April Announcement from the Khaz Modan Elf of the Month Club

Dear Cheese Lovers of Azeroth,

For a year now, the Khaz Modan Cheese of the Month Club has worked to spread the joy of cheese to all the people of our world. Where there are dark corners, we light a fire and share cheese around it. Recently, I’ve returned from Kalimdor. My journey got myself to thinking again how the history of the Night Elves is so full of dark corners, and how they haven’t got any decent cheese.

We’ve been focusing on the wrong thing, folks.

This isn’t something that can be fixed by talking about more cheese… it’s time to focus on the elves themselves!  That’s why I’m announcing that , as of the first day of April, the Khaz Modan Cheese of the Month Club is becoming the Khaz Modan Elf of the Month Club! Here are our new objectives:

To increase appreciation of elven architecture through regular motorcycle tours through Darnassas and Silvermoon City.

To learn to properly recognize kaldorei, quel’dorei, and sin’dorei rather than just calling them all “elfdorei”.

To make sure every elven child get a pet rabbit.

To add more mailboxes around Azeroth so elves are never without a spot to dance.

To show an appreciation for elven art through our “Elven Pin-Up of the Month” project. Models may apply by dancing on the nearest mailbox.


I suggest everyone get to work on this, because the second of April is bringing back the Cheese of the Month Club. That’s right… you’ve got one bloody day to get all that accomplished! And when the sun rises in Dun Morogh on the morning of April second, the Cheese of the Month will be Salted Yeti Cheese. I’ve still got a few bags of it from Northrend.

– F. Stouthammer, spokesdwarf for the Khaz Modan CHEESE of the Month Club


~ by Fizzy Stouthammer on 03/31/2011.

2 Responses to “April Announcement from the Khaz Modan Elf of the Month Club”

  1. Landbox mines would solve so many of Azeroth’s problems.

  2. Aye. Sadly, I’se specifically instructed not to attempt to blow up anything remotely related to elves again. Whether I got caught or not. Not even if I offered to hand out portable mailboxes to replace the blown up ones.

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