Goodbye to an Old Friend #ThankyouWoWInsider
I actually mean that. If it wasn’t for WoW insider, I don’t think I would be part of the twitter community. I started on twitter as a way to keep track of new posts and to gain insight from the writers as many times they would answer questions on twitter as well. What I found once I started exploring was a rich and vibrant community. A group of people that are supportive and all share a great love for this game that Blizzard has made for us. I’ve become friends with many of these people and even managed to find the guild I am now part of because of it.
But that isn’t all that WoW insider has been to me. If it wasn’t for WoW insider I don’t know that I ever would have started blogging at all. By showing me these blogs with all these amazing writers with such passion for their subjects, it made me want to share my thoughts as well. WoW Insider has even affected the way that I play WoW. My main is a shaman and has been almost since I started. Until I started reading the shaman posts on WoW Insider, I would only heal for friends and then only on old content. I didn’t have the knowledge or toolset to really consider healing otherwise, but seeing @LodurZJ and the other shaman writers have such a passion for healing as a shaman led me to dig deeper in the information and eventually try it myself. I still don’t main spec heal, but I no longer have the trepidation about healing when needed.
I’m sorry to see what is happening to the site and all the outstanding writers and I hope all of you find a way to land on your feet. I look forward to reading/seeing your work in whatever fashion it may come in. May your passion continue to shine through, and through all of us may WoW Insider and the community it created live on forever.