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[1551] Of God attended Michigan

I just have to share this. I simply have to. Sid Meier is a Michigan alum. Yup. God attended Michigan.

[1351] Of Halo 3

Turn your speaker on, loudly please… …because Halo 3 has gone gold. Damn. I’ve always loved the ambient sound.

Beware of he who would deny you access to information, for in his heart he dreams himself your master. — Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri, Commissioner Pravin Lal, “U.N. Declaration of Rights” Eid Mubarak.

Yeah, I know. I know. That’s a lame entry title. Unoriginal. But they say, it’s a form of flattery. This one was taken near Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur (tag); in front of a shoe store. Some passersby noticed me while I was taking the photo. And there was this WTF-kind of expression on their face. […]

World of Warcraft in-game economy is confusing to say the least. To be fair, it’s confusing at the first glance and it will make sense after awhile. While I was browsing an in-game auction house for materials that I needed to brew a few potions, I found that that the price of the end product […]

[528] Of Onyxia the dragon

I’m currently preparing for a guild raid on Oxynia. Oxynia is a dragon, an terrible one, in the World of Warcraft. There are two more steps that I need to take before the most anticipated event by my guild, Sanct, in this MMORPG start. Sanct is probably one of the largest guilds on server Destromath, […]

[515] Of FTW!

A shoutout. Welcome Jun to World of Warcraft! FTW!

The reason why World of Warcraft is currently the best MMORPG of all time and why it is a bestselling game. Though I was not in that successful raid of the filthy Orc’s capital as shown in the video, I did join another raid on the same city yesterday. Result? That’s me. Dead. Another many […]

[485] Of the Warcraft’s equation

I’m proposing a new equation. Weekends + World of Warcraft = lack of sleep The first test ran smoothly and I already missed a meeting between Environmental Justice, Amnesty International and SOLE yesterday because I needed to catch up with a generation of lost sleep. The fact that I needed to catch up with my […]

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