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Azerite Transmog Series - Azerite Wizard Set (Cloth)
Azerite Wizard [Cloth] #TransmogTuesday
I absolutely love the colour combination of Azerite. Everytime I’m running around doing my Azerite world quests I’m in awe Read more.
30 thoughts on 30
Responsibility as a friend & a blogger
One of the things I wanted to do with this blog this year was venture out from under my scared Read more.
Uni Updates
All Change
In the past few weeks I’ve had to change my class timetable several times, so the post I previously wrote Read more.
Screenshot Challenge
Screenshot Challenge
A while back I had the idea of doing an instagram challenge for video games. That idea then evolved into Read more.
Why Heathcliffe is my man scares me
Why “Heathcliff is my man” scares me: The term so far.
This statement was heard as recently as the beginning of term (January 2013), and has been one I have heard Read more.
Interview
Interview with Creator Llinos
Each month I will be interviewing someone from the online world. They could be someone creative, quirky, geeky or a Read more.

Recent Entries

Dreadwake of the Ebon Blade Death Knight Transmog Set

When I think of a Death Knight I think blue. It isn’t because of their gleaming frozen eyes, or that one of their specs is frost. It’s because I’m reminded of my favourite expansion, the one that introduced them, Wrath of the Lich King. I’m sure there were plenty of players who got sick of the never-ending icy landscapes of Northrend, but for me I loved the blue, silver and purple shades employed by the art team to create a beautiful place that was juxtaposed by the horrific abominations of the Scourge. Anyway, enough of the poetry. There are plenty of blue hues to chooseRead More →

#LoveYourBacklog Week 2019!

I’ve been trying to do a backlog post and work on my video game backlog for a while now, so when I saw Michelle at A Geek Girl’s Guide post her #LoveYourBacklog post I knew I had to join in! What is #LoveYourBacklog Week? It’s a week long event run by Kim of Later Levels and LightningEllen of Livid Lightning aimed at dispelling the idea of anxiety, fear or apprehension a gamer might get while thinking of their backlog. Every gamer has one, and the idea that there’s this ever growing list of games sitting there can sometimes be a bit daunting – I knowRead More →

It’s been a while since there’s been a Transmog Tuesday and after a few months break it’s back! I think the break did my creative juices a lot of good as this set came together really easily. Other than the last one, I was beginning to struggle with some sets so it seems a break was needed in more ways than one!  I started with the tier 8 heroic robe and was originally using that as my base element. While hunting for a pair of shoulders I came across one of the Warlock legendaries from Legion which shares an appearance with a pvp set. FromRead More →

Geeking by in December & January

Hi everyone! It’s been a while since there was Geeking By update and eagle-eyed readers may notice that there’s a month missing; November. Honestly not much happened in that month so skipping ahead to December and January instead. Christmas Markets There are two Christmas markets in Glasgow each year and we used to go to at least one of them regularly before our health problems got too bad. Every year we try to get there but are unable to do so, so it was great to be able to do it this year! It was just such a shame that the markets themselves were aRead More →

10 Unique Gemstones for Valentine's Day Gifts

As a Libra I’ve always been attracted to beautiful things, so naturally shiny colourful rocks and minerals that come from mother nature have always appealed to me. I started looking into crystals for healing and magic when I was in my teens, around the same time I began to realise that Christianity really wasn’t for me and I was introduced to Paganism. It didn’t take long for me to recognise that my spiritual and personal beliefs were more aligned to Paganism, and for many years now I have identified as a solitary neo-pagan practitioner. As discussed in the past jewellery is very significant to meRead More →