Although I am allegedly an adult now, I have to be honest: I love video games. I have been playing them since my parents bought our first computer when I was 5 (a QL Sinclair, no less, for those who remember it), and got my first Nintendo Entertainment System a year later, and a Sega Genesis a few years after that. I even vaguely recall playing the Atari 2600 when I was really small. I grew up on Super Mario Brothers, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Civilization. In high school, I played MUDs (Multi-User Dungeons), the textual predecessor to today's Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPGs).
World of Warcraft is a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG), and is one of the most popular titles by the Blizzard Entertainment franchise. It also happens to be one of the major causes of Internet addiction in the USA. As hunters in the game travel through Azeroth and Outland, their pets are their companions and aid them in a variety of ways. Rare pets are a great way to attract a mob towards you and get them within range, so that you can use your ranged attack on them.
Given my lifelong enjoyment of games, I always thought of myself as a bit of a "gamer." Sure, there are people more into gaming than me, but I have years of experience. Sometimes I even wondered if I were wasting too much of my time playing games wow gold. I could be doing other things, after all: reading, studying, working, taking walks in the park. Staring at a computer screen moving a fake character around killing fake creatures with a fake weapon probably isn't the most productive way to spend my time.