Introduction and General Weeks Events
Machik is back, this time with special guest Saiisil. Though, truth be told, neither has been on Azeroth this week, for a variety of reasons. But that doesn’t stop them from chatting about what they will be doing once they are in-game once again.
No fable this week. But if you have something you’d like to send, make sure to mail it to email@example.com. We like to support our fans as much as you support us!
None this week.
Main Topic – Earthen Origins
We all know and love the dwarves. Well, you Horde might not. But those that are unbiased or unabashedly alliance knows the dwarves are hearty strong and often times drunk. But where did they come from. Only from the greatest beings ever known!
Well, they are a product of the Titans at least. They were created to be servants, builders of mountains and fully composed of the earth material in Azeroth.
But then a curse happened. So, let’s take a look at the history of the Earthen.
Questions and Answers
- Isilme Lanithlorien @IsilmeSai
- @thelorecraft #craftiequestion what is your RP obsession? I.e. I tend to play either nature based or undead based characters mostly.
- Ellypse @EllypseCelwe
- @thelorecraft Listening to latest ep. There’s a human in Howling Fjord that is all about Blood Elf culture. He’s part of a quest line.
- Ellypse @EllypseCelwe
- Replying to @EllypseCelwe @thelorecraft
- He’s in the pirate zone in the south west. He is a bit crazy though
We filled out on emails this week. First, Serlan comes to us, inquiring whether these micro-holidays may bring back casual roleplay. Machik really hopes so. The Kanabras (the Swedish troll) argues on the merits of Mak’gorah. Which of course inspires a lively discussion between Machik and Saiisil. Finally, Kanabras, a new listener, helps Machik realize that breaks are part of the norm for the game. And he’ll be back to playing every day soon enough.
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