Monday, December 17, 2007
Why not surprise your loved ones this year with some WoW themed gifts? I did a little research on Amazon, and there's quite a few cool stuff you could buy real cheap.
The obvious first - for someone who didn't start with World of Warcraft yet, this Battlechest is quite a money saver. Although less useful, WoW Collectors Edition is a classic. They already have both WoW and TBC? No worries - 60 day prepaid gamecard will do fine.
For those who will spend these holidays unplugged, WoW board game can easily entertain you and your friends. If you're planning to spend a lot of time outside, make sure you're dressed properly! Get the +20 frost resistance zip-up hoodie, or at least this stylish +15 frost resistance beanie.
If you're staying home this year, why not decorate your walls with this 2008 WoW wall calendar. Or if you're looking for something to read, you can check out this Master's guide: it has maps, profession info, stats, quests, strategies... An interesting read in maintenance downtimes. Or would you rather read some WoW comics? If you're not happy with my gold making tips, you could always try this unofficial gold making guide.
I have to mention the Outland map mouse pad! It would fit nicely with my mouse (which is bad btw).
My fellow blogger over at Camp Taurajo might wanna get the Camp Taurajo shirt. Perhaps that will get him to write more often.
Illidan's You were prepared shirt is /lol, but if you wanna be prepared for the next expansion, get the Wrath of the Lich King shirt.
There's also a bunch of class shirts available: warlock, rogue, mage, shaman, warrior, priest, druid, paladin, and last but not least hunter.
Or if you're not particularly proud of your class (loladins lol), get the Alliance crest or Horde crest shirts. Show them what you're made of!
> WoW Christmas gifts