So much has happened since my last post. I'm almost 48! Won't be long now until I get my wings and hit the Outlands! Right now, I'm looking forward to 48, when I can get Hibernate, which will allow me to put beasts and dragonkin peacefully to sleep for 30 seconds... That will be a very helpful skill!!
Shortly after my last post, I decided to head to 1000 needles, just to swim around and see what was there. Imagine my glee when I found out the place was just brimming with Tin, Silver, Mithril, and Gold! Not to mention Stranglekelp! And the best part? Almost NOTHING that would attack me! I happily (and peacefully) swam about, mining and picking to my little heart's content. It was wonderful!! And things just grew back so fast! At one time, I had 3 ore nodes, all within sight of each other. It was soooo fun!!
It was so easy, being a druid. Not only did I have the talent to make me swim faster, but I also had a glyph to speed me along too. I highly recommend it to those miners and pickers out there!
When I was no longer getting much experience from 1000 needles, I headed out to various places to see if I could find someone who needed my help. I explored Dustwallow Marsh, the Plaguelands, and several other places without much luck. I just seemed like nobody wanted my help! That's when I found the lake in Feralas..... and my 2nd hot spot! Jademir Lake, in NW Feralas! The lake makes a big circle, and all along the edges grow Blindweed. I picked myself silly!! (Still do sometimes). The experience just rolled in. There are only a few dragonkin, easily avoided along the banks of the lake. By the time I had made 1 circuit, everything had regrown! So around and around I went, gathering the blindweed and the experience!
For those who are interested, here are a few quests I was able to do. I will try to remember to write them down as I do them from now on.
Purity from Corruption
Dousing the Flames of Protection (whew! this was hard, and a lot of sneaking!)
Down to the Scar
Survival of the Fattest
Well, that's all for now! Peace and love to all...