Pepe is a cute, lil orange bird who joined us in Warlords of Draenor’s garrisons. There are a couple acheivements to be obtained. I found Pepe! and What A Strange, Interdimensional Trip It’s Been are the current achievements associated with Pepe. By finishing the achivement I found Pepe!, you can collect 4 different outfits which can be randomly selected when he is summoned by the Trans-Dimensional Bird Whistle earned from What A Strange, Interdimensional Trip It’s Been achievement. I’ve also found an adorable addon for Pepe, which places an animated Pepe anywhere on your screen while playing World of Warcraft.
So you can get an easily obtainable murloc battle pet, his name is Terky and can be found in a grotto in Borean Tundra. He looks just like Lurky, which was available for the EU Collector’s edition of Burning Crusade.
A long time goal of mine was to get the Feat of Strength “Insane in the Membrane“. I had hit a dead end with the use of a rogue not readily available since my husband was not currently playing world of warcraft. With the expansion of Warlords of Draenor, I did a character boost for a rogue so I could finally finish this feat of strength and get all the necessary heavy lockboxes out of Lower Blockrock Spire for the Ravenholdt reputation turn-in quest to reach exalted. I took a lot of patience and head to desk moments, but I was finally able to finish the task and sport the shiny new title “the Insane”.
The Darkmoon Faire is a recurring monthly event in the World of Warcraft. You can earn Darkmoon prize tickets, by doing various daily and event quests. At the top of my list of Darkmoon Faire events is purchasing the companions. Currently, You can obtain several companions by exchanging darkmoon prize tickets with Lhara. However, If you just feel like plopping down the ole fishing chair and casting out a line while on Darkmoon Island, you could be rewarded a lovely sea pony for your patience.
Darkmoon Balloon x 90 Darkmoon Prize Tickets
Darkmoon Cub x 90 Darkmoon Prize Tickets
Darkmoon Monkey x 90 Darkmoon Prize Tickets
Darkmoon Tonk x 90 Darkmoon Prize Tickets
Darkmoon Turtle x 90 Darkmoon Prize Tickets
Darkmoon Zeppelin x 90 Darkmoon Prize Tickets
“During the Day of the Dead, people gather in graveyards to celebrate with and cherish the spirits of those they have lost.”
Or just cherish a lot of spirits and pass out…with your new best buddy Jesus the Maracas King.
After nearly 3 years of on/off camping and listening to wind gusts in the bitterly cold land of Storm Peaks, I took down Time-Lost Proto-Drake and stole the Reins of the Time-Lost Proto-Drake. My last camping session lasted approximately 30 hours, during which I killed Vyragosa and Skoll. I camped the spawn point near Frozen Lake for the majority of the time, although I made a couple laps over towards Engine of the Makers to break up time. Skoll spawned a Frozen Lake and Vyragosa flew easterly from Frozen Lake going towards Engine of the Makers. I did not have knowledge of their actual spawn points. Skoll did not get detected until I flew down from spawn point off FrostHold Peak. I’m also not aware of where Time-Lost Proto-Drake spawned either, from my camp position he flew westerly coming up from the Bor’s Breath to Frozen Lake. Although, I believe it’s a safe bet Time-Lost Proto-Drake spawned at the Great Falls area considering how low I saw him coming in from Bor’s Breath.
I was quite thrilled to check this bastardly time-sucker off my list, which puts my mount collection count at 128. The fight is quite easy. The only issue I had was tagging him; his flight speed was quite quick. I dismounted, popped levitate and went to tag him with shadow word: pain, but yet was already out of my range. So I had to remount and get a bit ahead of him and tag him from an outcropping on the side of the peak. Thankfully there was not competition and I was easily able to chase him down.
Reins of the Time-Lost Proto-Drake
Abandoned Adventurer’s Satchel – 24 gold, 54 Silver, 67 Copper – Frostweave Cloth x 20, Crystallized Air x 3 and Crystallized Earth x 5
Another day digging in the never ending quest of artifacts, I found a rare monster Roloch. He is a rather ghastly ogre sporting a one shoulder bare armor piece. Regardless of his poor choice in fashion, I swear this guy makes goblins smell like roses. If you don’t mind the foul stench, You can find him roaming just west of the Horde encampment of Grom’gol in Northern Stranglethorn. He follows a path between the main road through Northern Stranglethorn down towards Mizjan Ruins. If you really must mingle with the ogres, I highly suggest finding a gas mask before you hunt him down.
I was recently exploring Dun Morogh after being inspired by Skolnick of Warcraft Less Traveled to check out the wintry “vacation” cave of Ortell in the mountains of Dun Morogh. Of course, I get lost in the process and find myself on the complete opposite side of the zone. Pleasantly surprised though, I stumbled upon some Dun Morogh Sledders (57,24).
Just to the northeast, I located a small trail that leads to a previously troll inhabited cave but is now used as brewery storage facility to keep all those sledders bodies toasty warm. Inside you’ll find two sledders, a small fire and two large barrels of Dun Morogh’s finest brew. Just outside a cute little pug named Ollie can be found along the trail being pulled around on sled by his owner (we’ll call him Dun Morogh Sledder #1).
By far the best part of this little adventure was catching some fast moving sledding action. To check out the video after the jump. Read more