Warcraft taught me...

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Warcraft taught me that there are people out there who must criticize everything about their fellow players.
In addition, that some people truly believe that Blizzard deliberately scams them (ever heard that you'll never con an honest John?)

On the more light hearted side, Warcraft taught me that I can't swim with full backpacks, in heavy armour and get out of the water without wet hair.
Warcraft taught me that it's always humans who start bad things and not animals.
This game has taught me that you can make explosives out of anything. Wheeeee!
Here are my favourite :

Wet fur not fun to sleep on.
Mouth only hole that banana go in.
Don't pull own tail when there are other tails to pull.
Poo not good to eat, but very good to throw.
Firecracker for throwing, banana for eating.
Peel banana first, eat second.

Wisest words haven't been spoken,
Warcraft taught me in vanilla that mages don't need Sang'thraze the Deflector just because they can equip it... Ah newbie days, how i miss them
14/02/2014 16:43Posted by Zakkaru
Mouth only hole that banana go in.


Witness how I'm not commenting on this.

Also witness how I'm going to get my coat.
14/02/2014 16:43Posted by Zakkaru
Here are my favourite :

Wet fur not fun to sleep on.
Mouth only hole that banana go in.
Don't pull own tail when there are other tails to pull.
Poo not good to eat, but very good to throw.
Firecracker for throwing, banana for eating.
Peel banana first, eat second.

Wisest words haven't been spoken,


Behold, the creator of all the hozen hai-pu.
14/02/2014 13:17Posted by Taepsilum
I was going for a funny answer, but oh well... here’s what I truly think:

… that a great and immersive videogame can inspire people to become the best version of themselves, to help, to collaborate, and to trust each other much faster and much more openly than in real life.
That maybe there's something we can actually take from certain videogames (like true equality), principles that can help to shape and improve the way we do most things in real life. People seem happier and more self-motivated when they're actively working towards a greater, shared, global goal.


Get the world leaders to remove the monetary system across the globe and watch what would happen.

OT: Not all coins roll to rome
That I'm really bad at this game!

ps I'm using the term bad as in bad, not as young people use it as 'kickass'
14/02/2014 00:27Posted by Archronos
Warcraft taught me, that there is no Spirit Healer in real life.

Don't ask...


You made the way back, grats;)

Also keep this in mind if you engage a Wild Wolf or Bear. it will only work one time;)

WoW taught me that you can auto-aggro/taunt any Human if you dont have enough backmoney in the grocery store. And that aggro spreads to all near People;)
Warcraft taught me that if you teach somebody to cook they will show up with a gift for you every day until the end of the world (of warcraft)

Warcraft taught me that the penalty for building a swimming pool without the necessary permissions is ten thousand years imprisonment

Warcraft taught me that a hat perfectly sized for a gnome takes up the same amount of space in a bag as a dragons head which is several times bigger than the gnome
WOW taught me that people will pay you for all kinds of garbage.
14/02/2014 16:43Posted by Zakkaru
Mouth only hole that banana go in.

What is this i don't even
Wow taught me that even if you pay for a game it dont mean you get to play it.

In your face Blizzard.
14/02/2014 17:27Posted by Hellskream
Wow taught me that even if you pay for a game it dont mean you get to play it.

In your face Blizzard.


So edgy that people bleed to death when they touch you!
Warcraft taught me that which doesn't kill me, gives me XP.
14/02/2014 18:17Posted by Máz
Warcraft taught me that which doesn't kill me, gives me XP.


Made my day, sweet!
Warcraft taught me that life isn't fair. Even in the digital world. Damn i rolled 99 and a rogue 100 on invincible reins.................
Warcraft taught me that I no take candle and slow down
Warcraft taught me english, so now I have well payed job, so I can afford beautiful woman with brain and we will have daughter. Warcraft arenas taught me to decide quickly without hesitation so now I am manager. I still play Warcraft...

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