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12-14-2009 @ 6:09PM
Ahem. A message from the Mages, "Whatever, we're awesome."
12-14-2009 @ 6:14PM
Ahem. A reply from the warlocks, "As Warlocks, (as so wonderfully described in the article) are equal to or greater than mages, thus, we must be even more awsome than described above."
12-14-2009 @ 6:18PM
ahem, a reply from the mages to the reply from the warlocks to the relpy from the mages:"nah bro, you're like bondage pants wearing, badly dyed black hair with a single pink/beach blond stripe, Jack Skellington drawn-on tattoo goth kids of Warcraft."but it's okay! because mages are the nerds who eat lunch in the library to catch up on their studies.
12-14-2009 @ 8:53PM
Let me tell you a story.There once was a young man named Billy Madison. His father ran a powerful hotel chain, and wanted his son to run it after he retired. His father's evil partner, Eric, was a douchebag, and wanted to run the company for himself.The problem was, Billy had never gotten an education. He'd skated by in school on his father's wealth and reputation, and in order to prove him self worthy to run Madison Hotels, he struck a crazy bargain with his father. He would go back to school and pass 1st grade through 12th, graduate on his own merit, and demonstrate that he was just as capable of running the company as Eric.Wacky hijinks ensued. Norm Macdonald and Chris Farley were prominently involved. Steve Buscemi wore lipstick. Veronica Vaughn was, as we all are aware, a fine piece of ass. Everything culminated in a final academic contest between Eric and Billy in the high school auditorium.At the climax of this contest, Billy delivered a rousing speech comparing a puppy to the industrial revolution. The high school principal then stood and said the following, which I will of course adapt slightly and direct at our fearless, if slightly misguided warlock columnist:"Mr. Hobbs, what you have just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."Ahem.Warlocks suck.Sincerely,Archmage Pants
12-14-2009 @ 9:53PM
You know the best part of warlocks? We can steal your soul.If only we could use mage-tears instead... Much easier to get.
12-14-2009 @ 10:43PM
I believe Mr. Archmage Pants conveniently forgets the rest of the Billy Madison story, as is so often the case with mages. You see, in the end it is Billy Madison who gets the company, gets the girl, and gets the job of his choosing. Meanwhile, the High School principal who did nothing but QQ Billy Madison ended up just that, a High School principal that nobody liked. Just today. In this column.Buh Bye(QQ is a Mage's most-used spell, placed in at least 3 spots in their cast bar, and is forcing me to consider calling them Maqqes).
12-14-2009 @ 11:13PM
All hail the awesome Mage that is mr. Christian Belt a..ka. Archmage Pants! (awesome, simply awesome)
12-14-2009 @ 11:49PM
Oh, and by the way, "Insipid Half-baked Arcanists Throwing Emo-fits at Warlocks Although Really Lamenting their Own Character's Known Sadness" still spells IHATEWARLOCKS. You've been counterspelled.
12-15-2009 @ 1:31AM
im afraid you've mistaken Mr Hobbs' intent my good mageit is suposed to still say IHATEWARLOCKS, but it shows that mages hate warlocks because in reality they know that they themselves arre what they clam warlocks to be.... emo crybabies.if you check your combat log you will see that Hobbs has resisted your counterspell and just used his felpuppy to devour all your buffs
12-15-2009 @ 2:59AM
"It was like some kind of idiot convention, and I was the keynote speaker."~ Archmage Pantshttp://www.wow.com/2009/12/12/arcane-brilliance-how-to-be-a-good-pug-mage/
12-15-2009 @ 7:10AM
Ahem,Yes, mages are purely awesome, one of their specs includes as many as 2(sic!) buttons in their rotation. "Here, Johnny, press this button four times, then press that other one over there once, then repeat. Good boy. Now nobody's gonna ROFL on you like when you were a ret pally"./salute to Mr. Hobbs and all of our brothers in shadow from semi-transparent purple priests. =)
12-15-2009 @ 10:33AM
I would like to propose marriage to Christian Belt aka Archmage Pants for the best comment ever written in the history of WoW.com.
1-31-2010 @ 3:42PM
Let us all examine the kinship of thy twirly-fingered, spell flinging brethren.Warlocks- Seeing we're all in the land of warlocks, let us start with them as not to forget by the end of this post. Our evil, demonic brothers and sisters of shadow and flame all require the assistance of their little pets that they chauffeur around. They can utilize their famous DoT's, turn into a demon themselves, or can pose to be their superiors: The mage.Priests- The wielders of holy light, and shadow. They have a little minion of shadow that they obviously were blessed with from their encounters with their evil kin. They tend to be healers, yet have a bit of warlock in them for some choose to wear black, use shadowy stuff, and do other wierd things. Whatever.Mages- Aha, finally. We are true to ourselves; Arcane, Fire, and Frost all origional, and nothing taken from the shadow (lol). Although we posess the most overpowered heal created (we should be able to cast it on allys), and mana shield which would also be overpowered if cast on an enemy. However, we mages like to freeze stuff , set everything on fire and blow everything all to hell, or manipulate people through arcane and send a trainwreck your way when the cd's and procs are up.I could just be partial to mages or something... "Insipid Half-baked Arcanists Throwing Emo-fits at Warlocks Although Really Lamenting their Own Character's Known Sadness."- /lifetap and sit in emo cornerMage for life.
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