In the thirty-sixth World of Warcraft podcast episode, we recap the Barrens Snoozefest of 2013, we welcome fresh 90s to our growing list of alts, we are in love with LFR, we attempt to understand Flex Raiding, we disagree that you need a group in order to enjoy the game, we get epic pet battle advice, we reveal even more Molsan Methods for tracking markets against current auction house data, and we cover week 15 of the thirty weeks of World of Warcraft, your favorite addon.

Bitter and Salty is brought to you weekly by Molsan and Sláinte.

The Barrens Snoozefest 2013

Rocks, Meats, Oils… then KLS for 502 boots? Then what? Oh, back to the Barrens for 150 of each for a total of 600?!? NO THANKS.

Dings 90

Magmaw, Sole… who’s next?

LFR

Molsan is addicted to TES and ran ToT. 

Flex Raiding

Because we don’t have to.

Bring anywhere from 10 to 25 people to your raid and the difficulty will automatically scale.

Works with battletags, so you can bring friends from other realms.

Item level of loot is between Raid Finder and Normal and loot is awarded with the Raid Finder style loot system.

Separate lockout from Raid Finder and Normal, allowing you to do all three difficulties.

Major Payne Pet Battle Help – Call from Leeta

Pet Battle Advice from Lagerhoof

More Molsan Methods

Lists of current items on the auction house

Looking for low-supply items with high, potential profit

Current lists: all glyphs and rare, cut, MoP gems

#TWoWoW Week 15 – Favorite AddOn

Sláinte

ArkInventory – The one addon I cannot live without.

OLD Pally Power – Runner Up

Molsan

TradeSkillMaster

Email

Jerome

Hey, Bitter and Salty.

Favourite Addon: TSM, actually, based on the suggestion of the show.

Also, ElvUI, which replaced about a dozen other addons and really looks great on both my PC and my Mac.

Of course, I picked two, so I’m sure I’m disqualified…

Mildrid

Currently my favorite addon is a little bird called SavedInstances.  If you’ve got a lot of characters, it can be difficult to remember who’s killed Nalak, who’s looted their treasure key, who’s done their transmutes, etc.  This app tracks a myriad of useful daily and weekly lock outs in an elegant fashion.  This has saved me a lot of pointless character switches which means more time to dance on the mailbox.

Audio

Hasteur

Strumpet

Jellad

Wholly – http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/wholly

Grail – http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/grail

Mentions

Jean @jeanbees

@bitterandsalty Favorite addon? Tough call, but for now I’m going to say Elvui. Easy setup, replaced 5+ other addons, and I love my new UI!

https://twitter.com/jeanbees/status/344605227837693952

So Speaking of Addons…

Icy Veins also has a quest checker: http://www.icy-veins.com/completed-quests-checker-wow

PetTracker – http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/pettracker

Shows complete match-up when switching pets

Shows pet family type icon over your ability

Shows opponent abilities and their cooldowns during fight

WIM – http://www.curse.com/addons/wow/wim-3

#TWoWoW 14 Catch Up

Call from Strumpet

Call from Choob from Draka

#TWoWoW Week 16 – Your Favorite Wrath Dungeon

Mentions

Happy 8th birthday, Danielle!

https://twitter.com/jwesleyproctor/status/343337713094754304

SHOUT OUT TO CHESSAN

Welcome back, your priest skillz were missed.

 

Music

Clips of intro and outro music taken from “Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix)” by spinningmerkaba and “C’Mon” by Analog By Nature

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