Something I learnt about erica_tattoos during this swap. If you say to her that something is nearly impossible, what she will hear is possible with the sacrifice of enough pink experiments.
But first up - the box! When it arrived it was wrapped in so much bubble wrap I literally couldn't even see what colour it was. That sucker was safe! I took to it with a pair of scissors and revealed was this lovely, shiny wig box.
And opened to reveal that it has six slots.
On my birthday one year, I logged in to find Alarm (my main toon) in the dancing troll village - where the trolls are always dancing and partying. It's the Cancun of Azeroth. Except not as easy to get to. Before we got cheap flights in Azeroth, the only way to get there was walljumping. I'm not going to tell you just what happened to Alarm there, or the kind of hangover he had when he woke up because:
And where would we be without some pets and toys.
Grindgear toy gorilla.
Item Level 1.
Use: Unleash your inner ape!"Now with jungle jumping action"
(20 second cooldown)
Item Lvl 70"Just Sludge"
Sell price: 2s50c
And some Dark Moon Faire trading cards. Based of the artwork on the banners around the faire. They should totally introduce this idea into the game. It would be like the nessingwary quests.
And we traded extras for our wow-playing guys. Mine has a rogue as his main.
The pic on the chest is the rogue icon. The rest of the pics are all rogue abilities - sap on the head, pickpocket on the pocket, backstab on the back and kidney shot right in the kidneys. So clever! He'll be lucky if I pass it on to him.
And finally the star of the show!
Here is Alarm.
And here is the amazing doll erica made. Her own pattern. I really thought it was too hard to even consider, but she did a stellar job. The photos aren't brilliant as he's so black. But Hopefully you can see all the sculpting she did of the legs and arms, and the fingers and the tail. Even the exact right hairstyle. Alarm isn't wearing his guild tabard in the screenshot, but the doll Alarm is.
And finally, all together again. It's no wonder my bags are always full.