Category Archives: Editorial/Opinion

Review: Book of Tyrael

First, let me thank Blizzard for sending me a review copy of Book of Tyrael. If you have read the Book of Cain, this book and it’s format will be a very familiar sight to you. Laid out very similarly … Continue reading

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All Things Azeroth #363 – Spoilers of War

All Things Azeroth, your World of Warcraft Podcast, is back as Medros and Rho are joined by Necroxis of But Wait There’s Lore to talk about the events of 5.4, the cinematics and lore involved, the blizzcon virtual ticket, and … Continue reading

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Review: Bloodsworn

First, thank you to the Blizzard PR department for sending me a review copy, as well as others for Rho and a giveaway. Bloodsworn was a very entertaining read, even as a member of the Alliance. I will admit that … Continue reading

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The Blizzard Store: The First Sign of F2P?

Guest Post World of Warcraft’s competitors continue evolving to keep up with the times, but WoW steadfastly refuses to convert to the free-to-play model. Even though major competitors like SWTOR, Rift and Tara have all seen their revenues jump after … Continue reading

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Review: Vol’jin: Shadows of the Horde

Join us as Medros and Rho discuss the new novel, Vol’jin: Shadows of the Horde, written by Michael A. Stackpole. This is a very different review style, and we hope you like it. Look for a review of Dawn of … Continue reading

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Review: World of Warcraft Dark Riders

The Dark Riders of Deadwind Pass have been part of WoW from the very launch of the game, and their lack of resolution and answers have only built the myth of the Dark Riders up to the point of legend. … Continue reading

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Runes To Require Less Lesser Charms

Early in the afternoon the official Patch 5.3 PTR Notes were updated with a number of changes aimed at shortening the grind required in various aspects of the game. Just hours later, a post from Community Manager Bashiok indicated that … Continue reading

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How Expansions are Remembered

With Blizzcon recently announced as coming November 8th and 9th, and the hope and expectation of an announcement of the next expansion to WoW, I was thinking back to the past, and present expansions to WoW, and what they might … Continue reading

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What’s Their Story: Crafting Dialogue by Observation

I was taking a break from playing my Druid who just hit 90 not too long ago, and was sitting in the inn at Halfhill. The Lazy Turnip is a busy place, with player characters coming and going, as people … Continue reading

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Questionable Quests: Morals in Warcraft

In eight years of playing WoW, there have been many different quests.. Most comically legendary is the many flavors of poop quest, where we have to obtain items from a variety of sources, all of which seem to be poop, … Continue reading

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