After many Sundays (and when we say many, we mean many) spent killing Goblins, Pirates and Murlocs, we’ve finally made it, we’ve lost our sanity (what little we had)!
It didn’t take me more than 10 attempts to get Tugar down, and the worm was down the first time I made it to phase 2. Of course, being ilvl 930+ probably eased the process. The two components that remained challenging were the mobility and the interrupts (Tugar could one shot your pet).
Last time I participated in the “Trial of Style”, I lost one trial after the other. So, I wasn’t very eager to participate this time. On Friday, I gathered all my courage and went on the transmog fest. The themes were: “Summer Styles” and “Winter Wear”.
At this point, we can safely say that we’ve seen Legion in its final state. So, why not having a look back at all these things that kept us busy during the last two years. This is not a review, just a list of “we did/didn’t enjoy”.
I’ve been busy on my road to Mythic+ dungeons lately… So busy that I didn’t do much more than going to dungeons and trying to get better gear. On that side, all is well… I manage to perform nicely until M+8 on both my Resto Druid and my Hunter. I haven’t been further, but I’d like to reach M+10 or even M+15 (one can dream, right?!). It’s all a matter of practice and confidence.
After completing the quest for unlocking the Nightborne allies, I kind of forgot to pick up the second quest to unlock the Highmountain Tauren. Last weekend, I’ve finally completed it. It was a short quest-chain in Highmountain that, in my humble opinion, paled in comparaison to the Nightborne quests.
I know I should be ashamed… Not very cute compared to the feathermanes, but it’s got bloodlust and it makes me laugh.
A few weeks ago, I submitted this story to the Path of Exile Talent Competition 2018. Last night, the list of the winners of the contest was published on the forums and I made it to the top 15.