i like how you reused the same picture three times… that way you dont have to draw much
I love that. I often think about that same concept as I adventure through the World (of Warcraft).
@ Gutripper – Don’t be a hater! The serenity, and stillness of the moment are captured by those panels, imo
Great comic! I’ve been evangelizing NPC to all my WoW friends!
The real world definitely has its moments, but when winter rolls around here in Minnesota I love to leave my toon sitting on the dock in Auberdine and watch the waves while I clean the house or read a book. It’s always summer someplace in Azeroth.
Eh, great outdoors is a pretty zone, but the drops are horrible and the bears are WAY overpowered.
@ Berick Cook – d-mn.. your right.. haha
Beautiful .. It’s make you feel better . In this time everyone run after his career.
But we need like this spaces to let us think and think.
I’m laughing at the last panel and applauding the sentiment of the rest of the strip.
I have to say, I enjoy the great outdoors much more than WoW. As much as I enjoy playing WoW, I definitely enjoy getting out and going for a run on a beautiful day a lot more.
@Berick Cook And you can’t even adjust your gamma when it’s nightime!! How are you supposed to escape those OVERPOWERED beasts??
RealWorl(tm) is so buggy sometimes…
have’t play wow for 3 weak due ma holliday… i am was really happy to set back and turn on the pc again ^^ samekind of feeling when i got on the airplay to start to trip…
Living in Colorado, we get all sorts of beautiful views – especially in Boulder, which is nestled across the foothills. And yet, I’m still logged into Steam most nights. ;-P
Jessica! i live in Denver! i stare at those snow-capped mountains all winter just wishing i could go there instead of work xD same feeling i get when i am in naxx and wish i was back at IF airfield… when the raid goes bad…
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