Every week, Blog Azeroth proposes a Shared Topic for World of Warcraft bloggers to discuss. This week’s topic was proposed by frinka of Warcraft Street.
What is the nicest thing another player has ever done for you in-game?
How about sending me a full computer, a video card, or TOR? Wait, that wasn’t in-game. Unfair.
There was the homemade jam that I was sent. Wait, that’s the same problem.
Okay, how about letting me roll on and win the Black War Mammoth because the raid leader already had it? He said he would have ninja’d it otherwise. Wait, that wasn’t nice.
How about the guy who let Moogle have the Sinister Squashling because she really wanted one? No, that wasn’t for me.
At first I couldn’t think of what to write for this topic. However, I quickly realized it was because there was no one single action that was the nicest. My guild’s acceptance, friendship, and teamwork as a whole is probably the nicest thing. It’s people constantly passing on gear, insisting that someone else take it. It’s the planning and worrying the our guild leader and raid leaders have to do. I couldn’t count the number of ways that I’m reassured that my feelings matter.
I guess you could say I like my guild. I know this is sort of stretch to fit the topic, but it’s how I feel.
Last week’s topic was also proposed by frinka.
Knowing what you know now about the game, what name other than World of Warcraft would you give it? Why?
My favorite response was by Mia of Chronicles of Mia.
She suggests a number of names, including Warcraft: Evolution or “possibly change Warcraft to Azeroth.” Azeroth: Evolution and Warcraft: Evolution both seem like cool names to me!