Syaine in mid Roll the Bones. Yes, it's another video from your truly! I actually posted the original rogue music video three months ago, but I didn't publicize it much because while I loved it, the quality of the video wasn't the best. The same holds true for the other videos I did prior to… Continue reading Don’t Let the Dance Die – A Tribute to Warcraft Rogues
When Blizzard first talked about the World of Warcraft achievement Two Sides to Every Tale where a player could earn two new mounts, I was intrigued. I thought it was cool that they were rewarding players (like myself) for playing both factions through the war campaigns and story lines. I also liked the idea of… Continue reading Mounts as Motivation
https://youtu.be/5EdZU-x7Fm8 My Zandalari troll druid in mid-dance. Here it is! The music video I made featuring my druid boys! I had a lot of fun making it and it was a learning experience as usual. I hope you enjoy it! I will warn you though that the song can be kind of catchy and might… Continue reading Dream Away – A Tribute to Warcraft Druids
Daxien and Tjoko, my druid boys. Lately I’ve been showing my two druid boys a lot of love. I’ve been switching between my 100 plus level night elf druid, Daxien, and my level 20s Zandalari troll druid, Tjoko. I wanted to get the Fangs of Ashamane for Daxien so he could have the new feral… Continue reading My Love for My Druid Boys
My lovely blood elf hunter, Sriset. My night elf rogue, Syaine. It seems fairly obvious that my addiction to creating elf characters in World of Warcraft started with my very first character of a blood elf hunter. My first alliance toon was a night elf hunter I believe and among my 50 characters, the majority… Continue reading Addicted to Warcraft Elves
As I made my way through the streets of Silvermoon City and out into Eversong Woods amid the gently flying dragonhawk hatchlings gliding about, I was struck with a feeling of deja vu. The feeling grew stronger as I ran across The Dead Scar with its skeletal mobs called plaguebone pillagers.
My dad and I, circa 1994. My dad never played World of Warcraft. In fact, he'd quite often grumble when I'd play Warcraft when he was visiting my house or I was visiting his. That's interesting considering that he's the one responsible for my interest in and enjoyment of computer/video games in the first place.… Continue reading Finding My Dad in World of Warcraft