Well this person obviously hasn't been to the glorious and friendly realm that is Tichondrius.
420 comments in the screenshot... noice!
would be cool if blizz makes a shout out to all the essential workers during this pandemic
I absolutely agree. Working in Film & Television, I normally have so much escape that reality is the refreshment. I've most recently spent a month on location and then some time on another show in my home city. I'm definitely not in the game 24-7, but I have the Christmas break free and will be doing my best.Reality is stranger than fiction, right now, though.I've liked all expansions, for one reason or another, but this one has been fantastic so far. There are more reasons that would be rational to list.Somehow, I don't seem to be experiencing the things I see complained about. For me, the things that I see other people complaining about are challenges and overcoming them has been positive.I completely understand where that nurse is coming from, will not indulge in the kind of forum negativity that I do my best not to read and look forward to more.If you're one of the people who keeps complaining, why are you still here? I refuse to be negative about the world that has allowed me to escape for so long. It's been wonderful for / to me and I will not let negative people wipe the smile from my face.Into the game I go. I'll consider myself lucky to encounter that druid.
I thought it said "found Nurse Joy in Shadowlands" for a second, hehThat is neat, I'd hate to be in the medical industry in the US right now.
In these trying times, it's great to have a place to socialize, make friends and have a network that offers support and distraction in an enjoyable environment.Great stories. The holidays are upcoming, and may be a lonely time for many. I encourage everyone to extend a warm hand to your guildies and online friends. Friends are friends, and time spent with them matters, in any environment. And the holidays may be rough for some. Let's get each other through, in the spirit of the holidays and friendship.
Even though I am not playing this expansion, it does make me happy to see others finding a measure of joy in the madness that has been this year.
Such an awesome things to see. Our first responders and medical personnel are truly a blessing. I know how tough it can be with my mother being a clinical director in a high risk population group. All that she sees and reports is death, so this is a great thing to see being connected to both communities (COVID & WoW)!
unfortunate timing that this expansion just so happens to be about the dead suffering in warcraft hell