Topic 2: How has WoW changed/impacted your life?


It’s week 2 of our blog challenge! Thank you to everyone who participated in our first week, or shared and liked the posts – we really appreciate the support, and love reading other people’s thoughts.

This week marks the 12th anniversary of World of Warcraft (oh my, how time flies!). So we wanted our topic this week to be something that really focussed on this game that is such a big part of our lives. So the topic for week two is…

How has World of Warcraft changed/impacted your life?

You can approach this however you like – have you made amazing friends in game? Has it made you more/less understanding of people? Have you found love in game? Have you learned some new skills because of WoW? We’d love to read/see/hear your thoughts.

Write/talk about this topic, then come back here and leave a comment with a link to your blog so that we can add it to this post. Check out the About page for more info. And if you want some stuff to put on your post, go grab some pics from our Stuff! page.

This topic will be open until Friday 25 November, and then we’ll have a new one for you.

Have fun writing! (And Happy Birthday World of Warcraft!!)

Blog posts about this topic

Z is for Zeirah

By Z
Z and Cinder’s shared blog challenge: How has World of Warcraft changed/impacted your life?

Cinder Says

By Cinder
Blog Challenge – 12 years and the impact

WoW Roadtrip

by Natanie and Moo
Blog Challenge #2 – How has World of Warcraft changed/impacted your life?

Your Quest Log Is Full

By TheBMatt
Blog Challenge #2: How has WoW impacted or changed your life?

AmerPriest Blog

By Amer Priest
Blog Challenge: #2 How has WoW changed my life?


12 thoughts on “Topic 2: How has WoW changed/impacted your life?

  1. Oh boy. Where could I start.

    I have seen the good in people. And the bad. I have been put down, I have been told that people have a great deal of respect for me. I have seen that a great deal of people playing this game have problems. Anxiety, severe health issues, jobs, family, social. It is an endless list. Where many would see someone leave a guild in a huff, I ask what’s wrong. The young man living with his parents on disability, who’s father just died, and mother is in early stages of Alzheimer’s. What WoW has shown me is there are people behind the character. They have flaws. They can be good or bad. But when you treat them like people, it’s a wonderful thing.

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