Welcome, friends, to another installment of the /Silly-est webcomic on the Internet! Today's episode sends us deep into the Firelands, a place where everything is either naturally combustible, or soon to become so. We join our raiding heroes mid-break, as the group finishes up reclaiming the scattered remains of having their collective asses handed to them from one of the many savage bosses that reside there. Unfortunately, years of studying foul tomes and demonic rituals under very poor lighting has left our resident warlock with less than adequate vision, and that leads directly into Mr.McGoo-like hijinx.
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-Arthur "Arturis" Orneck knows what its like to not be able to see straight; Most of his best artwork is done when he is half blind from sleep deprivation.
I gotta say that's a pretty creepy hat in its own right. But I guess creepy comes with the territory when you're a Warlock.
The old swapped my hat for a flaming spider gag, that never gets old.
I love the look of this set on my warlock, specially the purple heroic version of it.
I love this for its humor, and the fact that I don't need to play World of Warcraft to understand this.
This is why patch notes, even for long-sighted people, are very important.
Do not upset Garrosh while he is playing. He goes absolutely nuts
He did to, I can attest to that. And THAT made me want to watch Dynaman.
Even the mighty Garrosh needs to quench his thirst for more Hearthstone.
AH! not the tail. :)
Aww look, her tail is waggin'!
The Gnome Mobile, the Gnome Mobile
Hunting for gnomes in the Gnome Mobile
Sooner or later we feel that we'll
Find where they are with the Gnome Mobile
I so need the gnome mobile
Hm? I planned on gaming till after my dying day... Or is that an issue?
I plan on gaming until my dying day. ^_^
I think i'll be 71 then, wonder if I could still hang with the cool kids then.