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4-04-2011 @ 5:38PM
I find it amusing that Mr. Caraway is a part of perhaps the two most entertaining and engrossing feuds on WoW Insider: Blood Pact v. Arcane Brilliance and Spiritual Guidance (Shadow) v. Shifting Perspectives (Boomkin).Perhaps Belt and Van Allen need to join forces? I smell a movie here somewhere.
4-04-2011 @ 5:42PM
But the real question we need to ask is: Where does Rossi's Beard and Sacco's Hair tie into all this?
4-04-2011 @ 5:45PM
To feud with the Beard of Rossi and the Hair of Sacco is to spit into the face of Death and hope to emerge unscathed.Only a fool would dare try.
4-04-2011 @ 5:55PM
"One is the smart-mouthed arcane master!One is the quick-witted shadow wielder!Together they fight the forces of fel and feathers!"...yeah, I'd watch that.
4-04-2011 @ 6:21PM
I'm having a hard time dissociating Tyler from my moonkin man. I have to assume it's like an alt of his. Speaking of the purveyors of nature and arcane damage that come from a class that maintains the earth - now talking about shadow and pain and corruption?? This jungian archetypal juxtaposition is hard to accept.You're doing a good job Tyler, don't get me wrong. I'm just going to have to Mario / Wario you. I dub thee Wyler Waraway. (no allusions to Elmer Fudd are intended)
4-04-2011 @ 8:16PM
Well, if you haven't read the latest WRUP, I highly recomend you do so. Fox has dealt a devistating blow to Caraway that will not soon be forgot. Hardest I have laughed in a while.
4-04-2011 @ 9:34PM
It's hard to say there's still a feud between Blood Pact and Arcane Brilliance when us poor mages are lucky if we get a column every 2 weeks now.
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