Netherhood Welcome Wagon – Theawakening of A Mage’s Guide to Life

tnb-welcomeWelcome to Theawakening of A Mage’s Guide to Life!

It’s rare for me to find a blogger younger than myself, but Theawakening (or Tomas, as he is sometimes known) is just that at eighteen! However, this does not make his blog amateurish in the least, and his fiery personality shines through strongly. Currently he’s planning on going to school for a computer IT degree, and possibly teaching.

His blog, like many of the ones I’ve highlighted recently, got its start in December of last year; not only is Theawakening new to the blogging scene, he’s actually also an entirely new player! Since then, he’s written a ton about specs, lore and just, well, life as a mage! There are a lot of posts centered on lore, and he almost always ends his posts with a lore related quote or movie (and sometimes both). He’s all about the squishy casters, and claims “The only melee class I play is a Paladin, but he has a mana bar, so it’s ok.”

This mage has a fun-loving, sarcastic side with some playful deprecation of himself and all others, especially those “bullet sponges,” as he so affectionately terms melee classes. I for one am glad he can cry in good humor; we need something to keep those strudels moist!

As it seems I’ve probably incurred the wrath of all mages by suggesting that they cry (I hear water elementals are formed purely from the run-off of mage tears), I must depart. Quickly. I suggest you do, too, by visiting Theawakening’s blog! I know once the masses of frost-fire slingers have gotten tired of camping my blackened, pitiful body, I’m going to check out the post on the Ashbringer.

Welcome to the Blogosphere, Tomas!

Every Friday, Bellwether from 4 Haelz is bringing you the Welcome Wagon, introducing new bloggers and great reads. If you know of a new blog to the scene or wish to get your name out there, please send an e-mail to 4haelz AT gmail DOT com with the subject line “Welcome Wagon.” She’ll do her best to highlight as many as possible!

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