My raiding sessions are coming to an end: all Castle Nathria sets are now complete!
It is exciting that wing 3 – Shriekwing, Sludgefist and Generals – are out of my queues now. What we have left to farm is a few spoils from Nathria weapon rack – and the vampire castle would officially be put on a shelf:
I’ve yet several tries yet, so maybe this week? I hope so. But of course one particularly stubborn item could take weeks and months to drop.
With raiding almost out of of my hair, there’s not much to do – or I’d rather say not much interesting to do. This is embarassing and clearly sucks. I’ve goals to complete – particularly all the cosmetic rewards from Covenants, and all my toons would participate to help each other with mounts, appearances and what not. I’ve reputations to grind – albeit through quick emissary sessions, and I’m not even in the middle of my Torghast journey, although I’m making some progress there.
The thing is, what I got on my hands now is not really motivating. Torghast – you know I hate it for being a yawn fest, and endless runs on many toons don’t help a lot. Emissary a day could be fine, but on many toons it’s also a grind. And cosmetics… well, anima farming is least motivating of all. What could be done here is anima pouring out of every source, like azerite/artifact power did. In its current state, it’s as far as the stars, and it just makes me cry :)
Well, I guess as 9.1. is far away, I could take it easy and just chillax. Apart from raids, there will be no grind. I’d rather pick a random toon I feel like playing with and simply do daily/weekly tasks. No pressure, no missed opportunity, no rush. Renowns on my roster are 30+, I’m happy with my gear (in-between 188-197) – so let’s just crawl up and be happy with whatever progress we make.
Yes, WoW in the coming months would be quite boring. The lull time came too soon…