So a few days ago, while I was playing World of Warcraft, a friend of mine popped the idea of writing a song about WoW. Interested, we began. The song we started to use as a guideline was “Billionaire” by Travie McCoy. Here is what we have so far ;):
I wanna be a Paladin, so freakin’ bad.
Kill all of the rogues I never had.
I wanna be a Dranei with Silencing Shot.
Bustin’ up the BGs like Lich King.
Oh, every time I close my eyes, I see myself as a Death Knight, yeaaah.
A different faction every night, oh right, I swear.
The world better prepare, for my Cataclysm affair.
I would have a sword from Icecrown
I would be the host of Thunder Bluff Brewfest, give Thrall the wish list.
I’d probably pull a Ryoohki and Shysie,
Make fun of all the southerners I see.
Give away a few copper like, “Here gnome, have this.”
And last but not least give a free port to Dalarn
~So, yeah, that’s all we have right now. :D We’d love to here what y’all have to say about it. ^.^
Have you heard what the Alliance are getting as a mount in Cataclysm?”
“A short, yellow bus. — Random Horde in General Chat (STV)
I’ve loved battlegrounds since day one of World of Warcraft. What haven’t I liked? The nooblets, of course.
I’ve never understood how you can join a Warsong Gulch and not feel like you’re doing something wrong when you lose the game within the first seven minutes of it starting. Granted, there is an achievement for that- it’s supposed to be able to happen. Buuut…..why would it be worth noting (getting an achievement for) if it was supposed to happen all the time!?
I just do NOT get it and it’s honestly getting annoying((:
Does anybody have a way to solve this Nooblet Plaque?
The Broom mount….
Too bad it has to go, eh? >.<
Odd to think about being so sentimental over a game until you realize you made lifelong friends and worked hard to accomplish goals with them. You realize you saw and did things you’ll never forget and forged unforgettable memories: good, bad, bizarre, heartwarming, etc. People call it nerdy or pitiful but our proceeding generation has already taken to online worlds in overwhelming numbers. Even if WoW is not the first to do what it did - World of Warcraft is and was “the” MMO to popularize MMOs. — I got this from a friend’s facebook status who took it from a Youtube video. Many of my WoW friends believe that “it’s one of the most hardcore nerd speeches ever.”