This blog and podcast are here because of my love and frustration with Warcraft lore.
I've been playing World of Warcraft on and off since early 2005. Originally as a Dwarf hunter, later became a Troll Mage, later a Tauren Druid, and of late I spend most of my time playing a Troll Death Knight.
On personal level I struggle with learning disability that effects my ability to write. With the help of my wife and Marathanes I'm able to have them look at my work and point out errors I wouldn't otherwise see. My brain likes to skip words, substitute the wrong word and often spell things wrong 'it' and 'is' 'do' and 'to' for example. 'Very' and 'never' would be another example of my problem. Over the years I have gotten better at spotting these mistakes but from time to time I'll look at post that I think is ok then post it and come back a week later and wonder how anyone can read the darn thing. So I ask you bare with me. My wife and Marathanes are good but I'm a fair bit of trouble.
When not playing World of Warcraft I enjoy woodworking, gardening and reading. Nothing overly remarkable but I like it.
This week it is my great pleasure to welcome another lover of lore, Roger from WoW Dawgs and For the Lore! Part of Warcraft Podcasting Class of 2008. This is the fifth interview in my History of Warcraft Podcasting series. During the interview we talk about everything from his start in podcasting to why he is not a fan of Richard Knaaks writing. With a bit of Mass Effect comics talk in the middle.
It was my great pleasure to welcome Rich Fisher or Horde for Life and Ego Networks onto Grand Old Podcast this week. This is the sixth interview in my History of Warcraft Podcasting series or #HoWP for you twitter people out there. During out interview we talk about everything from old MMO's and how they effect podcasters perspective on World of Warcraft to how podcasting changes your view on other podcasters, and much, much more. It great interview clocking in at just under three hours.
This week I have the great pleasure to welcome Ophelie & Oestrus of the Double O Podcast. This is the seventh interview in my History of Warcraft Podcasting series. We talk about everything from art in Warcraft, blogging, healing and Michael Sacco. Its a great show. I hope you all enjoy it.
This week I have the great pleasure of having Octale station Owner of Versus the World Productions, and as well as host of shows such as Octale and Hordak vs The World, Show X, and One Dumb Jock. This is far and away one of my favorite interviews to date both is conducting it and listening too it. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.
This weeks episode History of Warcraft Podcast interview takes us back with a man that hasn't just podcasted about World of Warcraft, but also Star Wars Galaxies, and Star Wars The Old Republic. Asros aka Brian Waggoner. It was great fun talk about all of Brian's projects from Gamecast Online & Taverncast to Jedi Council Podcast and TORWars. I think you all will enjoy this interview.
"Love life at the top of your lungs" This week I have the kelp keeper himself of the Darkmoon Herald Walsh. He talks about everything from the raise and fall of the P.O.W. W.O.W. podcast. Why Skolnick and Warcraft less Traveled is such a great podcast, Why Arthas is the story of Darth Vader done well and how Kevin stole that idea. How Walsh got pulled into World of Warcraft, our thoughts on Itunes and stitcher, kelp, and much more!
This week it is my great honor to talking to Rustee of the Slash 2 podcast, and the Ready Check Podcast. This interview was so big I spit it into two parts. The second part can be found in episode 78. Some of the topics we talked about included how Rustee got into Podcasting, Blizzcon, Blizzcast, Raiding, Warlocks, loot drama and much much more.