NEW Guest Blogger: (Warlock & Fellow Officer Dachicki)

Okie dokie I have finally succeeded in bothering a friend and fellow officer into joining me in writing blog posts. Dachicki is a giant ginger bloke who plays a Warlock and does raid leading for our guild, he often has many colourful rants about all aspects of Warcraft (pfffft what is the internet for if not rants whines complaints and amusing QQ). Having also filled in as a holy priest on the heal team and assistant tank back in DS you could say he has a well rounded (if ginger) portfolio. But enough from me here is an introduction from Dachicki himself:



Dachicki the wondrous wibbly wobbly warlock here! I’m Australian born, Novocastrian if you must know, and I’ve been playing wow since early on. I was brought into the game by my housemate-now-beautiful-wife who is also an avid player. We have spent many many wonderful nights staying up late and playing and socialising with others in this game / second job.

We have been primarily raiding players the whole time with the occasional mad dashes into the PVP arena where we quickly remember how much we hate doing that and leave again! IRL I am a graphic and web developer for a small inland credit union. I also play Warhammer (the miniature game) and paint and draw regularly.

For my guild (and with Bytes) I am a raid leader and love my job – though very much like herding cats, it is also very rewarding and I always enjoy the challenge. I don’t think of myself as a top notch player or anything – but I am skilled enough and always come prepared… so I hold my own


Right-then that is that sorted; prepare for incoming warlock rants ~ Bytes


About Bytes

Returning wow player, one of those elderly burnt out ex-officer types. My current main is a Hunter (MS the under-dog talent tree Beast Master), but thats shifting back to hybrid Shaman. Together with my virtual cat I battle evil, kick butt and take names.
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