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Player blasts free from overweight gamer stereotype {WoW}

Dec 1st 2011 7:43PM Congrats sir!

I myself started a weightloss journey in February of 2010. Since then I'm down 130lbs and still playing WoW (though I did take a break due to being bored of the game).

Kudos to you and here's to keeping it off!

GuildOx shares the most popular Alliance and Horde names by race, page 2 {WoW}

Nov 7th 2011 7:15PM I personally love my trolls named "neardabeach", "feeldarhythm" and "feeldarhyme"

Foo Fighters to rock the house at BlizzCon 2011 {WoW}

Sep 28th 2011 12:30PM Dave Grohl is part of the Foo Fighters -.-

Breakfast Topic: What was your first raid experience? {WoW}

Sep 24th 2011 6:23PM Some of the first raiding I did was on things like Araj the Summoner and Strat/Scholo when they were really tough (and you could form a raid group).

Breakfast Topic: That longing feeling {WoW}

Sep 1st 2011 9:41AM I started playing November 23rd, 2004. I haven't had that "longing feeling" in a very very long time.

Know Your Lore: The Old Gods part three -- Yogg-Saron {WoW}

Aug 12th 2010 8:11AM This was a very wordy post. (meaning lots of synonyms for other words than I'm used to seeing in your posts). I don't know if you were feeling poetic or what but I liked it :)

So a couple of things to play with.

Firstly, we already know Blizzard has no problem telling us what we do in game is not Warcraft canon. According to Metzen and crew, King Wrynn killed Onyxia, not us as adventurers. It's completely reasonable to assume that in any type of future printed stories, it will be told that Tyr returned to free his brothers and sister and fought back Yogg-Saron. Or any number of reasonable explanations.

The other thing to play with, in relation to why we were able to slay C'thun and Yogg-Saron, is that we as mortals have become far more powerful than any Titan or Old God could have imagined. Our skills and control over the powers at hand have allowed us to grow to a great strength and thus providing us the opportunity to do things the Titans could not. It may seem arrogant to assume we are that strong but it stands to reason that we may actually be.

Great post as always :)

Know Your Lore: The Eternals part three -- the Titans, page 2 {WoW}

Jul 26th 2010 12:03PM Isn't that story about Tyr and his hand where the Order of the Silver Hand got their name from? Seems to make perfect sense to me.