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Breakfast Topic: What was your first world drop epic? {WoW}

Feb 26th 2012 1:22PM Krol Blade off a dark iron dwarf in Searing Gorge.

Breakfast Topic: Who's the new star of the expansion? {WoW}

Jan 26th 2012 8:33AM That was in reference to Myra Stormcaller, btw. Comments bugged out on me and stuck this down at the end for some reason.

Breakfast Topic: Who's the new star of the expansion? {WoW}

Jan 26th 2012 8:31AM Doesn't she actually drop him in the engine at the end, after he mentions the Council? The meaty gobbets flying everywhere weren't an illusion, I don't think. Not that I'm upset, just saying.

The aesthetic consequences of new character models {WoW}

Jan 23rd 2012 8:10PM Brain Bleach Alert! Brain Bleach Alert!

5 creepy Outland locations for roleplaying evil misdeeds {WoW}

Jan 23rd 2012 9:43AM Since it didn't make the list (though the Altar did), Shadowmoon Valley also has that group of Arakkoa spirits in the south summoning the baby Old God or whatever it is. That'd make a good backdrop for evil plotting too, if you don't mind a bit of ghostbusting every now and then.

The Queue: I said no, Julia {WoW}

Jan 16th 2012 11:36AM If I had to pick one, I'd say the Dwarves. There's no way every dwarf alive is cool with the Council of Three Hammers, and I don't just mean the Dark Irons. A good chunk of the DIs, yeah, but even some of the Bronzebeard and Wildhammer tribes might be angry enough with the Alliance to go try the grass on the other side of the fence.

The Queue: Here, have another cat {WoW}

Jan 9th 2012 1:27PM The area around the Trade District Auction house is pretty close as well, though you have to go further for repairs (weapon shop in the square).

Breakfast Topic: What's your naming methodology? {WoW}

Jan 9th 2012 10:14AM My naming scheme actually comes from the first MMO I played, before WoW - a crappy freemium game called Knight Online. I can't remember what the character was, but I had tried to name him 'Ferdinand', but slipped up and ended with 'Fredinand'. So when I joined WoW, my first toon (a warlock) was named Fredinand as well, and since then every character I make has 'Fred' somewhere in their name, with a sub-theme of alliteration - Furfacedfred (worgen), Fourfootfred (Goblin), Kungfufred (Monk, eventually).

Guild champions volunteer spirit beyond the borders of Azeroth {WoW}

Jan 6th 2012 11:40AM "All the while we are handing out stuff, we also stay in character and roleplay with them, proving that not all roleplay on Moon Guard is ... well ... you know. "

I LOLed. It's true, and good to see, but still amusing.