Episode 49 – Hoarsing Around

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VeronicaWe again have 3.2 on the brain this week! We’re one episode away from the big 50 and we welcome a guest who is a hoarse of another color. Veronica Belmont of Tekzilla, Qore and VeronicaBelmont.com joins us with her voice a little on the raspy side.  Fighting a cold, she still manages to educate us on some of the newest trends in gaming and talk about some of her wild WoW adventures. Additionally, we discuss some deep topics including looting issues and the Hardcore vs. Casual debate.

General News

3.2 Patch notes

Mage Q&A: (link)

MidSummer Fire Festival has begun!

Molly is back with a new episode of Women of Warcraft Video podcast. Ep #51 is out. We look forward to many more to come!

Hot Topics from the Nether!

Tree Bark Jacket – Counter Rant: Not All Hardcore Raiders are a$$holes, you know – (counter to : Tired of the term Casual )
4Haelz – Loot Conscious or Loot Whoring

Quick notes:
Honor’s Code – Back To Basics: The 969 Paladin Threat Rotation
Gray Matter – 3.2 End of Lunar vs. Solar

Petaholics Anonymous

From Lady Jess:

Twisted Blog of the Week

From the Show

We’d like to welcome all of the new bloggers who introduced themselves on Blog Azeroth. This week we saw posts from:
– (Ret Paladin) Failed to Bubble
– (warrior tank) Journeytank
– (guild website) Lux Legis
– (Shadow Priests) Don’t Flay me, Bro!
– (moonkin) Moonglade
– (dk/Paladin) Confused souls
– (paladin) Practical Paladin
– (druid) A Druid’s Evolution
– (LGBT) Gays on WoW

We’d like to encourage all of you to visit the TNB Wiki and be sure to be listed in the Big List of Blogs.

Next week…

Next week we’ll be chatting with Stompalina and Hafrot from Rawrcast.

(Opening song “Monster Techno Blues” is preformed Joe Sibol, additional song credits: Phonecasting – Foggy Monutain Morning, Joe Sibol – Hot Sexy Girls Instrumental, provided by podssafeaudio.com)

EDIT: Ok.. mabye Brunnhildar isn’t from Bugs Bunny.. But, you know.. it’s an interesting coincidence..

1 comment to Episode 49 – Hoarsing Around

  • Crofe

    I have an issue with the “hardcore” people who are complaining about the nerfs to bosses. These don’t downgrade their accomplishments; they still did it when it was hard. It downgrades their ability to show off. The people who matter will probably know when you killed a boss, so what does it matter that others can now down a boss as well?

    Granted on paper their accomplishment looks the same as someone who killed the boss after a nerf, but again the fact remains that they did kill the boss before the nerf. Isn’t it enough that the hardcore raider did it without having to show it off to everyone?