My name is Clay. I'm a United States Navy sailor, currently stationed in Germany. I've been playing World of Warcraft for upwards of two years, on and off.
At this point in time, my account is inactive and I have no access to the game. As many of you know, Wrath of the Lich King is fast upon us! Woot! I haven't been able to play for quite some time, due to a several year old, used laptop that is unable to play minesweeper, let alone WoW.
However, I've been keeping up with all the new information about Wrath and I'm incredibly excited... But, there's no one to talk to about WoW around here. So, instead of boring my friends and coworkers with information and discussions about a game they don't care about, I figured I'd reguritate it all on here and see if anybody agrees! =p
I started playing WoW shortly after Burning Crusade was released, so that I could play with my brother and keep in contact with him, while I was stationed in Portsmouth, Virginia... mostly, since he wouldn't play City of Heroes and City of Villains with me.
Little did I know, that I would fall in the love with the Hunter class (as well as several other classes, but not to the same extent...) I've even considered leveling ANOTHER one! I want to get the other classes to 70/80 first, though.
"As the Kro Fliess..." was inspired, mostly by my namesake, Kro. In City of Heroes, Kro was my Force Field/Radiation Blast Defender that was my first lv50. That was nearly 5 years ago and the name Kro continues to follow me everywhere. Forums, games, screen names... you name it! After I joined my brother in the World of Warcraft, of course, Kro had to follow me there, too, and he became my Troll Hunter... and we've been exploring the world of Azeroth together, with our assorted wild friends, ever since. "Kro" is, and probably forever will be, through my gaming life.
Secondly, "As the Kro Flies..." is a spin-off of the famous phrase: "as the crow flies" that refers to the shortest distance between two points. It takes on a different meaning here, however. It more refers to my travels, both within the world of Azeroth and my travels in real life.
Anyway, I've droned on long enough, for my first post. Keep in mind, this isn't a serious WoW "blog." It's just an experimental journal for me to document my thoughts about WoW, life and all the other stuff that ends up within each.
Thanks for reading, guys. Bear with me, guys. This is my first blog and I'm still working on my technique. ;)
Peace and love,