Hilarious Podcast: Old Guy Tries To Understand ‘World of Warcraft’

David Warlick is a middle-aged teacher who produces his own podcast. In the most recent, he interviews his college-aged son as the young man plays World of Warcraft.

The interview is alternately hilarious and cringe-inducing. Mr. Warlick treats his son like an anthropological informant, and WoW like some strange ritual from an alien planet. To the man’s credit, he works very hard to understand what’s going on, and asks insightful questions.

If you’re a WoW veteran, you’ll probably find this painful. But if you’re a n00b — or even better, a concerned parent — who knows, this might be the best introduction you’ll get.



  1. No, unfortunately.There was never an ofiflne Version so to speak, as this would wipe every Non player character, respawning item and lootable object.The whole game is run off of a huge database, all stored in blizzards harddrive. You get acess to all of that info through the internet. In order to be Offline And still have all of the Npcs, Respawning objects and Lootable objects would mean you would have to have what I’m guessing would be around 400++ GigaBytes of memeory on all of the respawn times and npcs and classes and all of the other millions of things on that game. That would be extremely hard and EXTREMELY time consuming to download.Sorry bud, no.

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