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This is my first blog post here and I hope I'm doing this correctly. I have a couple of my own blogs. One of them www.chris.moesarts has some posts about World of Warcraft and some of them are, hopefully, humorous. Specifically, the posts I call FAIL posts. Amusing stories about big mistakes I have made while playing WoW. Which brings me to why I am here.
I have always played on the Alliance side. I started with a Nigh-Elf Hunter, Kardellron, who is still my main. Then a little while after the release of WotLK I created a Dwarf Dark Knight, VonDutch. That was followed by a Blueberry Shaman which I got bored with pretty quickly. After Cataclysm was unleashed on us, I was cursed and spawned a Worgen Warlock, Awsley. His namesake was a tribute to the chemist Owsley 'Bear' Stanley  who passed on March 13, 2011. A Mage in Bear form may have made more sense, but a Werewolf is also a hairy beast. Oh, but I said I was going to tell you why I came here.
Last night, I decided to step over to the dark side. I created my first Horde toon. And not just any Horde toon, but the one that I've come to despise the most, a Troll Rogue. These creatures have been more trouble for me in battlegrounds than any other of the Horde's monstrosities. If I was going to go Horde, I figured why not go all the way and become one of the most ruthless toons I could be.
Seeing how this was three levels of unknown for me; joining The Horde, being a Troll, and training a Rogue I realized that I couldn't be anymore of a noob. And as much as I like writing about my "Epic Fails" I wanted to have some idea of what to do. So I surfed on over WoWWiki, which you may have herd of, to learn a bit about this new realm I've placed myself in.
So now you know why I'm here. To study Trolls, Rogues and The Horde. While I may not have as much Epic Fail material to write about, I have a feeling that there won't be any shortage of amusing tales while I travel this new path. If I haven't already bored you to death, don't forget to check back for your chance to read one of my Epic Fail blog posts. I'll either have a tale to tell about my Troll Rogue, Krackish, or I will reprint one of my previous stories, here.
Epic Fail For The Horde