Reading With Leashes

Random Reads

  • Throwback Thursday – Dr. Weavil

    Dr. Weavil What do you get when you combine a very belated April Fools joke and a look back at history? You get this: the strange story of Dr. Weavil. Once upon a time, there […]

  • Postcards from Azeroth – Silithus

    Silithus Doctor: I’m afraid I have some bad news for you. I reckon you have about six months to live. Patient: Is there anything I can do? Doctor: Start playing World of Warcraft, and grind […]

  • Postcards from Azeroth – Quel’Thalas

    Quel’Thalas In lore, Quel’Thalas is where the high elves set up shop. In World of Warcraft, however, Quel’Thalas is a small region of land nestled between the Ghostlands to the north, Eastern Plaguelands to the south […]

  • Happy Catfish Day!

    Happy Caturday! Today is National Catfish Day! Also, some other upcoming real-world holidays are: June 29: Hug Holiday – be sure to give someone a hug! Here in the US we have Independence Day (July […]

  • The Great Masquerade

    The Great Masquerade This article is about the pre-WotLK quest chain to expose Katrana Prestor. For the quest that grants you the ability to mingle in disguise with the Highborne in Suramar City until you […]

  • Repping with Leashes, Special Edition – The Kalu’ak: Part II

    Editor’s note: Welcome to a special edition of “Repping with Leashes”! Normally this will be a once a month feature, but this month you get an extra article! Enjoy! Click here for The Kalu’ak: Part […]

Donate to A3

Did you know that A3 has bills? It’s true! A3 has monthly and yearly bills related to the cost of operating the Agency. We earn some funds from ads on the site but most of A3’s operating costs are paid out of pocket. Operating costs are the costs required to run the community – these do not include the costs of sponsoring giveaways. A3 is a volunteer operated project and we need the help of our members to keep the site online.

Currently, only about 4% of our members have contributed to assist with operating costs. 1% of our members have contributed more than once. A few spare dollars here and there can go a long way! Donations are accepted through PayPal. A PayPal account is not required to donate. For more information about donating you can read the Can I help the Agency financially? F.A.Q.