Zindari – The Blades of Tropic Jungle

In the newest history Zindari the Troll Rogue was the last char that I created. This is strange, cause rogues have always been one of my favourite classes. Three reasons why they're even cooler to play now: 1. Massive powerful class upgrades. From the times that I tried rogues first they've become ultimate assassins. Now … Continue reading Zindari – The Blades of Tropic Jungle


Chitsuro – Roundhouse Kicks and Chi Balls

As all of WoW experience before Pandaria was devoted to clashing of blades and hurling balls of magic into everything in sight, the players eagerly clutched the ability to beat the shit out of enemies with bare knuckles and toes. Oh my god! I can really level up as a ninja? The opportunity is especially … Continue reading Chitsuro – Roundhouse Kicks and Chi Balls

Schlitzchen – Totemic Exile of Kezan

That's a tricky name for an English reader at a first glance. Nevertheless, it's pronounced quite easily: ['ʃlits'hen]. It's composed from two parts: 'Schlitz' (means "slot") in German and "-chen" (as in "hen") is the German feminine word ending (like in "Mädchen" - "girlie"). The name is an obvious hint for the most defining role which she … Continue reading Schlitzchen – Totemic Exile of Kezan

Mayluna – Under the Light of The Moon

There was no other possible choice of race when I wanted to start a druid. Of course it should have been a sleek and yet bestial Night Elf. The main reason for which I turned my eye on druids was their healing capability. It's not that I'm in fond of keeping everyone alive (and feeling … Continue reading Mayluna – Under the Light of The Moon

Rottenshield – The Fury of the Forsaken

Strange enough, I don't like double-spec characters. It's pretty embarassing when you learn and master your char up to 90 and going through hardest challenges, then switch to another and find out that you can't properly kill a bunny at your farm (true story). So when I want to try a new spec, it is … Continue reading Rottenshield – The Fury of the Forsaken

Microfury – The Newest Strains of Demonic Affliction

Strange enough, I tend to start my caster characters at Alliance while Horde is more about simpler ways of clawing through the calamities of the world. Thus when I thought of trying a warlock, I chose another girl from my favourite Gnome race. Meet Microfury! Do you think gnomes are fitting warlock ways best? Warlock paths … Continue reading Microfury – The Newest Strains of Demonic Affliction

Ilmari – The Spear of Silvermoon

The Blood Elf Paladin Ilmari was my very first melee char to travel through Azeroth lands. As I'm accustomed to kill the creatures without them reaching me, I was a bit afraid to start a character who will spend most of his life face-to-face with monsters - and inside the melee range of deadliest boss abilities … Continue reading Ilmari – The Spear of Silvermoon

Backston – Blood and Petals

For the name "Backston" I had to scratch the back of my head a little. Obviously humans in Azeroth wear normal names, so no fantasy pseudo-elvish stuff will do. Obviously all normal names were taken long ago. Adding an extra letter - like in Laaura - is an unmistaken sign of feeble imagination. Seriously, you … Continue reading Backston – Blood and Petals

Salash – Where the Wild Boars Roam

Salash is my pioneer from the Horde faction. She had to grind her way up from the start, with no help and gold from other chars which perfectly suited the harsh ways of Durotar warriors. She's a bit grim but good-hearted: fascism of Kor'Kron strongly contradicts her ways of life so she gladly joined the uprising … Continue reading Salash – Where the Wild Boars Roam

Micromantica – the Chilly Pulse of Gnomeregan

Let's get acquainted with my characters. During the series of posts I will unveil what's hidden behind their faces (updated soon in WoD heh). I reveal not only my feelings and experience about choosing and playing race/class/professions. Each character is - well, character. It's never a sack of pixels intended for grinding equipment or earning … Continue reading Micromantica – the Chilly Pulse of Gnomeregan