Netherhood Welcome Wagon – Ariedan of The Wordy Warrior

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tnb-welcome1Welcome to Ariedan of The Wordy Warrior!

This brand-new blog has exploded onto the blogging scene with attitude and knowledge, a great combination. The author, a warrior of great skill, lays the wit on thick for truly enjoyable reads that still do a great job putting forth important information. In real life, she hates onions. Not entirely sure why, as they have many layers and feel put-out by her ardent dismissal of their complexities, but she does. And she likes tacos! Everyone can agree that tacos are rad. She also works in a casino dealing cards when she’s not watching mobs smash their faces on her Wall of Terror.

Though she just started writing in April, her posts have been impressive and varied. From the “10 things” lists including how to make your raid leader love you or being a good officer, how to get through a trial period with a new guild, and musings on why she (you) still plays, there’s certainly something for anyone here, no matter what they’re looking for. And it’s presented in a well-written, clean format on a beautiful site, so it’s easy on the eyes and easy on the brain. Her voice is straight-forward and honest, with humor mixed in, so it’s easy to see why her blog is so popular already.

This blogger and her blog are going places, and I don’t just mean Ulduar. I imagine she’ll become a leading voice in the blogosphere in no time flat, if she isn’t already. So hop on over to her site and enjoy the ride!

Welcome to the blogosphere, Ariedan!

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!

1 comment to Netherhood Welcome Wagon – Ariedan of The Wordy Warrior

  • Thank you for the link, and double thanks for the kind words! It really means a lot to be accepted into the blogging community so warmly. 🙂