Introduction and General Weeks Events
I am back with another week’s podcast. It was filled with roleplay, raiding, and battelgrounds. But maybe not the type you’re thinking of. Listen in to find out.
Main Topic – Lothraxion and Why We Love Roleplay
Lothraxion seems like an anomaly. A dread lord. Infused with light. It doesn’t seem like it should work. But it does. And it bothers me. What is his story? How did he come to be a part of the army that is trying to destroy the legion? I’m not sure. And what can I do about it? Nothing.
On the other hand, I talk a little bit about love for roleplay. And we get to hear what why others love roleplay so much.
Just a quick shout out to our Patrons for this month, especially our new Patron, Christopher!
Reader Emails and Tweets
Only one tweet this week and no emails. Was a quiet week.
- Merry Navemi-mas @Dalaran_Alum
- @thelorecraft Q: what the heck is a balance Druid!? I blast folks with moon beams and solar flares! What has that to do with balancing nature? I blast folks w/ moonbeams more than a Priestess of Elune.
Help Support the LoreCraft Podcast
Hi there, Machik here. I love the LoreCraft Podcast and bringing all of the fabulous lore and roleplay to you guys. When this podcast started in August 2014, I had no idea I’d still be sharing my excitement of the lore this long. Over the years I have handled all the financial details involved with the podcast myself.
But now I need your help.
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Thank you so much, and stay nerdy!
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