Though you may argue Nyhm's singing ability, you can't debate that he's a clever lyricist with a talent for WoW-humor. So if you've enjoyed Nyhm's previous work, chances are you'll enjoy his latest, produced for Warcry. (And if you don't? My magic 9-ball suggests trying again later.) While you may...

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January 11, 2008 at 12:00PM

Infamous World of Warcraft player Nyhm (and before you complain that he can't sing -- we've got to say it's part of his charm) always delights us with his hilarious music videos. And though Can't PUG KZ is full of World of Warcraft references, we think that any MMO gamer who's wanted to raid, but ...

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When an orc wakes up with a horrible hangover and no booze in sight, he heads for the video store. The clerk begins showing him a series of movies, some hits and some misses. This Machinima has it all - guns, anime girls, tentacles, music, and murlocs. BaronSoosdon has done it again! With voice acti...

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Today's MovieWatch features another silly piece by Nyhm of Can't Pug KZ and (more recently) Death Knight Spree fame. I'm also sure many will be glad to hear this; Summergale is back helping her favorite Blood Elf Warlock out in this video too. Be advised the video is one great big sexual referenc...

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In the newest video from Nyhm, creator of Can't PuG KZ and Death Knight Spree, we're treated to his newest spin on things going on in WoW. This time around Nyhm actually decided to jump from his beloved Warlock and give us the skinny from another caster class -- the Mage! This one features a parod...

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Apparently you can't PuG Karazhan -- which is to say you can't successfully raid "KZ" with a Pick-Up-Group of random players -- but that doesn't stop Nyhm, who, in the spirit of Weird Al, brings us another of his own lip-synced machinima music videos about World of Warcraft-related acronyms (his fi...

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Nyhm is a blood elf warlock who is just so Over-Powered that he wants to sing about it. In the spirit of Weird Al (you might recognize the tune) he brings us his declaration of just how OP he is. The thing I like about this is how he pronounces "OP" as if it were "oappie" or "oh, pee." It's a goo...

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