Archive for August, 2011

Episode 31 – On the Road to Hard Modes

Posted: 30th August 2011 by Kurn in Podcast

Episode 31 is here, just slightly delayed due to various hurricanes and work schedules and the like. Just Majik and myself today, chatting merrily away about heroic modes, hard modes and such. This episode stems in part from my post at Kurn’s Corner, which, in turn, was spawned after reading about Borsk and his raiding […]

Potential delay

Posted: 27th August 2011 by Kurn in programming notes

There may be a delay in the production and release of Episode 31 of Blessing of Frost, originally scheduled for this Tuesday. However, Majik lives in New Jersey and, therefore, is in the path of Hurricane Irene. As such, he may not have power at various points throughout the weekend and perhaps even into Monday. […]

Episode 30 – 4.3 Forecasts

Posted: 23rd August 2011 by Kurn in Podcast

The 30th episode of Blessing of Frost is out! Our guest is X, also known as the warlock formerly known as Dreadsinger, a raiding warlock in Apotheosis. In today’s episode, we discuss Transmogrification, Void Storage and touch a bit on 4.3 and Deathwing being the last raid of the expansion already!

On Sunday, August […]

Episode 29 – Feeling out Firelands – Part 2!

Posted: 16th August 2011 by Kurn in Podcast

Picking up where we left off last week, Majik and I talk about Baleroc, Majordomo Staghelm and Ragnaros in the Firelands. Episode 29 already? How did THAT happen?

Hotfixes from August 10th As promised, we said in the podcast that we’d update you guys on how Sunday’s raid went. Majik totally jinxed us. We […]

Episode 28 – Feeling Out Firelands

Posted: 9th August 2011 by Kurn in Podcast

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Episode 28 of Blessing of Frost! Today’s special topic: Feeling Out Firelands! Okay, not quite. It’s more of a run-through of Shannox, Beth’tilac, Lord Rhyolith and Alysrazor. Baleroc, Majordomo Staghelm and Ragnaros are coming next week! (We VASTLY underestimated our ability to talk, so ignore us when we say we’re […]