I keep logging into my mage I transferred to MG, seeing you in Orgrimmar and staring in awe and wonder

Warchief Vol’jin noticed me? My dreams of Kor’kron have come true, the boss has noticed! 

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But seriously you flatter me. Thank you.

WoD IC raiding

So in WoD I plan to do IC raiding of Blackrock Foundry (A part of it) and so far me and vaknosh have got some pretty sweet ideas/its shaping up great. Im excited. 

peashooter85:

The Madness of the Zhengde Emperor,
When the Hongzhi Emperor died in 1505, it was expected that his eldest son, Zhu Houzhou would continue his legacy of peace, prosperity, and good governance.  However the newly crowned Zhengde Emperor quickly became a mad despot who was drunk with power and alcohol.  As his empire decayed around him, the Zhengde Emperor cared little for matters of state, spending most of his time dining on fine foods, enjoying the company of various women, and living a life of resplendent luxury at the cost of the Empire.  Throughout Beijing he order built numerous “bao fang” or special palaces filled with exotic animals and of course, women. One palace he accidentally burned down while playing with gunpowder. It wasn’t long before the coffers of China were empty due to the Zhengde Emperor’s excesses. 
In 1519 a noble and imperial family member named Zhu Chenhao revolted against the Empire in Jiangxi Province, kicking off a short lived rebellion called the Prince of Ning Rebellion.  The Zhengde Emperor raised a mighty army which he intended to personally lead against the rebels.  However, his dreams of battlefield glory and grandeur were cut short when he arrived to discover that a local administrator had already put down the rebellion with local forces.  Frustrated, he ordered Zhu Chenhao and the rebels rearmed and released, so that the Zhenghe Emperor could quash the rebellion again with his army.  He then ordered the leaders of the rebellion executed by slicing.  Zhu Chenhao committed suicide to avoid such a fate.
Perhaps one of the Zhengde Emperor’s most odd acts was to pretend that he wasn’t an emperor at all.  It was not uncommon for him to dress as a commoner and attend the various brothels of Beijing.  One of his oddest behaviors was to order the construction of a massive palace, the insides of which recreated the market and residential districts of Beijing.  He ordered his ministers, eunuchs, guards, and servants to pretend to be merchants and ordinary people while he strolled the streets, also dressed as a non-assuming average Joe.  Those who refused to play along were punished, removed from their posts, or even executed.
In 1521 the Zhengde Emperor was out on a drunken boating excursion on the Grand Canal when he fell in and almost drowned.  He contract an illness from the waters of canal and died shortly afterwards.  His legacy of neglect, childish behavior, and excess would become a standard for future Ming Dynasty rulers, which ultimately led to the dynasty’s collapse in 1644.

I love history. 

peashooter85:

The Madness of the Zhengde Emperor,

When the Hongzhi Emperor died in 1505, it was expected that his eldest son, Zhu Houzhou would continue his legacy of peace, prosperity, and good governance.  However the newly crowned Zhengde Emperor quickly became a mad despot who was drunk with power and alcohol.  As his empire decayed around him, the Zhengde Emperor cared little for matters of state, spending most of his time dining on fine foods, enjoying the company of various women, and living a life of resplendent luxury at the cost of the Empire.  Throughout Beijing he order built numerous “bao fang” or special palaces filled with exotic animals and of course, women. One palace he accidentally burned down while playing with gunpowder. It wasn’t long before the coffers of China were empty due to the Zhengde Emperor’s excesses. 

In 1519 a noble and imperial family member named Zhu Chenhao revolted against the Empire in Jiangxi Province, kicking off a short lived rebellion called the Prince of Ning Rebellion.  The Zhengde Emperor raised a mighty army which he intended to personally lead against the rebels.  However, his dreams of battlefield glory and grandeur were cut short when he arrived to discover that a local administrator had already put down the rebellion with local forces.  Frustrated, he ordered Zhu Chenhao and the rebels rearmed and released, so that the Zhenghe Emperor could quash the rebellion again with his army.  He then ordered the leaders of the rebellion executed by slicing.  Zhu Chenhao committed suicide to avoid such a fate.

Perhaps one of the Zhengde Emperor’s most odd acts was to pretend that he wasn’t an emperor at all.  It was not uncommon for him to dress as a commoner and attend the various brothels of Beijing.  One of his oddest behaviors was to order the construction of a massive palace, the insides of which recreated the market and residential districts of Beijing.  He ordered his ministers, eunuchs, guards, and servants to pretend to be merchants and ordinary people while he strolled the streets, also dressed as a non-assuming average Joe.  Those who refused to play along were punished, removed from their posts, or even executed.

In 1521 the Zhengde Emperor was out on a drunken boating excursion on the Grand Canal when he fell in and almost drowned.  He contract an illness from the waters of canal and died shortly afterwards.  His legacy of neglect, childish behavior, and excess would become a standard for future Ming Dynasty rulers, which ultimately led to the dynasty’s collapse in 1644.

I love history. 

the-art-pimpette:

cosbyykidd:

afro-glasses:

metalfacedvillain:

THE FUCK WAS REN AND STIMPY ACTUALLY?

What the fuck 😂😂

?????

WHAT THE FUCK

Across 3 servers I've played on there aren't any characters that synergize like ours do. You've said so yourself. But purely by an unfortunate fucking act of painful serendipity instead I have to pretend to like watching your character with someone else, who you've more or less bent your character into fitting. It feels artificial and I don't like it and now I have to feel like a bad person for not wanting to watch it.
Anonymous

zulzandalvolkuza:

spinesaw:

regalswag:

spinesaw:

terminalpleasure:

These “our characters should be in a relationship and it’s bad that they aren’t” secrets are getting kinda creepy.

lmao this nigga

'painful serendipity'

stop being a bitch ass fuck pining for someone’s fake ass character on the internet and go outside 

nice guy

m’lady

painful serendipity should be a spell one of the argent bosses uses 

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LOL

There are characters owned by others that I want to ship together so bad because they would be perfect.
Anonymous

pyrar jessipalooza is this you. 

Me in a nutshell. 

Me in a nutshell. 

makkochi:

ZUG ZUG DAZE

makkochi:

ZUG ZUG DAZE

wethatkindoforc:

thats-so-ravenholm:

nice n’ sharp

Goodness gracious me

wethatkindoforc:

thats-so-ravenholm:

nice n’ sharp

Goodness gracious me

zanjoo-is-goob:

korkrunchcereal:

fortuneofnickels:

Durotan wore Stormfangs fur until the end of his days. A constant reminder of the old wolfs courage and loyalty, but, a reminder also that even the most noble of orcs may fall prey to the savagery within. [x]

Hold on a sec. Since when did Durotan pierce his tusks to be nearly identical to Groms?

But they aren’t identical. Grommash has two rings on his right tusk and the band on his left.

Durotan has 1 ring on his left tusk and the band on his right. 

Why I said nearly identical. Switch them and add an extra ring in the tooth and it’s the same.