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Date Registered:October 23, 2009
Date last online:October 23, 2009

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Battlegrounds :: Alterac Valley


I admit, I never really played AV until recently. I know that, in order to win it, you're really supposed to down the opposite faction leader... But I've found that I do enjoy the times when it's just us and them, holding the line, the occasional brave (foolish) soul trying to cross into the other side and getting cut down in the massive incoming damage from the casters in the back and the melee in the front who are all angry about the encroaching opponent.

It's a great feeling to watch your enemies falling back as you push harder and harder into the fray.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Boss Encounters :: Molten Core


Even at 80, this dungeon offers an epic feeling, complete with scaling debuffs (like the one that reduces all incoming heals by 90%) or the armor reducing one off of golemagg. Such epic fights across the board, and Ragnaros is still fun as hell today.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Boss Encounters :: Molten Core :: Ragnaros

Boss Encounters :: Onyxia's Lair

Boss Encounters :: Onyxia's Lair :: Onyxia Solo


Solo'ed as a Holy Paladin, took me 46 minutes. Air phase alone took about 30 of those minutes, just because Holy paladins don't exactly have the greatest DPS, and having to chase her all over the place while regaining mana off the whelps wasn't easy. Holy Shock, Exo, Judge, wait five seconds... repeat.

Yeah, took awhile, but it never got boring. I'm just glad there was no enrage timer there.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Boss Encounters :: Temple of Ahn'Qiraj


Ellyndia pretty much sums it up perfectly.

I like that even at 80, some of these fights are just incredibly difficult. C'Thun isn't much, but Prophet Skeram still requires at least 3 people to do it, and the Twin Emperors, even now, can easily burn out a 20-man group full of 80's.

I wish some of the newer content had this level of epic feeling to it. Now it seems to be like turning a combination lock and getting your gear and moving on to a new combination lock.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Boss Encounters :: Ulduar :: Flame Leviathan


I really enjoyed the Flame Levi fight, especially the initial approach. Wiping on Levi wasn't too good, though, because then he was just sitting there in the middle, waiting to be engaged. The first time you fight him in any given lockout period is the best, because he comes crashing through the doors in such a dramatic entrance.

Also, I'd like to say that 4-manning him on 25-man Ulduar is *really* fun to do, especially when you get the sense of accomplishment afterwards.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Capital Cities


I wish there were more things to do in the capital cities... I mean, you've got the bank, AH, trainers, vendors, and that's really about it. They need mini-games or something, something different, just to break the cycles that a lot of WoW players develop.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Capital Cities :: Ironforge

Capital Cities :: Stormwind


My main is a human (as is every other character I've ever played), so Stormwind's got a special place in my heart. I do wish the instance portals around the city were open, though. I'd love to see what's in that instance in the little prison in the Canals, and I definitely want to know what's in the instance behind the gate in the city walls. Hopefully that will get opened up soon, perhaps in Cataclysm.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Characters :: Humans :: Bolvar Fordragon


Bolvar represents not only the Might of the Alliance, but also the good that can be found in all of us. I think that's why people like him so much (i'm one of those people). He's good, believes in honor and valor, and he's also pretty awesome in a fight.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Dungeons :: Eastern Kingdoms :: Scholomance


I definitely recall Scholo with some fondness because of the Paladin's Charger Quest. There's something special in that undead-filled festering school of the damned... besides flesh-rot, I mean.

Scholo also happened to require quite a bit of farming for the Insane Title FoS, but somehow, it never really bothered me. I liked the layout a lot, and I felt it was challenging, even at much higher levels, just because of the various ways you can do it.

To note, at level 80, pulling the entire first main room and line-of-sighting them around a corner makes for some very impressive AoE dps. Looting the subsequent mass grave, however... not so fun.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Screenshots :: Bosses and Mobs :: Many whelps, handle it!

Screenshots :: Bugs - Glitches :: Among giants.


Wow! What did you have? I'm guessing Noggenfogger and Baby Spice, but I feel like i'm missing another buff... Gnomish World-Enlarging Ray, perhaps?

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Screenshots :: Bugs - Glitches :: Secret path above Undercity


Meh, not a huge fan of exploit screenshots... something about them always makes me think "Wow, this person wants everyone to know how cool he is because he can exploit something in a game."

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Screenshots :: Toons - Gear :: Slow PuGs, Fun Times


Boredom does some terrible things to us, doesn't it?

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

Screenshots :: World Pics :: Night time flight


Calm, quiet, has a sense of peace about it, where you can imagine just riding through the cool night air on the back of your faithful steed (or gryphon, in this case). I like it. Nothing truly epic about the picture, but it's still a great one for the feeling.

Hyperious, on October 23, 2009

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