A Warlock And A Hunter Walk Into A Fire…

Cim and Lioux, clearly impressed with Ragnaros' great election speech.
Cim and Lioux, clearly impressed with Ragnaros’ great election speech.

I made good on my promise to take Lioux to the Isle of Thunder. Unfortunately I didn’t consider how undergeared he still would be. The third scenario clearly illustrated that for me, though, and so I decided to putter elsewhere. I realized I didn’t have any of the Tempest Keep pets as of yet so that seemed like a logical choice.  As I was talking to Tome at the time, I asked her if she wanted to go and so off the two of us went.

Four bosses in Tempest Keep and three of them have the chance to drop a pet.  Well, none of them did.  I had this great theory that Kael’thas was just in a really good move and was saving our luck for the Ashes of A’lar.  Yeah, theories aren’t always that practical.  I followed Tome’s notion that we should then head into Molten Core.  I hadn’t been there in a little while, probably once ever on Liouxpold, so I was game.  Once again we had pet opportunities…and one managed to drop.  We both happen to have the Ashstone Core, so even that wasn’t a huge victory.

But, can you measure fun by the RNG?  If you could, I would probably be miserable playing this game.  No, the fun was had when just two friends on a whim decided to go bounding off into some old content.  We didn’t find any pets or great drops that either of us needed, but we did find a good time together.  Just the way it should be.

4 thoughts on “A Warlock And A Hunter Walk Into A Fire…

  1. Navimie May 3, 2014 / 2:08 am

    Fun is in the company 🙂

    • JD Kenada May 3, 2014 / 11:36 am

      😉

  2. tomeoftheancient May 3, 2014 / 5:51 am

    You were thinking that too, lol! I was sure Ashes of A’lar would belong to one of us. Yesterday I was in a particularly bad mood. Playing usually cheers me up but I didn’t even feel like playing. I’m glad I logged in because on logging out I was in a much better frame of mind. Thanks JD!

    • JD Kenada May 3, 2014 / 11:36 am

      Aww. I’m glad I could help.

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