Often, when we talk about weird foods, they are out of Japan. This time the foodie oddity is from South Korea in the form of a cooking show with a World of Warcraft theme. The show’s name translates to “Wow!
This accomplishment must have cost this guy his sanity. You see those stats? Those are the stats for the first person known to have unlocked all of the 2057 achievements currently available in World of Warcraft.
12-year old Norweigan Hans Jørgen Olsen saved himself and his sister from being harmed by an angry moose by emulating skills he learned from World of Warcraft. According to NextNature, the Olsen siblings “trespassed the territory of the moose during a walk in the forest near their home.”
Only someone who’s a complete stranger to the world of gaming would think that World of Lordcraft is an original IP. So, is the craft of lords better than that of war? In short: No. But it is way funnier.
There’s a new threat in Azeroth, one so fearsome that not even the combined might of the Alliance and the Horde can stop it: Hackers. Apparently a trojan has been spreading that intercepts the authentication code generated by the Blizzard Authenticator.
Craftster member D.Bluemoon made these WoW-nderful onesies for a World of Warcraft fanatic friend who has a baby on the way:
D.Bluemoon isn’t a fan of WoW herself, so her boyfriend was the one who chose the words and terms.
Blizzard will soon unleash cute plush pets for World of Warcraft fans, starting with the Wind Rider Cub and Gryphon Hatchling.
Each adorable widdle monster will come with a special code that will unlock its virtual, non-combat, account-bound equivalent.
…and other culinary activities that I know nothing about. I’m not even worthy of wearing a gray apron, if you know what I mean.
In any case the World of Warcraft epic cooking apron is the perfect gift for skillful cooks who are also WoW fans (wonder how large the intersection is in that Venn diagram?).
Twitter or World of Warcraft? What’s a well-connected gamer to choose? Oh, listen, no one’s saying that you can’t juggle your iPhone and your mouse at the same time as is, but shouldn’t it be easier to raid while keeping up with your tweets?
This is it, folks. The final piece. Now you can cosplay as a World of Warcraft character while eating WoW-themed snacks at a WoW-themed computer in a room painted to resemble something from WoW, and you can do it all while drinking from one of these (very expensive) steins.
All those millions of World of Warcraft players have to eat somewhere, and an enterprising Chinese businessman hopes that at least some of them will be paying him for the privilege of refueling at his new WoW-inspired restaurant.