Ack! Thanksgiving left me without much time to play. That’s okay good times with family is always worth it.
I got back into WoW right away after craving it for days. Realizing that I just need to put in some time on some of my toons, I did some dungeons with Schubert and my first roic with Rossini the lock. He also managed to get his enchanting to level 450! It’s awesome. Hopefully now I can turn it into a little cash.
I had an e-mail conversation with Repgrind the other day. We were talking about what if Cataclysm things really fell apart. Like WAY apart. That one dude Garrosh seems to be messing things up on the Horde side pretty well and so I started to think what if the Horde and the Alliance fell even further into separation. What if there was a third or possibly even a 4th faction!??! It would really mess things up. It’s practically impossible to implement as a split like that would leave NE friends now not so friendly with their humans. But if we entertain the idea for a little bit where would people end up? What would the new alliances be? After much conversation with her and figuring out what is most logical based on the lore, here’s what we came up with….
WTF? Death Knights as a faction? Well it seems to make the most sense to us. Toss them in with their undead friends and the Blood Elf sufferers. I did mention that if I found out that Repgrinds DK Kalyon was responsible for Elgar’s mothers death back in the Plaguelands I’m pretty sure even if he was a member of the Alliance that Elgar would have a really hard looking past the past to someone who is now “reformed” as a friend. No. Not going to happen. Thank god Elgar doesn’t role play! Ha ha!
Obviously this faction mix up will not happen, but sometimes you have to wonder how it would all work out if things really started to fall apart. I sometimes do wonder how the other Alliance race leaders take to the human King’s hot temper. Some of those videos like the Ulduar release video made me hate the King. Don’t tell him though.
Anyways, good times with bored e-mails at work. Ha ha. To leave on a fun note, today we happened across this link from Felicia Day. I never laughed so hard.