I believe it was Cymre who sent me scurrying to Luo Luo to hug him, and love him, and squeeze him, and.... And low and behold, the Magic Bamboo Shoot appeared in Frost's bag. I'd just made her buy a little panda companion from the Auction House, and named him Kashi.
This morning, I was having a conversation with a guildie about Royal Satchels and bank space. Here's how this post was finally inspired, as many people ask me this exact question...
Hoarders: Buried Alive, WoW Edition.
Anoukisse's personal bank space and bags.
Incidentally, there's an entire 26-slot bag in my carry-on that is currently empty. Also, in the carry-on, there is Anou's current raid gear, since she is wearing an "around-town" outfit at the moment I took this screenshot. Lastly, as you can see, in the rep bank-bag Anou has 4 almost complete stacks of Seething Embers for the Legendary staff quest chain from Cataclysm. Soon, very soon, I shall have four empty slots to shove more outfits into. ;)
I couldn't resist. Not sure if you noticed these guys building the translocation orb over at the new Horde base on the Isle of Thunder? Notice she is still trying to figure out the next step and he's just taking a hammer to it...
Kuiper somehow learned of a kind of glitch that let Horde players fly into The Silver Enclave (the Alliance-only Inn) in Dalaran without being stunned and chucked out by the guards. Once I managed to get in, Anou brought out a warlock portal and started summoning interested parties.
We had a grand old time mounting our mammoths in their tiny foyer, dancing, and all other manner of entertaining stuff to tease them unmercifully. (We are Horde you know, and Savage to boot! It is our Thrall-given right to do this!)
The poor Alliance players could only stand there and stare, and the more clever ones resorted to flapping their arms and clucking like chickens, with the intention of provoking us but really, they only managed to look... worse. >:)
Long live the Horde! Long live Savage Darkness! Long live Kuiper's sense of exploration!
Have you done the Chee-Chee rep grind? He's the Tillers' monkey friend.
After I don't know how many times Octavien went looking for Chee-Chee's adventurous Sheepie, today would be the last day he'd find him. Awww. QQ (No, really, I'm sad.)
That's one flat lamb.
So, the evil Hozen from the mountain got him, and Chee-Chee was desperate for revenge when Octavien brought him the bitter news. Off our hero went again, to slay eight villainous Hozen, and returned to Chee-Chee triumphant. The ape took his time and penned a letter to Octavien, his new best friend, and here's how it went...
Yes, I keep a tidy mailbox.
"Don't ask where the leather came from." Yikes.
Aaaaaaanyway. Octavien now has sheep on his farm courtesy of the primate. Now, who do I need to talk to to get the farmhouse tidied up?