More fan art!

Posted: September 29, 2010 in Rambling, WoW

Day post here with some more fan art, sent from a lowbie seeing us in Duskwood:

Vimtu from the Ninth Order, 6 feet below

The lowbie, who wants be anonymous, states

Hai guyz, i saw u pew pew PAWN vimtu the rouge who disappers before u even relise u can shoot in duskwood. i was so impressd i rerolld horde lol. anywayz i used my photoshop skillz to recapture teh moment. Hugs!

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Heads up Horde, scum and errand boys, here’s the report of tonight’s events.

Security sent us this showing their highlight of the evening. Word is the whole guild got together in a joint effort to draw this lovely picture.

Your favourite Orc makes his getaway while the Alliance scum are trying to help their fellow criminal Raeyna out of a frost trap in which appears to be STV.

The background of the whole event is that Security member Nidua was caught standing on a Horde bridge in Horde territory (Redridge Mountains) which left us no choice but to put her down:

Tip of the day: The V-key shows nameplates, even through walls. Helps when someone is hiding in, for example, a house just outside Raven Hill Cemetery

The lovely members of Security meant business after this as they had to call in half their guild to meet our threat.

What would a corpse camp be without some frustrated exchange of body fluids? It was good for me too, Dreamyo.

Not only Security got ganked because of trespassing; Phased should also leave our continent.

Carharoth eventually paid the symbolic fee (500G) to hearthstone to safety.

We also got more nerd rage from this toodal-kid.

This guy is like the troll posts on the realm forums about migration to Frostmane  – never stops.

We also had a moment of relaxed fishing and caught ourselves a Trabute again, but more about this tomorrow when The Redridge Daily is printed.

That one must have hurt. But no spoilers: Redridge Daily will tell you all about it.

Yours Sincerely,

Natzagaroth & Nazrololgoth

Frostmane Legends

Wanted

Posted: September 28, 2010 in Rambling, WoW

I went to Orgrimmar to train my skills and refill my quiver after some hard work protecting our new territory when I ran into this poster just outside the city gates. Thought it would be interesting for the Horde to know about. Apparently this person is wanted for unspeakable acts against our faction including horse thievery from Moroes in Karazhan, sodomisation of a medium sized bunny in Elwynn Forest, trespassing, arson, peeing in public and trying to corpse camp a certain lowbie in Redridge Mountains.

For the love of all that is holy, not the bunnies!

The character Gnirdne will pay 1000 gold to the first person able to hunt this criminal down.

Papertankz – or death in chopper.

Posted: September 27, 2010 in Rambling, Videos, WoW

Natzagaroth here right now. To reveal my last meal. Unlikely as it seems to eat someone engulfed by shadows, its been done and here´s the story.

I did put on some hippie music so that all you alliance maggots dare to watch until the end.

Behold!

NOTE: View in full size window and set to 720p

Yours Truly,

Natzagaroth & Nazrololgoth

Frostmane Legends

RL v1.0

Posted: September 27, 2010 in Guides, Rambling

Ok, just a little addition here:

We were driving down the street in 200mph with our brand new Cadillac the other day as we saw a car trying to upload some RL just outside.

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Spoke to the guys. Needless to say, they had been playing alliance on Frostmane and just couldnt take it anymore.

Ganking – The Drinking Game

Posted: September 27, 2010 in Guides, World PvP, WoW

Heed, servants! Nazrololgoth here with a late night post.

There will be no war report tonight as some of us were busy with other stuff like grinding girlfriend rep and riding choppers. Instead we’re going to talk about drinking alcoholic beverages. If you have ever done The Lycauem in a Vanilla pug or raid healed as a druid  you know that being a bit intoxicated helps both your sanity, social skills and gameplay. We in Morgue Than Words have taken it one step further and created the Ganking Drinking Game.

The rules are simple enough even for you alliance players to follow: you take a sip from your drink when something happens on the list below. Beer or wine is advised since harder stuff will limit your basic human functions like bladder control and sight too much, although stuff like Vodka works for shorter sessions. Also keep in mind that the rules are designed with non-80 gankers in mind. We are still 75, but anything up to 79 would work.

Take one sip

  • You kill a lowbie
  • The lowbie has time to emote something like /spit to show how frustrated he is or /pity to show that he’s a carebear that would never kill anyone himself

Take two sips

  • You kill someone higher levelled than yourself
  • You get killed by someone higher levelled than yourself
  • The enemy has time to emote something before you release
  • An enemy does a Houdini on you and gets away (bubble hearthstone doesn’t count since that’s for lamers only)
  • For every time you kill someone you already have killed that session

Take three sips

  • You get killed and the enemy completes the “Make love, not Warcraft” achievement
  • An enraged main of an alt shows up and you kill him too, which leads us to next point:
  • You get whispers from someone telling you how angry he is for rolling on a PvP-server

Take four sips

  • Your own faction tells you to stop ganking
  • You get killed twice or more by the same player
  • You encounter a high level character boosting a lowbie, you kill the lowbie and get away from the furious 80. Take an extra sip if the 80 is unable to resurrect and has to stand there like a clown.
  • You kill someone trying to hearthstone

Finish your drink

  • You get killed by one or more lowbies

Mourning for our Victims

Posted: September 26, 2010 in Rambling, WoW

It has come to our knowledge that the citizens of the filthy city of Stormwind yesterday held an official mourning for our victims. They also begged for the Alliance population to leave the new Horde territories and pay us, as their priests have to work 24/7 to work off funerals. Word on street is also that the graveyards are starting to fill up, so unless you don’t want your corpse to be thrown off a ship en route to Northrend and eaten by murlocs we advice you to either stay out of our territories or buy a territory pass.

The Alliance stronghold of Stormwind was in tears last night.  Night Elf scum Léggòlaz is mourning his level 17 friend who perished while breaking the law by killing boars in Redridge Mountains.

Yours Truly,

Natzagaroth & Nazrololgoth

Frostmane Legends

Don´t worry here it comes. We just had to push it really hard last night to also get the verbal facts on screen.

Tonight:

Crazy animals, hunters who shoots at anything but us, a poor starving beggar and a sickly paladin.



Frostmane – EU

Good evening fans, followers, Horde players and even unfortunate Alliance scum. I hope the night has been as fruitful for you as it has for us. Time for an update before you all break your F5 buttons.

Here’s the war report from tonight’s adventures.

Going to start off with some proper nerd rage. I will let the picture speak for itself:

To answer the first question: no it’s not very hard to be a retarded scumbag. The guy was nice enough to ask if I wanted a cigarette though, but I don’t smoke.

When I came back from the bathroom after some very nasty fantasies about killing level 75s, gnomes and a cup it was time to do a quick border control check. Unfortunately it turned out that Raeza from  Security (server 2nd raid guild) had decided to take a cheap shot and kill me while I was AFK because of said bathroom break. I quickly tracked the miserable insect down and this is how it turned out:

Raeza learned that killing people AFK will be retaliated.

Next we caught Antonino from The Order of Time trespassing Horde territory. He failed to show a valid pass card and was punished.

Do. Not.

Etopyrin from the server 65th guild Pretorianie was caught ganking lowbies in Duskwood, which in addition is Horde territory on Frostmane. Better luck next time!

You aren’t allowed to kill Horde even if you did have a valid pass card.

Redridge Daily is in the printing press as I write this, and it will be available on the website shortly. Ape violence and embarrassing moments for the evil faction is promised.

Yours sincerely,

Natzagaroth & Nazrololgoth

The Frostmane Legends

The Redridge Daily has some news for you fans and followers:

Watch in full screen for best result, as always

Time for the midnight war report. The Alliance activity from level 80s has increased with several hundred percent compared to last week. We in Morgue Than Words believe the Horde should move in to defend our new territories instead of standing outside a bank in the City of Bearded Men in Dresses (Dalaran) and measure each others tools.

More 80 scum than trespassing lowbies. Endless opportunities for world PvP

Tonight’s skirmishes mainly circulated around the escort quest in the cave in Redridge Mountains, but we were also securing the fronts in STV and protecting the poor living impaired creatures of Raven Hill cemetery. No Alliance maggot is allowed to save their corporal in that cave without a passage card (sold for the symbolic sum of 500 gold).

On to the debriefing:

Latnok the keyboard turning mage from Lusitanos tried to defend his alt. We advice him to pay the passage fee next time to avoid getting killed by lowbies.

Osguth tried to go to Zul’Gurub. Only Horde is allowed in there, which he found out the hard way (death).

Srebrniletac (don’t smoke crack when you name your character) should keep his stinking gnomish hand out of the cookie jar next time and not trying to help his faction.

Tryaz was caught flirting with Blackrock Orcs without a valid passage card. He was taken care of more than one time.

Let’s move on to pop quiz:

Earlier in the week Security was the first guild ever to successfully corpse camp a Morgue than Words member. How many members would it take for Ninth Order?


Ninth Order called in their best players to make sure a lowbie could complete his escort quest. A doomed project.

Well that was a trick question because they failed to camp us at all, even though Vimtu the rogue almost got her dream fulfilled.

Yours Truly,

Natzagaroth & Nazrololgoth

The Frostmane Legends