Although Mid90's was written and directed by Jonah Hill, he did not act in any part of this movie. Instead, he chose to showcase his talent with others in the forefront. This film is artistic and uncomfortable; sometimes on purpose,
a Rafflecopter giveaway This story takes place in Cataclysm, World of Warcraft's third expansion. At this point, I had been a nomad of sorts ever since my former guilds had disbanded. My story was not too uncommon either. Many players found that Cataclysm had it's share of problems and found the game to no longer be enjoyable. Whether it came out too soon, made the game far too easy with Looking for Raid where players no longer had to work hard to get into a raid, rather they simply joined a queue and was thrown into the raid with various other players. This and various other changes had altered the game in a way that made it undesirable for those of us who knew how WoW used to be. Nevertheless, I played on. With my original character who was a Holy Paladin I leveled to max and desperately searched for a new guild, filled with active players who'd fill the community void I had for so long. In my search I actually came across an old high school buddy of mine who also played by the name of Paperwaster. At the time he was going through a rough break up and through the bond that is gaming, we grew closer.
a Rafflecopter giveaway Months had passed since months had passed since having my guild mates kill my friends. Since that time, not a single one of them had dared to touch me. Unfortunately, there had been a guild dispute which ended ugly, leaving the entire guild disbanded. [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="165"] Me searching for a guild[/caption] At the time I was devastated, the only guild I knew had broken up leaving me alone and defenseless in the wilds. Before my friends knew of my plight, I began searching for a new guild to join. Being a Holy Paladin, I was widely sought after. One for being a healer and two for being a paladin which were still somewhat uncommon on the Horde.