Author Archives: Jen

What Do You Think of Winter Veil?

It’s that time of year again. Highly decorated trees are everywhere. Beautifully wrapped presents sit beneath them, patiently waiting to be opened on the proper day. The edges of buildings and doorways are framed with blinking, brightly colored lights. You … Continue reading

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Those Who Don’t Play Well With Others

We have all run into them. Net Trolls are players who don’t play well with others. These are the players who randomly type something incendiary into chat that is completely out of context with the current conversation. They are the … Continue reading

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The Pros and Cons of Being Invisible

Coming “soon” to your Blizzard gaming experience – the ability to Appear Offline. Right now, your social status has three options for you to choose from: Available, Busy, and Away. The Away status reverts back to Available as soon … Continue reading

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A Pet, By Any Other Name…

There is a famous quote that comes from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet that goes: “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet;” In WoW terms, no matter what moniker you … Continue reading

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Which Way Will Your Pandaren Go?

The Pandaren are unique. They are the only race in World of Warcraft that starts out belonging to neither faction. At some point, though, you are going to have to make a decision. Will your Pandaren join the Alliance, or … Continue reading

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Review: Sunwell Manga – Dragon Hunt

By Jen Thorpe Dragon Hunt is the title of the first book in the Warcraft: The Sunwell Trilogy. The entire trilogy is manga, and all three parts were written by Richard A. Knaak and illustrated by Jae-Hwan Kim. Dragon Hunt … Continue reading

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I’d Rather Roll a Male Pandaren

By Jen Thorpe Believe it or not, I do still play World of Warcraft. Diablo III may have captured a little piece of my soul, but, I’m not quite ready to give up on WoW yet. I still find it … Continue reading

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