If you don't know what World of Warcraft (aka WoW) is, well I guess you at least have heard about it and chances are that you might also know at least one person who either plays it (or have played it).
At it's peak (second half of 2010) 12 million people from all over the world played WoW. Over the last few years that number has dropped to just below 7 million.
I hate to admit it but even as one of those who has been playing since the beginning of time (back in 2005) my enthusiasm has been on a downslope over the last year - at this point in time (August 2014) I haven't been playing for a month (did try the beta of WoD (Warlords of Draenor - the next expansion pack) - but lost interest after the first reset). I am however confident that when WoD is released 13 November 2014 I'll be sucked right back in - I guess I'll take a week of vacation like I normally do when an expansion is released.
(my main is easyliving Death Knight DPS - Duostrike on Twilight's Hammer)
Using addons? My guess is that we all do. Installing and having Curse Client keep track of updates makes life with addons easy as cake.
Finding it hard to optimize your character - are your DPS sh*t or your "healing" wiping the raid. Check out noxxic or the hardcore site icy-veins.
Want to know what's happening in WoW, check mmo-chapion - a regular cornucopia of anything WoW - highly recommended.
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