Where’s the intervention when you need one?

A neat transmog set you just thought up is not a sufficient reason to level a druid to 70, or even 80 (for that one piece of gear that goes so much more perfectly).  Stop.  Do not do it.

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7 thoughts on “Where’s the intervention when you need one?

  1. LifeWarden

    *reads from a paper* Beth, we’re all very worried about you and this “transmoggrification” you’ve been doing. It hurts us to see you this way, and after your near death experience with the Theramore Tabard… Oh gawd…

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    1. Prinnie Dood Post author

      /enabled

      I’ve already ruled out Worgen. I don’t think I could handle playing a Worgen until the 70s … I barely made it to level 8 on one last time.

      Night Elf Pros:
      Pretteh People
      I like purple
      I could dance on mailboxes for cash!

      Night Elf Cons:
      I think their butts look weird
      It’s also kinda weird being “normal”
      Sometimes, I swear to God, every night elf I meet is a druid

      Troll Pros:
      We Got Dah Voodoo, mon!

      Troll Cons:
      Troll toes
      They turn into bats, not pretty blue birds
      Troll toes

      Tauren Pros:
      /moo

      Tauren Cons:
      Tauren fingers
      Mulbore
      Horn styles do NOT equal hairdo options!

      /ponders

      Mebbe a night elf?

      Alternatively, I could level my rogue up and PRETEND she’s a druid.

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      1. Eva Marie

        I’m all for pretending rogues are druids!

        AND BAH HUMBUG I HATE MY NELF. I JUST WISH SHE WAS A BEAUTIFUL TAUREN ONLY ALLIANCE AT THE SAME TIME.

        But yeah sometimes I love her.

        AND THE THING IS YOU CAN TOTALLY JUST STAY IN TREE FORM ALL OF THE TIME. WORTH IT.

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        1. Prinnie Dood Post author

          I’VE GOT IT. I’ll level the rogue and call the set something like, “A Wolf in Boomkin’s Clothing.”

          BECAUSE I AM PUNNY.

          That, and I just keep on waffling on the whole druid business.

          they see me waffling waffling waffling

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