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Screenshots of the Week

It’s been a while since I’ve updated — sorry about that. I should probably aim for about 1 post per month.

A few weeks ago my wonderful fiance bought me a monitor from a friend — it’s a perfect widescreen LCD.

I’ve always wanted a widescreen LCD and he knew that so when he had the chance he grabbed it for me.

It has resulted in some very nice screenshots.

I really love my holy (and ret for soloing) paladin.

Obviously. I mean she’s in almost every screenshot…

Stay Classy friends.












Meet Lumina.

She’s my adorable little hunter.

Pretty sure eventually, when she’s 90, she’ll be my new main for the remainder of WoW.

I did actually give her mail gear after this picture, instead of the leather.

I also snapped a pretty picture of Eversong.

And some of my sassy rogue.

Bear power, yo.

Enjoy the eye candy.













Beautiful Shado-Pan Monastery

I am fishing while listening to Zen Music on Spotify.

I am quite relaxed.

I might even fall asleep right here on the bed.

But…not before I share some of the in-game beauty with you.

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Screenshot Saturday

Enjoy the eye candy.

Taken on a 52″ flatscreen plasma tv.





Lake Kittitata

As soon as I saw the name of this lake in Jade Forest, I giggled.  Lake Kittitata is a play on Lake Titticaca.

From the Wikipedia page:

Lake Titicaca is a lake in the Andes on the border of Peru and Bolivia. By volume of water, it is the largest lake in South America.[2][3]Lake Maracaibo has a larger surface area, but is often regarded as a large brackish bay due to its direct connection with the sea.

It is often called the highest navigable lake in the world, with a surface elevation of 3,812 m (12,507 ft).[4][5] Although this refers to navigation by large boats, it’s generally considered to mean commercial craft. At least two dozen bodies of water around the world are at higher elevations, but all are much smaller and shallower.[6]

There is also a small stone circle in the middle of the lake with a tree that drops water (it is actually a very pleasant place to fish). You can find the Pandaren Ritual Stone here for a nice free 105 gold (if it has spawned).  I walked in and out of the circle which caused it to appear.

Please click, read, and wow someone with your new knowledge of Lake Titticaca!

Lake Kittitaca

On a quick personal note — I am still playing WoW. I love WoW. You can find me as Trailfox#1530 or Natalie on Borean Tundra.  I got a small raise at work (woo hoo)!  Still going great with the boyfriend and I love hims a lot!  We do a ton of stuff together so we don’t play Wow all that much. I usually have to play while he is away at drill on weekends (National Guard).  Other than that, working, working out (jogging) and living life.  Catch me on twitter @classyheals.