This is why I’m not all that excited about the talent changes in the Mists of Pandaria expansion. Given the way I play, these are my choices, for every character from here on out.
Now admittedly I don’t vary my talent choices much right now, but at least I think about it sometimes.
I’m furiously flapping around the world (of Warcraft) right now talking to Candy Buckets to get Tricky Treats to turn in for a Feline Familiar mini-pet – all part of Hallow’s End.
And just now, the Candy Bucket at Splintertree Post in Ashenvale gave me a Sinister Squashling! I would be very excited … except that I already have a Sinister Squashling and the damned things are soulbound so I can’t send it to my up-and-coming blood elf hunter.
I was about to delete it to clear out the bag space when I suddenly remembered that as part of the BlizzCon announcement about Pokemon-style pet battles, Blizzard said that a bunch of mini-pets are going to become tradeable.
Now that may not apply to the Sinister Squashling … but just in case I think I will hold onto it for now. One bag slot is worth the possibility of my blood elf finally getting this slippery squash, I think.
Since I have failed to go back to bed, I figured I’d go ahead and watch the “World of Warcraft Preview” session on the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket Stream. Presumably, this is more information on the upcoming Mists of Pandaria (MoP) expansion.
Hah! MoP! I have amused myself.
I’m going to handle this as a live blog again, largely because I am too sleepy to organize my thoughts.
By the way, I’ve been using US Pacific times in order to match the BlizzCon schedule. It’s actually three hours later where I am.