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Reply by CORKSCREW
i play on those nonoffical servers with my friend and they were fun but holy crap are people freaking mean on there when it's your first time playing WoW. I think I had low stats and i didnt know what I was doing most of the time and it pissed a lot of more experienced players off even though i was trying my best. One person harassed me in the dms after a dungeon and i think anpther person called me a slur.
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Reply by Superchamp41
I've been playing the new expansion that came out a few weeks ago, had to stand outside the best buy near me with my buddy Jackson just to get a copy of it. But after standing there for 5 hours in the cold I have to say that my 40$ purchase was worth it since I am really loving the new northrend zones and how it picks off the story of arthas from Warcraft III. Probably the best 40 bucks I spent in quite some time. Defiantly worth the 40$ for the great content, if this one is good just wonder what blizzard will unveil next I'm excited for WoWs future.
Reply by Velma R. Harold
This post on play snake was quite entertaining despite the fact that it took me some time to read all of the comments that were deleted. It was really helpful to me, and I'm sure it will be to everyone else who comments on this post as well! It's wonderful that you're not just getting information, but also having fun!
Reply by Bob14
World of Warcraft (WOW) has captivated gamers for over a decade with its immersive fantasy world and epic quests. Whether you're a seasoned player or a newcomer, the allure of exploring Azeroth, battling fearsome foes, and forging unforgettable alliances remains undiminished. In the ever-evolving landscape of WOW, players strive to conquer challenges and unlock achievements. This is where the concept of a "wow mythic carry" comes into play, where experienced players assist others in tackling the most formidable dungeons and raids, enabling them to attain greater glory. The WOW community thrives on collaboration, and the opportunity to join forces with fellow adventurers, whether through epic battles or receiving a wow mythic carry, keeps the magic of Azeroth alive and thriving.
Reply by BOBBY_BOTBOB!
i love wow!!!!!! i started playing at like 4 years old!!!! i didn't even know how to read, but i was still playing, same with heroes of the storm! wow is one of my fave games and i don't care how bad it gets! i love researching the lore and talking to people about it, i love playing old quests i wasn't able to play at the right time because uhm y'know the mind of a 4 year old is not very intelligent :b.... anyways wow is good :p