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  • Nevertheless if you just like exploring (they have some amazing lands there) and don't mind raising your character only a little at a time, this is a great game (and really worth a shot)

    • by Dottie
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      You may think World of Warcraft is a game for no-life losers (I have seen this stated in many places on many websites), but you might want to give it a try nevertheless. Let me tell you a few things about it:

      The game is a massive-multiplayer-online game — meaning you play it online alongside lots of other people, interacting with them as you see fit. The World of Warcraft is, as the name states it, a world with (as of now) two continents. This world is inhabited by many “species” (human, gnome, dwarf, orc, tauren, to name but a few), grouped in two enemy


      “factions”: the Alliance and the Horde. Characters are also grouped in classes, which decide the weapons they can use and the abilities they can earn (for example a hunter can tame wild beasts and make them fight by his side, a warlock can summon minions, a mage can open portals and so on). Regardless to its faction, class, abilities, a character can have two main professions: usually the first one is a gathering one (a herbalist gathering herbs, a miner gathering ores or a miner gathering ore), while the second one turns the gathered stuff into valuable goods (for example herbs can be turned ...

      • into potions if you have the alchemy profession, the ores can be turned into various implements if you have the engineering profession and so on). Besides the two main professions there are three more professions that anyone can also have: cooking (preparing of food), fishing (catching fish) and first aid (making of bandages).

        The thing with this game is that you get better at everything in time. (as an example if you catch enough fish you’ll become a great fisherman, capable of catching fish that are more difficult to catch than the rookies can). As you fight your way through the world you get more

        skilled, find more valuable armor, earn more gold and so on — only it might take a lot of time, and I do mean a lot (which explains why the WoW players are thought to have little or no other life besides it). Nevertheless if you just like exploring (they have some amazing lands there) and don’t mind “raising” your character only a little at a time, this is a great game (and really worth a shot).

        Hope I made you at least a little bit curious about it (not that there’s anything in it for me, I just find it a great game :) ).




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