||We are pleased to get some of our past guests together for a Patch 5.3 Round Table to the Twisted Nether Blogcast on Sunday. If you have any questions please make sure to send them in prior to showtime to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring them to the chatroom!
- When is it?: This live show is scheduled for Sunday, June 16th at 8pm PT (11pm ET). Not sure what time that is for you? Use this handy-dandy time converter!
- Where do I go? To participate on the live show, you will need to go to the TNB Live Show page to connect with the stream. See, totally easy. If you are having issues then go to the Ustream page. Don’t forget to register/login to UStream so you can chat with us!
- Some general ground rules:
- Be nice. If you say very inappropriate things be aware you will be kicked from the room. We are doing this to have a great time, come with a beer, come during a raid, come how you wish, just don’t come to cause trouble.
- You may ask questions to the participants during the show, but we reserve the right to use them if and when we can. We will be monitoring the chat room and if we can we will use the comments during the show. We love that you are with us, but we will have to weave them in. Even if it isn’t asked, we all appreciate your questions!
Outside of that, we will love to have you join us and partake in an enlightening discussion that is sure to follow! Hope to see you there!
Noahdeer from Be MOP is the suggesticator (I know that’s not a real word, but it sounds much classier than suggester ^^ ) of the Blog Azeroth Shared Topic for this, the week of 10th June. The topic is “Favorite Vanity Items” and Noahdeer describes the topic as thus:
World of Warcraft is known to have a lot of vanity items that you can collect from your adventures and in this expansion Blizzard introduced even more of these silly cosmetic items into the game.
This week’s Shared Topic is, “What is your favorite vanity item in World of Warcraft?”
As always you can respond by writing up a post on your own blog and linking it on the thread for this topic on the Blog Azeroth Shared Topic forum. You can simply comment on that thread if you do not have a blog, or you can comment on this post here as well!
Get a writin’!
This past week we had Mataoka from Sugar & Blood post a very interesting Shared Topic on the Blog Azeroth forums:
What junk or grey items in game should be made to be used for spells or buff foods, etc? There are many fun items that no one wants, but could be used in imaginative ways!
Mataoka was the first to link to their own post, followed by Noahdeer from Be MOP and Velgana from Adventures in Skywall who responded with their articles linked on the forums as well!
Remember, if you want to participate in the Blog Azeroth Shared Topic, simply head over to the Blog Azeroth Forums, head to the Shared Topic page, and look for the current Shared Topic. Or, you can check the TNB page every Monday when I post the latest topic.
To respond, you can write your own post on your site and link it on the forums, add a comment on the forums, or even add a comment here on this post!
Hello Twisted-Netherati and welcome! Today’s spotlight is one of my go-to favs.
Icy Veins is rather new to the scene. Beating many other guide sites to the punch, it opened in early 2011 and was posting up to the minute class guides as soon as Mists of Pandaria hit the mean streets of Warcraft.
Here you can find WoW guides for a myriad of topics. Raids and Dungeons for Mists and Cataclysm including all the current MoP World Bosses. Seasonal events and current MoP event content such as the Isle of Thunder and Brawler’s Guild. Quest tracking for some of the major recent quest lines such as Black Prince, and all of the current Mists reputation questing you’d want all in one convenient!
But that is not why I am spotlighting this spot… Oh no! The REAL reason that you want to check out Icy Veins is for the class guides. Do you need a little tweak with your main? Are you dusting off an alt that you haven’t played in a while and feel a little out of touch? This is the place for you!
What I like most about the class guides they provide is they are consistent. Each one is written in the same format and covers the same information for each class/spec combination. Opening with a summary, each guide covers talents, rotations (single & multi-target), glyphs, gems, enchants, and much more. Each one is written in a way that is easy to follow and easy to plug and play if you’re just looking to get a toon on the road. They also provide in-depth information and suggestions based on simulation and theorycraft for those that want to delve a little deeper.
So if you’re looking for some new ideas, or just want to play around with a new spec check out Icy-Veins.com.
Until next time…go make the world a better place!
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You can find me on Twitter @Zabbylocks or sometimes at my blog Life in the Soulwell.
*this post has been edited for correction: Icy Veins first launched in 2011, not 2012