It was a great birthday present if you ask me 🙂
Drew decided to stay home with me instead of go to karate and because we had massive dinner plans on the weekend I convinced him we should stay home instead of going out. We did raid, which was also an awesome birthday idea and to top it off we killed coven, the last missing boss in my set.
Now to start on mythic…LOL NOT!
I also got a birthday cake during the raid which was super nice of Michael. It was very delicious. Ben wanted to be in the picture 🙂
We had friends joining us from different guilds again and it was really nice to be clearing content. I told the team we had to kill coven as my bday present, maybe that gave them the extra boost to get it done. LOL because yeah – I am simply that important!
It was pretty funny actually we had a couple of deaths towards the end and Nelly was “ehh just wipe it up guys” and (I have no idea who) someone said “but they are almost dead you sure you want to wipe?”. Poor Nelly was so focused on bars and green swishes with little pink flowers she didn’t realise how close we were to killing it.
I also like to say that I save Shaetano’s life by realising they were on the fire boss. I was wondering how they managed to get her instead of Brian so was sort of just staring at the flames from across the room until my brain finally clicked that I needed to go and help! ahahah I think I even said on voice “hrmm, why do you have the fire one?” then proceeded to stand there for a little longer doing nothing. It was pretty stupid of me. Swapping went beautifully and all was well. We survived and I got my boss kill set.
It made me wonder what else I could clear on my druid for the sets. Far too many imho.
So I might start working on my mage instead 🙂 I have to finish Heroic Trial of the crusader – weirdly I am sure I have done so many times, Sunwell and Siege of Org in heroic – then all of the below. Then by the time BfA comes out I can start on the legion dungeons. Some of the below I can get completed in one week I think. Except the LFR’s right – no way to go back and do them now sadly.