This is just a quick little post to give you a quick tour of Meraki’s Method. Below will be a break down of the sitemap and links to all the places where you can find certain things on the blog itself. And below that will be a list of all my external links so you can catch up with me on your social platform of choice. Some of the links before have not yet been filled in as I’m still working on pulling together an index page for the categories, but they will be sorted by the weekend. If you can’t find something you are looking for check back or let me know!
This week we are going to do a quick run around Silvermoon Vendors and collect up some items for reselling on the AH. Estimated to take a maximum of 15 minutes for the potential of a few thousand gold profits.
Gold making for Casual is a series of gold making tips for World of Warcraft players that want to make some extra gold but don’t want to spend a lot of time doing it. These tips will be things that you can quickly and easily and won’t take too much time and effort out of your regular play but help net you a bit of extra gold on the side to save towards those ever spiking token costs. You can catch up with the full index list of posts here Gold Making For Casuals Series Index
And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch up with all the latest posts as they are posted: Subscribe Here!
Beyond Basics is a series of posts that delve into different aspects of roleplay beyond the basics of character creation within an MMO setting, for our purposes this setting is World of Warcraft but it can be useful in others too. This series will look at things like plots and storylines, conversations and the world and community around you as a player in an MMO and how you can best make use of that and how it might differ from roleplay on tabletop games for example. This post stands as the index page and below you will find an indexed list of links to all the parts of this series to make it easier to find what you need.
Folks, it’s been a while. A little over a year I believe and I know I vanished without a word to say otherwise from both my blogs. I want to explain why and where I went before I catch you up on what I have planned, so if you’ll excuse me we’re going to have some Real Talk.
Shortened from RETroactive CONtinuity, to Retcon means to change or revise what has previously happened when new information might oppose it. If your character had a bad encounter with water as a child, for example and developed a phobia, and later you discover, for wild example the entire next expansion and ergo all your guild’s roleplay is going to be in water zones and in and around water sources, you might want to Retcon that part of their back-story to make it a bit more functional to play, or at least recon the severity of the phobia so that the character is still playable in such zones.
People Retcon things a fair amount in MMORPG’s as it is difficult to gauge what is coming next in terms of content and lore in upcoming releases and expansions. If you were a writer writing a book and you discovered the story was leading you down a certain path that contradicts things you can always go back and edit it out before anyone sees it. In roleplay online you are not so privileged, your character and story is open to the public from the get-go so you can’t go back and change things so easily.
More Articles in the Beyond the Basics Series:
- Beyond Basics: Loaded Lore – The Horde Part 1
- Beyond Basics: Loaded Lore – The Horde Part 2
- Beyond Basics: Roleplaying Bar Staff
- Beyond Basics: Balancing IC and OOC
- Beyond Basics: All Kinds of Canon
- Beyond Basics: Six Good Roleplay Habits
- Beyond Basics: Retconning