Season 4 — Episode 5: Mount Hyjal (Pt. 2)

  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)

Season 4 — Episode 4: Mount Hyjal (Pt. 1)

  Leaving Theramore Isle was painful for me. It had become a symbol of stability in an unstable time. We left the elderly and a small group of young men and women that could defend the small settlement from harm if they were attacked by a stray force here or there. Everyone else was put… Continue reading Season 4 — Episode 4: Mount Hyjal (Pt. 1)

Season 4 — Episode 3: Life In Theramore

  It wasn’t a long fight before the orcs were finally pushed back. While their retreat was enjoyable to watch, the devastation they had left behind was noticeable. Several of the sick and elderly had been cut down without a chance to defend themselves, while the stronger soldiers had been distracted by the fighting. Angus… Continue reading Season 4 — Episode 3: Life In Theramore

Season 4 — Episode 2: A Dark New World

  We didn’t sail for long before we came to face the mighty maelstrom that had claimed so many ships in the past. It was a bane for any sailor who drifted too far from the coast. Jaina’s fleet, however, had the power of several hundred mages, and the experience of sailors hailing from Kul… Continue reading Season 4 — Episode 2: A Dark New World

Season 4 — Episode 1: Fighting the Legion

Sionis Sepher hit the ground in a hard roll before springing up with an Ice Lance at the ready. It hurled through the air, impaling a demonic being through the chest and sending it to the ground with a thunderous crash. Fel-fire swirled through the air, just missing him and exploding on the ground nearby.… Continue reading Season 4 — Episode 1: Fighting the Legion

Updating the Home Infrastructure

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