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This project has been in the works for a while but I’m excited to say that the video (created by Navimie) is finally ready to view. I only saw it for the first time today and I must admit, the music was a great fit. Funnily enough, the archaeology scene was deleted but I think it still captures who she is. As with any great adventure you’ll find action, exploration, a love interest and even a blooper when she’s flung backwards as a meteor.
I felt like I was riding a hoverboard (from Back to the Future) although it was quite difficult skimming the water with all those rocks. We also managed to record some of the Last Relic of Argus locations and follow all the forms of Kroshik on the Isle of Thunder. It was a little odd to glide over Ruby Lake and still sink with levitate activated – just shows I don’t glide very often.
It’s a long way from that first video she created of a certain tauren hunter and druid :P
Thx so much Navi. <3
Have you noticed the new fluff items from your daily Blingtron Package lately? A Steamy Romance Novel may be old news to some but the Blingtron Heart Key is certainly new. Then that got me thinking… along the lines of finding all sorts of treasures around Pandaria, what if we could find random body parts, kind of like piecing the Crumbled Chamberlain together and make our own robots but each piece had a random chance to be a different colour or design – like one could be a bionic arm or some other unique feature.
Maybe one design could look like Blingtron or Jeeves or possibly a new design but you couldn’t see what kind of robot you had until you had all the pieces.
I imagine my robot to be a companion like the Argent Gruntling who can sell, trade or access your bank. Maybe even loot stuff like the Fetch glyph for Hunters or Helpful Wikky’s Whistle. On the other hand, imagine if we had a portable hand-in for all those archaeology artifacts without having to go back to the Seat of Knowledge every day. If that’s the case, handing in those pristine items could open up a holographic dialogue of sorts letting us know more about the item we’ve discovered.
By now, many of you have followed my Cymre Jones adventures which have been a lot of fun to share. At first it was really just an natural progression of my love of Archaeology as I adopted the surname that brought Harrison Jones to the game.
Over time, as her experiences grew and interests diversified, she thrived on finding new artifacts and treasures across all the zones of Pandaria. As a reflection of this, her attire began to incorporate some of these new additions.
Some time later, I wanted to go for a slightly more feminine approach dropping the vest for good.
But with more Lara Croft and less Harrison Jones in mind, I had a good look at what I would like as her ‘ideal’ outfit (which has no armour limitations) so the shared topic I suggested last year would follow my latest selection rather than the one I suggested for the post. I’m not sure if her title quite fits now either but a lot of NPCs don’t have titles anyway.
So here she is – my would-be NPC in-game. There’s no harm in wishing is there?