Reader WoWspace of the Week: Erikmathew

Krystalle Voecks
K. Voecks|11.20.07

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Reader WoWspace of the Week: Erikmathew

This week for our "Almost time for the American Food, Family, and Football Day" edition, we're bringing a WoWspace to you that keeps the family in mind. It doesn't just house Erikmathew, L64 Undead Rogue of <Sabotage> from the Sargeras server; it's the space where he and his kids geek out together. Here's the 411 on this space from Erikmathew (he named his Rogue for his son) himself:

OK, here is a picture of my down to earth WoWspace. Included in the picture is -- first and foremost -- my assistant copilot Meg (4) who is someday sure to be a vital part of the WoW community. Also pictured is my 39 gallon aquarium, which is very calming after a long night of raiding. From there, you'll notice my logitech X230 speakers, 19" Dell LCD screen, Logitech Elite Keyboard LE, and Logitech Marble Mouse.

Additionally, I have several pictures of the family so I don't forget I have a life outside of WoW and a notepad for taking notes while in-game. Oh, and my mascot the skeleton beanie baby (creepers), several stacks of misc. used and unused DVD recordable discs and my cyber acoustics headset. Not seen in the picture (it's below the desk) is the subwoofer for the X230 speakers, and the workhorse that powers all my WoW fun -- a custom built PC with 3.2 ghz P4, 2 GB of Kingston Hyper-X Ram, Seagate Barracuda 250 GB HDD, Creative Labs Soundblaster Audigy 7.1, and a XFX 8800gtx PCI-e video card.

As the axiom goes, "the family that slays together, stays together" -- or something like that. Whatever the case may be, we wish Erikmathew, family and fish many happy hours gaming together. If you'd like to show off your own WoWspace in an upcoming edition, just send along pictures and all the information about it to me at! Oh, and a happy pie day to all -- no matter where you are. (Do you really need a reason to enjoy a pie day?)
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