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Know Your Lore: Cenarius, Malorne, and Ysera {WoW}

Jul 17th 2011 10:16PM As much as this thought is interesting and amusing, I don't really think that there would be anything to rebuild on. The reply code omega includes eradication of the planet's corrupted life support. That means that every tree, all the water, the atmosphere, all the animals, probably the connections to elements and maybe even the timeline of Azeroth itself (Nozdormu (or whoever is the leader of Infinite dragonflight) would just go Chuck Norris over the whole history of the world leading to this point, trying to fix it) would be destroyed along the old gods and Deathwing. A high price for a deed that seems more and more possible to be done on our own...

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

Jan 5th 2011 12:59PM My first character's name was Gorocz, the name is made by putting together my usual nickname Goro, with my country iso code (and tld) CZ. Looking back at it, it wasn't such a good choice. Lots of people on my first server (which was cz exclusive) were making fun of cz in people's names, but as it is a nearly 4 years old char, I didn't know better.
I made a few alts in TBC, which were all based on Goro (like Gorodin, Goromir, Gorina)
Then my dk's name (that i started with the beggining of WotLK) was just silly (Terror in czech, people were making fun of it too, but at the time people started to recognize me, so it was okay).
The best of my characters' names is probably my Night Elf Druid - Gelune. Apart from obvious fact that it starts with G (which is for Goro) and continues with Night Elven godess Elune, it also contains Gelu, my favorite elven hero from one of my most favorite pc games, Heroes of Might and Magic 3.
The character that I play now, an Orcish Warrior, is Gorrag. It describes that it is my (Gor-) warrior (-rag) and it sounds orcish too...