World of warcraft the blue dragon

World of warcraft the blue dragon
World of warcraft the blue dragon
World of Warcraft: The Big Blue Dragon Sunday, 06 September 2009 13:49 Author: CJ Howell What’s the hottest multiplayer game on the internet right now? World of Warcraft has kids and adults alike glued to their computer chairs for hours on end, battling Hoards and Alliance members from all over the world. If you are not a World of Warcraft fan and share your computer with those that are big fans, plan on spending alot of time saying “I need the computer now” and repeat it every hour or so. My kids became members of the game about 2 months ago, and I tell you, I can never get time on the computer anymore, unless I can get up at the crack of dawn and log on before they come staggering out of bed, groggy from the long night of craft playing the night before. Then, God forbid you log off for a few moments to put a load of clothes in the dryer. they are quick, these kids. they will be logged in and heading for the ememy’s territory before you can get the dryer sheet in! I’m not entirely against the game however. I do my share of watching. It’s interesting game play, the graphics are superb, and there is always something new and exciting to grab your attention. I’m afraid to sign up myself else I wont get anything else done for sure! The other day, my oldest son was riding along on his mount that looked alot like the ghost of a dead horse when he came accross this open meadow. As he paused for the “cause” I sat and played hallway monitor to his character so no one would come up and slash him to the etherworld while he was AFK (away from keyboard), not that I would know what to do besides scream “The British are comming!” As he was comming down the steps to resume control of the keyboard I failed to notice what his scream of “Oh My God!” was directed to. There on the screen, taking up a good part of the visual space was a HUGE blue dragon (aka Emeriss, the Twilight Dragon). I never saw my son move so fast! Nearly pushing me onto the floor, he slid quickly into the chair and clicked on the monster that was now turning toward his character. Another round of “Oh My God” followed by his quick retreat revealed that this dragon was an enemy that he obviously was not ready to fight. Something like several hundred thousand hit points to take him out I think he said. After putting some distance between the dragon and his character, he Text Messaged the members of his guild about getting together to go kill this dragon. He was informed by the guild members that attempts have been made by 10 level 80 characters (I guess that’s a good level) to no avail. The dragon still roams the meadow waiting for someone or someone(s) to come and take him down.
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