Sure, we all love Pepe, but the downside of everyone's favorite feathered friend is that he's stuck inside World of Warcraft while we (at least occasionally) like venturing out into the real (or at least non-virtual) world beyond Azeroth. So how do we take Pepe along? Liz Lirakis, the artist behind Tracimoc, came up with a solution in the form of this Pepe cosplay that she took to PAX East earlier this month.
You've probably seen the photos circulating on Twitter or Reddit of the full-scale, working Gnomish mailbox — but, while they showed off an impressive piece of crafting, the mailbox wasn't finished yet. Curious about this work in progress, we caught up with the maker, Jonathan, to see just what went into building a working model of an in-game creation.
Cross stitching, where x-shaped stitches with colored thread are used to embroider designs on fabric, is ideal for modern pixel art, where each stitched X represents a single pixel.
If our desks at the Blizzard Watch (virtual) office are any indication, Warcraft isn't something that stays confined to video games.
If you've ever taken up cooking in World of Warcraft, you know that the game is packed with delicious cooking recipes that are unfortunately trapped inside the virtual world of Azeroth.
If you're looking to accessorize, StarCraft style, you can do no better than Syldenn's selection of scarves (and, soon, we hope, beanies).
Like Warcraft? Like pen-and-paper roleplaying games (or any other dice-centric gaming activity)? Then chances are that you're already familiar with Dice Bags by Jibbi, where you can buy hand-made dice bags with geeky themes — including Warcraft-themed Horde and Alliance bags.