Monday, October 5, 2009

Welcome to the new Fallenman Blog

Welcome to my new blog home. For those who knew of me from The Warlock's Den, Elitist Jerks, or the regular WoW forums, a short story of where I've been is warranted. To start, I quit/retired from raiding with Casual of Scilla back in roughly July/August of this year. I cannot say enough about how awesome that guild is, and how much I miss raiding with them. However, with a now 10-month old, and a wife, I simply don't have the kind of time to devote a set schedule of 4+ days raiding anymore. Regardless, grats to them to moving up to number 15 in the world and 7 in the US as of the time of this writing.

So, what have you missed in the past few months? My warlock is now an undead horde and resides on the Kil'Jaeden server. He still has the name Fallenman. I also am actively playing my belf rogue named Tiernaa, and my tauren druid named Moojerk. For all intents and purposes, my Druid is currently my main character. But, as you can see, I have switched to doing mostly PVP these days. It works out better for me as I can play when I have the time or when I want, without having to be restricted to a schedule.

On Fallenman, I am PVP'ing on him when I have the time. He only has 5/5 hateful and a couple rings for PVP, so I have a long way to go on him. On Tiernaa, she has semi decent PVP gear, but she desperately needs some weapons. Unfortunately I have no raid gear, and you pretty much have to raid to get decent daggers as a rogue currently, or you have to hit 1800 in arena. On Moojerk, he is quite geared for PVP, and I'm working out a 3v3 comp right now, in hopes we can hit 2200 eventually. I'm over 2000 on my 2v2 team, and have the privilege of being partnered with one of the best hunters I've ever seen.

As for my intent with this blog, I'll be posting on all things warcraft, rather than just warlocks. PVP, raids, gear, classes, etc and so on. Thanks for stopping by.


  1. Welcome back, the community is richer for it.

  2. an undead fallenman ? blasphemy against the gnomish community!

  3. Glad to see you still around man... Might I say welcome to horde too, from a fellow undead warlock on Maelstrom. Followed your posts for quite a while and they certainly helped me in my own raiding experiences.

    Wishing ya lots of luck in your PvP and the family life too.