After months of lagging around, and not paying attention, I finally gave up the druid, and started/finished my quests to get keyed for Karazhan. This instance isn’t a full 25-main raid, but rather a large 10-man group with several sections, each having their own boss.
From WoWWiki.com, “Karazhan, the Ivory Tower, is an abandoned citadel located in southern Deadwind Pass. The tower is best known for its last known occupant – Medivh, the last Guardian of Tirisfal. After Medivh was killed by the army of Stormwind, the tower sealed itself off from the rest of the world. But recently, Karazhan has reawakened – an evil presence has taken the tower as its own, its halls crawling with spirits and demons…and Medivh’s presence is still alive and well, even decades after his death.”
Even though it’s not a full raid, it is extremely hard and it takes a good group to survive the encounters. Inside, there are many events from playing a game of chess, to watching an opera. Unfortunately, you interrupt each one and are forced to defeat the boss to continue.
Feels like I’m going to be busy later.
HELI FUN continued…
Well, I sent my heli to a friend in Oklahoma to go over the thing trying to find what was causing it to wobble so much. The only things he found were a tight tail belt, and a couple of screws that needed to be replaced. Otherwise it flied great. He was also going to upgrade the gear and maybe fix a couple more things, but as long as it flies, I’ll be happy. Should have it back next week.
Anthony has been on Spring Break this past week. It was nice being able to sleep in, but since he goes back to school next week, I’ll need to start waking up at 2:45pm again. During the week, he’s been building all kinds of stuff and every time I go in there, it’s another mess with cars, Transformers, Legos, Lincoln logs, etc…
Lisa has been busy with work, picking up the slack from others who aren’t doing quite what they should (sounds familiar.) But all-in-all she’s having fun.