Sunday, 5 June 2016
Tuesday, 19 January 2016
These are the people you will need to visit if you want to gain rep with the Steamwheedle Preservation Society.
They can be found in Nagrand at the ruins of Na'gwa, at this location.
In order to gain rep you must kill the mobs around the Lok-Rath location and collect the Gorian Artifacts that they drop. Killing elite rares within the region also drops artifacts and treasures that are of interest to the Preservation Society. Mob’s drop between 1and 5 artifacts each.
The vendors located here are Sallee Silverclamp and Gazmolf Futzwangler and offer the following reputation points for turning in items of interest
- 20 Gorian Fragments - 250
- Highmaul Relic - 350
Each of the following offer 500 rep points each:
- Aogexon’s Fang
- Bergruu’s Horn
- Dekorhan’s Tusk
- Direhoof’s Hide
- Gagrog’s Skull
- Mu’gra’s Head
- hek’talon’s Talon
- Xelganak’s Stinger
- Vile claw’s Claw
Tuesday, 8 December 2015
Guild launch day has gone and it was a huge success. Our guild is now in full swing with levelling and friendships being made.
Here are some do’s and don’ts to consider when creating your own guild.
Have some clear objectives for your guild
Create recruitment posts in advance of the guild creation
Make a guild website where potential members can sign up
Have access to voice communications prior to launch day
Set date and time for a launch day
Hold a memorable launch event
Host guild events
Recruit officers to help you
Stay active. Nobody likes an afk GM
Create a guild and hope that people will join
Recruit members just for numbers
Change the original objectives of the guild
Wednesday, 2 December 2015
Tuesday, 1 December 2015
Back to the unexpected development
Yesterday I received a message from a GM of my former guild that has long disbanded. His idea was to restart a new guild. New beginnings so to speak. I was never so delighted because I had drifted and no matter how many times I would log in, I felt I had no reason to keep playing. Since the disbanding of our former guild I was a lost soul. I joined and left many guilds. I even created my own guild. I discovered that it wasn't just being in a guild and raiding that made the game worthwhile, it was the people you meet and the friends you make along the way.
So I was thinking. Why doesn't Blizzcon feature a kind of Community Guild Award, and I'm not talking about the best raiding guild, or guild with the most achievements. I'm talking about the guild with the best community spirit. Each guild would nominate themselves by submitting a short film promoting their guild.
This doesn't even have to be a Blizzcon event. It's something that Blizzard could do throughout the year, with the winner being announced at Blizzcon.
So I'll leave that right here, copyright pending for my idea.
Sunday, 28 June 2015
Eventually I found it just North of Fort Wrynn. The map co-ordinates are 66.4 10.5
I hope this helps someone who may be lost.
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