The dark queen has finally arrived, and she’s ready to take over the world. Now it’s up to you to stop her in this Warcraft trivia game!
The climax fight seems so far away from LFR viewpoint until you watch the final raid cinematic on the first night when a raid goes online. And yet, here we are, the big bad’s face will be pummeled tomorrow!
The first six weeks of the first wings had flown by in the blink of an eye, as they usually do. What is the cause behind this? Chains of Domination was no exception when it came to transmog and new patch content.
For the first time in history, I was able to complete a raid set — including all weapons – before the final monster was released. It’s true that it’s just for cloth casters (which includes my main), but it’s still intriguing. Anyway, I’m nearing the conclusion of my transmog quest – and I’ve made enough progress to make the leftover chart, which is organized by wings and bosses:
With four toons now benched, I’m concentrating my efforts on farming the remaining toons in order to decrease raid run time even more and free up time for other activities.
My main progress chart keeps track of the following:
- Renown – isn’t a worry or a burden, but I enjoy to look down the column and see which toon has fallen behind and need care.
- The weekly Renown quest is a good way to keep track of your fate. When in progress, the column displays the percentage of work completed at the time of logout. I don’t keep track of 1k anima quests since they’re always accomplished as a result of other actions. Progress is lost on a weekly basis.
- Raid – I mark it when all of the character’s necessary bosses are slain, and it also helps me figure out which toons should apply for Gear Vault on reset day. After checking the Gear Vault once a week, your progress is gone.
- Sylvanas -> Necro – The campaign chapter is, of course, progressing. As you can see, I’m slacking a lot 🙂
- Transport -> Special – as you would expect, this is the state of Covenant construction. This is where I keep all of my anima, since I need all of the upgrades available when it’s time to farm the anima sets.
- Finally, in Anima Conductor, Ch denotes the number of strengthened Channels. My current maximum is four, therefore this is my current aim.
As a result, I’m looking forward to a lot more gaming – strangely, most of my 9.0. agricultural activities have found their way into my 9.1. activities. But I’m pleased I have a purpose to log in every day, and I’m happy with the progress I’m making. As I previously said, my primary objective for today is to complete the raid transmogs and bench as many alts as possible, freeing up queue time and allowing me to focus on other WoW – and now FFXIV – activities. But don’t get me wrong: agricultural season is thrilling!