I know IntPiPoMo finished up a few days ago but I felt that I needed to finish my contribution off in some way. Since I didn’t manage to get to 50 pictures I thought I would offer up this video as a tribute.
This video took well over 100,000 screenshots and I urge you to watch the whole thing, it’s well worth it!
The creater Mdaabil gave some fun facts about the video and here they are:
- A total of 88 zones are shown in random order.
- Over 100,000 screenshots taken.
- Screenshots saved in nearly 950 folders
- More than 100 GB of space consumed.
- Around 900 scenes were captured. Only 164 scenes used.
- It took only few seconds to few minutes to capture most of those scenes.
Fel Wood the place that the demons of the burning legion, the undead scourge, and the defenders of Azeroth all battled it out. Lets see some Yin and Yang.
The demon corrupted moonwell versus a pure, and clean one:
Seems that, that moonwell has even purified some of the life around it as well, that grass looks like a healthy type of green instead of the demonic kind. Unfortunately not even the druids and moonwells can win out:
With the Cataclysm, Goblins and Worgen have moved into the area and they’re locked in a heated battle of the resources vs sanctity of this tainted forest.
And the worgen base of operation:
This battle is taking place fairly close to where ancients of the forest sacrficed themselves to corruption to end the war that first ensued in Fel Wood
But there are hold outs all over Fel Wood trying to combat this corruption:
And now time for the best contrast picture I could snag. Ancient night elves vs modern day horde war machine:
IntPiPoMo Tote: 16/50
When you think of Dun Morogh, you think of a roaring fire with snow capped peaks outside that frosty window, am I right?
This picture gets me so excited for Christmas this year. I plan to sit on my couch, under my blanket sipping on some hot chocolate. Meanwhile the christmas tree is twinkling, the snow is falling softly outside my window all the way christmas carols are being belted out by my radio.
Now to post some Yin shots to balance this yang! With dwarves come their gnomish cousins:
And with gnomes obviously comes technology:
IntPiPoMo Tote: 8
Sometimes the sheer beauty of this game still amazes me. The sunlight seems so warm and natural:
In contrast the unatural workds of the Twilights hammer who, with the cataclysm, moved into Loch Modan, it’s close to their home base which is seen in the background, Bastion of Twilight:
IntPiPoMo Tote: 4/50
Angelya over at Revive and Rejuvenate came up with the brilliant idea of IntPiPoMo or International Picture Posting Month. It’s basically a way of giving blogger who are doing NaNoWriMo (and aren’t creative enough to incorporate our works into our blogs) a way to blog without using our word count on our blog and put it towards NaNo. The goal behind NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is to write 50,000 words by the end of November. IntPiPoMo focuses on the same thing, a picture is worth a 1000 words right? Well then the goal is to post 50 pictures in the month of November. I know I’m a little behind, I guess that means I just have to catch up!
My idea for my IntPiPoMo is in honour of our new panda allies in Mists of Pandaria. Monks use Light chi and Dark chi a play off of Yin and Yang, so for my project I’ll also be doing some yin and yang. I’ll take two (or more) pictures of a zone and the catch is, they’ll be COMPLETELY opposite of each other. You know what they say, the best way to highlight difference is to provide contrast. So without further ado I present to you IntPiPoMo:
Kylinda’s been spending some time leveling up in Desolace so naturally I took some pictures of Desolace.
The lush verdant forests of the Cenarion Wildlands:
And the barren plains of the centaur homeland: