oh my motherfucking god.
i was sceptical about all this new info and leaked spoilers about world of warcraft's next expansion.
but with a bit more solid proof about it all i'm allowing myself to get a little excited :Dhttp://www.worldofwarcraft.com/cataclysm/media/
i'm happy that the level cap is only being raised by 5 levels.
a completely re-designed Azeroth will be amazing to play through. essentially there's nothing wrong with how it is now, but its all so 'dead'. seen it too many times, the thought of levelling another toon through it is painful (the exceptions being the Draenei and Belf starting zones).
the two new races look great, i'm more excited about the Worgen - after all, i am Alliance at heart. a worgen warlock sounds good to me! (and will replace my human warlock, see i've planned this already). but i'll definitely be playing a goblin too. i imagine they're going to look quite sinister.
there seems to be a lot of theorycrafting changes too. stats being tinkered with - merged and/or removed entirely. that'll simplify things cause i don't know about you but i'm not into the idea of having to 'study' to be good at a game.
well i'm on an involuntary break from wow. i had hoped that after i was paid this month i'd be able to renew my subscription. but alas i am too poor even for £8. so on this month off i intend to use my spare time more wisely.
for starters, i'm going to get myself healthier. my job keeps me active and on my feet every day but i'm thinking, a little cardio and a little yoga wouldn't hurt. i also need to ask the doctor about a potential under active thyroid. i say potential. i read the 'symptoms' and some apply, but could easily have other reasons and it could be coincidence. best get it checked out me-thinks.
also terribly excited about november. but that's for a different journal entry i think :)
Tags: diet and exercise, world of warcraft