Let's do a brief post mortem, shall we?
|Talk to the troll...no, THE Troll! (WTB Flyswatter)|
|Is it getting hot in here?|
Damn, it's good to be a gangster.
|Sully ain't the fullest mug in the pub sometimes, is he?|
|Fluxfire Secret Agent Cat|
|Old Man Seer quest: cool! Could use some new shoes...|
What? Where? What happened?
Put in a ticket. Got advice about ten hours later. Do this thing with this, some /jumpupthreetimes go to WTF folder (so aptly named) and dance naked in the moonlight. Did that fix it?
No. In fact, when I followed the steps the first GM gave me, every time I logged back into Ceniza my screen froze down shut and I had to do hard reboots. Not cool. After three more GM exchanges, and about a day or so, we got it fixed. So I am not joking when I say Blizzard broke my mage. Fortunately, they did fix her, and gave her her pet battle stone, which is being kept in a secret off-short location until I get the Unborn Valk'yr pet. It'll happen. Sure. Sure it will.
BUT - there is always a silver lining. Because mage broke, and I saw my friend Kaylyne putting up her leatherworking skills in trade, I perused her fine wares and found this robe for Momokawa, who's been in hibernation for months. Stupid climate change!
I had all the materials except the spirits of harmony, and she gladly made it for me with a wink and a promise. Now Momo could get into heroics! Hooray! I have really missed druid healing.
No one but me and the rogue left standing, and finished off the first boss.
Boosted by this confidence, I tried another, and ended up getting a lot of advice, in Spanish, about how to be a druid:
My friend Señor translated the little I had time to ask, so first line: Is this your first druid? I'm asking with all due respect.
And there's something about green leaves.
I appreciate the advice in any language, to be sure. And yes, it is my first druid. And my last. And where did I leave that hibernation den? I think I hear a baby bear cub calling my name....
Ah well. Al menos mi mago vuelve a funcionar.