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Breakfast Topic: What's behind your character's name? {WoW}

Jan 5th 2011 3:38PM i love literary names.

my main is Peredhel, also ganked from Tolkien.

i have a Sin'dorei paladin named Manwendil, also from Tolkien, but a character that not many know about/remember because he was minor.

Grantaire is my drunken moocow, named from Les Miserables with the character for him in mind.

Jekyll is my undead hunter with an appropriately-named diseased wolf, Hyde.

i really like literary names and i do often grab ideas from their namesakes for starting points of their characters. it's mostly as a starting point for them and their personalities and i build from there. naming is really important. with my other toons, i do a lot of staring at their finished models and then letting my fingers do the naming. what do they look like? a Zivvix? a Raija? a Canaeli? i'm when i'm pleased with a name/model combo, that's usually when i keep them forever.

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway Day 12: SteelSeries prize pack {WoW}

Jan 2nd 2011 1:09PM smells like delicious!

Drama Mamas: Making a fresh start after an honest mistake {WoW}

Dec 10th 2010 5:14PM i just want to say that i approve of the use of Les Miserables.

Breakfast Topic: What cemented your interest in WoW? {WoW}

Nov 14th 2010 8:20AM the Teldrassil/Darnassus music will hold a special place in my Horde-shaped heart because of the Night Elf that was my first WoW toon. when i went to Sentinels and rolled a Tauren broad, i think the shaman class, the random interaction in Mulgore (learning how to emote and joining my first guild), the music of Mulgore and Thunder Bluff and stepping outside the game to learn more about real life shamanism kinda sealed the deal. i didn't know what i was doing at all but i was having fun.

music is very important to me so i guess the zone music really helped with keeping my interest. also meeting new friends, of course.

Breakfast Topic: Which Cataclysm zone are you most excited about? {WoW}

Nov 8th 2010 9:30AM Uldum, hands down. it makes my ancient Egypt enthusiast heart scream with glee.

Elementals are attacking Azeroth {WoW}

Nov 1st 2010 1:50PM Dear Azeroth,

Illidan was right. I'm not prepared.



Breakfast Topic: Ambassador Jenkins, Bane of The Fallen King {WoW}

Oct 19th 2010 8:11AM the Undying is probably the one i sport the most. i was so proud to be in a raid made up of mostly members of my server's leading Hordeside raiding guild and about one or two other people from different guilds. i consider it better than Kingslayer. it's harder to get. kinda a status symbol or something. >.> "I healed Naxxramas the hard way and only died to the eye stalks."