Mandatory Feeds: Warchief’s Command Board

While we know that Warchief Garrosh Hellscream is set to be – at the very least – stripped of his title in the Mists of Pandaria expansion, he is still very much in charge and involved in what goes on in the current game.  And how do we know this?

He has his own blog, where he tells tales of his heroic exploits, shares original poetry as “epic verse,” posts transcripts of the ridiculous conversations he finds himself involved in, answers mail, and updates us on his experiences in the MMO game he plays, Earth Online.

The Warchief’s Command Board is, hands down, the funniest blog in my reader.  For proof, click the link in the last sentence and spend 15 minutes reading through his last several posts.  For immediate proof, click this story from March 29th, entitled Of Wyverns And Pinecones, which prompted Big Bear Butt to declare Garrosh Hellscream “writer of my favorite humor post of the year 2012.”

Hellscream has his own larger-than-life personality, and it really comes through in his writing.  As an orc, and a warchief, he is blunt and pulls no punches.  This does mean that his language isn’t usually safe for children – or those with tender ears – but his posts are always humorous and often hilarious.

I have to say that reading his blog over the past several months has caused my feelings for the Warchief to warm considerably, and apparently many others feel this way too.  Garrosh will eventually be unseated, but in the meantime, he will likely continue to entertain his readers for many months to come.

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Thanks for reading this post by Mushan at Mushan, Etc.  Comments are welcome!


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