Dufit’s Time-Out


A kinda-sorta unexpected maintenance this morning 😦

With at least two hours waiting time, Dufit has decided to share a few more thoughts about his adventures in Pandaria. That is, if the curiousity of comparing beaks subsides for a few moments.

Mine is bigger. No, Mine Is!

During our last visit with Dufit, he parted with the remark about fighting through those “loot-stealin’-scum-alliance” peeps. And, there have been some tedious moments with this issue along with some lol moments. Here’s a couple of shots for clarification:

Need a Tiger?

“I NEED a Wolf people!!!

Sheeze! Save a couple for me.

Doing dailys for the Golden Lotus, Klaxxi, or just about anyone else reminds Dufit of stories handed down from one of Aygaren’s old and wise Alliance friend. He’s a dusty old BM Hunter from an all out PvP realm. Stories from times long past referred to as the times of BC, Wrath and the warring Firelands. Back then, killing monsters meant watching your back for the “enemy” as well. The old hunter referred to those times as “bloody gankfests.” Such things as corpse and graveyard camping were quite common. Survival. Not only the key word every day, but a way of life all together.

Now then, Dufit has some comprehension of the on-going war against the Alliance. His tour of duty has taken him to numerous battlegrounds and fronts. But he sees his current world as a bit out of kilter. Most of these Pandarian factions hire him to kill things. No problem there. Most of the things he needs to kill have, shall we say, obstacles, in the way. Things that usually require killing before you get to your main targets your getting paid for. Okay, no problem there.

The problems start while removing the “obstacles.” Those alliance scum sneak in and steal the target stuff he needs to get paid while he’s stuck removing said obstacles. The old hunters advice was to go ahead and kill the thief as well. They deserved to die. Dufit’s problem? There seems to be some sort of backdoor agreement amidst the faction leaders that states he cannot attack an enemy thief unless they agree to do battle first. And of coarse, none of the thieves seem to be willing to fight. Oh well, those politicians sitting in their comfy capital thrones have strange ways for sure.

Dufit’s thoughts here seem simple enough. If you’re going to practice “loot-stealing,” which is what it comes down to, then at least have the guts to fight for it. “Carry your battleflag fools!” LOL! It’s not going to happen, but a Goblin can have a dream. Personally, I think the Goblin needs to be more devious about this. Maybe some suicide pulls? Aggro everything in sight on top of the thieves? Might work!

On the lighter side, his two new best friends over at Halfhill have generously provided him with a cat named Luna, and some sheep! The farm is very productive and becoming quite well known with the Tillers Union.


Luna the cat

Okay? Thinking of some names now?

Those panda folks often ask you to tell them a story, they love stories. And if you take the time, many of them will tell you some stories as well.

Tell me a story.

Okay, back to the drawing board. Maybe Uncle Gus can shed some light on things.

Tell me a story Uncle Gus.

Soooooooo, how are you spending your Friday time-out?


8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. tomeoftheancient
    Nov 06, 2012 @ 13:35:09

    Those stupid, stupid, goats and I always get there just as a pally has pulled the whole group. I finally boycotted that quest and now just stand there to pick up all the leather!

    • aygaren
      Nov 06, 2012 @ 14:24:02

      LOL! At least you’re getting something out of the mess. Dufit’s been wading through groups of alliance trying to tag his share.

  2. Prinnie Dood
    Nov 02, 2012 @ 11:41:01

    I hate the one daily where you have to get the goats … THERE ARE NEVER ENOUGH GOATS ON THAT TINY DARN RIDGE. Worse, since they spawn in FRIGGIN’ HERDS, is that if you’re even a second too slow, somebody has already AoE’d EVERY ONE OF THEM and you have to wait for the next group to spawn.

    Nooo …

  3. Spencer Nozell
    Nov 02, 2012 @ 11:17:56

    Those tiger and wolf pictures are a Skinner’s dream and it probability why the raw leather market is flooded and cheap right now

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