Past Blizzcons!

I write for the blog for Azeroth Adoption Agency, which is WoW guild that’s devoting to helping people adopt out in game pets. One of the things I do is write the Throwback Thursday stuff. It’s pretty basic: Leeeroy Jenkins, Illegal Danish, Kazzak does Stormwind, etc. Well, coming up soon is a Blizzcon feature, and it got me thinking.

Why nto share some photos here? They’re not the same as the ones I shared there (with one exception), and I have plenty of photos. So here they are!

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10 x 10 Reading Things

Steph’s 10 times 10 Bookish Things

This is going to be quite the set of lists. Feel free to back out now. All of these are in no particular order.

Ten Favorite Authors
Jacqueline Carey
Tamora Pierce
John Scalzi
Anne Bishop
Roald Dahl
Mercedes Lackey
Richelle Mead
Scott Westerfeld
Marissa Meyer
J.D. Robb

Ten Favorite Books (all time)
Kushiel’s Dart – Jacqueline Carey
The Princess Bride – William Goldman
The Last Unicorn – Peter S Beagle
Ready Player One – Ernest Cline
The Crystal Singer – Anne McCaffrey
Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore – Robin Sloan
The Last Dragonlord – Joanne Bertin
The Phantom Tollbooth – Norton Juster
The Story of Ferdinand – Munro Leaf
Divergent – Veronica Roth

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I got my Terky!

Phadre, Terky, and an unnamed murloc

Terky was only available in Taiwan as part of the iCoke promotion originally, but now he’s available to everyone. At least, I think all servers can get him. His egg is hiding out in Borean Tundra, in the Riplash ruins (all the way to the south). You have to go to the north east most tip of the ruins, and fall into the water. There’s a crack of a cave entrance down a ways that lets you into the cave his egg is in.

On Cenarius, this place is a madhouse. I don’t know if they just lumped us with a dozen other servers or what,  but there must have been  200 people there. Everyone and their molten corgi made it worse by deploying every toy they could to clutter things up. I was really lucky in that I snagged it in about 5 minutes of waiting.

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