Epic Guides Podcast
By Joey Lapetina
To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play. Open iTunes to download and subscribe to podcasts.
The Epic Guides Podcast is a guide to life in the World of Warcraft and other alternate realities and fantasy Worlds. Download it and take it with you to get your constant injection of WoW on the go.
|1||VideoVideo Guide to the Deadmines!||This is my first Epic Guides Video cast. A guide to the deadmines. Use it to get a headstart or a...||8/5/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Before you group and Leading a group.||Epic Guides is back. In this cast I cover the things you should do before you group and I go over...||7/27/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanEpic Guides Podcast #3 DPS/MA||In the Third Epic Guides Podcast the featured segment is on damage dealing and the main assist. T...||4/1/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Epic Guides Podcast #2 Healers||Hello everyone and thanks for your interest in The Epic Guides second Podcast. In this show we co...||3/25/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||Epic Guides Podcast #1 Tanks||The first Epic Guides Podcast covers a bit of an intro to the show and then jumps right in to the...||3/17/2006||Free||View In iTunes|
This may be the most informative WoW podcast I have heard! If you haven't yet heard an episode yet, I highly suggest that you do. It provides humor, and info on the most popular MMO today (and my personal favorite game)!
This podcast should be required listening for every WoW player!
Seriously. Joey has summed up in just 3 podcasts what every player needs to know to perform well in a group. This is the kind of basic, but essential information that sets the good players apart from the bad. You need to check this out! Please keep it coming Joey!
Very, Very Informative
This is what I've been looking for. I primarily solo in WOW, but I'm starting to work with more pickup groups, etc. As a tank, every seems to think I know exactly what to do. I know what I think a tank is supposed to do, but Joey clarified many things for me. His descriptions are easy to visualize and understand. Tonight I learned all the things I could do with the /who command. I hope he does Macros soon!