Teahouse Cleaning and Legacy

I’ve been doing some housecleaning in the teahouse and I’ve realized that some pages must be canned due to irrelevance. The Legion pages doesn’t have any bearing on today’s game. But instead of throwing them out the window, I’ve decided to keep them in a new Legacy tab, where I also archived my old Warlords of Draenor pages.


> Legion

> Warlords of Draenor

My blog is a constant work in progress, and I have a whole list of things I want to go through. For example, I want to update every single page for BFA, but also sort out the outdated pages. The standard procedure is that I remove the expansion-specific pages by changing their status from published page to a draft, and then they rest in my archive forever. But now I thought, maybe some people could still have use of all that content, so I’m gonna let it stay published.

The Legion pages have been relocated to my new Legacy menu, where you can also access my old Warlords of Draenor guides. Funny thing, I’ve been scouring my archive from top to bottom and I couldn’t find my old Pandaria pages. I usually always save old pages somewhere, but I couldn’t find any. Then I realized, my blog is not as old as I thought. My first post was back in September 30, 2014. That was two weeks before the release of Warlords of Draenor. And don’t get me wrong, I did a lot of mistweaver theorizing back then, but since I didn’t have the blog, my boyfriend was the only one who heard my rants.

Anyway, I hope the pages can be of some use to you. For example, if you want to do transmog runs and aren’t familiar with the layout, I have maps of many of the instances of WoD. Weirdly enough, a post I did way back about Blackrock Foundry maps has been a really popular post for a really long time. Like, top 5 viewed posts/pages every single day. So I guess there is some interest in maps. You can also browse the archive for a trip down the memory lane and boggle over how ambitious I was about encounter guides back then. It’s good stuff.

There’s so much to do on the blog, but one step at a time!

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