Mogolympics Concludes
Sep03

Mogolympics Concludes

The final week of Mogolympics arrived with our last three medal events – Equestrian, Freestyle and Fencing. The criteria: Equestrian – Build an outfit to compliment one of the horse mounts in the game. (Faction limitations apply, so no Orcs on a Stormwind pony) Fencing – Time for some swordplay. Build your best outfit around the 1h sword of your choice. Freestyle – Build your own NPC. Equestrian (Death Knight Plate) Head:...

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Mogolympics Midway Mark
Aug28

Mogolympics Midway Mark

Here we are, past the half-way mark for the Mogolympics. This week revealed the results for the Wrestling, Javelin and Archery events. The Criteria: Wrestling – Using one of the “championship” belts, design your own Azerothian pro wrestler Javelin – Build an outfit around the polearm of your choice Archery – Build an outfit around your favourite bow Here are my contributions: Wrestling (Mail) Head: Arc-Scorched Helmet Shoulder:...

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Mogolympics Begins
Aug22

Mogolympics Begins

As the first week of Mogolympics drew to a close, three of the nine medal results were revealed. But in case you missed out on the Opening Ceremony, take a moment to check it out. So far we’ve seen a wide range of really great mogs. I really don’t envy the judges or JD for that matter – especially with 40+ competitors to get through. As a recap, I was representing Ramkahen for this epic event. The criteria for each...

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Lost Entry in the Cyclist Round
Aug18

Lost Entry in the Cyclist Round

So it appears The Aldor representative was not the only one who was left out of the first round of the Mogolympics. I recently became aware of a race known as the Hozen who wanted to enter but didn’t know how to get to the Slaughtered Lamb (or own a tabard for that matter). So after hearing about their plight, I took it upon myself to post their entry here. However, I think Ook-Ook in Stormstout Brewery summed it up perfectly...

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Ramkahen Representative
Jul03

Ramkahen Representative

The cat-people of the Ramkahen are the distant but direct descendants of the Tol’vir – much like what the Dwarves are to the Earthen. Protecting Titan secrets remains part of their rigid tradition despite losing their stone bodies. The curse of flesh caused them to turn into the fleshy, wingless versions of their former selves. The process can be reverted by powerful beings such as Siamat, as a ‘reward’ for swearing...

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