So as is my tradition on this blog, I've decided to do a quick year in review for 2015. Interestingly enough, as I finished up 2014, the Warlords of Draenor expansion was relatively new. Has it really only been a year? It feels like forever. At December 31 of last year, I had managed to level exactly 3 characters to 100. I will likely finish up #19 sometime this week (and #20 probably sometime next week), so you can do the math on that.
Unlike previous years, I didn't have any shiny new MMO releases that I tried. Last year involved a brief flirtation with Wildstar and some time spent on Diablo. This year, while I did play a little bit of RIFT, there wasn't really any major attention spent to other titles.
A lot of this year was spent on Garrisons and using them to accumulate gear and gold. That's been fairly successful with really minimal effort and has really replaced inscription as my low effort gold raising technique.
I did the legendary quest chain on 3 different toons, and then promptly asked myself why the hell I bothered doing that. The effort burnt me out on raiding and LFR pretty badly, and as a result, I haven't set foot in LFR in meaningful way since August.
But I'm enjoying the leveling scene, and I'm looking forward to Warlords. My rogue is currently sitting at 91 in his garrison accumulating garrison resources and will probably push to 100 next week. After that it is alliance priest, warrior and monk, probably in that order. Then I may do a third hunter and a third mage if time allows. I may level this one as fire just because I've never ever ever even tried that. So why not, right?