Just some random kids blog

February 22, 2008

World of warcraft

Filed under: Uncategorized — dustinwiwxroy @ 7:16 pm

World of Warcraft is an online MMORPG. The objective of the game is to get to the highest level (which is level 70), and to get more/better gear. You can choose any of the eight races on one of the two sides, the sides are… Alliance, and Horde, the Alliance can either be a Human, Gnome, Dranie, Night elf, and a Dwarf. The horde can be Orcs, Trolls, Blood elf, Tauren, and Undead.

There are 8 different types of classes you can choose from, there is a Mage, Shamman, Warrior, Warock, Priest, Rogue, Paladin, and Hunter. You have to get better weapons in order for you to be able to level at a decent speed, weapons or armor can be Grey (which means it isn’t good), white (which means it is better than grey but it is still no good), Green (which means it is better than white and it is ok), blue (which means it is better than green and it is a pretty good weapon) Purple (which means it is a lot better than grey white green or blue and it is awesome) orange (which means it is a really good weapon that is better than any other weapon, and it is really hard to get.) and there is red (when the name of and item is in red… it is called an artifact, you cannot get it no matter what you do, unless you are a gm (game master) then you can create your own items). It doesn’t matter what the color of you armor name Is, because it depends on the stats that it gives, lets say there is a green for level 68 that gives +29 stamina and +32 agility, then there is a blue item for level 70 that gives +54 strength and +11  agility, the green one is a lot better.

If you want to join go to www.worldofwarcaft.com

It costs $15 a month… the website gives more information about it.

Hope to see you in game!! 😀


1 Comment »

  1. Wow, you must rwally be into that game, you play it every day and you write a blog post about it? Wow, haha, it’s a pretty good game though. It’s a fun thing to play. Peace.

    Comment by Skyler — April 11, 2008 @ 3:56 pm

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