All Things Azeroth #112 – Martin Fury One-Shots WoW

All Things Azeroth, your World of Warcraft Podcast returns with episode 112, where Medros and Graece talk about the Karatechop, who redefined One shot in World of Warcraft, the upcoming 3.1.2 changes, and Kids ruining battlegrounds in all new, and creative ways.

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2 Responses to All Things Azeroth #112 – Martin Fury One-Shots WoW

  1. Schmidt says:

    It’s Blizzard’s fault as well. In the first place, the gear won’t just appear on his guildmate’s inventory if they didn’t sent it. Karatechop’s fault is that he didn’t informed Blizzard asap. But to permanently ban him is a bit unfair. Just imagine, all his gears, world of warcraft gold, mounts going all down the drain because of this incident. A temporary ban is justifiable.

  2. Jenazpod says:

    Loved the “Man of Mystery” sound effect! lol!
    What’s that phrase? “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Something like that. This sums up what I think about the whole thing with Karatechop and Blizzard. I think both sides went overboard on this one.
    ! Ogre Piñata ! !Ole!
    The Children’s Week achievement that involves taking the orphans into the battlegrounds did not seem well thought out. Either the orphan you took into the battleground is now scarred for life, or, it’s a quick way to dispose of Stormwind’s growing orphan problem. ;) Or, perhaps it’s just my evil little mind that thinks that way.
    Great show!

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