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  • Fashion Friday #21 – Plate

    This week’s Fashion Friday transmog is a dark teal and bronze set for Alliance Blood and Unholy Death Knights, Retribution Paladins, and Arms Warriors. Horde plate wearers could also wear this set if they switch […]

  • Postcards from Azeroth – The Exodar

    The city is divided into three areas: Emptiness aside, the Exodar is a fully equipped city, abounding in trainers, and hosting an inn, auction house and bank. A pet vendor, Sixx, has set up shop […]

  • Repping with Leashes – The Kalu’ak: Part I

    Hello, and welcome back to Repping with Leashes, where we explore the reputations that reward you with pets. This month? Let’s go to the land of snow and rock, known as Canada. *squints at cue […]

  • Blizzcon2016: World of Warcraft Q&A 2016

    World of Warcraft Q&A Originally posted by Blizzard Entertainment Q: Is crafted gear going to scale up? A: The short answer is yes. Still trying to figure out the right way. We may use Oblitirum, […]

  • Repping with Leashes – Burning through Hyjal

    Burning through Hyjal Well, first of all, I wish you a heavy amount of good luck. For pet hunting purposes, aside from the wild friends you might find, the Scorched Stone is heavily luck-based while Hyjal […]

  • Throwback Thursday – Talent Trees

    Talent Trees Talent trees. Who remembers those wonderful flowcharts showing the different tiers of talents, and spending points on each to make themselves more powerful (or more useful to guilds)? I sure as heck don’t. […]

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