My beautiful small tree groves planted at Sunsong Ranch are just feeble compared to this magnificent work performed by Kamalia Et Alia: LINK It's just amazing and required a true farmer's attitude. Just wow!
On weekend while looking for group for final LFR runs I also finished the complete Best Friends Tiller journey for all of my 10 chars. It was actually a fun ride, required plenty of cooking, not missing dailies and flying around the farmlands for dark soil blobs that grant you extra rep :=) Not the worst … Continue reading Farewell, Halfhill – Sunsong Ranch and Tillers
We now say farewell to Pandaria, and as you probably liked the Sunsong Ranch and Halfhill like I did, I suggest to say goodbye to the Pandaren there in person. And here we're also recalling what we did for them and expressing your attitudes:=) The first post will be about your cooking guides - THE IRONPAWS For … Continue reading Farewell, Halfhill – The Ironpaws!
Sadly, it seems I never make it until WoD release - getting enough gear from SoO LFRs. But still Mayluna, Chitsuro, Zindari and Rottenshield are frantically raiding Throne of Thunder to get to SoO anyways - it's just trying to bite the last piece of party before it ends. And while they're waiting in queue for … Continue reading Go Besties With Tillers!
As Draenor comes closer and closer, Halfhill farm will most probably mean nothing for you in little less than a month. So, this hint maybe a bit late. But as I'm constantly busy with my alts' professions, I use farming daily now for mats, and that means like 35 days of planting and collecting crops. … Continue reading Mending Your Farm, Or What Else You Don’t Know About Halfhill?
In recent comments on the official website I often came across "Tired of Pandaria, gimme-gimme-gimme Draenor!". One of the points that bothers people much about current expansion is surprisingly - Halfhill farm.I must serve as a public defender here. First, developing the farm was very fun. I have 4 characters to reach Halfhill yet, and I … Continue reading Resources: Farming Through… Farming