After Asmongold reached its highest level the WoW Classic server hosted the celebration from smrtsmith's blog

Professional Twitch Streamer Asmongold has been doing his element for hours and hours of imagining World of Warcraft classics with the fearless old school of Warcraft, even defending the sport when Dr. Disrespect slams it. This dedication wouldn't make him the primary player to succeed in the 60th highest level cap  (even if this may be the best, as the player who did take this coat has carpal tunnel syndrome) But won the hearts of the many viewers and WoW Classic Gold servers throughout the experience.

When Asmongold triumphantly returned to the top level of Stormwind, the band's iconic song "We Are The Champions" was played in the history, and hubby found that so that you can celebrate his highest level, a sizable group of players gathered to participate in in the home parade. There is no doubt that the overall game feats need a lot of dedication, and once Asmongold rides on each side of the excited player, he becomes emotional and to stop to appreciate the second.

Even when approaching the crowd for that first time, Asmongold's face showed a purely happy look. After sighing "sage, man," this moment reveals what this moment way to him. When the player puts fireworks, it rains, and GameMS give a warm encouragement language, he tells "there are boys there" and has a drink of these drink.

The parade in the experience (which you'll want to see here) is simply one example from the community awareness that WoW Classic has produced among its players. In the early life of the experience, Severs was over-enriched. After a long wait of hours simply to play the action, the members politely formed a literal queue to wait for the task and eliminating the mobs. And get rare loot.

In these respects, Activision Blizzard's MMORPG happens to be a good force, just like the challenging game catalog manufactured by From Software and possesses recently won praise from teaching players for better handling of real-world stress.

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