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  • Throwback Thursday – November 5, 2015

    BLIZZCON! Hello A3ers and other folks reading this! This week, I’m down in Anaheim, picking up my badge for Blizzcon 2015. This is my seventh Blizzcon, and I thought it would be fun to dig […]

  • Repping with Leashes – Dreamweavers

    Dreamweavers Working the Legion map from left to right, it’s time to pay our respects to the Dreamweavers of Val’sharah. Sylvia Hartshorn Sylvia Hartshorn is the emissary keeper to whom you’ll be paying a visit when you […]

  • Throwback Thursday – Ammunition

    Arrows and bullets. Does anyone remember those? I don’t, because I didn’t start playing WoW until the very end of Cataclysm. Yes, before Deathwing stormed across the world, hunters had to use ammunition for their ranged […]

  • Creature Feature: Flayer Youngling

    Creature Feature – Flayer Youngling The Flayer Youngling is a versatile and easy-to-obtain wild pet capable of taking the place of several of the harder-to-get humanoids typically recommended in various strategies. I have even seen […]

  • Major Payne – Grand Master Tamer

    Major Payne – Grand Master Hello everyone! Hope you all have had a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year! This month we’re covering Grand Master Tamer Major Payne up at the Argent Tournament grounds. […]

  • Postcards from Azeroth – Un’Goro Crater

    Un’Goro Crater As I had done a Throwback Thursday set in Un’Goro Crater (among other places), I thought, ‘Why not do a postcard for this lush jungle paradise?’ Un’Goro Crater is similar to Australia, in […]

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