|Kanter, Cloud Serpent Rider|
As I have said a few times before, I starting blogging at a time when I was looking to come back to playing an MMO. I knew I couldn't play often and I had been away for a while and I thought rather than going back to WoW, there had to be a better game for me to play.
However, what I found was that WoW was the best game for me to play. I have limited time and World of Warcraft is easy to play in short periods of time. I don't have to learn a new system or new lore when I play WoW. I have friends who know me and are happy to help me. I can play with my daughter and as long as I limit interaction with others in the game (which I can pretty easily do) I feel safe that there won't be anything too offensive. I know that while the game won't be the prettiest, it will shine through Blizzard's thorough polish.
I have a huge number of things I can do with my short play times and I can do most of them by myself if I want to. I can see new places and learn new lore. I can build my reputation with others and gather more toys. I can control a set of crafters who can provide tools to and help each other in ways that makes the game more enjoyable to me.
World of Warcraft is best game for me both because of who I am and because of what is in the game.
I respect people like the Godmother who is an unabashed World of Warcraft enthusiast. I also respect Wolfshead who thinks World of Warcraft has lead MMOs in the wrong direction. However, I join Liore as a Wow Apologist: "I, too, play World of Warcraft and I'm not Sorry!"