Episode 27- The Stoppable Blogcast

image This week we have an interview with Queklain aka Stop from The Stoppable Force. Join us as we dive into the real question everyone wants to know: Death Knights boxers or briefs?

General News

Fim heads into Naxx. Bre is getting a tan.

Hot Topics from the Nether!

  • Congrats to Lassirra at The Hunter’s Mark for having her second blog birthday… we wish many more!
  • ChainTrap from ChainTrap laments about the lost of skill of players and wonders how it will affect those coming in and how it will affect raids and harder encounters later on.
  • If you are looking for a cool WoW related plug in, Zen’tar from One Rogue’s Journey has created a plug in to show your most recent achievements on your side bar.
  • Myze from Leader of the Pack has a good leatherworking guide to help you get skill ups!

Twisted Blog of the Week and Guest-The Stoppable Force.

The Stoppable Force is named after everyone’s favorite everyone’s favorite 2 gold hammer. The Stoppable Force team is made of several members but most notablilty, his new death knight and his warlock.

Orc News

Ratshag gives us the Orc News for this week, along with tips on how to play the AH by Galertruby!

Next week…

We have Cay and Fio from Married in IRL. If you have questions for them, feel free to send them our way!

(Opening song “Monster Techno Blues” is preformed Joe Sibol, provided by podssafeaudio.comp>

10 comments to Episode 27- The Stoppable Blogcast

  • LichBORNE. LichBORNE. Just to ward off the comments before anyone else gets here. ;)

  • Thank you! I’m so annoyed when people tag mobs that have my Hunter’s Mark on them. >.>

  • A sound effect suggestion for the viperwatch mod – from metal gear solid “Snake? SNAAAAAKE!!!”

  • Crofe

    I’m not sure how Stop handles his sound effects in ViperWatch, but I’ve played around with sounds for other addons. It’s not hard at all to get a custom sound to play. It’s one line of code (which I don’t recall right off the top of my head). The hardest part for me was finding it.

    Second, I agree with Bre about skill development. I soloed almost exclusively from 1-70 on my Hunter because I started playing him after TBC came out. I never used a trap until I was 70, because I had no need to. I used a Gorilla (back before everyone had one) who kept aggro on more than one mob and could take hits, so I never needed to CC soloing. I got lucky, the first 70 instance I went to there was another hunter who didn’t mind trapping everything and explaining what he was doing. It’s not that I couldn’t trap, it’s that I’d never had to do it. Experimenting in groups isn’t a good idea. But experimenting in raids is an even worse idea, so groups are a good time to learn those skills.

    Also, although I was pointed here by reading BRK, I’m glad I was. You’ve got a very nice podcast and it reminds me somewhat of Inside the Actor’s Studio. Keep up the good work.

  • @Crofe: Yeah, it’s not terribly hard at all. It’s just the issue of finding the effects in (or finagling the effects into) the correct bitrate, sampling, etc.: WoW is pretty picky about its sound effects, iirc.

    @Noobiewan: I lol’d. :D

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  • Crofe

    Ahh. I didn’t know that. I never had a problem with it, but then again I just searched my computer for wav files and used them. They were unique to WoW, but not to games themselves.

  • Listening to this episode makes me realize just how absolutely underrepresented we Marksmanship Hunters are on the blogosphere. o_O;

  • I died laughing – ty so much Galertruby, for making me laugh out loud at work. They’ll take my Zune away if I let that happen again.

    Very interesting hearing from a DK; I’ll have to check out the blog posts to get some information on actually playing one.

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