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  • Fashion Friday #19 – Leather

    This week’s Fashion Friday transmog is a tan, red, and gold set for Havoc and Vengeance Demon Hunters, Guardian Druids, and Outlaw Rogues of both factions. If you have a piece of armor you would […]

  • Repping with Leashes – Therazane: A Rocky Start

    Therazane Now I know what you’re thinking. That darn D’lom the Collector doesn’t really have anything useful at this point in the game’s life, except maybe the Tabard of Therazane for your tabard collection. There’s an achievement […]

  • 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 […]

  • Tiny Terrors – Mirecroak

    Tiny Terrors – Mirecroak Hello again! Hope you are all doing well and surviving the non-stop period of craziness that is known as the holiday season. Thanksgiving has come and gone, and soon Christmas and […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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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