World of Warcraft from a Paladin's Perspective
If there's a joke in that, I absolutely don't get it :(
I'm guessing Dora the explorer !From the cartoon of the same name.LOLI never thought of it.Prolly because I'm french and we call her "Dora l'exploratrice" which is feminine and doesn't fit as well.
The majority of them changed their names to "Dora" via Blizzard's customization when the achievements were revealed. I personally know three of them.Sadly. =P
If there was a 'the builder' achievement for taking part in building the Argent Crusade colluseum, I would change my nam to Bob in a flash.
When I saw this achievement, I thought of rolling a new toon, and naming her Dora, just so I could be Dora the Explorer.
I had a friend that did a paid name change to dora just for the title.
And it's not just Dora, because that's usually taken. You'll tend to see a lot of toons with Dora in their name. I have to wonder how many of them paid to do that, and how many just happened to have those names. Or how many people returned to playing old characters named Dora just for that achievement.
I'm am disappointed by the lack of top-level fishermen with a suitably humourous name.
Hahah, my boyfriend made a druid alt with that name just because of that title =X
A guildie named his DK Boyardee in preparation for the Chef title. /facepalm
We've got a Zora the Explorer in our guild. Pro name.
I'm surprised Dora was still available on so many servers for people to change their name to. It seems that nearly every pronounceable combination of consonants and vowels has been taken on most servers, not even considering actual names like Dora.
My Paladin is "Doralen", often called "Dora" in chat.And honestly... I'm seriously considering a name change AWAY from "Doralen the Explorer".Amusingly enough, though, we had a Shaman on our server named "Doraexplorer" for a long time... wonder how he felt about the new titles? :)