Whenever I am doing world quest, raiding, or busting out my fishing pole to level up my fishing in game I always want to have something playing in the back round. I, for whatever reason, have an attention span of a squirrel.
*Notices something out the corner of her eye ~ oh shiny!*
Here are a few examples of what I have recently discovered that I am really enjoying to listen to.
1 Ember Trio
3 Mozart Hero’s
4 Harp Twins
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Kuru the lighthearted is a npc located on the terrace of the Shrine of the Seven Stars, Shrine of Seven Stars is the Alliance city hub in Pandaria’s Kun-Lai Summit.
Whenever I see this npc it brings forth thoughts of a particular band, The Kuru Smile.
The song, 18 Black Horses.
I vividly remember listening to this pre-raid, on a weekly basis before entering raid to defeat Garrosh Hellscream in Siege of Orgrimmar!
Usually with my music related post, I have a brief history or album review. That includes any chart success for the artist as well. In this case, I would like to have the music speak for itself.
To give you a brief background, A few years ago, someone mentioned Blackmill while we were questing on an alt in World Of Warcraft. Since then, I have listened, and will continue to.
Preface: As stated in a previous post, I am participating in a blog challenge! Thank you to Z & Cinder’s site! You can check them out here! I plan on doing several zones as their own post, a series of sorts, This is the first installment! Hope you enjoy!
When I first started World Of Warcraft, I wanted to explore, a lot. I wanted to see it all. For the longest time, I spent listening to the games music. Also wanted to hear everything that the music had in store as well! However, there is a few places & zones across the map that brought forward a song or album to the forefront of my mind!
I am going to start with Duskwood, Eastern Kingdoms! It is located in the south-central part of Azeroth, south of Elwynn Forest, East of Westfall & west of Deadwind Pass. The Duskwood storyline takes place right after the Redridge Mountains storyline for Alliance players. I vividly remember the music I was listening to one day while leveling an alt. When I first entered the zone, Stone Sour’s “Say You’ll Haunt Me” populated in my headphones via iTunes. For me it set a great vibe for the entire zone.
It was such a great way to see a different zone, dark and mysterious, via the sound of a song! It also was a great set of lore things there!
When gaming, weather Warcraft or Hearthstone, I want something that will assist me with focusing & without any vocal’s. While diving into the wide array of videos on youtube I stumbled over a channel full of great music.
Derek & Brandon Fiechter are Fantasy & world twin composer’s that started their musical journey when they were 15 years old.
One of my favorites of their original music scores is the 1 hour of Fairytale Music! (video in post!)
Whenever you have a chance, please feel free to visit their youtube page here!
On Wednesday, The 7th of February Blizzard released the Alpha for Battle For Azeroth. It is by invite only!
The invitations may take a while to arrive in your email, but you can check if you are eligible to play the Alpha by refreshing your Battle.net client and checking for the Alpha tag.
Along with the Alpha announcement we also have access to see the updated ui changes. The additional action bars “Bottom Left Bar” and “Bottom Right Bar”, it now only adds 6 slots instead of the previous 10. In addition, The Game Menu with buttons such as Character Info, Spellbook, Abilities, etc. and well as the Bag has been moved to the bottom right of the screen. It seems to be a lot cleaner then the current ui build!
If you can not tell, I am super hyped for the changes.
Also, as an honorable mention, Hazlenutty had posted a video to youtube about the updated models for battle pets! Check out the video!