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Episode #49 – Get Your Mug On!

by on January 16, 2011

Get Your Mug On
These show notes are for Episode 49 of The Warcraft Syndicate Copyright 2010.

Intro

Segment 1 – This week in WoW

Gill – Dinged 84, liking Archaeology and questing in Uldum and loving the Harrison Jones quest lines.

Stacalm – Dinged 85 on my rogue. Downed Magmaw on Stacalm and wiped on the Defense System encounter about 50 times.

The Undermine Journal stops it’s presses… for now…
http://theunderminejournal.com/

4.7… milllllllion copies 🙂
http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/01/10/cataclysm-sells-4-7-million-copies-in-one-month/

Segment 2 – Blizzard Blues

Quitcherbitchin! – Ghostcrawler responds to heroic dungeon difficulty
http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/01/12/ghostcrawler-responds-to-heroic-dungeon-difficulty-complaints/

Guild Experience changed in 4.0.6
http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/01/13/guild-experience-changes-in-patch-4-0-6/

Segment 3 – Loot Table

More mugs!
http://www.3point.com/taverncraft

Epic tunes on iTunes – Special Cataclysm soundtrack available
http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/01/12/special-version-of-the-cataclysm-lp-now-available-on-itunes/ 

Segment 4 – E-mail/Q&A

Valerie Rowe writes, “Hello guys. I am just making sure I have the e mail correct. Your show rocks by the way
I would give a 5-star review on ITunes but I dont want to give my card details. U guys are just funny sometimes that I sit in work laughing my head off and of course no understands lol. Anyway keep up the excellent work

Nov lvl 53 worgen druid on Chamber of Aspects realm

Please say hi to the all in the guild of Crushing Crusaders (it is a new guild and we are building the guild level up)”

Also, Cary Young sez about a workaround for accidentally attacking flagged Horde, “So, I had a similar problem… not so much that I’d sometimes accidentally attack a flagged PVP player, but that people kept parking their mammoths on top of an NPC I needed to talk to.

In your key bindings, you’ll find one for “Interact with Target.” Bind that to your keyboard (or mouse). When you get in a situation where you can’t just right-click an NPC, target them (either by left-click or using /tar NPCName) and press your “Interact with Target” button. It’s slightly more work than simply right-clicking, but it ensures that you won’t accidentally mess up.

I found it extremely useful in starting the CoC quests when, neared to Cataclysm’s launch, you’d routinely have 30+ mounted people all trying to click and/or stand on the same quest giver. By targeting him and using my interact with target button, I could easily start the quest regardless of how many mammoths were sitting on him.

Cool show, just started listening over the holidays.”

Dan Rawrrrrrrrrrr also writes “Hey guys! My names Dan , i play a level 85 Night Elf Death Knight called Baladoc on the Chamber of Aspects server, just wanted to say i really enjoy the podcast, along with all the helpful news and tips, the jokes always bring a smile to my face, but just wanted to say keep up the good work 🙂

And from the comments on the website…

“Belloc Brightblade horde archaeology trainer = Rene Belloq from the first Indy movie. Him and Indiana are fierce rivals and Belloq is kind of a jerk.

Belloc is also kind of a jerk and if the bad guys are winning he works with them aka Commander Schnotts questline. If you havent done it yet Gill I highly suggest it I love Indiana jones stuff too and it was a blast.

1st time listener of the podcast and you guys are awsome keep it up!!”

Segment 5 – Wrap-up

  • Special thanks to DJ Dan Morrell, TexasMusicForge, Herbert Bolland, and Lukaso at Freesound.org.
  • How to participate – e-mail us at thewarcraftsyndicate@gmail.com
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  • Twitter followers: FelipaWalbertZD, MilicentBerget, ParisGuialdoXPA, ConsueloFrancil, insureains, LudvinaSabbagh, MaryellenHeaung, JennieCaspersen, MargoMoilien508
  • And just like Blizzard, the next podcast will be released within 7-10 days, or when it’s done (registered Trademark)
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