• January 23, 2023

Youve Got To Play Wow

Learn 2 Play | WoWWiki

Learn 2 Play is a song written by Clint Hackleman, who also produces videos for Myndflame. The machinima video was created by the Hackleman Brothers: D. W. and Clint Hackleman. This author has written other WoW fan songs like “MC Raiders”, “HMS Theramore”, and “She’s a Man” which was a winner of the Blizzcon 2008 song contest.
Learn 2 Play Lyrics
Gotta make it to the spire one more time
before I’m gonna get an upgrade
Four A. M. don’t matter cuz I got nothing better to do
It’s time for skool
I earned every epic you got by skippin class stupid ass,
Don’t be a hater!
I’ll tell ya how to learn to play,
Ya gotta play WoW evey day.
You’ve got to play WoW
You’ve got to play every day
You wanna be a PvP god
Sportin rank fourteen gear like that warrior’s got
Quit your job, who needs forty grand
When you got a shiny weapon that can two-shot Rag.
Don’t push your rank!
But I’m tired!
I don’t care if you got the best gear in the game,
Don’t you want rewards from Burning Crusade?
No not really.
Learn to play!
Gold, gold, swimming in gold
Time to make a twink it’ll never get old.
Rolling over cloth with my twenty-nine rogue,
Crusader enchant on every weapon I own!
Aww hax! What the fuck- Pwned
Crit Aimed Shot from across the zone?
Button-mashing lucky bastard, I was on the phone!
Final Chorus
I Play WOW Paroles – JACE HALL [+ Video Lyric] - GreatSong

I Play WOW Paroles – JACE HALL [+ Video Lyric] – GreatSong

I Play WOW, can’t nobody mess with me now.
I’m on a quest with my guild getting wild.
Its my crowd, and I’m proud, screw you, I’m down, shut your mouth.
Schools out works over take your face to Coffee Bean.
I gotta get to Azeroth, you Luddites ain’t stopping me.
My equips legit, look me up in the armory.
Were at war stupid buster, theres no peace or harmony.
No one seems to get it, but thats alright.
My girl keeps whining, complaining and starting fights.
She wants to cuddle and watch movies in the candlelight.
But wednesdays thru fridays are strictly raid nights.
When I’m down or depressed, I go connect.
My real friends are online fighting to the death.
Moms banging on my door come eat your eggs and bacon.
I call it straight dedication, you can call it crazy.
You talking stuff man, why don’t you come and play me?
I’m going 22 hours, who you calling lazy?
I play WOW, I play WOW, I play WOW, turn it up say it loud.
You can say I’m a fanatic or even addicted.
Say my habits are bad, my silly life is conflicted.
But if it makes me happy, why should I quit this?
The world brings me down WOW makes me uplifted.
Every moment with my guild is a moment I cherish.
Call me a nerd, call me a geek, but Im no longer embarrassed.
Say I’m socially screwed, never have kids or a marriage.
I don’t live my life for money, fame or chasing your carrots.
An while people like to hate discriminate and be mean.
In my world we work together to defeat the Lich King.
Doesn’t matter if your Black, white, ugly or fat.
Real life can be harsh and put me down.
Telling me I ain’t nothing and I’m on shaky ground.
But I don’t hear that anymore, my headphones up too loud.
I’m on top of the world cause, I… PLAY WOW!!!
I’m down with the horde, I’m a blood elf paladin.
Alliance messing with me, the humans are challenging.
When you can’t understand me this is what I do.
Or better yet go play ROCK BAND with that sad guitar.
And no, I don’t want to date your stupid AVATAR.
I’m getting busy clocking kills in every single way.
My guild legit, come on man this ain’t FELICIA DAY.
And who thought there come a time where the world would see.
Millions of critics and cynics who feel just like me.
Were all living in a better alternate reality
I play WOW, I play WOW, I play WOW, turn it up say it loud.
Finally playing World of Warcraft after 20 years as an MMO fan

Finally playing World of Warcraft after 20 years as an MMO fan

I have a confession to make. I’ve been playing MMORPGs for 20 years now, but I’ve only just started playing World of Warcraft. And not live World of Warcraft. No, no, no – I’m playing WoW Classic. That’s right, this is what a total newcomer would have felt all the way back in 2004, except through the eyes of a jaded MMO player.
First, some context. While it’s puzzling how an MMORPG fan could go 20 years ignoring the MMO, there are reasons. My parents deeply mistrusted videogames when I was young, so I never got to play the likes of GTA, Resident Evil, or, indeed, WoW until I was old enough to make big boy decisions. Meanwhile, I watched on in horror as a number of childhood friends practically vanished into WoW, so it’s not difficult to see why I formed a bit of a grudge against Blizzard’s multiplayer behemoth.
But still, I was drawn to the idea of living out my dreams of being a medieval knight in a persistent online world filled with thousands of actual people. Back in the early ‘00s, that was a dazzling concept. I cut my teeth in Runescape, because of course, before moving onto much worse free-to-play fare like Knight Online, Fly for Fun, and Silkroad Online. There are genuinely another 100 or so free MMOs I played before taking on WoW.
Really though, my first true love in the genre was classic Guild Wars. It positioned itself as the anti-WoW: friendly to casuals, skill-based rather than gear-based, and with proper PvP. I maintain that it’s a truly special, one-of-a-kind experience in the MMO genre that managed to pair beautiful, instanced zones with persistent outposts where players could shit-talk for hours on end. Those were the days.
I moved onto Guild Wars 2, which didn’t quite hold my interest like the original, and the likes of FFXIV, ESO, and yet more free-to-play MMOs you’ve never heard of. Any true MMORPG fan can see that the genre is currently going through an identity crisis. I’m not sure younger players have the same complaints, but modern MMOs play more like online RPG games and tend to skip the massive and multiplayer aspects.
WoW Classic reminded me exactly why I fell in love with the genre
When the global pandemic consigned in-person social interaction to the annals of history, I needed a decent MMORPG to get through lockdown. WoW Classic was ready and waiting for me – so I finally gave in.
And boy, am I glad I did. I want to be clear: WoW Classic reminded me exactly why I fell in love with the genre in the first place. It’s hard, so you really have to be careful if you venture out alone, and the result is that players actually want to group up – imagine such a thing! I had some lovely encounters with random players in my first few days, and for the most part everyone I spoke to was friendly and helpful.
Classic WoW also refrains from handing everything to you on a silver platter. Quest objectives are relatively simple, but finding the mob, item, or NPC you need isn’t. You have to actually read the quest text and then try and find the objective using your eyes – stop me if I’m beginning to sound like a curmudgeon.
I needed a decent MMORPG to get through lockdown, and WoW Classic was ready and waiting
There are no arrows, sparkling trails, or highlighted markers on your map (unless you use a WoW Classic addon like Questie). It’s a lot of busywork, but that’s what I want. I want to be challenged, and immersed, and to feel like I’m in a living, breathing world.
There’s also no fast travel. If you want to get from A to B, you have to run, ride a mount, pay for a griffin and wait for it to fly to its destination, use the Deeprun Tram, or take a boat. Again, you have to actually wait for these to arrive, get on them, and then hop off at your destination. Rather than feeling inconvenient, this adds to the immersion. Glorified loading screen to some, crucial worldbuilding for me.
Most importantly the community is awesome. I’m sure it has its toxic elements, but by and large everyone I meet is friendly, and players routinely go out of their way to help. I joined a guild quite early on, and had no trouble finding allies for quests and dungeons. I rarely had to ask as players regularly call out for help in the chat.
WoW Classic isn’t the easiest MMO to get into, but you’re not the only player climbing to the summit, and the community is on hand to help out whenever you need it. While it’s crucial to ensure the genre isn’t so daunting as to deter new players, surely we can find a compromise that accommodates the value of challenge and patience.
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