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  • Apurrl Fools!

    Hello again everyone! Hope you all survived April Fool’s Day yesterday. Did you see anything fun/unusual on the internet yesterday? Let us know in the blog forums! I also hope you all had a good […]

  • Repping with Leashes – The Tillers

    The Tillers Do you have a green thumb? Do you like doing dailies? Then the Tillers are here for you! (And if you haven’t been back to Pandaria in over two years, they’re still waiting […]

  • Happy Halloween from A3

    Happy Halloween! (late) Hope you’ve had a nice couple of weeks, and have been enjoying Hallow’s End in World of Warcraft. The festivities ended yesterday, so hopefully you were able to pick up all your tricky […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • Tips for New Tamers: Rarity

    One of the first things you come across when catching wild pets is the different rarities. Following the same rarity scale as items, you start off with poor quality pets and shift up through the […]

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