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Phat Loot Phriday: Zin'rokh, Destroyer of Worlds {WoW}

Dec 17th 2010 6:22PM It belongs in a museum!

The Queue: Aaaaaaaaaaa {WoW}

Dec 5th 2010 5:18PM Good Ol' Question for the Good Ol' Queue:

Are any of the other Dragonflights active in the fight against Deathwing? More specifically, the Red Dragonflight; you would think having their sanctum broken into and having Alexstrasa's brother wrecking the world should have them present?

The Queue: Don't care {WoW}

Dec 4th 2010 1:49PM When you look out the window, do you normally see cars on the freeway driving at light-speed?

Literal Cataclysm cinematic trailer {WoW}

Nov 25th 2010 2:16PM I hate to say this, but that was fantastic.

Breakfast Topic: What's your most memorable moment of amazement? {WoW}

Oct 21st 2010 8:17AM When I first stepped into Orgrimmar. I started as an Undead Warlock, and quested through most of Tirisfal Glades and some into Silverpine Forest. I have been to Undercity, but overall I wasn't very blown away. It was tightly packed together, it has a weird shape and I got lost all the time. My brother then started playing a bit after me, he messages me saying, "I'm on a Zeppelin to Undercity" and that just blew my mind. He was a Tauren, so he should have started somewhere on the other continent. And a zeppelin? What the heck is a zeppelin? I run outside to see this Tauren fall from the sky and die. After a laughing fit, I ask how he got here, and we go up the zeppelin tower, and there it is. A ship that can sail on the clouds! One capable of bringing me to lands so far away! At that moment I think I finally realized how big this world I stepped into really is. I first thought it was rather small, judging by how I easily ran through the starting zone in under an hour.

But it got better once I arrived at Orgrimmar. I. was. in. awe. I stared up at the massive gates, walked inside and my mind was blown to smithereens. There were more players here then I have ever seen in my life! Players wielding epic gear, rare mounts and other exciting treasures! And running through the entire city I could see so many interactions of players, so many new sights! The entire time I didn't even know there was a trade chat, so maybe that helped a bit. But it was amazing, there were so many new things to see and do in this new land other then my boring old homeland of Tirisfal. Heck, I actually think I did the Orc starting quests when I didn't know that greyed out quests granted no experience.

Cataclysm cinematic now available {WoW}

Oct 17th 2010 5:32PM This can't be right! It was supposed to be raining blood, and where's the giant gnome? And why didn't he get punched in the face by a dwarf?

All in all, I love it. It's beautiful, lore centered, shows how I would want to world to end. The Wrath cinematic wins by just a hair because I personally liked Terenas's a little speech more and the scene of Sindragosa flying over the army of the undead is more memorable.

Breakfast Topic: What will you miss most from the Wrath era? {WoW}

Sep 30th 2010 8:07AM I'll miss the music. Listening through Cataclysms soundtrack, it's not to bad, but nothing really stands out except for "The Shattering" but Wrath's soundtrack was just absolutely incredible. I remember first entereing Howling Fjord and being greeted by a soft hum, followed a calm tone that really set the scene. Grizzly Hills music as well is also very calming, sometimes I would just done my fishing gear, turn up the sound and spend the day in Grizzly Hills. I'll be damned if Wrath didn't have the best soundtrack out of all the expansions.

Blizzard updates Under Development page with patch 4.0.1 details {WoW}

Sep 28th 2010 10:09PM The end is nigh! We must hide our kids, hide our wifes and hide our husbands!