Introduction and General Weeks Events
Don’t you love it when things change? Well, Machik has moved on from Paladin to Mage. But why? Well, the guild has changed its theme, and Paladin didn’t quite fit. Also, you get a bit of info on a fantastic soccer championship won by Machik’s son! And it has nothing to do with WoW.
Main Topic – Three Sisters
We check out what we assume to be the final comic before Battle for Azeroth drops in August. Called Three Sisters, the comic follows the Windrunner sisters as they meat to clear out their old homestead from nasty mobs. We learn a bit about the relationship between Sylvanas, Alleria and Vereesa, and of course, Machik harps on how Sylvanas continues to be a bastion of evil for the upcoming expansion.
Will anything change his mind? We currently doubt it.
Machik also harps on the art of the comic, but you’ll have to listen for the specifics.
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