World of Warcraft turns seven this Wednesday, November 23. Of all the games to play for hours on end ahead of the ensuing family time during Thanksgiving, it might as well be this.
Speaking of familial obligations, Blizzard is kicking off the celebration a few days in advance. By logging into WoW between November 20 and December 3, you'll get a feat of strength added to your list of achievements and a Celebration Package item.
This shoots off fireworks, gives your character a tabard, and results in a seven percent bonus to experience and reputation while active. Seven years. Has it really been that long?
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