I would first off like to thank Amerence, from Amerence loves WoW for setting up this thanksgiving event,
Even if I a tweet asking her for an extension last night was sent.
I guess I’ll try to go in chronological order of my thanks,
Spanning from Canadians, to Europeans, and yes even to those yanks.
My story first begins with Samueltempus who leads my guild,
His writing style on his (now retired blog) Slice N’ Dice is like a bottle of wine, cool and chilled.
I was accepted into the guild Bucklers of Swash,
When I told them I was Iharrypotter, they all cried hogwash!
The real work began to take me from a priest with a bizarre half-shadow, half-holy spec,
And gear me up, right down to my best in slot neck.
Once I found out my guild leader had a webpage,
I asked him for advice, all wise and sage.
I met the community and found a neat little place,
Anea was the owner of this quaint little space.
I started my blog because I was moved by Anea’s words on Oh look, an Alt,
Which is funny because all bloggers say to take their words with a grain of salt.
Anea also introduced me to Twitter,
Where all my time away I do flitter.
Next came totem tossing, my successful failure,
This is where Windsoar comes in to be my saviour.
From Jaded Alt she came to tell me to do away with Totem Toss,
She told me it wasn’t my fault, it was the blogs loss.
Bag Overflow I began, a blog a new,
Back when healing pugs is what Vidyala used to do.
Her pugging pally project gave me an whizzing idea,
And that aint no onomatopoeia.
With her blog focused on something that isn’t a bore,
The idea she gave me was for a set of focused post: reputation whore.
The idea didn’t quite pan out,
But the next idea I had was sure-fire, no doubt!
I looked to Anna from Too Many Anna’s
Why hadn’t I thought of it before, surely I was bananas!
I began to write fanfiction, about my characters life,
That’s when I discovered Orcish army knife!
It was Rades and his lore affinity,
That got me over my fear, and I lost my lore post virginity.
Because it’s so nice, Im going to say it twice, Orcish Army Knife!
Has shown me alliance and horde bloggers need not have strife!
Another blog(cast) that promotes unity would be The Twisted Nether,
With Hydra and Fimlys it couldn’t be better!
Listening to these guys on the long bus ride home,
Really makes me thankful for everything warcraft, yes even including the gnome.
We are forever in debt to the dwarves because of brewfest,
But everyone knows Draenei wear it best!
I’m thankful for the Worgen who brought bad-assery to the alliance,
I’m thankful to the forsaken who stood up to the lich king in defiance.
I’m grateful to the orc’s even if their leader has a fat head,
And I already said about Sylvannas and the undead.
The tauren to who introduced me to the shaman class
And to the blood elves whose humility no one can surpass.
Im thankful for the night elves and their flipping jump,
And to the goblins in their post-recession economic slump.
I’m thankful for the humans and their stalwart Varian Wrynn,
Even in an oddway I’m grateful for Deathwing and his giant chin.
I’m in debt trolls for giving me so many valor points,
I’m even thankful for rogues who stab right at the joints.
I love paladins for always taking the nerf bat,
I love it when the druids go kitty cat.
I’m glad the hunter class took every bad player,
I’m kidding, I jest, it’s really the Death knight class that’s fail town’s mayor.
I’m thankful for the priest class that’s there when from Anslym I need a rest.
I’m even kind of thankful for the mages that think they’re the best.
I’m glad for all the warriors who take hits to the face,
I even like the warlocks who always on recount come in first place.
I love the shaman class that I’ve come to play,
But more importantly I have one last thing to say.
I’m forever in debt to Blizzard, the creators of this game,
And on a note that is almost the same.
I am proud to be a member of the Wow blogging community,
Who gave me this great writing opportunity!
And lastly I’m going to tell you something you already knew,
I am immensely thankful for the readers.
P.S that’s you!
P.S.S you didn’t think I was going to rhyme the last line didn’t you?