Author Archives: Tyko

About Tyko

I play WoW, EvE Online, and Minecraft. And Pokémon. I enjoy burritos, pizza, french fries, and spicy chicken sandwiches. I'm a Libra. I am creepy more often than not. I'm an elitist at heart. Fear is the mind-killer.

Simple Question/Simple Answer

HAY I AM LVL 22 WERE DO I GO 2 LVL NOW?????? If you’re actually typing like that, you deserve to have your hands submerged in liquid nitrogen until they’re frozen solid, and have them shattered by smashing them against … Continue reading

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Bad Idea: Not Trading in Trade

Bad Idea Fridays are dedicated to the idea that if you’re going to do something (no matter how ill advised), it’s best to do it properly. Any and all consequences of following the advice in this article can be blamed … Continue reading

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Definition: Grinding/Farming

Every Thursday, we try to forcibly educate the WoW populace about frequently misunderstood and/or misused terminology. We may not see results yet, but our children’s children will tell the tale of the heroes who valiantly stood up for vocabulary and … Continue reading

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Storytime!: Tyko’s Tale

Every Wednesday, a self-absorbed writer posts an article of virtually no interest to anyone but themselves, under the vague catchall of “Storytime!” This wondrous story begins with a boy of 12. This boy played The Sims, and did well in … Continue reading

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Bad Idea: Standing in Bad

Bad Idea Fridays are dedicated to the idea that if you’re going to do something (no matter how ill advised), it’s best to do it properly. Any and all consequences of following the advice in this article can be blamed … Continue reading

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Definition of the Week: PST

Every Thursday, we try to forcibly educate the WoW populace about frequently misunderstood and/or misused terminology. We may not see results yet, but our children’s children will tell the tale of the heroes who valiantly stood up for vocabulary and … Continue reading

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