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Cory Taylor

Cory Taylor @CoryjTaylor — Cory comes from the Land of Ice and Snow, an avid Blizzard fan he's been hooked since Warcraft 2. He spends his time in Warcraft as a Guardian Druid, and out of Warcraft wishing he could spend 6 months out of the year hibernating.


The Queue: Persuasive

I’m not saying that Xal’atath has everything figured out, I’m just saying that maybe they’ve got some good ideas and maybe we should give them a chance. I mean it’s not like the world is ending or anything, what’s the worst that could happen?

While I subscribe to their newsletter, it’s time for — The Queue!


The Queue: Well seasoned

This is the first time I’ve gotten into the endgame of Diablo 4 and I think I’ve gotten the hang of it mostly. I’m still a little squishy, and a few levels short of 100, but things are going well! I’ve finished the battle pass, and am most of the way through the seasonal challenges. I think what I like so much about the Diablo endgame is that it’s a great game to listen to podcasts with. I can let the podcast wash over me while I slay the myriad baddies of Sanctuary.

While I get my next episode queued up, it’s time for — The Queue!


The Queue: How do I morning again?

After staying up too late the last week and a half, I’m now forced to go to work first thing in the morning and do actual work! So rude!!

I’m not quite sure how to be a functioning person that early anymore though, I’m sure it’ll be fine…

While I pack my extra large coffee mug for tomorrow, it’s time for — The Queue!


The Queue: Avast ye scurvy dogs!

That’s not me in the picture… yet! I’ll get there for sure, any day now…

In other news I’m digging my time in the Plunderstorm and am glad that Blizzard took the chance on this fun new thing. I never in a million years would’ve guessed that it was what was going to be in the 10.2.6 patch, but here we are!

While I wait for my parrot to divebomb me back into the world, it’s time for — The Queue!


The Queue: Hey, why don’t you pick on someone your own size!

Do you ever think that the bosses we fight in raids are just bullies? That if they ever had to fight someone their own size they’d give up and just let us get past without putting up a real fight. Probably while muttering something about how we were lucky they had somewhere to be just then and if it was any other day they’d pound us into the ground.

Well, unfortunately, even after growing my Paladin into the Jolly Green Giant with a Jolly Green Polearm — Igira still made us fight her like normal! Very rude in my opinion. Maybe I need to be bigger…

While I try and figure out the glitch that is growing mounts to Godzilla size around the Hearthstone event, it’s time for — The Queue!


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