If you are reading this, you have somehow stumbled across my blog. I say stumble because there’s no way you came here intentionally. Seriously, you clicked on the wrong link.
That right there would be the “brains” behind the voices that chatter away in this blog. Not much to tell on that front; I’m just a dude from Canada (EH!) who has been playing video games since before there was an Internet, and have enjoyed writing since before there were computers to do so.
I’ll let that sink in. But not for too long, for as you can guess I am old and obviously running on borrowed time. Sand through the hourglass and all that.
I’ve pretty much run the gauntlet of gaming consoles – Atari 2600, Intellivision, Coleco, switching over to the Commodore VIC20 when home computers were first introduced. Remember saving files on a cassette drive? Of course not, for you are not as ancient as I, and therefore not as bitter about it as I am.
My first MMO was the Father of WoW, Everquest. I played that for close to seven years, if I had to guess. Kicking and screaming I came over to World of Warcraft, then just forgot to leave. So here I am.
The Legends – as of 02/20/15
Since coming back after a year-long hiatus, I changed my playstyle as well as playable characters. Boosted characters, new characters, and characters left in the dust. Some farm, some fight, all are near and dear to my heart. Some nearer than others.
Rukgut is the OG around these parts. He was the First, my Orc Hunter, and all bow and pay homage to him. He has gone from a respected character on the backburner, to a respected character who seems to be focusing on pet battles and the associated battle pets.
Herculees is my Orc Death Knight, currently of the Frost persuasion. He was number two of my DK’s, but moved his way up to top plate-wearing undead-but-not-undead killer. The obvious namesake of the blog, currently sitting in his garrison on Draenor biding his time while the other members of the alt-roster get sorted away.
Doomsdae is my Tauren Blood Death Knight. I boosted him to 90, and he’s basically my farming character. Easy to do, since Blood DK’s are damn tough to kill. He is about to head to Draenor, most likely as a feeder for the other characters should they need materials.
Rokk is my Orc Windwalker Monk. He went from a question mark character to the first one through Draenor.
Aultan is my Orc Warrior. The second character through Draenor, and the one who might be tapped as PVP killer.
Telaura, female Orc Hunter, and no joke she reached 100 by accident. I wasn’t even pushing for her to cap. She was simply a character I was using as practice, since it had been so long since I’d played a hunter. Next thing I knew, BLAM 100.