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The Queue: Worgen Freeman {WoW}

Aug 18th 2010 11:13AM I will be so happy if the quest line for each area matches up your armor into a set that looks the same. I'm tired of having a purple hat, a green cape and an orange chest piece, despite looking like pimp.

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Buff(ing) for BlizzCon: Raid preparation {WoW}

Jul 4th 2010 1:50AM Dameblanche hit it right on - commercial and designer iced tea is pretty bad for you, and can have the effects that you describe. It also usually has High Fructose Corn Syrup which I believe masks your bodies indication that it is full, which can lead to weight gain. Fresh brewed tea is rich in antioxidants and really makes you feel happy, especially if you don't load it down with milk (extra fat and calories) and sugar (extra sugar that can lead to weight gain). I have a few favorites that taste great sugarless and milkless that I get from It's not dirt cheap but it's also not financially gutting. Expect to pay 40-60 cents a cup on the high grade tea (how much do you get 60 cents at starbucks?) and 10-20 on the lower grade stuff like Earl Grey. My two staples aside from an herbal blend of Chamomile, Lemongrass and Peppermint are Golden Yunnan, a peppery chinese black tea and Jasmine (Jasmine #12 or Jasmine Pearls). These are both on the higher grade and more expensive side but you're still getting more for your money than a cup of Tazo at starbucks.

TLDR; I highly suggest real, fresh brewed tea over grocery store brand sugar tea!

Guest Post: Top 10 opportunities to go AFK in raids {WoW}

Jul 3rd 2010 4:16PM I wonder if he's related to Zak

Win a copy of "The Guild Leader's Handbook" by Scott Andrews {WoW}

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15 Minutes of Fame: The Guild's Michele Boyd {WoW}

May 11th 2010 3:19PM A MUD player... and I thought I was the only one who used to play those... reacts to Cataclysm raid changes, page 2 {WoW}

Apr 28th 2010 11:28PM I'm on the fence about the change. On the one hand, it will be annoying to run be able to run 10s and 25s of the same raid like I do now (10 man in my guild, 25 by invite to a large group of friends run by friends, not a guild) but on the other hand, I think this will actually make 25 mans more competitive and a bigger deal.

We all complained about how the hardcore is gone. Well Blizzard has made 10 mans SO accessible that a large majority of players will do them, and therefore NOT 25s. That will leave the achievements up to the guilds that CAN manage to organize their two groups of 10 that hit 85 at different times and CAN manage gearing up without gimping their 25 man progress. 25s will actually be something to be proud of again, perhaps even something to brag about! I see a lot of people complaining that it takes the hardcore out, but I'm not buying it. I think my guild will be a beacon on my server because we CAN manage gearing 25 people with this new lockout system, and we CAN progress.