I Levelled Up: Ding! Now I need this World of Warcraft Level Up Button!

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Greetings, Peasants, Minions and Peons! I almost can't believe this, but after months of threats and bribery, I've just got my 1000th Facebook follower!

(Go and join my page - it's probably back down to 998 now 😉 )

And, as if they were watching in admiration, ThinkGeek have just launched this licensed World of Warcraft Level Up Button:

World of Warcraft Level Up Button: 'Ding'! I might need this!

World of Warcraft Level Up Button: 'Ding'! I might need this!
Buy me one to celebrate! Or yourself. Whatever 😉



 

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9 Responses to I Levelled Up: Ding! Now I need this World of Warcraft Level Up Button!

  1. So happy for you. Congrats party hard.
    Haven’t reached to that milestone yet long way to go for me.

  2. Congrats on your 1000th follower! Thats huge! How are you going to celebrate?!

  3. That is so cool! I’m working out to lose weight/get fit, and I’ve lost two pounds so far. I feel like I need one of these to “Ding!” every time I lose a pound!

  4. It’s up to 1003 now!!! Whoot whoot! 😉

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  6. The sidequests and main missions are generally enough to get you up to the level you need to be. If you really want to level up as fast as possible, just complete side missions and main missions in each area sequentially.

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