Vanilla WOW Gold World of Warcraft has brought together many people over the last 15 years or so and formed the basis for friendships and even partnerships. With such a long life of a game it’s not enough that players have lost one or the other important companion over the years. Some of these players honor the deceased with very special Classic characters.
Anyone who has already heard our current buffed-cast knows that colleague Wolfgang met his wife in World of Warcraft (now for € 12.99). What sounds like a cliché has been quite common in the last 15 years or so. WoW just brought people together. Be it by chance encounters from which then friendships and partnerships emerged. Be it because it gave them the opportunity to do something together with distant (or of course close) friends and relatives on a regular basis.
But a lot can happen in 15 years. With such a long life of a game it is not enough that many an Azeroth veteran lost an important companion from back then. One of these players uses the reddit name TheMrMunch and has missed the following caption for a picture published a few hours ago:
“About 7.5 years ago a good friend of mine who took me to WoW died and in Classic I’ve rebuilt his character with the same name look and skill.” Today Scribbler has his mount to get :)”
A super nice gesture cheap Vanilla WOW Gold right? And TheMrMunch is not the only player who honors old companions in this way. In the comment section for example QuesoHusker has also reported that his brother in 2005 could inspire WoW. He died on July 14 2007. Today QuesoHusker plays a dwarf hunter called Kalajeera as did his brother back then.
You will find such small stories again and again in the more than 250 comments. And all of these prove that WoW has been more than just a game to many people over the years. Nice that Classic just reminds us of that.
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