I know I’m late to the party on this one. It’s my superhero power!
I wanted to take a few moments and be thankful. I seem to remember it going around the interwebs during Thanksgiving.
I’m thankful for my online WoW friends.
This isn’t an exhaustive list, just some of the people I’m thinking of this morning.
These are all people that have taken time to interact with me in the game, making me feel welcomed and valued.
I’m blessed to interact with McTacky, Xyn and Aza via vent most mornings. For some reason, they are the late night Ausies of the guild! Xyn was kind enough to take me on his Warbringer kills. McTacky is always willing to help out in any way he can, and is the guy to go to for random conversation! Aza saved my tushy with his warlock, when I needed some help with a group quest. He’s always willing to lend a hand.
You know, that kind of describes the whole late night crew of the Frostwolves: Always Willing to Help.
Of course, Navimie is our
tyrannical wonderful guild leader. She’s been awesome.
All three of these guildies have gone out of their way to make me feel welcome in the Frostwolves. My play time is diametrically opposed to almost everyone elses, but they are more than willing to hang out (and not make fun of my TX accent!).
I also mentioned Askevar. She’s another of Navimie’s Lost Blogger Initiative™ reclamations.
You know that one don’t you? It is when WoW Bloggers end up rolling alts in the Frostwolves. If they aren’t careful, they may end up abandoning their mains, and drinking the oceanic/horde cool-aide.
*cough* Not that I would know anything about that. *cough*
Anywho, Askevar is another of my WoW friends that is always willing to chit-chat. Not only that, but she let me in on an old content raid!
I only wiped the raid once.
She even said that my Alliance toon could join her current guild as a social member!
I just wanted to say “Thank You” for allowing me into your virtual lives. It’s been a lot of fun, and I look forward to what WoD brings!