My attention span, or lack thereof, has struck again. No sooner had I gotten Gaff to Freeport than I decided it was time for Lurk to leave our little alt guild. He and Gaff did a few runs of the “kill x sentries” writs in Tenebrous Tangle, and then the lure of a level 60 guild took hold. I was ready to move. In all seriousness, I miss seeing the guild chat of my main’s guild (since November 14, 2004). There are a lot of people who have joined during my sojourn with WoW and I just havent gotten to know them. Lurk was ready to take his title of “main status.”
I also was ready to buy a couple level 60 mounts, which I previewed here a while back. The mount guide for Everquest II is awesome, and I certainly cannot take credit for making it, but don’t mind shamelessly linking the page for your perusual. It does take a little bit to load on my machine because of all the pictures.
Thorell was nice enough to let both Gaff and Lurk buy their mounts. He commented on how loaded I was–I had just sent him a large number of rare loams for Gaff’s skills, post-betrayal. I wish I was loaded, the 30 plat and 900,000 status it cost for the two horses just about broke the bank. I will have to grind away at the old stove and keg to replentish my coffers. So a big thanks to Thorell for my new skills and Knights of the Cataclysm for helping my aching feet, or at least those of my old ponies. Now I need just a few more levels to raid.
Here we are, with one of the oppressors of Qeynos tramping past. Thorell is on the right. He is my motivation for going berserker–the damage he deals is impressive.