Submitter Arçana of Deathtacular on Llane (US-H) is either enjoying Wrath of the Lich King timewalking through Icecrown Citadel, or she was really into yesterday's Game of Thrones.
"Asaani glanced at the summoned kvaldir behind her," writes today's submitter.
"The wait is nearly over," writes submitter Paladave of the Queue on Nesingwary (US-A).
Submitter Solitha of Six Minutes to Release on Silvermoon (US-A) summarizes the state of the BlizzCaps inbox: "It's fine.
"Tyrande glanced at the other elves beside her," writes submitter Kasali of Decoden on Aszune (EU-H).
Submitter Gimmlette of Spectacular Death on Llane (US-A) writes, "Why do we send a large number of photos with mammoths?
Caught in the middle of the eternal struggle between cat and bird, Archmage Valexion could only cower and hope for mercy.
Submitter Tim had a little bit of difficulty on the Paladin Class Order Mount quest.
I am the cat who walks by himself, and all places are alike to me.
And now it's time for a Makrura solo!
"Kasali wasn't sure if the trio of sheep casually wandering through the streets were a trio of polymorphed mages, a student prank or three actual sheep bespelled to walk themselves to the butcher's shop," writes submitter Kasali of Decoden on Azsune (US-H), "Since one of them was crackling with electricity, she very firmly said no when Jade indicated she would like to have them for lunch with a low growl and a lick of her nose." Want to see your picture here on BlizzCaps?
Today's submitter writes, "Here's a screenshot for BlizzCaps of my Druid, Calysia of Kharma on Doomhammer (US-A), and her air force preparing to launch an attack.
"We have another entry in the 'Answers to Questions You Didn't Know You Had' category," writes submitter Gimmlette of Spectacular Death on Llane (US-A).
"Taking screenshots for my guild has turned into a hobby for me this expansion," writes submitter Em of Jolly Rogers on Madoran (US-A).
Pepe: "Do you see my adorable goggles?!
"It's time, once again, for Spectacular Death's entreaty to Blizzard to make a flying mammoth," writes submitter Gimmlette.