Introduction and General Weeks Events
Machik has been a busy boy inside the game. Gravitating from one toon to another, he finally got stuck on an orcish warrior for a bit. Part of this could be attributed to reading Rise of the Horde, but could it have a deeper meaning. Is Machik truly an orc at heart?
Main Topic – Orcish Traditions
We all know about Mak’gora. We saw it happen during WoD between Thrall and Hellscream. But the orcs have other traditions as well. We look at Om’riggor and Kosh’harg this week. Without these traditions, orcish culture is a bit dull. But add in these orcish traditions and we have a complex society with a deep culture to roleplay.
Nothing to report this week!
Reader Emails and Tweets
Two tweets and an email. This is fantastic! We go from changes in interaction design of the game to allied races and of course, why should we follow Sylvanas? Hint: don’t follow Sylvanas.
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