Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The Valley of Trials

Alright, I'm posting here because I'm tired of looking at a blank ass blog when I go to play with my layout.

I am Jezriyah of Sentinels-US. Troll hunter. Beast Mastery from level 10 through Naxx10; just respecced Marksmanship because of some Malygos difficulties and loving it, though I'll probably put my BM build on dual spec once those are implemented.

I'm in a loving family guild full of awesome people, most of whom are some of my best friends. We also happen to be one of the top ten-man raiding guilds on our server (if not the top), and we'll be edging into 25-man content as soon as we expand our numbers a little. I thoroughly enjoy proving that you don't have to be a bunch of gear-minded number-crunching arrogant douchetards who throw someone under the bus for lacking a talent point or piece of gear in order to raid effectively. (I realize not all "hardcore" raiding guilds are like this; however, I've met an awful lot that are, and I'm proud to not be in one.)

So a question for those of you that stumble across here... what would you like to see in yet another WoW blog? I'll probably chat some huntery stuff, as well as a good bit of lore; I'm Horde biased but I can appreciate the heroes and villains on both sides. I tend more towards snark and goofiness than anything else. Input would be appreciated.


Anonymous said...

I really like Warcraft lore. More so, creative minds that question it. Like, what if Arthas hadn't gone would the "world" be different? Would a new villain have stepped up to the plate and if so, who?

If not that...write whatever rambly goodness makes you happy...that's what I do. It's your blog. We're not here to tell you what to write...just to enjoy reading it!

Bob said...

I agree with oneamongmany, lore and rambling would be nice. Just as long as you post something. Oh, and I like hunter stuff too.

Anonymous said...

I find that the most interesting and addictive blogs to read are the one where the writer talks about what they like and are interested in.

Anonymous said...

Even though I am weeks late posting, I would enjoy seeing lore - while rambling and thoughts are nice (that's the sort of blog I have) lore isn't something you see often, especially well written lore, such as yours!