It’s Faire Time!

I really love the Darkmoon Faire. Everything about it … the games, the profession quests, the fairegrounds themselves … is such a huge improvement over what it used to be. I have all the pets and mounts, but I still go. I’m working on upgrading heirlooms next, I think.

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The timing for this month’s Faire was just perfect for Madorsa, as she moved from Northrend to Cata. Her enchanting leveled right up with no issues, but I got bogged down on the tail end of Northrend tailoring. Seriously, just to get from 410 to 420 so she could do the quest at the Faire to finish it off, each recipe took 9 bolts of cloth from 410 to 415 and a whopping 12 bolts (plus 12 infinite dust of which she has a near-infinite supply) for each frostweave bag to get from 415 to 420. Averry helped out a lot, sending me every scrap of frostweave he could dig out of his alts’ banks, but I still ended up spending a good four hours over the course of three separate farming sessions on Kirgra to get enough to finish it. If I’d had to also get enough to get from 420 to 425 I think I would have had to break something.

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And yes, you’re getting screenies of Dyle again because I am so in love with his transmog.

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2 Responses to “It’s Faire Time!”

  1. koalabear21 Says:

    Yeah tailoring is a PITA from Wrath through MoP.

    You think Wrath tailoring was bad? Wait for the EXCESSIVELY low cindercloth drops.

    Have fun with that >.<

    You might want to start farming now.

  2. wolfgangcat Says:

    Yeah, I was stuck at the Frostweave cloth fiasco for a long time. I didn’t have much of a problem with Cata cloth because I just farmed the mobs at the TB dock – decent drops, fast respawns.

    Of course this was before CRZ so who knows what it’s like now :P

    I hope Blizz gives alternatives to all the professions like they did with BS. Trying to level a profession with old content and CRZ is insane. I’m stuck at TBC level with JC. Very painful.

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