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Yet another tank and spank.

Massdesign, on October 23, 2009 05:37:19   [ Reply ] 


Yep, also Gal'darah can spank your paper healers. If you doing it while you are leveling ofc.

Spellbreak, on October 23, 2009 10:43:16   [ Reply ] 


Im gonna spill yer guts mon.

Rivfader02, on October 24, 2009 05:31:09   [ Reply ] 


This is the Drakkari capital, the only large city in Zul'Drak and the home to the Drakkari Frost King. It is a massive place, with thick walls, tall guard towers and heavy gates. Inside, the buildings are tiered and covered in steps, and wind about one another like a nest of small animals, each fitting into the next. The architecture here is almost identical to that of Zuldazar, in the South Seas. The Drakkari are crude and violent, but there is a modicum of organization in the city. Women and whelps handle most of the cleaning, food preparation and clothing needs. Those unfit for battle do manual labor or simple crafts. Many of the buildings have rough carvings along their walls, and war trophies are interspersed with furs. Chores are handled quickly and efficiently to make time for drinking, eating and combat. Warriors fight frequently, from mere wrestling matches to armed death duels, and brawls occur at every meal. Rather than stop this, the Frost King uses these conflicts to gauge the strength of his warriors, selecting the victors for favored missions. Of course, the Drakkari do not welcome visitors - at least, not as guests. Sometimes, a warrior who has demonstrated his strength may be invited to dine with the Drakkari and his safety is then guaranteed until the end of the meal. After that, however, he may find himself a target of the assembled tribes. Trolls are unpredictable, though, so an adventurer attempting this tactic may find himself part of the meal. The best way to enter Gundrak is by slipping in unnoticed. Sometimes the Drakkari are too busy fighting and drinking to look down.

Tortus, on October 24, 2009 09:59:51 (edited once)   [ Reply ] 


Love running this place when I can convince the healer that he's not needed and should use his offspec to dps

Krazzie, on January 27, 2010 01:54:56   [ Reply ] 
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