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About Me

About Me

nessI have been gaming since I got my first computer, age 8. An Apple IIe.  Since then my love affair with computers, technology, gaming and anything with an electronic pulse has been overwhelming.

I began attending computer programming courses when I was just 10 years old.

At 23 I set out overseas with my shiny new MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) on a quest for adventure, only to fall in love and fling that thing called a career out the window (or so I thought).

Later, my passion for creativity and computers came to the forefront again, and I am now an independent creative with a graphic design business, various internet properties and for about 2 years I did some design work for this bunch of guys called Method, and still occasionally help out when my job allows. Perhaps you’ve heard of them?

I have been blogging on various platforms since 2004 and love the mediums ability to put great content out there at the touch of a button.

About the site

This is a fan site, documenting the fun that I have playing in the awesome Blizzard Universe. I am in awe of the incredible imagination, design and development work of Blizzard Entertainment. I am not in anyway affiliated with Blizzard, am not compensated by them, do not claim any of their works as my own, and simply wish to share the fun and brilliance of the best MMORPG of all time, as well as their other games.

Here is the official blurb: World of Warcraft® and Blizzard Entertainment® are all trademarks or registered trademarks of Blizzard Entertainment in the United States and/or other countries.
These terms and all related materials, logos, and images are copyright © Blizzard Entertainment.
This site is in no way associated with or endorsed by Blizzard Entertainment®.�

What made me decide to try World of Warcraft

It was the Chuck Norris advertisements  on television that eventually convinced me to try out World of Warcraft.

Yes, really.

I’ve always been a fan of strategy games e.g. Age of Empires I, II and III, Starcraft etc, and more than a few Christmases’ ago I was given Warcraft III.  I have never really been a fan of FPS (first person shooter) games, but I had enjoyed the Tomb Raider series on Playstation, and from the advertisement, the style of game play looked similar, in that you control one persons movements.

When the ads on TV offered ‘play for free to Level 20’ and I had some free time, I thought, “Why not?” and tried it out.

You can guess how things went from there 😉

More FAQ About Me

Which realm do you play WoW on?

Emerald Dream EU, Alliance. I have a few Horde characters (for the sake of seeing the other side of the story) on Tarren Mill EU.

What guild are you in?

I raid with Exiles on the Alliance side.

Do you take guest post submissions?

Yes I do, just email me with your post and I will review it and publish it (with credit to you and a link back to your site) if it fits in with the WoW Adventurer vibe. (Include any images you wish to have in your submission).

What computer do you use?

I have an i7-4790k CPU @4.0GHz, 32 GB Hyper X Fury RAM, Kingston SSD, 2x Toshiba additional HDDs, NVidia GTX 1080, with a 32″ Samsung QLED Curved Gaming Monitor as my primary, and a 21″ Benq HD as my secondary.

You can see my choice of peripherals here:

What software to you use for making videos?

I use XSplit Broadcaster for recording, and Adobe Premier Pro, and Adobe After Effects for editing and adding the magic.

What software do you use for your design work/screenshots/signatures etc?

Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign and sometimes Adobe Illustrator.

Do you have a donation button?

I welcome any contributions. Any donations received are put towards the cost of hosting this website, software licences, hardware replacement, game time, and by making a donation you are supporting creativity.

I support the RSPCA in my personal capacity, I am ALL about the cute and fluffy.



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