Category Archives: Real Life

Strength from Weakness

I want to do my part, but sometimes it just isn’t enough if I do it alone. So I hold onto my acorn and wait. Trust me… I will fight by your side!   I may get scared sometimes. I … Continue reading

Posted in Lore, Real Life

Why I Closed Comments Early

I’ve always kept comments open for two weeks after I post something, then they close automatically.  Today, I closed comments early on my post from yesterday. No one said or did anything wrong. I didn’t have to do anything except … Continue reading

Posted in Real Life, WoW Blogs

What am I doing if I’m not blogging?

Before I get into the post, go see the picture Kamalia drew of the Khaz Modan Cheese of the Month Club! It’s the most awesome thing ever! Those of you who have read the stories I’ve written as Fizzy Stouthammer … Continue reading

Posted in Druid, Dungeons, Real Life | 2 Comments

I love you all. Now go away.

This is not the Brann Bronzebeard post. It’s not a Yetimus post. It has nothing to do with healing. This is a post about why I’m not writing those other posts. There are too many people reading this blog. There … Continue reading

Posted in Real Life

Game Priorities – Please Mind Your Business, Not Mine

I’m feeling a lot of frustration lately with some of “the WoW community”. (Let’s face it… there is no “WoW community”. There are many smaller communities within the enormous chunk of people who play WoW.) I think some of this … Continue reading

Posted in Catering to the Casuals, Dungeons, Real Life | 32 Comments

Recommended Reading – Tanks, Being Nice, and Social Anxiety Revisited

Blizzard has blessed (and cursed) us with answers to some lore questions in the latest round of Ask Creative Development Q&A. There are a couple of answers in there that really jump out at me and stir up some thought, … Continue reading

Posted in Real Life, WoW Blogs | 4 Comments

Intellect Issues

Crusaders… I am convinced that they are a unique lot amongst the humans. My theory is that they lack higher brain function, unable to logically assess a situation and calculate an outcome. One has only to make mention of the … Continue reading

Posted in Catering to the Casuals, Real Life | 6 Comments