Warcraft Big Brother, Part Three

What would happen if Jaina, Arthas, Sylvanas, Khadgar, Gul’Dan, Illidan and Maeiv had to live under one roof? Well, you no longer have to wonder, because I’ve moved all of them into one household in the Sims! Last time, the group visited a karaoke bar. Today's episode is short but still packed with drama. Let the mayhem begin...

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Grizzly Hills

I haven't had time to check out 7.2.5 yet, so I thought I'd share some screenshots from a recent detour into Grizzly Hills instead!

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Tarren Mill vs Southshore

Tarren Mill vs Southshore is making a return in this week's PvP brawl! Back in the early days of WoW, Southshore used to be the heart of world PvP. Horde and Alliance players would clash in an ongoing struggle to control the opposite faction's base. Poor levelers like me, who just wanted to quest in peace and quiet, would constantly get ambushed... And then return at max level to get revenge.

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Squirky the Baby Murloc

The iconic murlocs have caused a great deal of trouble for levelers all over Azeroth. With their slime-coated scales, sharp teeth and murderous nature, they may not seem like the most suitable and cuddly of pets... But they sure are the most adorable ones!

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The Glowcap Festival

Glowcap mushrooms are unique to Zangamarsh and used as currency by the Sporeggar. Taking place today only, the Glowcap Festival is a celebration of these strange mushrooms. Head to Sporeggar to join the sporelings and help Fshoo, the great glowcap, grow stronger!

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Researching Fel Energies

Ever since I started playing WoW I've been drawn to places that look ominous and not-at-all suitable-to-fly-into. The first time I saw Deathwing in Uldum, my initial reaction was to get a closer look... It did not end well.

So naturally I had to find out what happens when you fly into the giant fel beam on top of Tomb of Sargeras!

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Favourite Zones: The Burning Crusade

I've previously listed my favourite zones from Vanilla, and today the turn has come to The Burning Crusade. Leveling through Outland took me forever back then. I was clueless and still using a 60% speed ground mount, but had a blast anyway! The Burning Crusade is also where I settled into an active guild for the first time and tried raiding, so I'm particularly fond of its zones.

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