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  • Repping with Leashes – The Anglers

    Ahh, fishing. You either love it, or hate it, within WoW. Personally, I like it, but I know it’s not for everyone. Sometimes it can be soothing to go out to a remote location, fish […]

  • Cat Days

    Hello everyone! Monday, February 22, was ‘Cat Day’ in Japan. In doing some Googling, it seems that there’s also a few other ‘Cat Day’s coming up later this year: International Cat Day (aka World Cat […]

  • 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 […]

  • Welcome!

    Hi everyone! We are excited to introduce the latest expansion of Azeroth Adoption Agency: our blog, Reading with Leashes. Thanks to Zullell for submitting this wonderful name! Here we will cover Blizzard announcements, pet tips, […]

  • Throwback Thursday – Linken’s Adventure

    For this Throwback Thursday, I was inspired to write about Linken, the amnesiac gnome from Un’Goro Crater before Cataclysm rendered him unnecessary. However, as a challenge, I opted to present his story in song. Due […]

  • Tiny Terrors – Dark Gazer

    Hi again! With the launch of our new project I wanted to give you all a taste of what to expect in the future. I will be covering tamer strategies for all the tamers of […]

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