This story is about centaurs. Twelve years ago, Sionis Sepher, acting on behalf of the Alliance, initiated war with a clan of centaurs in the isolated deserts of Desolace. The Magram Centaur clan had been at war with the Gelkis clan for ages. The two tribes saw fundamental flaws in their approaches to life and… Continue reading WoW: Peace in Desolace
We continued on our trek, setting up at least four more traps before we reached the wooden pikes of the horde defensive. When we rode in, orc warriors rushed to the gates behind us, but we had put a good distance between us and the demons below. “Hail friends,” the chieftain Thrall said as… Continue reading Season 4 — Episode 5: Mount Hyjal (Pt. 2)
Apologies for the long delay in posting! While there hasn't been anything new on the front page, I assure you that it was all for good reason. For the last 8 years, give or take a few months, I have created "WoW Adventures" within the videogame World of Warcraft. One story, titled The Name of… Continue reading WoW Adventures Now Live!
The Internet. It's something that my wife and I use every day. It's as important in our home as electricity and hot water. Our work, entertainment, and even our home depends on its constant connection to keep everything moving. Over the years we've struggled to find the right solution to our networking woes. Generally, we would… Continue reading Updating the Home Infrastructure
I know we've all talked about it. You know. The elephant in the room... Breaking free from Facebook. For a long time now, I've used Facebook quite passively. I told myself I was keeping it for my family. Most of the friends I had added through the years had either drifted or straight up left… Continue reading Pulling the Plug on Facebook
During the 2016 holiday season, we were gifted with several family board games. The most important of which was Pandemic Iberia. Pandemic Iberia is a standalone game, which means you can just grab a copy and play away. On that note, I highly recommend that any fans of Pandemic pick up a copy of this game. For… Continue reading The Curse of Pandemic: Iberia
Owning a house has proven to be one of the biggest joint adventures in our family life so far, and as we're approaching the summer I can't say how thankful I am that we decided to move forward with the idea last year when we still had time. Our home was owned by only one other person, who… Continue reading Homestead Report – April 2017