WARCRAFT FACEBOOK STREAM TEST

Blizzard launched it’s new streaming service today via it’s Launcher program.  It’s currently in Beta so you can bet that things will change and get tweaked as it progresses forward.  Currently it streams only to Facebook Live, but I’m sure it will change as there other social media sites that are also integrating a live streaming […]

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We started our Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition adventure off with Hoard of the Dragon Queen.  Within that book are several adventures based within a campaign setting called The Tyranny of Dragons.  It was designed to take your character from level 1 to level 7.  It is also designed to give you a crash course […]

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Xbox One: Uhm.. Er.. Huh?

The word around the internet can have a big impact on business.  From Twitter to Facebook, that word is the voice of the consumer.  If someone makes a product and said consumer is not happy with it; then you can bet that company is going to receive much negative flak. I really don’t think that’s […]

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Back to Azeroth Day 1

March 22nd, 2009. Day 1. After having given up on Norrath and it’s super crappy graphics (well, i’ve not completely given up, I’m going to adventure into that realm at least once more sometime in the next few days; be sure to keep an eye on the Adventure Journal for that entry), I decided to […]

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Return to Norrath Day 3

March 14, 2009. Day 3. Okay, what did I do today..  I discovered that players can have their own NPC “traders” where they sell their goodies.  The problem, there is nothing to keep the item’s worth in check.  I found a Firebrand sword (i think that’s what it was called) on one trader for 30K […]

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Return to Norrath Day 2

March 13th, 2009.  Day 2. After 3 days they (Sony)  finally restored my character because the previous server I was on (Stormhammer) no longer existed.  I called them and at first they were wanting to charge me $50.00 a character to transfer.  I argued that there was no way I was going to pay 200 […]

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