Hello. I am Swiftstar. I don't play WoW, and I probobly never will, and I've joined mainly to correct bad grammar and mis-spelled words. I did play Warcraft 3, and I'm in the middle of Warcraft 2, but WoW isn't really my style.(I think that I just made myself a lot of enemies by saying that!)
My favorite Warcraft characters: Thrall, Grom, Arthas, Kel-Thuzad,Cenarius, Furion, Maiev, Illidan, Rexxar, and Chen.
My least favorite characters: Archimonde, Cairne, Medivh,and Lady Vashj.
Reasons: Thrall: He's awesome. Grom: He's mean. Arthas: He has a cool sword. Kel-Thuzad: He discovered what Bernoulli got the credit for a few thousand years later. Cenaries: He's green. Furion: He has a staff. Maiev: She's mean. Rexxar: He's very tall. Illidan: He has wings. Chen: He's fluffy.
Archimonde: He's blue. Medivh: He's a bird. Cairne: I hate the line, "Behold, young warchief!" Vashj: She has a wierd accent.
The Lord of the Rings is the finest piece of literature ever to exist.
Warcraft 3 is one of the finest pieces of software ever to exist.
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark is the finest film ever to exist.
The hammer is the finest piece of hardware ever to exist.
Goblins are the greenest beasts ever to walk Azeroth.
My little brother is a goblin.
His favorite animal is a cow.
I speak (some) Latin.
Illidan deserved to kill Arthas.
Sylvanis deserved to kill Arthas.
Uther deserved to kill Arthas.
Antonidas deserved to kill Arthas.
All of the paladins that Arthas killed in the levels, "King Arthas," and, "Digging up the Dead," deserved to kill Arthas.
Mal'Ganis deserved to kill Arthas.
Arthas is one of my favorite characters.
Bernoulli's Principle states that for an ideal fluid (low speed air is a good approximation), with no work being performed on the fluid, an increase in velocity occurs simultaneously with decrease in pressure or a change in the fluid's gravitational potential energy.
Archimedes' principle states: The buoyant force of an object in a fluid is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object.
My principle states that Bernoulli and Archimedes should shut up and get a life.