The most fun and addicting game in the world, developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The storyline takes place after Warcraft III the Frozen Throne. In the game, you can choose to be the Alliance or Horde with different races, such as Human, Dwarf, Gnome, Night Elf, Dranei for Alliance, and Orc, Undead, Tauren, Troll, and Blood Elf for Horde. There are also classes available to each of the races. They are Druid, Mage, Hunter, Paladin, Priest, Rogue, Shaman, Warlock, and Warrior, and each of them can have different abilities. It is an extremely complex game involving many items, abilities, creatures, bosses, instances, raids, etc...
Unlike in Warcraft III, the Alliance and Horde hate each other on principle. The most rare weapons are extremely hard to obtain, as most of them have a very low chance of drop from a really difficult boss. High level raids may also take weeks to complete, depending on the difficulty.
The stereotypical WoW player is a loser that sits at home all day with no life except for WoW. There may be players like that, but many WoW players that I know are just normal everyday people that play just for fun.
Dark_Phoenix: Hey guys, i gots Thunderfury after like 50,000 hours of work!
Normal Person: Great job. Meanwhile, I got into Harvard, got a hell of a nice job and car, married my girlfriend, and I'm on the road to success, and you played world of warcraft?
Chadwick_JuniorXX: Aw...I got killed by C'thun for the 50th time!
AngelRender368: Rogues are so !@#$% cheap! Im never doing PVP battles ever again!
UglyFugly403: Hell yeah, my Warlock is now level 60! The same age as me! BALLIN!!