In the ninety-fourth World of Warcraft podcast episode, we ding 100 just like everyone else and head straight into separate Molten Cores, we spend all of our time running our alts through Garrisons crafting Truesteel Helms, Sláinte changes his name and introduces Azeroth to Dark Sláinte, Molsan repeatedly falls off of circular wind platforms in Skyreach, we run Scenarios, Proving Grounds, and defend invasions… all without leaving our Garrison, and we remind everyone that the auction house is neutral, you still need fifty thousand gold in the expansion, and play the game without reading any guides.

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

Ding 100!!!

Now what? Molten Core? Level alts?


MC runs

Same time… not same place??

Tanking trash

Fishing skulls in MC


Skyreach Wind Boss

Platform FAIL

Legendary Ring Quest

Gearing Up Beyond i600

Crafted Truesteel Set

i640 Inscription Trinkets

Garrison Missions for i615 now to equip at 100

“You can only have 3 crafted items equipped at once” – WHY

MC gives you an i640 helm… Of course the first item I crafted was a helm

Garrison Invasions and Gold Victory

“Once you reach max level, these events are triggered organically. What this means is, as you fight powerful foes among the enemy factions of Draenor (generally in and around the areas for Apexis Crystal Missions) you’ll draw their attention and an enemy force will eventually prepare to attack your Garrison. When that happens, the commander outside your Town Hall will have a quest for you, allowing you to trigger the invasion.”

Each award can be earned once a week

Invader’s Forgotten Treasure can contain an i645 piece or a mount

Listen to Molsan

You do need like 50k for garrisons

AH is Neutral??

Forgot about this…


Clips of intro and outro music taken from “Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix)” by spinningmerkaba

Additional clips of music taken from “Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines ft. T.I. Pharrell ( INSTRUMENTAL )” by ADreamOfficial

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