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[Updated] Guild Wars 2 Charr plushies on sale now, but you can win one free from Massively! {Massively}

Sep 8th 2011 4:22PM Let me tell you a little story.
While the Charr are not known for their benevolence, there stands one individual in Charr history who defied the norm. His name was Charrlie. He was not ferocious, intimidating, nor fond of a nice game of Doorbell Ditch the Ascalonian Ghost, as his kin were. While his clanmates studied the intricacies of war, Charrlie would steal away to his den and curl up with a good book. This was unusual for a Charr - not just because he was a scholar, but because books were a commodity in the Black Citadel, more often used as toilet paper when supplies were low.
When he had exhausted his supply of reading material, he would often play with his hand-me-down weapons as if they were action figures (as such things did not exist in Charr society). He would reenact great battles in Charr history, pitting the evil Flame Legion shaman chieftain (represented by his short sword) against the mighty Kalla Scorchrazor, embodied by his Red Ryder Rifle (with a compass in the stock).
As Charrlie grew older, he wondered if perhaps other young Charr would enjoy playing with actual toys as he did. Thus, Charrlie decided to start a toy shop. While the business started out rough, its ultimate success came when Charrlie began selling stuffed animals (the first iterations of which were actual animals brought back from the hunt and stuffed with straw). Much the chagrin of Charr parents everywhere, almost every cub in the Citadel came to own one of Charrlie's cuddly creations. The Charr, priding themselves on success and ingenuity, eventually recognized Charrlie's efforts and honored him by stuffing his own corpse when he passed away (Their sense of "honor" is a tad different than our own).
What you have on your hands, Massively, is this very monument. I would much desire to study this specimen and historical figure. For science.

The Queue: What do you mean there's an octopus on my face? {WoW}

Dec 17th 2010 1:57PM Between this problem and the herb nodes found floating several yards off of the ground (and thus unreachable), Twilight Highlands has become the bane of my flower-picking Tauren. T_T

Phat Loot Phriday: Gloves of Unmitigated Badassery {WoW}

Aug 7th 2010 4:04AM Genius.
I would obtain that belt, then make a macro whenever my gryphon lands that says, "Hello everyone, I am here," then greet everyone warmly.

Win a pony from WoW.com {WoW}

Apr 15th 2010 6:04PM Wow.com promised me a space pony.

Leave a comment, win fabulous prizes! {WoW}

Mar 30th 2010 7:13PM I are commenting!

The Queue: A slap in the face! {WoW}

Mar 22nd 2010 2:10PM If you've ever leveled through Durotar and the Barrens (and even if you haven't), I strongly recommend Dusk's "You Awaken in Razor Hill." It's a text-based adventure done entirely on the forums using other posters' comments. One of the greatest things I've ever read.

http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=20677329926&sid=1&pageNo=1

World of WarCrafts: Mixing it up with MrVoletron {WoW}

Feb 22nd 2010 4:14PM I'm assuming that 30-second clip of the music video for the Deconstructor remix that Baron Soosdon is apparently doing is the one found in Soosdon's video "Sex, Gnomes, and Videotape, So, I Went to France"? Watch at about 7:45.

Great video for a great song, imo.

The Twelve Days of Winter Veil: Day eight {WoW}

Dec 26th 2009 3:58PM I'm in!