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Blood Queen Lana’thel

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This video is a couple weeks old now since I forgot to upload it before leaving for spring break… Oops!

More Videos!

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These are from last week. There should also be a Blood Queen Lana’Thel one, but I haven’t uploaded it yet!

Professor Putricide Video

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Written by Mariana

March 7, 2010 at 9:45 am

Rotface Video

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February 13, 2010 at 5:30 am

More ICC Videos

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Here are some more videos from ICC. I forgot to turn off my UI for these – Nick thinks this is cooler, I prefer it the other way.

Don’t forget to watch these in higher quality and in fullscreen if you want to see the UI more clearly. Also, we still haven’t tried the new wing in ICC, but I think we might be this week… So, more videos coming up potentially!

Written by Mariana

January 27, 2010 at 1:14 pm

Here’s to Hoping…

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In light of recent leaks regarding vast reshaping of Azeroth for the Cataclysm expansion, I have decided to make a list of events that I hope happen. These opinions come from leveling many many alts through all of these zones. In order of zone level:

Durotar – Goblins hate razors (who knew, it’s a cultural thing I guess) and completely ravage Razor Hill. Garrosh is too busy nerdraging to read anything, so he signs off on a plan to build a cable car between Sen’jin Village and Orgrimmar. Lowbies everywhere rejoice.

Mulgore – Tauren, now in tune with many magics (Paladin magics, Priest magics, and all other lol magics) are finally able to figure out how to miniaturize their home zone. It no longer takes a day and a half to run from Orgrimmar to Thunder Bluff.

Stonetalon Mountains – the Charred Vale finally just burns itself up and becomes a peaceful lake. Harpies become extinct.

Ashenvale – Night Elves become mages, but suck, and therefore explode Astranaar and everything in a 10 mile radius. Rhonin is pissed. There is now a mini-maelstrom in the middle of the zone and a blimp from Zoram’gar Outpost and Splintertree Post. ALTERNATE IDEA: Just give Horde a road that doesn’t go through the freakin’ Alliance town!

Hillsbrad Foothills – Southshore falls off the map, the Horde can now kill yetis and mountain lions without having to worry about Alliance coming and ganking them. Alterac Mountains is absorbed into the same zone and a pact is made between the Horde and Ravenholdt, who become a new faction, but only for Horde. Alliance flock to Caverns of Time to run Battle for Durnholde Keep and spend many hours in Southshore crying and missing it.

Arathi Highlands – the Princess is finally smothered in her cave. Quest line no longer exists. Also, all raptors now drop eyes.

Desolace – disappears, but no one really notices… The last person to level there was in Vanilla WoW anyway.

Dustwallow Marsh – in order to join the Horde, goblins must first cut down all the branches in this zone so that we can finally see it. When we see it, we decide it’s ugly, so we let murlocs take it over. No one ever thinks about it again. Murlocs live happily ever after.

Swamp of Sorrows – see Dustwallow Marsh.

Feralas – road is no longer elevated. No more accidental deaths for auto-running off of the mountain while typing things out in chat to your friends.

Azshara – all players in this zone now have the ability to jump from wherever they are to where they have to be. With time saved from no longer having to look for hours for a way back up in to the zone from the beach, players are finally able to eradicate Naga.

Searing Gorge and Burning Steppes – merge in to one zone with no stupid, huge, hard to navigate cave in the middle.

Deadwind Pass – becomes the new mage portal since Swamp of Sorrows was taken over by Murlocs. Still useless.

Outland – stays classy. We love you, bb!

Northrend – no one ever goes there again. Blizzard apologizes for the crappiness of these zones and implements cold-weather leveling – a scroll that allows alts to level from 70 to 80.

Bonus: Naxxramas floats away from Northrend to settle over Moonglade, where it becomes the second raid of the new expansion. The first raid is Tempest Keep, which would explain why the first time around was merely a setback.

Written by Mariana

August 20, 2009 at 6:51 pm

Door Boss

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Trying to do the achievement for fishing up The Lurker Below… Little did I know that there would be an additional super secret boss before him!

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August 16, 2009 at 5:47 am