2022 was… well, it was certainly a year. It didn’t have the apocalyptic awfulness of 2020 or the confused energy of 2021. 2022 had some good parts and some terrible parts, but for a lot of us the year just kind of happened.
It was a calmer year for the two of us, being finally settled in our new home. We haven’t done a top five post in the last few years, but now that 2022 is coming to a close, we thought we’d have a look at what you guys have been looking at here.
Here are our posts from 2022 that got the most views this year:
- World of Warcraft Dragonflight Talent Calculator. Eppu posted a link to Wowhead’s talent calculator in the run-up to Dragonflight along with some of her own thoughts, and it looks like a lot of you found that helpful.
- Blood Elf Protection Paladin Transmog. Erik’s flashy paladin transmog got some views.
- Gold and Silver in Fantasy Coinage. Erik wrote about why gold and silver make historical sense for coinage in a fantasy setting.
- Fine Art as a Three-in-One Quilt. Eppu shared an amazing piece of textile art that has to be seen to be believed.
- Ukraine Is at War, and I’m Not Okay. Eppu’s heartfelt post about how one of the year’s worst stories touches her as a Finn.
The most viewed posts overall this year also include some older posts. Here’s the all-time Co-Geeking posts that got the most views this past year:
- Testing Witches with Water. A lot of you are still really interested in how (or how not to) determine if someone is a witch; this post from 2019 still gets a lot of views.
- Race in Antiquity: Skin Color. A post from 2018 about an important topic: looking for evidence of racial diversity in the ancient Mediterranean.
- Race in Antiquity: Who Were the Romans? Another 2018 historical post about coming to terms with the complexities of identity in the Roman world.
- World of Warcraft Dragonflight Talent Calculator. This 2022 post got a lot of traction this year!
- A Striking Greek Gods Photoshoot. A post from 2020 celebrating some beautiful design and photography.
That’s our last word for 2022. Thanks, everyone, for being with us this year. We’ll see you in the next one!
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