I have reached a great milestone in the Achievement Point system in World of Warcraft: 10,000 achievement points! And the real kicker is that the achievement that put me over the top was Frostbitten, which involves hunting down all rare monsters from the Wrath of the Lich King expansion to World of Warcraft. And I reached exactly 10,000 points — not one point over!
The personalized license plates I ordered for me new Camaro arrived today:
Onyxia is the name of a powerful black dragon in the online video game, World of Warcraft. A fitting name for my car, I think.
Yeah, it’s a nerdy plate, but it’ll be a nice, ‘inside reference’ for other gamers who see my car on the road.
An awesome trailer is out for the next expansion of the World of Warcraft video game:
It’s going to be interesting to see how much they change the original gameworld that’s been around for six years.
I created a simple spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 2000 for displaying the level and quality of all gear worn by everyone in a World of Warcraft guild. It downloads guild member and item information from the World of Warcraft Armory. The goal for this program is to be able to view, at a glance, who needs what item slots upgraded.
Feel free to modify/distribute this spreadsheet.
And now for some World of Warcraft humor.
Here’s a short screencap-comic of how my World of Warcraft raiding guild — The Dreadnaughts — would fare if we were in the Star Wars universe rather than the Warcraft universe.