Defenders of Azeroth 1The mighty Tauren's heart pounded in his ears. His eyes locked on the dread blade Frostmourne, his mighty great axe held ready. A single flinch, the slightest waver was all he needed. In an instant he saw it, the Lich King dropped the tip of his blade and in that moment, heart held still in his chest, Rakhanot struck, forcing the Litch King to expose himself. Over his shoulder he cried to his companions, "NOW!"The screaming skull of pure pain flew past Rak's arm and struck the Lich King in his exposed chest. He roared in agony, striking Rak to the ground with his fist. The warlock Kyra cursed and readied another bolt of shadow.Though blind, Devis heard Rak fall to the ground and quickly spoke the mysterious Word, surrounding the seven foot bull with a powerful, glimmering shield. He turned his gaze upon the Litch King and spoke, "For your sins, you will pay." Arcs of pure Light darted from his hand and lanced into the King.From behind, the Felguard struck at Kyra's command. Dazing t
Silly Comic 2Panel 1Person sitting with their back to the camera, cat next to them. Each of them next to the edge of the frame, ignoring one another.Panel 2Cat loves person, person continues ignoring cat.Panel 3Cat stalks off. Person ignores cat.Panel 4Same as panel 1, but a dog in place of a cat.Panel 5Dog loves person, person ignores dog.Panel 6Dog continues to love person, person continues to ignore dog.
Moment In Time: ChrisChris had never liked his height, standing at just over five feet tall he'd always been the butt of any and all short jokes delivered in the vicinity. It's not that he was bad-looking, short brown hair-kept that way because any longer and it would become unruly-pale blue eyes and a body that showed he worked out more often then never. He'd never had trouble with girls, or dating, though he'd never been able to keep a girl for very long either.He was sitting at home, still dressed in the semi-formal shirt and pants from the dinner he and his latest girlfriend had been invited to, the very same one where she'd chosen to dump him. Said it, "was better for both of us."He twirled the ring in his hands again, not really seeing the sparkle that had first caused him to stop at the strange little shop in the mall in the first place. The shopkeeper had promised this promise ring "would make all your dreams come true." He'd just thought the deep amethyst would be something she'd like.With a si