I do usually dress up for the World of Warcraft release parties as my troll. For Cataclysm, I dressed up in Gamemaster’s Robes (still as my troll), while my girlfriend went as Sylvanas to theStockholmrelease party, and for Wrath, we just went as a generic troll/blood elf couple in random fantasy clothes/armor. We’ll see what we can cook up for Pandaria, but I sadly have less time to get a suit together than I used to. Chances are high that I’ll show up as a troll, however!And when you’re not playing WoW, what are you doing?
I work, dreary as that sounds! I’ve got a master of science in business/economy and do that for a living. In my spare time, I enjoy hanging out with friends, play games, etc. I also enjoy cooking and often have friends over for dinner followed by some gaming or going out somewhere. I live with my girlfriend, and we usually end up doing whatever the other one is doing if we have nothing to do, so our days can be a touch “unplanned” like that, but it’s all good. I do enjoy taking it easy and just enjoying my time off for what it is instead of filling up every ounce of free time I have with activities.
“I never thought of playing WoW like that!” — and neither did we, until we talked with Game of Thrones’ Hodor (Kristian Nairn) … a blind ex-serviceman and the guildmates who keep him raiding as a regular … and a 70-year-old grandma who tops her raid’s DPS charts as its legendary-wielding GM. We appreciate the enthusiasm of everyone who signed up for the World of Warcraft Annual Pass, and weâ€™re working hard to get you into the beta. We know youâ€™re excited to explore Pandaria and test the new content, and weâ€™ll keep you posted here in the forums when weâ€™re ready to send out another wave. IfÂ you habe any interesting story, welcome to share them with us. We offer the whole day service to provide the gold and the service.