Topic 21 for Z and Cinder’s Blog challenge is: What’s in your Warcraft bags?
On all of twelve alts my pattern is more or less the same. I will show an example – the almost perfect bag space, presented by my priest Aurinko (say “hi” to our guests).
Bag #1 would be backpack of course.
Here I put all the most important means of travel and buff items – everything that stays for long. Hearthstones, vrykul grappling hook, whistle – are travel options. Flasks and runes just stack here, I may or may not use them in LFR, anyways they’re piled here. Also artifact weapons.
Bag #2 is of course a hexweave bag. Here I pile consumables and everything that comes via quests and missions – everything of operation. It could be even cleaner. I need to sell those two bags at AH, sell to vendor this undergeared trinket, sell to vendor or send to my leatherworkers those claws. A quest item for Tomb of Sargeras awaits completion, and tokens of Darkmoon must be thrown away.
Anyways, items pile by themselves here during my activities, and I try to clean up after every activity: after I finished a raid run, did an emissary WQ streak or whatever.
Bag #3 serves as a prolongation of bag #2, so the upper space is clear. For the lower parts I’ve put treasure maps, and it’s also where I pile important things that I need to keep a quick track of: all spare legendary items (and gear to replace them), Sentinax beacons, first aid kits. Those goblin gliders are here by accident, they should be in the backpack.
Bag #4 for my toons is always a specialized profession bag, so all profession mats drop here by default. Aurinko is an engineer, so her box is very crammed.
Bag #5 is always a Pandaren fridge. The food stacks itself, and I’m eating little, so when there’s a sudden cooking rush, I sell away the whole stacks afterwards.