Posts Tagged ‘ Blizzard ’

WoW Life: Guilds & Me

I returned to WoW saying I wouldn’t get involved as much as I used too, but I really liked my guild and the people in it. After a while I got promoted to veteran and this weekend I even organised a 25 Naxx raid, raidleading it and everything. What happened to my initial promise to myself? And how come WoW always knows to pull me back in?

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WoW Life: the first few weeks

A lot has happened this week in my WoW life: I’ve transferred my level 69 feral druid to Eonar, I’ve started a Death Knight, I’ve changed many professions on my different characters and – the most important thing – I’ve joined a guild!

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Snuggems and Numnums

Since a while I’ve been playing World of Warcraft again casually. I haven’t picked up any of my previously loved characters, because I wanted to start with a clean slate. This means beginning from scratch and going through all the horrors of levelling again! My current characters are Snuggems, level 25 male Tauren hunter 9/7/0 (going for Marksmanship in the future, with a few points in Beast Mastery), skinner and leatherworker and Numnums, level 10 female mage 0/1/0 (going for all-fire), enchanter and tailorer. I want to start another shadowpriest and maybe even a warlock, but for now I’ll enjoy playing Snuggems and Numnums. If you want to join me in-game, go to the Eonar European server (horde). I’ll write something about my experiences playing WoW for a second time soon!

Review World of Warcraft

Verdict: 8

World of Warcraft is one of the most fun, most horrible, most frustrating, most boring, most addictive and most interesting games I’ve played so far. It is very beautiful, as I’ve always said: it’s shiny! And I really love shiny environments. The gameworld is very large, constantly developing and varied. Yet the game becomes boring, repetitive and even frustrating at some points and it’s the social environment that keeps you into it. And it is a definite recommendation for first time gamers!

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