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  • Throwback Thursday – Ammunition

    Arrows and bullets. Does anyone remember those? I don’t, because I didn’t start playing WoW until the very end of Cataclysm. Yes, before Deathwing stormed across the world, hunters had to use ammunition for their ranged […]

  • Postcards from Azeroth – Isle of Quel’Danas

    Isle of Quel’Danas This small island lying to the north of Silvermoon City plays host to the famous Sunwell, oft mentioned in the phrase ‘Remember the Sunwell!’ It is very roughly triangular, with a large […]

  • Repping with Leashes – Karazhan and the Violet Eye

    Karazhan & the Violet Eye This time we’ll do something slightly different with Repping with Leashes. We’ve done the Sporeggar and the Sha’tari Skyguard. There actually aren’t that many factions in Burning Crusade content that offer […]

  • Tiny Terrors – Mirecroak

    Tiny Terrors – Mirecroak Hello again! Hope you are all doing well and surviving the non-stop period of craziness that is known as the holiday season. Thanksgiving has come and gone, and soon Christmas and […]

  • Postcards from Azeroth – Dalaran

    Floating majestically above the Crystalsong Forest, the city of Dalaran is possibly Azeroth’s finest city. Its tall spires soar into the sky, affording spectacular views of Icecrown, the Storm Peaks and Dragonblight. One might find […]

  • Throwback Thursday – December 17, 2015

    Hello hello! This week we’re going way back, to the first few months of World of Warcraft. Would you believe that, when the game launched, you couldn’t turn off your helm or cloak graphics? Seems […]

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