…with the new patch, and all the new things coming, what are three things that you will absolutely not leave behind? Consider these three objects your virtual backpack- the twist is, a tiny story to go along with each item.
I have A LOT of things, lol. If I don’t get bigger bags soon or more storage space, I won’t be able to add anything new anyways. The three must-haves listed below all represent a different aspect of WoW that I enjoy.
I kind of touched on why this sword is important to me here, even to this day. It’s a reminder to me of the one aspect of WoW that I love the most: raiding. This sword is what fueled my passion to learn how to raid and become a good raider.
The flag also represents another aspect of WoW that I’ve been enjoying recently, PvP. For the longest time, I couldn’t figure out how to use this TCG item. I would kill countless mobs, trying to stick this flag into their bodies to no avail. Then I figured out that this could only be used in a PvP setting. So I started to do a little PvPing back in early Wrath just to use this flag. And I was having a good time using it, lol. I took a break from PvPing for most of Cataclysm, but I picked it up again after D3 came out and most of my guildies were burned out from Dragon Soul.
The third and last thing I would take with me would be the D.I.S.C.O. This represents the third aspect of WoW that I enjoy: having fun. I like the TCG items that others can interact with. This fun toy can be helpful in breaking up the monotony in between pulls and/or wipes in raids, waiting to cap the flag in a BG, or just having a party with everyone’s favorite faction leader, like in the pic above, lol. =)