Episode 3-Who Moved My Matticus?

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me-mini This week, we discuss the freshness of cheese, get a great tip about RSS Feeds, and dive into the World of Matticus. All the while, trying to discover why dwarves don’t seem to have children.


This Week on TN

  • Twisted News of the Week –
  • Hot Topics from the Internether –
    • IArmory
    • A priestly tip
    • Is Your Cheese Fresh
    • How to fight wow Apathy
  • A Blogger tip from one of the many Annas.
  • And this week’s Twisted Blog requires a "World" to do it justice.
    • Headlines from mmo-champion
      • Worldwide Invitational 2008: Careers At Blizzard!
      • Season 4 "2 weeks warning"
      • Arena Tournament Qualifier 1 Winners

General News

Hot Topics from the Nether!

Innervate this!
Dwarf Priest ponders, do priests need to switch out weapons during an innervate?

IArmory looking for Testers.
Salad Fork from Omen of Clarity has developed a new app called, IArmory for the Iphone. He is currently looking for testers. If you would like to be a tester, please go to his site or add him to twitter.

Does WoW Still Move Your Cheese?
Is WoW Still Your Cheese is an excellent post by Big Bear Butt, which raises the question, does WoW still satisfy your gaming needs?

How to Help Fight WoW Apathy

Part Time Druid, wrote and interesting post about how to fight apathy, or how we like to call it, "keeping your cheese fresh."

Blogger Tip of the Week:

In this two-part series, Anna, from Toomanyannas, tells you why RSS Feeds are important. Listen and learn.

Twisted Blog of the Week and Guest-Matticus !

This week, we have Matt from the World of Matticus, graciously answering our questions regarding priests, raids, the weather in BC and why dwarf children are no where to be found.

A prolific blogger, Matt has become one of the net’s premier priest blogs and has recently taken over the priest column at WoW Insider.

See you guys next week, where we hope to have Big Bear Butt and a barrel of beer (hmm, the barrel’s for Bre)

(Opening song "Monster Techno Blues" is preformed by Joe Sibol, provided by podssafeaudio.com)

( Background music, Brobdingnagian Bards – Tolkien (The Hobbit & Lord of the Rings, provided bypodssafeaudio.com)

17 comments to Episode 3-Who Moved My Matticus?

  • Well done yet again. Thanks for an entertaining hour =) (and for all the work that went into it)

  • Personally I call them Boom Turkies.

    I haven’t lost interest in WoW yet, so you could say my cheese is still fresh. When I get bored with it, I start a new character and that really helps. I’ll either level it to max level and have a ton of fun with it and get to re-do the entire gearing thing or I’ll get annoyed with it and go back to my Warrior and appreciate her more.

  • @Lume..hehehehe

    @Dech, thanks glad you liked it!

    @Naissa LOL…boom turikes!

    Also, as a side note, I know I made two small “spell name” errors near the end. I was thinking psychic and sonic came out and I said serpent when I meant snake.

    <3 Bre

  • PTD

    Hey Bre and Fim, another nice blogcast or whatever. 🙂 Thanks a ton for talking about my post, at least I know 2 people have read it! 🙂

  • PTD

    Oh, and for your info, Bre, I heal using Grid and Clique myself. I like the minimalist style of grid, and I like the speed at which I can heal several targets.

  • Fim / Bre – Another great episode! Loved it. Keep it up as there is definately an audience out there!

  • Demon

    Nice! Another gr8 piece of podcast! This one was good particularly with Matt on the show. Oh btw what is that music (flute like music) that keeps playing in the background ? Anyways i enjoyed this one and seriously looking forward to hear from “Bear” on next one 🙂

  • I’d like to share a differing perspective on the question of whether a Priest should consider a weapon swap while under the effects of Innervate:


    Thanks! 🙂

  • I *love* The Bards. So I was listening… and even at the beginning, I frowned. “The Bards are playing. Where? -pauses the blogcast- It stops. It’s coming from the blogcast! I’m in love… except for the fact that it’s so terribly distracting… -tries to keep paying attention to the ‘cast-”

    -pauses and has to restart the blogcast so she can actually listen fully this time-

    Oh, god, it’s hard.

    -keeps listening-

    Okay. Anyway. Done with that. A fantastic blogcast as normal — and hearing Matt and you lot chat on about dwarves — okay, mostly Bre and Matt — was amusing. Managed to get over the fact that the Bards were in the background (though now it makes me want to get out their Middle Earth CD — I just might!), and thoroughly enjoyed the cast.

    Until… er… well. Tomorrow? Something like that!