiting for everybody to get ready, we watched what seemed to be a continuous stream of people show up and speak to Major Samuelson over in the corner, at which he would transform into some sort of Ganesh-esque monster which had to be slain. Clearly a popular quest line on a Saturday night. We weren’t sure what lead to that, but we had our own tasks to work on. Once we were all together, we spoke to the king, got our one version of the destined to be troublesome Prince Anduin (nicely, everybody’s copy of the prince was only visible to themselves) and off we went to unlock the way to the Twilight Highlands.
More after the cut because of the usual group nice verbosity.