Gaming World of Warcraft 2

TLC Thursday: Hawt Voices, Brain Food, and Goodbyes

The Links

Ever wonder what a gnome with big balls of fire sounds like? Trust me, he’s not squeaky.  You can find out for yourself by checking out the latest episode of TNB with Gnomeaggedon!

Ever been caught in the Experience Catch-22? You need experience to get your foot in the door, but you can’t get experience unless someone let’s you get your foot in the door.  Sometimes the only way to break in is to fake it until you can make it, which The Cranky Gnome explores.

Remember when you were a kid and you asked “Why?” about everything? We were not content that things simply were, we wanted to know more.  This, as discussed at Kill Ten Rats, is why lore matters in games.

Fulg and Fuu over at Killing ’em Slowly want to know more about what kinds of gamers we are.  More specifically, do you keep games on your shelf as trophies or do you trade them in? And how that correlates with achievement chasing.  Help ’em out with your answers!

Still haven’t checked out Dragon Age: Origins yet? Tami has an excellent overview and review without any major spoilers that you might want to check out.

Whether you love, hate, or are indifferent regarding the changes that WoW has gone through over the past 5 years, those feelings are tied to our expectations.  Spinks explores the expectations of players versus expectations of developers.

Want to learn a key factor to successful PvP? Knowing your enemy.  Great examples of this and how to play defensively are available at Critical QQ.

Never Want to Say Goodbye:

Within the last week 2 blogs I really enjoyed are saying their farewells:

Zaltu at One Rogue’s Journey


Frijona at Blog of Corruption



  • Gnomeaggedon
    Dec 03, 2009 8:08 am

    Yep it’s not just our beards that drag on the ground…


    Naughty Lock… I was referring to my voice not being high and squeaky… although there is one other thing that carves furrows into the ground… my…


    I have short legs you know!

  • Syrana
    Dec 03, 2009 6:56 pm

    @Gnomer – Uh huh…. suuuure… 😉