I'm thankful to my parents, for getting me my Computer and standing by me. With mah Computer, I've learnt PHP, HTML, CSS, a bit of Java and I am getting into C++. With this, I hope to become a Computer Programmer with either Microsoft, or maybe even join Blizzard and see how I can make World of Warcraft a better game.When I read your Post, Malgayne, I was sincerely touched by it. I think a lot more people other than you have WoW to thanks for most (if not all) of their lives.Then there are those people you meet that just play it because it's a game. I think the people that have been moved & helped by WoW understand & enjoy it more, because they know what it's done in their lives.
I have 7 words for you.What a long, strange trip it's been.EDIT: I'm simply thankful for my friends, even those who have more than likely forgotten me on my old server.I really miss them, and I'm thinking of going back... Back to the glory days. Back to where it all started, 3 years ago.
Happy Thanksgiving, all!/hugsI'm thankful for having a family, and being blessed with a charmed enough life to enjoy WoW.And WoW strangely HAS affected my life. WoW has improved my basic sense of courtesy.Yeah, I know, everyone's always saying "WOW RUINS PEOPLES LIVES AND MAKES THEM BECOME CRAZY SUPER IMPOLITE PEEPUL!11one." But they're just wrong. I have started wishing people I know nice days (even the ones I don't know too well-- or at all), among other things. Also, when my friends play WoW with me, it helps us become better friends, like those crappy trust exercises that you've been forced to do-- just with this actually working.
There is no doubt that WoW has changed the life of mine and several other million people's.It is a landmark in life in which you can say that a game that you've played for over 4 years has changed your life, for the better.I can honestly say that without the internet or WoW, I would not be nearly as intelligent or sincere as a person that I am today, and I am extremely thankful for all of the work and dedication that every member of Blizzard, and all of their players really, have put forth to help.I have been a faithful Blizzard gamer since Warcraft: O&H, and to be sitting here today still enjoying every moment of Blizzard's new games makes me even happier than you could imagine.Have a wonderful Thanksgiving everyone, play on. :)
Excellent post! It's great to hear where you have come from and the amazing influence a simple (well not that simple) game can have on you.I am thankful of many things, most especially my partner with whom I have had many adventures (virtual and otherwise).
Merry Thanksgiving every1
Cool stroy brah,No but honestly i really can't wait to see what Wow has in store for me. As a pretty new player i've made Wow a part of my life and i really enjoy my time on it and have learned a lot from playing it even tho I'm not to sure it'll make any major progress in my life I'm sure it will grow with me as i make progress myself
This blog made me feel warm inside :)/spread the loveHappy Thanksgiving everyone!I am thankful for WoW as it brought me to my current guild, filled with the most wonderful and cheery people around, can't wait to meet m all next year :)Also, I am thankful for cats. Why? Because they're cats :)-X-
most lives are ruined by this game.
Your story really got me. Well maybe I'm not thankfull for blizzard, since WoW It's kind of an addiction to me, and maybe I didn't got any good thing out of it, except some friends in game. Other than that I'm very thankfull for my Sensei, he standed by me this last four years, and he's one of the best persons I met in my whole life. Even though he's not perfect, I care for him. Also I'm thankfull for my current job, that even though I play counter strike 70% of the time, they pay me, and with that I pay WoW and other activities ^^Thanks for sharing with us Malgayne. Happy thanks giving day to all the community out there!