Blizzard tries to make each of the primary professions uniquely beneficial to the players who’ve opted to progress them. In Wrath of the Lich King, Tailors can look forward to unique patterns they can embroider onto cloaks and flying carpets; Blacksmiths can add new gem sockets to existing gear, and Leatherworkers will be able to craft armor patches that grant on-use effects. This week’s Shared Topic dares blog authors to take things one step further! Pixelated Executioner wants to know, “What do you wish your Profession could do?”
Current contributors include:
Learn more about this Shared Topic and post a response!
|This week we have an epic interview two, count them two stellar druids, Runy from Unbearably Hot and Phae from Resto4life! Don’t miss the double druid action!
— Continue reading Episode 18: Hybrid Hyjinx —
Is it that time again! That’s right boys and girls, it is roundup time! Here are a few posts you may have missed!
Hay to Munch on:
- It is the Healer’s Fault: With grace, Kirk from Priestly Endeavors talks about healer roles not only in WoW but in WAR as well.
- Brewfest Achievements: Siha from Banana Shoulders gives great tips on how to get that “Brewmaster”Title over your head this year instead of next!
- The best guild application ever! WI wrote this one but in case you missed it. It really is an amazing application. Give yourself 6 minutes, it is worth it.
Just as a reminder guys, we will not have a show next week and will be returning strong in two weeks with Game Dame. If there are any burning questions you would like to ask her, feel free to send them in!
Stay tune for Runy and Phae! This week’s show should be up soon!
||This week we have an epic interview with the Siha from Banana Shoulders, another great tip from Toomanyannas, the social of WoW and cute cartoons for sale.
— Continue reading Episode 17-Banana Splits! —
This week’s shared topic was suggested by 2nd Nin and is entitled “Casuals, Players, and Raiders.” Authors are encouraged to share their definitions of these three types player and their opinions on how they’ve evolved.
Some of the current contributors include:
You can read more about this topic and follow up on future contributions over at Blog Azeroth!