Yep, I decided to play WoW again. But this time with a very casual approach, and not doing a Master Plan or have any goals etc. So, I decided that I'm going to run follower missions on all 22 of my 100s twice a day. This is to keep the gold flowing (for tokens if I decide I want to play beyond June). On the weekend I open all the salvage crates and vendor all the gear and items I get too. I'll also AH the really good stuff (Champion's Honor went for 14k :)) and get Draenic Dust from GRs and Savage Blood with Primal Spirits to sell on the AH too. That's it though. No chores, no profession stuff, no Shipyards, no Tanaan etc.
Also, I'm leveling a new character on a new realm, just for the fun of it. It's another Priestybrit :)
|My new toon|
Most of my time has been spent in Hearthstone this week. I've put Torchlight 2 on the back burner for now. In Hearthstone, Ive been doing my quests, Tavern Brawl (one and done), and playing a lot of Ranked on US and EU. My card pool on US is a lot better (with all adventures bought), but on the EU I only have the first two wings of Naxx completed. I did get to Rank 15 on US with face Hunter, and got to rank 17 on EU with Mid-range Hunter.
|EU Mid-range Huner|
|US Face Hunter|
In Music, not a lot to report this week. I'm still uploading CDs, and am still on the letter M. Madness, Madonna, Material Issue, Paul McCartney, Amie Mann, etc.
One thing I did do this week that you might be interested in. I was having trouble with Album Artwork. iTunes wasn't able to get Album Arkwork for about 70 albums. I could find no way to click on the Ablum Art to change it. Well, I got it figured out.
You just right click on any song within the Album. Then click on 'Get Info'. This brings up a pop up box, and one of the tabs is Artwork. Then google the ablum, got to Images, download the right image, and then click on 'Update Artwork' to put in the new Artwork. I'm so happy. I guess I should have just googled it, but oh well, got it figured out.
I also purchased a new Album. I realized that I have Keane's album Hope and Fears, but I didn't have Under the Iron Sea. So I purchased it. Keane is a great band, along the same lines as something like Coldplay, and would highly recommend these two albums:
In beer, I wanted to highlight one beer that is local to the area I live in. In fact, it's got its own section in the Beer book I have. Steam Beer. It's the only entry in that category. Anchor Steam. Gold rush people wanted a lager type beer, but there were no cool caves like in Bavaria to brew it. So, it's a cross of techniques between a Lager and Ale. The name steam beer refers to the heavy carbonation leading to steam sound when a Keg was popped.
That's it folks, more next week about my foray back into WoW, how I get on an Ranking in Hearthstone, some more album recommendations, and another featured beer.