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WRUP: Why the ugly face? {WoW}

Aug 26th 2011 8:07PM *shudder*

-Unchecks 'Hide Helm'-

Patch 4.3 preview: The all-new Darkmoon Faire {WoW}

Aug 25th 2011 2:50PM Wait a minute...

Silas Darkmoon
Sas ar
+another R


The Daily Quest: Dark Lady watch over you {WoW}

Aug 15th 2011 4:46PM I can't quantify why but this comment raises my hackles for some reason. I feel the only response I can politely muster is 'oh my god shut up.'

Drama Mamas: Rivals for love {WoW}

Jul 29th 2011 1:24PM Pshh, Lolegolas is a one-man show! Er, one-Orc show maybe?

PS yay for the Chili Peppers

WoW Moviewatch: What Would Warchief Garrosh Do? {WoW}

Jul 29th 2011 12:51PM I'd honestly say that sounds like a stretch at best. It's just a good machinima.

Gold Capped: Cashing in on the Molten Front {WoW}

Jul 25th 2011 3:32PM For the sake of it, I had just completed AessIna's Miracle this last weekend on my main and I was able to get enough Marks to open the Front quest hub only about an hour later. I'm not sure if that was intended or if I just got lucky.

Also, as a Tailoring Engineer, I'm not terribly thrilled with the potential rewards after almost a month of dailies. The cash and achievements are nice though.

Know Your Lore: Lore 101 -- How to fold a Tinfoil Hat {WoW}

Jul 24th 2011 9:16PM In regards to the whole 'Elune = Naaru' possibility, are there really that many people all up in arms at the possibility? I mean, with all due respect, the arguable fraction of players that get genuinely get immersed within the lore haven't been terribly vocal in opposing the idea.

I personally think it's a perfectly viable solution. In fact, I had considered some bizarre joining of Elune as a Naaru being directly connected to the Emerald Dream, possibly as interdimensional jumpers and using the Scythe of Elune that brought the Worgen over into the Azerothian realm as proof. I mean, the Naaru hate the Burning Legion so helping the mortals makes sense in that context.

Also, wouldn't it be wild if the Scythe was a -piece- of a Naaru? Like their physical forms are what creates these rifts between dimensions, hence the Dark Riders mentioned in Duskwood looking for it. Perhaps Burning Legion workers or sympathizers...

Oh god, long winded and confusing. Apologies.

/swigs more beer

Shifting Perspectives: Developer Q&A touches on resto druid issues {WoW}

Jul 20th 2011 3:52PM Curses, Allison! Between you and the Lore columnists, I'm popping out the Ol' Mirriam-Webster more often than I did in high school.

Thank you for expanding my vocabulary. : D

*Bear Hugs*

Meet the Bloggers: Basil "Euripides" Berntsen {WoW}

Jul 20th 2011 3:39PM It helps to kinda quote the truthiness when you're 'quoting for truth'.

Since, you know, you're quoting it. For truth.

Two Bosses Enter: Ozruk wins Cataclysm Season 1 {WoW}

Jul 4th 2011 7:35PM As the weary paladin led the wayward rogue out by the scruff of her neck, all was still within the Records Chamber. For a moment, at least.

From behind one of the stone pillars emerged a Camouflaged Troll Hunter who had witnessed the entire incident. He shook his head and chuckled.

"I dunno what joo be t'inkin leavin' dat dodderin' old man in charge around heah, Ovahlord Ziebart. No mattah, dis will be a piece o' cake."

He nodded to his faithful fox pet to maintain guard at the door as he strolled up to the pedestal of the Bracket Records and ran a long green finger over the Seal of the Silver Hand.

"Joo thought it was so clevah, lettin' dat rogue run wild in de last Season, includin' dat jinxed Cardboard freak." He muttered. "Dat be bad voodoo, friend. You want to let de readahs decide? Dis be your own undoin', mon."

He unsheathed a dagger from his haggard belt, and with a silent resolve pricked a fingertip. Blood ran just freely enough to etch a name onto the paper. He stood back for a moment, savoring this small possibility of vengeance.

"Fair warnin', mon. Nobody outtrolls a Troll." Mere seconds later, any trace of him and the fox were gone.

On the paper lay the name, still wet and fresh. A small trickle started down the page, leaving a darkened sickly green trail. A single word that the Troll was almost certain would bring the entire competition to its knees, even if Deathwing himself were allowed to compete.