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  • Changes to Tips for New Tamers

    With the publishing of the previous issue of Tips for New Tamers, the segment has reached a point where a lot of the essential basics have already been covered. In order to best help our […]

  • Creature Feature: Mr. Bigglesworth

    Creature Feature – Mr. Bigglesworth Mr. Bigglesworth Possible Breed: S/S Stats: Health: 1400 Power: 260 Speed: 325 Abilities Slot 1: Claw Pounce Slot 2: Ice Barrier Frost Nova Slot 3: Ice Tomb Howling Blast Mr. Bigglesworth […]

  • Legion: What’s Next?

    With 7.1 fresh off the shelf, it’s been hard to think what news Blizzard could possibly give us about the Legion expansion, and yet they keep on giving. The panel was opened with an announcement […]

  • Throwback Thursday – Dr. Weavil

    Dr. Weavil What do you get when you combine a very belated April Fools joke and a look back at history? You get this: the strange story of Dr. Weavil. Once upon a time, there […]

  • Repping with Leashes, Special Edition – The Kalu’ak: Part II

    Editor’s note: Welcome to a special edition of “Repping with Leashes”! Normally this will be a once a month feature, but this month you get an extra article! Enjoy! Click here for The Kalu’ak: Part […]

  • Happy Caturday!

    Happy Caturday everyone! And now, on to our regularly scheduled Caturday! Last Wednesday was Veteran’s Day here in the US. So in honor of all our military, Happy Veteran’s Day! Also, remember, Pilgrim’s Bounty is […]

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