Happy Hallow’s End and welcome to the Link Round Up!
It’s been awhile, hasn’t it? I blame a lack of round ups due to me not reading other blogs consistently. However, I’ve recently been sprucing up my Google Reader and therefore started to read blogs again. This leads me to find interesting links to share with you in a round up! Let’s see if this trend continues, even as NaNoWriMo looms…
Today we have some thoughts on leveling, Pandaren, gold making, art, and storytelling. But first up is some Hallow’s End goodness!
- For those who are last-minute trick-or-treaters such as myself, Revive & Rejuvenate has a listing of all the candy sites in Azeroth!
- Need some extra gold this Hallow’s End? Cold’s Gold Factory recommends you check the chests in SM: Graveyard! He also mentions that the PTR has BOE Sinister Squashlings and recommends you hold onto them, just in case the PTR isn’t lying.
- There’s a nice little post on Just My Two Copper about wisely investing your time when playing the AH. I know I have trouble balancing my other WoW activities with playing the AH; it’s either too much or not enough!
- Priest with a Cause is reviewing zones from both sides, and has some interesting thoughts on Azshara and Ashenvale.
- Cynwise‘s Shaman alt, Cynix, tries leveling through PvP some more, and raises some questions about PvP XP gains. (Play-by-play of Cynix’s leveling experience can also be found there).
- Holy Word: Delicious has a nice post speculating about Monk Melee healing. I, for one, am looking forward to it. Several other games have the ‘do damage to heal’ classes and I’ve found them rather fun. You just need to think differently.
- Rades mentioned this post at Flavor Text that talks about why Pandarens might actually a legit reason to be chill.
- And speaking of Flavor Text, Cat has decided to start drawing some WoW characters, and one of them is mine! I’ll definitely be showing off the results!
- In that same post, Rades also asked for suggestions for NPCs with interesting stories to tell after the Shattering for his NaNoWriMo project, Letters from a Shattered World. You should submit some!
- The previous year’s NaNoWriMo letters project was Letters From Northrend, which you should also read: