Oct 19th 2009 11:30AM Some of the nagas, if you pick pocket them, drop "shiny dingle hoppers". I'll let you guess what the icon looks like =)
Oct 19th 2009 11:23AM Also you can obtain "Mudder's Milk" from brewfest. And the caption on the bottom of the firefly pet says like "She's still flying".
Sep 21st 2009 7:02PM I didn't mean to imply that being an orc means to be hot headed or a blood thirsty beast. The point i was attempting to get at (and must've fallen short of making) was that while Garrosh is still rather immature, due to his hot headedness and lack of experience, he's more likely to bring about honor and glory to the horde through means of combat. While Thrall does endorse this to a certain degree, I believe Garrosh, wish proper guidance, will magnify the War in Warcraft.
Sep 21st 2009 5:26PM I've been playing horde since day 1 five years ago. I'm also a fiend for all things WoW lore. And after 5 years of Thrall's diplomacy and Shammy ways I think it's about time to shake things up. Love Thrall, gotta respect everything he's done for the horde, but the time for hugging problems away is over. Deathwing is going to devastate the world and my guess is that Thrall would have us try to talk to the aspects and negotiate with the baddies. Garrosh is going to say "Uhhhh...LF11,000,000M to walk in there and beat the hell out of that molten fail dragon!".
On a more serious note, the story of Garrosh is far from over. He's one of the most dynamic characters the horde has right now. He's changed and accomplished much within the last few years. Yes he's over confident, aggressive and wants to kill first then ask questions later. But he's an orc...a prime example of what an orc truly is like. And out of the other races I think orcs are best to lead us. Ideally Brox would make the best adviser to Garrosh, but Thrall or Saurfang will be there to make sure he doesn't go bat shit crazy. I'm looking forward to see where he takes us. Either way, he can't be so bad that blizz decides to delete horde as a faction...
Sep 16th 2009 8:32AM Long before TBC, on the day my warlock finished the Infernal quest, my friend wanted to see if he could kill it. It gave him some troubles, and in jest he suggested we find out how many lowbies it takes to put the old boy down. We came to the conclusion that Crossroads was the best place to find out (I am horde). Never did I feel more powerful than watching my creation go around and massacre an entire town. I felt kind of bad, but at the same time he was creating such horror and panic that I couldn't breath between my bouts of gut busting laughter. Eventually I stepped in, but man...all those dead NPC's and mountains of lowbie skeletons was well worth it.