In Azeroth's realm, where legends dwell,
World of Warcraft, where stories swell.
Orcs and Elves in factions rife,
In this grand, unending strife.
Through the Dark Portal, adventurers stride,
In lands where ancient gods abide.
From frozen wastes to jungles deep,
Guarding secrets, they boldly keep.
Heroes clash in battles grand,
For honor in this mystical land.
Raiding dungeons, dark and deep,
Ancient treasures they seek to reap.
In taverns, they share their mighty lore,
Of raids and quests, of mythic war.
In World of Warcraft, comrades find,
A universe vast, unconfined.
So raise your glass, to lands afar,
In Azeroth, where heroes are.
The Angry Troll
World of Warcraft? More like Chorecraft. It’s like a never-ending job where your boss is a loot-hungry dragon. Blizzard's been milking this cash cow so long, I'm surprised it's not an in-game mount. The graphics are so dated, when you log in, you feel like you’ve time-traveled back to 2004 and accidently landed in looney tune land. The community? A wonderful mix of elitists, no-lifers, and that one guy who never learned how to turn off CAPS LOCK. For a world with 'war' in the title, there's a lot of dancing in town squares and fishing. Every expansion promises change, yet here we are, still grinding like it's a medieval punishment. Want an adventure that never ends? Try finding a balanced PvP match. Remember when epic gear was, well, epic? Now, it's handed out like candy at a parade. Honestly, the biggest boss in WoW is enduring its monotony.