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Lichborne: The iconic death knight look {WoW}

Oct 26th 2011 12:19AM Yeah, I'm looking at that thing and I'm seriously underwhelmed. The spine thing down the backs kind of cool, but who's going to see that underneath a talbard or cloak? Also looking at the helmet makes me realize that with the exception of tier 11, all the death knight tier sets do not cover the mouth. I think that would make DKs look more menacing and mysterious if they would only do that, having the mask become the face and all.

Lichborne: The iconic death knight look {WoW}

Oct 25th 2011 8:57PM Blizzard already has some great death knight armor sets, unfortunately it's all early concept artwork that has yet to make it into the game.

The Queue: Does that movie even exist? Because it should. {WoW}

Jun 21st 2011 2:30PM No, best grey is

Breakfast Topic: Is WoW inherently sexist? {WoW}

May 17th 2011 2:03PM I think the only way to counter all the cheesecake is to have more beefcake. More male armor needs to be minimized to show off muscles upon muscles. Think about Garrosh or the Stormrage brothers and how much skin those guys show.

All the World's a Stage: Orcs and timelines in roleplay {WoW}

May 16th 2011 5:55PM Thrall was an infant when Doomhammer was warchief, so sometime during the second war. That means he was born circa 6 or 8 years after the opening of the dark portal. According to the official timeline (last updated August 7, 2010), World of Warcraft began 25 years after the opening of the dark portal, with each expansion happening one year latter, about 28 for the start of Cataclysm. So, officially, that makes Thrall somewhere between 20 and 22 years old.

All the World's a Stage: Orcs and timelines in roleplay {WoW}

May 16th 2011 4:29AM I disagree with the aspect of your timeline regarding 41-100 year old orcs. First of all, in conflicts with the events of Rise of the Horde. In the story, both Durotan and Draka were children before the Kil'jaeden began corrupting the orcs. Yet, as seen in Lord of the Clans, their child, Thrall, wasn't born until after Ogrim Doomhammer became warchief of the Horde, which took place around the end of the first war. Based on the timeline you gave in this article, Durotan and Draka would have had to be over 120 years old when they conceived Thrall.

Also, you forgot to mention that the Orcs of the old Horde used Warlock magic to force children as young as five to age into adults, around 18ish.

Sneak peek at World of Warcraft comic No. 24 {WoW}

Oct 24th 2009 6:57AM I'm really not one who complains about lore and I actually don't have a problem with 90% of the crap with Med'an. However, I actually felt betrayed when I find out that Garona and Midivh were his parents. Like, catching your girlfriend in bed with another guy betrayed. I'm not a shipper by any means, but I always thought it was painfully obvious the romance between Garona and Khadgar in "The Last Guardian." It's to the point that I would have excepted some convoluted explanation like "Midivh was secretly Khadgar's father and, by extension, Med'an's grandfather," or something like that, just so that Garona and Khadgar could be together.

I know that A) it's only a comic book and B) my opinion doesn't matter, but no matter how many times I remind myself this it just irritates me to no end.