Why Skoll is my favorite Spirit Beast

Skoll was my first Spirit Beast I ever tamed.  It wasn’t Loque’nahak or the bear or the tiger.  It was the wolf.  If you ever played a dwarf you know wolves are one the first beasts you can tame.  The most legendary being Timber, he is only level 5 now, but in the past he was a hard kill, especially with his body guards.

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I swore. I sometimes miss that dead old server, Dalvengyr. Then I was browsing some old screen shots and I found these…

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We were both admiring our recently planted trees. Since MoP came out and BM was actually good again, I took Skoll out and we rocked up the Hozen, Yungol, some Pandaren, some rogue Jinyu, and a few others.  He has been almost a constant companion since the expansion released.  I also created a transmog set reflecting his blue and white hues. I can’t wait to explore Draenor with this loyal pet.  That self heal and Mastery buff will help me so much.  Now what was that name of that bow again? I am pretty sure it was from Pit of Saron.

‘Til next time…

! Guntitan

2 Comments

  1. bbr July 11, 2014 8:36 pm 

    Got him too ^^

    How active are you of late – in regards to blogging compared to when you started WoW blogging?
    Be a sport and drop by here: Linky here – calling all bloggers
    I’m doing a writeup to see how many WoW bloggers are still “active” – if you’d be interested in a link exchange, just let me know, it’d be good for some extra pageviews ^,^

  2. Guntitan July 20, 2014 6:24 pm 

    I would try to blog monthly. When I first started blogging I was leveling my hunter. My blog at first, was a collection of links and resources. Then I started raiding during WotLK and realized I wasn’t a bad hunter and started to blog more. During Cata playing WoW was like a full time job. Especially if you fished for feasts. During MoP is when I slowed down, I became a dad, got a full time job, that’s when my priorities shifted. I do miss raiding and blogging. If I could find a part time job, and play full time again for the same pay, I would.

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