In the thirty-seventh World of Warcraft podcast episode, we play how we want to play and hit the buttons we want to hit (even if it’s one), Sláinte switches over to ElvUI, we fly through patch 5.4’s new raid, The Siege of Orgrimmar, we level Blacksmithing with Ghost Iron Bars until we realize that’s dumb, we convert the super-secret rare MoP gear market into a Molsan Method list for you, we speculate on how the in-game economy will be affected by Virtual Realms, we reveal our favorite Wrath of the Lich King dungeon for our Thirty Weeks of World of Warcraft, and we challenge each other to become double agents.
Is it gear, spec/class, rotation… or is it the basic ability of hitting buttons correctly?
What is all this?
Switching over to it… on a couple toons.
Bitten’s SpellFlash Addon
The Siege of Orgrimmar
The new raid… are you excited?
Blacksmith leveling with GIO only
Molsan Method Update
Realm selection now available
New realms added: Draenor, Kul Tiras, Proudmoore, Terokkar… even Bladefist
Added new list for tracking MoP rare leveling equipment
Koltrane from CtR wants to know!
Double Agent Challenge?
Alliance Death Knight race to 90? Okay, sure.
Dear Bitter and Salty,
After listening to your show the past two weeks, I finally took the time to write in about leveling Battle Pets quickly. Much like you as I was progressing through the Trainers through the various zones and needed to level up other pet families then the ones I had at level 25. I ran into the same issue in trying to identify a way to level a pet up rapidly and ran into the same suggestions of doing the dailies, but as you are aware when you are at that point you can’t use that process fully until you’ve beat the trainers you need to level pets for!
So I stumbled across one comment about taking your low level pet and putting it in a team with two other 25’s and taking it to Dragonblight in Northrend. At all of the dragon skeletons throughout the zone there are Dragonbone Hatchlings (http://www.wowhead.com/npc=62852) They are in the area in an abundant amount and hit fairly weakly and respawn fairly quickly. So if you are looking for a rather fast way to level up a low level this is one way. Keep in mind this will get fairly mind numbingly boring very quickly considering you will be facing the same pets over and and over.
With that in mind I wanted to find another way that wasn’t so grindy and so boring. So here is where I get to the “secret”. With your leveling pet in the first slot, (get it up to level 3 at least, so it isn’t one shot), go around the world and hunt all those other pets you know your OCD is telling you to collect. Let that leveling pet take a hit or make a hit, and then rotate it out. Rinse and repeat as you travel around the world trying to collect rares. So kill two birds (two dragonkins, whatever) with one stone, level a pet and collect all the things!
I found in one weekend of moderate playing, while waiting for Raid Finder queues to pop I was able to level at least one of every pet family to max level and not feel like I was fighting the same stuff over and over to the point of insanity. Meanwhile I was collecting all the pets I didn’t have and picking up the rares.
I know you also touched briefly on this but if there is a certain pet family you need, hop over to wowhead.com orwarcraftpets.com and see if there is a high level version in a Northrend/Cata/Pandaria zone you can hunt and capture a rare that you don’t have. When you capture them they will be around level 22-23 saving you a lot of leveling. I distinctly remember needing like two turtles since I had none anywhere past level 3 and was able to pick up two I still needed to capture in MoP zones saving me a ton of time.
As always great job with the show and I look forward to the next one! Good luck and good hunting!
Tyraine – Human (Hooman) Warrior – Terokkar – US
TWoWoW Week 16
Molsan — I cheated and asked Blizzard CMs Zarhym and Netherea, but I’ll go with Utgarde Pinnacle.
Sláinte — The Frozen Halls ( all 3 ) FoS, PoS, HoR
— Ben Bumhoffer (@BentheMage) June 19, 2013
— Ally (@Allayva) June 19, 2013
— Lil' Transmogger (@Syngry) June 19, 2013
— Donnie (@Toxify_) June 19, 2013
@Molsan Halls of reflection, followed by Culling of Stratholme.
— J M Dudley (@nighttimeapp) June 19, 2013
— Jamie Miller (@Szefir) June 19, 2013
— Ross Bass (@Insaneyall) June 19, 2013
— Phil (@stoppableforce) June 19, 2013
— Lefty (@lefty1981) June 19, 2013
Catch up Wk 15:
Vuhdo. Oh my goodness. It started out years ago as just something to make healing easier, and now, it has morphed into my entire casting interface, no matter who I’m playing. I love that I can bind anything (spells, potions, bandages) to my mouse. And that there’s a whole area of “hostile” spell bindings for fighting. Top that off with complete customization, auto buff renewal, and profiles I can save and load throughout my acct… And you have one satisfied caster.
I just love it! As far as the Wrath Dungeons go, it’s totally my favorite. I like that it’s in Dalaran, it’s all in one room, and there’s that gamble on who you’ll fight. Its quick, easy, and totally different than any other Instance I’ve done.
TWoWoW Week 17 – Your favorite profession
Call from Strumpet
Call from Random Guy
@bitterandsalty I soloed SSC on my feral drood last week and took Lady Vash down. HATED IT! HATED IT! HATED IT! Lurker was easy though.
— Matt Burlingame (@mattburlingame) June 16, 2013
So tonight was the first go with all the new addons from @bitterandsalty and I think I need an in depth tutorial for each of them. Holy Crap
— Joy Binkley (@Joypenny) June 16, 2013
@bitterandsalty ding!! 65 on my Elemental Shammy, Vera
— Joy Binkley (@Joypenny) June 15, 2013
Just dinged L90 on my rogue, 5 toons to 90, and Double Agent (CC @bitterandsalty
— Hasteur (@Hasteur) June 14, 2013
Thanks to my guild friends Molsan and Slainte for their bday wishes for my daughter. My vote for best WoW podcast! @bitterandsalty
— Ahrag (@AhragCC) June 14, 2013
— Benjamin Redington (@benredington) June 12, 2013
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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