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WoW + Twitter = Fellowship

23 Mar

When you hang out with people that share your interests, day in and day out, you tend to form a bit of a bond. Sometimes those bonds lead to small things like guest posts on blogs, sometimes it leads to bigger things like rolling new toons or transferring existing ones to play alongside one another, and other times it evolves into something far bigger such as my marriage to @Fynralyl (WoT-based relationship [RAFO], not WoW-based).

A couple of my friends on twitter have joined with me over the last week or so for a bit of blogging, and I would like to direct you to their respective posts.

The first one I already mentioned in a referential blog post to tie into the guest post that I did for him, but I would like to link you once again to Death Knight Tanks: What Cataclysm Means For You, hosted by Roger at For The Lore.

Now we have the newer post which hasn’t been mentioned on the blog yet. It’s a collaborative work between Anexxia from Bible of Dreams and myself that took place on Twitter and was prompted by some of our other WoW Tweeps as well. I give you the ultimate attack rotation, The Auto-Att’Wok!

You haven’t seen my mad MS Paint skills until you’ve taken a look at that Auto-Att’Wok post.



Folks on Twitter told me to use curly hair to show that Miss Nexxi wasn’t Mr. Nexxi, but it just kept looking like I was giving her horns instead. So I went with the second most common method of differentiating male/female, which was to add a skirt. If you don’t like my skirt, or can’t tell that it’s a skirt, well then…bite me, it’s a skirt I tell you!

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Posted by on March 23, 2010 in Blog

 

7 responses to “WoW + Twitter = Fellowship

  1. anexxia

    March 23, 2010 at 9:10 AM

    hehehe I could do a nice swishy dance in that skirt I tell ya!
    ;)

    I love when twitter inspires me to write, and am happy it’s helped me find and get to know more folks like you who enjoy blogging/playing/dreaming about WoW. And that Auto-Att’wok exchange,on an otherwise unremarkable Friday morning, made me giggle for hours.

    P.S. MS Paint = win!

     
  2. anafielle

    March 23, 2010 at 9:26 AM

    Twitter is fantastic. It has certainly provided me with tons of procrastination when work is slow!

    I used to be a twitter hater – probably because I use it for work way too much. But I am so glad I made the decision to start wow tweeting. I have felt personally engaged with the wow community ever since I started, and it’s a really cool way to engage with everyone! And I feel like I’ve gotten to know a lot of bloggers – and been inspired to really pick mine up. :)

    Nice skirt :D

     
    • Psynister

      March 23, 2010 at 10:25 AM

      The world can always use a little bit more procrastination. ;)

      I’ve only ever used Twitter in a social way, never for business purposes, so it’s always been enjoyable for me. It didn’t take long for me to find the WoW crowd in there and once I did I basically dumped half of my followers, the ones not interested in WoW, because it was a completely different atmosphere that wasn’t especially enjoyable.

      The WoW crowd is definitely where it’s at for Twitter.

       
  3. Asmenedas

    March 23, 2010 at 12:42 PM

    I must admit that while I have plenty of non-WoW friends on Twitter,
    jumping on board with the WoW Tweeps has added an awful lot of
    really cool things to my Twitter feed that I can use to blow through
    time at work…er I mean learn alot of things in my spare time…totally
    at home. ;)

    Seriously, just today I’ve read several blogs about the new patch
    and at no point did I feel like I’d wanted my time back.

    I also talk alot (obviously) and have gain alot of followers and followings
    in the last few days.

    Thanks for putting this together. Now go help Cynwise with her leveling. :)

     
  4. Roger

    March 24, 2010 at 6:13 PM

    lol.

    My stick figure looks mighty cocky.

    It was great having you write up that entry for me. I would love to have you write more for For The Lore. I respect your writing… and you.

    As I said before, if you ever need anything, just let me know.

     

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