Showerthought: After spending 10 years of my life in Azeroth, I don't play wow to have fun. I play wow to come home.

Reading through posts where people talk about playing together with their children and spouses made me realize just how much wow has become a part of my life.

I started playing back in Vanilla, when I was around Anduin's age. Now we are both adults, and I can't help but feel like we've grown up together.

My sibligns have been playing for almost as long as I have, and whenever we meet and talk about our life, in between topics about work and school, there's also the "I was passing through Feralas the other day, and...", like it's a completely natural, integral part of our daily experiences.

Sometimes I log in, not to do any quests and achievements, but simply to take a walk through these familiar places and marvel at the sights, reminiscing (or 'membering, if you like) all the fun times I had in there.

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Here's a spreadsheet I made for leveling alts (Horde side only tho)

Showerthought: After spending 10 years of my life in Azeroth, I don't play wow to have fun. I play wow to come home.Pretty much the title, I should preface this by saying that I have fully upgraded all of my heirlooms, I don't have Draenor flying yet, and you will need the toy called "The Azeroth Campaign". Also: this is my own opinion, which means that this is the way that I found to be the most efficient whilst also being enjoyable :) Google docs link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HaY68su3zH-u2RXMJYXP8arA_nTtZO1HajcpSCxcRfU/edit?usp=sharing If you have a suggestion to make this more fun and/or efficient, please share your thoughts with me in a comment so I may consider making changes and if this gets popular I may invest some time to make an alliance version to this :D su...