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The Most Comprehensive World of Warcraft Guide

Are you an experienced World of Warcraft player? If you are, I recommend picking up The Ultimate WoW Guide to take your game to the next level. What if you are a new player? Then you MUST get the Ultimate WoW Guide This guide is simply the best and most complete WoW resource for any new players.

Here’s a few things that The Ultimate WoW Guide offers:

1. WoW Beginner Guide – Build a strong foundation of Warcraft fundamentals. Learn to make gold on your first toon and get that first mount the first thing you hit level 40.

2. Alliance and Horde Powerleveling guide that will walk you through level 1 to 70.

3. Professions Guide level professions from 1-375 easily and efficiently.

4. ‘Ultimate Gold Guide’ – Teaches you proven and up to date gold methods that will net you up to 150 gold per hour.

5. Complete Instance Guide includes maps and locations of all the raids and instances in the game. It also provides boss strategies as well as item drop rates. Raid Attunement information are included as well.

6. 115 minutes of Audio.

7. Class Talent Guide will provide up-to-date talent builds for PVP, PVE or hybrid.

8. Class Loot List – Class gear list sorted out by class and build.

9. Honor guide teaches you battleground farming methods.

10. Personal Pet Guide: Fun little extra guide that help players obtain over 50 pets.

11. Free updates and support.

The value of this guide is astounding.

Just The Powerleveling Guide and the Ultimate Gold Guide are worth the $47 in my opinion.

The Ultimate WoW Guide covers almost every aspect of World of Warcraft. The Gold Guide is not as detailed as some of the stand alone gold guides out there, but consider everything else that’s offered, the unbelievable value more than makes up for this tiny shortcoming.

Jim Wapp is a WoW enthusiast; he is constantly looking for new and more efficient ways to do things in-game. He is also an active raider and generous contributor to his guild.

Personalized Pet Memorials

Some people believe that it is downright foolish to mourn the death of a pet. However, people who have experienced the joy of animals in their lives and the opportunity to share the bond of unconditional love feel that it is the perfectly right thing to do.

Whether it is a human being or an animal, coming to terms with separation due to death is difficult. Creating a memorial for a pet can be an important source of reminder about the good times. Most people like to enshrine their pet’s memories in a simple photograph whereas certain pet-lovers prefer a more elaborate setting through a personalized pet memorial. As most local authorities do not permit burial of animals, cremation remains the best option.

Most veterinary care facilities in the US make arrangements for the cremation of pets. After cremation, the animal’s ashes are handed over to the pet owner, who may choose to make it a part of a pet memorial. The location of the pet memorial depends on the pet-lover, but many people choose to keep the remains within the house or at the pet’s favorite spot. The ashes can be kept in a box or urn, which are available in wood, stone and metal. Most memorial container makers can include the pet’s picture or its likeness as part of the design and engrave the name and date as well.

Personalizing a pet memorial is all about immortalizing the uniqueness of the pet and releasing the pain associated with its death. Pet-lovers can design the memorial as they choose, adding articles they consider necessary. For instance, some pet owners include their pet’s collar, leash, feeding and watering bowls and even its beloved rag, in the memorial. A few pictures of the people that loved the pet or small articles belonging to them can also be arranged at the personalized pet memorial.

Some pet lovers preserve all the cutest moments in their pet’s life in photographs and videos, which is used as a part of the memorial. Each member of the pet’s family would typically have at least one special moment with the pet, whether it was the time the pup ran off with their shoe or the time the iguana bit their finger. These moments can be written down and added to the personalized memorial.

While creating personalized pet memorials, pet-lovers should let the love for their pets guide them in deciding on ways to personalize and thus immortalize the pet’s memory.

Tips to Help You Choose the Perfect

Rufus, Pickles, Bailey or Max?

Choosing pet names is a lot of fun, but it can also be a challenge. First and foremost, you’ll want to pick a name that you like and that also suits your pet. With this in mind, here are 10 pet naming tips to help inspire you and keep you on the right track:

1) Make sure you know your pet’s gender. This may sound like a no-brainer, but I’ve known many pet owners who have suddenly realized that their “Jack” is actually a “Jill”!

2) Keep it simple. Two-syllable names are easiest to call out and for your pet to understand. If you really want a long name like Sergeant Pepper Paws, make sure it can be shortened to something like “Serge” or “Pepper” for everyday use, and that you like the shortened form.

3) Avoid names that sound like commands. This tip is more relevant to dogs and pets that will actually listen to you.

4) Don’t choose a name that you will be embarrassed to call out in public. I named one of my first childhood pets, a calico cat, Chocolate Fart Bum. Her name was immediately changed to Chocky when my mother took her for her first visit to the vet!

5) Let your imagination run wild. Pet names can be witty, famous, regal, related to your hobbies…whatever appeals to you. A friend of mine is a golf fanatic so he named his cats Putter and Birdie.

6) Let your pet’s appearance inspire you. When you first get a new pet, it may take you a while to get to know its true personality, and as it grows, its behavior may change. Your pet’s appearance, on the other hand, is much more likely to stay constant.

7) Use your pet’s breed for inspiration. For example, choose a French name for your Bichon Frise, a Scottish name for your Scottish Fold or a German name your Dachshund.

8) Consult pet naming books and websites for ideas. These resources will provide you with hundreds if not thousands of options.

9) Let your pet guide you. Create a shortlist of names that you like and then try calling them out to your pet. Its response just might help you pick the perfect one!

10) Be respectful – don’t pick names that will demean your pet.